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    Default Free Trial Pair of Acuvue Contacts at www Try Acuvue Com

    I saw a website that said you can get a free trial pair of Acuvue contact lenses. Go to www.acuvue.com. That URL will take you directly to the form to fill out to get your free trials. I still have a few questions, though.

    How do you know what size to get? Do you have to have a prescription and then try and decode it when you fill out the form? Can you get any type of Acuvue lens you want (Advance, Acuvue 2, etc.)?
    Last edited by Juniorgerbil; 09-08-2009 at 04:22 PM.

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    is this a hoax..because i hate getting my hopes up and then it's a fluke.

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    Default Free Trial Pair of Acuvue Contacts at www Try Acuvue Com

    Quote Originally Posted by ebonyeyez View Post
    is this a hoax..because i hate getting my hopes up and then it's a fluke.
    How do you know it's a hoax?

    I had to search a little bit, but I finally did the obvious and went to www.acuvue.com, and on that page there's a blue banner down the left side and it will tell you where to click to fill out the form and get your certificate. You take the certificate to your eye doctor and he or she will fit you for your free trial pair of Acuvue contacts.

    Let me know if you decide to try it.

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    It is not a hoax, in fact nearly any contact lens brand offers a "certificate" you fill out at their web site and will e mail you a certificate to take to your eye professional. It also states that you do not need the certificate at all but to take it as a "reminder" to ask for their brand. I printed up the acuvue one and went to my eye doctor and after the exam went for a contact lens fitting for my first contact lenses. The optician did prescribe the acuvue oasis to try and also the acuvue 1-day disposable after determining that 1 days would be a better option for me. Finally I ended up with another brand entirely but the eye care professionals will give you a trial pair of lenses to try before writing a prescription for them, they want the patient to be satisfied and be sure the lens works with the patients unique needs/eye measurements.

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    Default Trial Pair of Acuvue contacts.

    Quote Originally Posted by petlover1 View Post
    It is not a hoax, in fact nearly any contact lens brand offers a "certificate" you fill out at their web site and will e mail you a certificate to take to your eye professional. It also states that you do not need the certificate at all but to take it as a "reminder" to ask for their brand. I printed up the acuvue one and went to my eye doctor and after the exam went for a contact lens fitting for my first contact lenses. The optician did prescribe the acuvue oasis to try and also the acuvue 1-day disposable after determining that 1 days would be a better option for me. Finally I ended up with another brand entirely but the eye care professionals will give you a trial pair of lenses to try before writing a prescription for them, they want the patient to be satisfied and be sure the lens works with the patients unique needs/eye measurements.
    Thank you for sharing your experience, petlover1. I'm sure it will help a lot of people. Are you a satisfied Acuvue customer?

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    Thank you everyone for your response, and my apologies to ebonyeyez for not recognizing that their post was a question (Is this a hoax?) rather than a statements (This is a hoax).

    In my own defense, there was no question mark in ebonyeyez's posting. It seems that many forum postings in general are sadly lacking in punctuation.

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