We live in a capitalist society and as such, the blatant pursuit of money is not only tolerated, it is actively encouraged, as being “good business practice.” We as consumers have to contend with contradictory messages concerning the types of goods that we should be looking for, we are encouraged to get the products which offer “value for money” (an awkward term given how subjective it is).
At the same time, we are also forced into this preening competition whereby we must exhibit our wealth in the most conspicuous manner possible in order to win the envy and admiration of our rivals and peers.
More often than not, we end up paying way over the odds, for a product that we need or want simply because we want the attractive packaging and to be able to genuinely claim: I bought this particular product. Never, ever underestimate the power of suggestion, especially in the marketing industry.
Thankfully, if you are actually looking for cheap contact lens then you need look no further than the internet which has a wealth of information readily available for your perusal. Because the companies are able to promote and sell their products without having to pay horrendous overheads, this means that they can reduce their prices and yet still turn a profit.
This means that those cheap contact lens that you see available on the internet are much cheaper than their high store counterpart, simply because they are being sold on the internet.
If you want to drive down the final sales price even further then you may want to take advantage of the various rebate schemes that some of the major contact lenses companies have on offer, whereby you can get a refund on your purchases.