Walgreens.com promotional codes for contact lenses from Chairman Meow. Use a coupon for up to an extra 25% discount on your order of top brands like Acuvue, DAILIES, and Air Optix. Also check their rebate page for extra discounts. All contacts, including reorders, also get free shipping this month!
You probably know that Walgreens has a wide selection of popular contact lenses from top brands at some of the lowest prices online, but did you know that they also have coupons available for up to a 30-40% total discount? All orders of contacts, including reorders, also ship free, with no minimum purchase.
They have an extensive selection of contact lenses from all of the top brands including Acuvue, Biofinity, Air Optix, and more. Whether you need to order contacts for the first time, reorder contact lenses, or purchase solutions, drops, lens cases, you’ll find everything you need at Walgreens.com. Click above for today’s best promotions.
Where do I enter a promo code when buying contacts?
Everything about purchasing contact lenses online from Walgreens is a snap. Maybe that’s because they assume the screen is a little blurry for you, or maybe they are just good at simplifying the process?
In any event, just add any contact lenses to your cart, and then click “checkout” at the top right. You’ll get a screen like this:
Just enter the code under where it says, “have a special promotion or coupon code?” and click “apply code.” You’ll get a detailed description of the discount that you are eligible for, or a message indicating that your code was invalid
Walgreens Has Rebates for Contact Lenses
When a rebate is available towards any of the contacts that Walgreens sells, they post it on their rebates page here. It’s worth taking a few seconds to check the page, as you can save 30-40%!
Great Teacher Chairman Meow, How Do Contacts Work?
With conditions like myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness) the eye doesn’t focus light directly to the retina, which causes your vision to be blurry. Contact lenses are thin transparent discs that sit on the cornea of the eye that help your eyes focus light properly to improve and sharpen your vision.
Contacts can vary in “modality (how often you change them: daily, weekly, etc) or for needs like astigmatism. People with astigmatism require a special, “toric” lens that is shaped like a slice of a doughnut to create different focusing power. More about contacts here.
Can I use these coupon codes at Walgreens In-Store Vision / Eye Care Centers?
Sorry, these coupons are not not printable, and are for online use only. The good news is that they offer fast free shipping to your door.
Need Acuvue or Air Optix Lenses? Search for contacts on Walgreens.com by brand or lens type
Grab a coupon for contacts and then quickly search for lenses by type including: Color Lenses, Daily Disposables, Monthly Disposables, Multifocal Lenses, Toric Lenses, Vial Lenses, Weekly Disposables. Or, choose from brands including: Acuvue Oasis, Air Optix, Biofinity, Biomedics, Focus/Dailies, Frequency, FreshLook, Proclear, PureVision, SofLens, and Vertex. If you come across any deals that we don’t have posted, please contact us!
So, how much does match.com really cost? It’s America’s most popular dating site, but they don’t make their rates and fees obvious. In summary, the longer subscriptions are cheaper per month, with the 6-month subscription being the best deal. Also, new members can use a promo code to bring the price down further, or try 7 days free.
We researched the cost match.com subscription pricing in detail, and here’s what we learned:
Match.com Cost: Subscription Prices:
Do you like cats?
Here are the costs for match.com subscriptions for the Bundle plan (recommended) when you apply the 25% off promo code. As you can see, the price per month decreases with longer subscriptions:
*Important: The lower price is locked in for the length of time that you initially commit to, and then the price is renewed at the higher (crossed out) rate.
So, for example, if you buy 6 months up front, you get the discounted monthly rate until the promotional period ends, at which time you’ll be billed the higher monthly price to renew.
Match.com Costs: Signup vs. Renewal Prices
Here are the promotional prices (at signup) and renewal prices for the match.com bundle:
$80.97 (3-month renewal)
$137.94 (6-month renewal)
$239.88 (12-month renewal)
*I update these prices often, but they might fluctuate slightly. You actually have to sign-in and click “subscribe” to view today’s discount pricing info on match.com
Here’s what it looks like at checkout when you sign up for a package:
He said, “package!”
If you aren’t loving match.com, cancel before your promotional period ends, or you’ll be billed automatically for renewal when it does! See our tip below about turning off “auto-renewal.”
There are 2 subscription options: BUNDLE or BASIC:
Before joining match.com, you’ll want to understand the difference between the two subscription levels. By default you’ll be presented with match.com’s “Bundle” plan which has a few more features.
BUNDLE Plan: You’ll get: “Email read” notifications, “First Impressions” feature, and a better, “highlighted profile”
BASIC Plan: You can save about 10%, but it’s probably not worth it for what you give up.
Both “Bundle” and “Basic” plans include core features like the ability to search for matches and to contact other singles. Most people choose to spend the extra $2 or so per month to get the more robust Bundle plan which includes premium features like Email Read Alerts, First Impressions, and Highlighted Profile.
Tips on pricing & billing:
It’s best to do your homework before signing up for match.com. Here are some tips:
Initial cost: You are billed a one-time amount upfront for whatever length you commit to at the lower, promotional price.
Monthly billing: When the promotional period ends, you are billed automatically for the same period of time (3, 6, or 12 months) at a slightly higher cost.
