How much do contacts cost? What You Can Expect to Pay

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Disposable contact lenses cost approximately $200 to $1,000 per year or $15 to $85 per month for regular wearers, if you’re buying for both eyes

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This range is so extensive because it includes many types of contact lenses for various sorts of vision correction.

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Unlike buying glasses, which provides you with a single piece of eyeglasses for the long term, committing to contact lenses requires you to spend money on them on a regular basis over time.

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When you buy boxes without keeping track of the costs, it can be difficult to determine how much contact lenses cost you per month.

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Are contacts costly?  The cost of contact lenses varies depending on your prescription and visual requirements.

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It is up to you whether you think the results are expensive, but given the many benefits of contact lenses, most wearers think they are well worth it.

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Daily Contacts – $50 to $75 per month – $600 to $900 per year

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Biweekly Contacts – $20 to $35 per month – $270 to $360 per year

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Monthly Contacts – $15 to $25 per month – $180 to $300 per year

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Contacts for Astigmatism – $30 to $120 per month – $300 to $800 per year

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Contacts for Astigmatism – $30 to $120 per month – $300 to $800 per year

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