Tip: Turn off “auto-renewal” – To avoid unexpected costs after the promotional pricing ends, I recommend turning off auto-renewal after you signup. If you want to continue your subscription, you can turn it back on later.
Free Trial: If you aren’t familiar with match.com, I recommend taking advantage of their free trial before joining. During your trial period, can click the “subscribe” button at any time to join. Just be sure to cancel before the 3-7 day trial ends if you don’t want to be billed.
Cancellation: Not sold on 100% on match.com? Be sure to cancel 2 days before your subscription ends to avoid being billed for the next month
If you select the BASIC plans to save a buck, match.com will present you with a number of ways to spend more money at checkout. Here are the prices for the optional add-ons:
Maybe I’m just cheap, but I always skip the premium add-ons. Take a look for yourself to decide if you want any of these options:
Anyone can reply to your emails for free: $7.49/month
Private mode: $7.49/month
Email read alerts: $2.24/month
Highlighted profile: $1.65/month
First impressions: $1.65/month
match Phone: $2.50/month
The Bundle plan includes Email Read Alerts, First Impressions, and Highlighted Profile, so if you are considering paying for any of these, just buy the Bundle Plan, and it will be cheaper!
The 6-month subscription is the best deal
So, you probably realized that the “Basic” plan is a joke, but so is the 1-month plan. Really, it takes most people a couple of weeks just to get established on Match.com, so who really wants to pay double (monthly cost) to only join for only a month?
The 6-month subscription seems to hit the sweet spot of the best length, and best price. If you opt for longer, you’re not saving much more (per month), and you’re committing to an awfully long time.
What if you meet your soulmate after a couple months? There’s no need to commit to a 12-month membership in my opinion, unless you are committed to not settling down any time soon!
Also, the the 6-month subscription comes with the match.com guarantee, stating that if you hven’t found someone really special in 6 months, they will credit you for another 6 months free. Yet another reason NOT to pay for a year up-front
Avoid being billed at full-price when the promotion ends: Turn OFF “auto-renewal”
If you do sign up for match.com, consider turning off auto-renewal immediately.
Otherwise, you will be billed every month at regular price (about $50!) after your discounted subscription ends.
To turn it off, click account settings, and then change/cancel membership. You can always turn auto-renew back on, but it’s less of a hassle this way.
Most of the many match.com complaints come from people who didn’t realize that match.com would bill them each month at regular price after the promotional period ends. If you’re not familiar with how it works, try the free trial, and be ready to cancel before it ends. Also, be smart, and do research (like this!) to avoid billing confusion!
AP: Tensions escalated even further on the Korean Peninsula today as Chairman Meow’s Ministry of Information released a provocative photo of the Dear Leader posing in front of an unidentified, and sinister-looking metallic object accompanied by the caption, “I also haz a big, shiny metal thing.”
The latest photo comes on the heels of Chairman Meow’s recent taunt of the North Korean leader, which informed him that, “I haz a map.”
The threat also seems to be a direct response to Kim’s successful test of a nuclear bomb over the weekend, and threat to detonate an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) over America.
Such an action could cripple the power grid across a vast area of the country, potentially disabling Chairman Meow’s electric, self-cleaning litter box, and the freezer that holds his personal stockpile of frozen salmon.
Great Leader, Chairman Meow added:
“You are playing a dangerous game, Mr. Kim… But, I too like to live dangerously.
You should know that with a mere flick of my paw I could knock this shiny metal thing (SMT) off the table, creating a spectacular crash, and loud disturbance.”
All eyes will again turn to North Korea to see how their young, brash leader responds to Chairman Meow’s latest threat.
Review of Vistaprint business cards – I’m in the middle of developing an online shop to sell my cat-related t-shirt designs, so I figured I’d invest about $20 to have business cards printed to advertise my online store. Here’s my review for business cards from Vistaprint:
Vistaprint Standard Business Cards: My Review
I’ve ordered business cards through Vistaprint a couple of times before, but never to specifically promote a website or online store. In this case I wanted the cheapest business cards possible without looking or feeling cheap.
By the way, they don’t seem to offer “free,” or economy business cards anymore, which is a good thing. Those used to have the Vistaprint logo on the back, and the paper felt cheap!
That’s a bad first impression to make with potential clients or customers. I sell t-shirts at my online shop, so I don’t want people thinking they are also cheaply printed!
Definitely Use a Design Template
Vistaprint offers design templates for all of their products, including business cards. TO be sure my design was the right resolution and in CMYK, I downloaded this template:
vistaprint business cards template
Anyway, in this case I used a 300 dpi version of one of my t-shirt designs, and formatted it for the vertical 3.5×2″ size of their Standard business cards. I also chose a matte finish, (included) as I wanted a vintage look. Glossy might be appropriate for certain designs or photos, but I usually go with matte.
*Their “Signature” business cards are printed on an adequate, 14 pt. paper, but you can upgrade to Premium or Signature with a heavier if you’d like. For my purposes I wanted the cheaper option, as I plan to just festoon these around the city.
I had no need to print on the back of the cards, so my order total was $9.99 for 500 standard business cards plus $5 shipping.
Be Sure to Use a Promo Code
If you click on a link for a specific promotion, the discount might be applied immediately, or, you have the option of entering a promo code at checkout like this:
Wondering how long it takes Vistaprint to ship business cards? Their cheapest shipping option (economy) took exactly 8 days. (7 business days) They came in a neat little box, and I was excited to open it. (Need your cards fast? Check out the shipping speeds here)
The business cards themselves look great, and the colors are just like the online preview. Once again, be sure to design in CMYK at high resolution (300 dpi). Here’s another photo of my business cards:
Some of the cards printed about 1/16 of an inch off-center, but they mention that your design should be in the “safety zone” as it might shift by a small amount horizontally or vertically.
These business cards are great! 5 stars for the $15 total price. If you want you can upgrade and spend more on Signature business cards or ultra-thick which cost a lot more.
You Can Consider Upgrades: (Brilliant Finishes) Metallic, Spot Gloss, Raised Print
Upgrades like foil, and spot gloss can really make features on your business card, like your logo, pop!
You’ll Have 4 Paper Stock Options
My Review: 500 Business Cards for $10+
You can see the “premium business cards” pictured above that I had printed with one of my Chairman Meow designs. I wanted heavier paper, so I was willing to pay an extra $5 than the 500 for $10 deal. Here are a few highlights of my premium business cards:
The business cards have a matte finish, and the paper is nice and sturdy
The design is full-bleed, and was well centered
The color was true to the online preview
The total cost was about $20 for 500 business cards (with coupon)
Not using a design template? Remember to create your own design in CMYK!
*Tip: If you are on their site looking at the standard business cards, scroll down and you’ll see customer reviews. Consumer affairs is where you’ll find negative reviews, which are helpful to read, too
Cheap Business Cards to Promote an Online Store / Shop / Blog?
I used to imagine business cards as what people passed around at industry events, or left behind as contractors. However, if you have a website or online store or blog, they can be so much more!
They are great to hand out, and if you ship orders from an online store, be sure to drop a couple into each package that you ship.
If you do any online marketing whatsoever, you are probably familiar with paying for clicks on Google and Facebook. If you have a budget for this type of advertising, please consider supplementing it with business cards!
How Business Cards are Like Online Clicks, But Cheaper
In my own online advertising experience, it’s costing me upwards of 50 cents per click to advertise my website to people categorized as “cat owners.”
Anyway, by paying for clicks I quickly realize that the math doesn’t work to my advantage. I’m only making $6 on the sale of a t-shirt, and the potential conversion rate from these paid clicks is pretty low. There’s just no way a high percentage of people are going to take out their wallet and buy a t-shirt, so I need to find a cheaper way to get people to my online store.
While I work on ways to bring this cost per click way down, I’m printing 500 business cards for some guerilla marketing. Vistaprint offers 500 business cards for $10 + $5 shipping, so the cost of each business card is about 5 cents each.
Like online clicks they deliver information for a brief moment with the hope of hooking a customer. While online advertising has many advantages, a business card is tangible, and doesn’t disappear into the ether once that moment has passed.
If you cross paths with your potential audience at any time, consider printing cheap business cards that get attention and send people to your online store or website!
For my shop, imagine how much more effective a little stack of business cards would be if left at a cat cafe, coffee shop, or pet store!
Cheap Business Cards for an Etsy Shop, CafePress Shop, Zazzle Store, eBay Store, or T-Shirt Store
If you have an online store, you’re probably trying to market your unique designs or products. This greatly increases the odds that you have some kind of design experience, or at least the ability to photograph your products close up.
Tip: Consider zooming in on your best design or product, add your URL, and print it on a business card? Make sure your image is really sharp and high-resolution!
These potentially catchy business cards can be stuck in lots of locations; either one at a time, or even fanned out or stacked in strategic places.
Example: I go to a dog park every other week, which is a very social environment. That would be a great place to hand out a business card. You’re not limited to dog products in that environment either. Maybe you just mention during conversation that you have a side-business, like an Etsy store, which would be a great time to whip it out. (a business card)
I have also propped up business cards on signs, wedged them into the side of bulletin boards, or any little corners where they might get noticed.
Idea: Not only can business cards help you hook potential new customers, but existing customers as well. I recommend including at least one business card in the packaging of all orders that you mail out. Your customers might hold onto it, or even pass it on to a friend.
So Many Ideas for Using Business Cards to Market a Website or Online Store!
There are a number of great resources out there that list creative ideas for using business cards to market your store, but I’d just recommend the following in summary:
A catchy “hook“: a design featuring a head-turning product photo or example of your favorite design
No more than one one line of text or it will be too crowded
Your easy to remember domain name
Printing on the back of the business card may cost more
How long does shutterfly take to ship, and how much does it cost? The total time that it takes to get your order depends on two factors added together: the amount of time to make your order (processing) and the time it takes to deliver (shipping).
Remember, some items, like 4×6 prints, can be pickup up same-day at your local Walgreens, Walmart, or CVS. In that case, skip the free shipping coupon, and get your order in about an hour!
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