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Qualifying purchases of ACUVUE® OASYS Family, 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST Family, and ACUVUE® VITA® must be made in-o ice or in-store between January 1, 2022 – December 31, 2022. Qualifying purchases TERMS & CONDITIONS. of ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ (6 Month supply) 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST (3 Month and 6 Month supply), 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST for ASTIGMATISM (3 Month and 6 Month supply) and 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST MULTIFOCAL (3 Month and 6 Month supply) must be made in-o ice or in-store between January 1, 2022 – June 30, 2022. Because the reward amount depends on the ACUVUE® brand purchased, quantity purchased and whether you are a new (upgrade) or current (repurchase) wearer of ACUVUE® contact lenses, reward amount will be confirmed at time of purchase submission. To view your estimated reward value, Quantity requirements are based on purchase of lenses for two eyes.

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Eligible ACUVUE® Products/Supplies Include: Open to eligible current wearers who purchased a 3 Month or 6 Month Supply in 2021: ACUVUE® OASYS with Transitions™ (6 Month supply), 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST (3 Month and 6 Month supply), 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST for ASTIGMATISM (3 Month and 6 Month supply) and 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST MULTIFOCAL (3 Month and 6 Month supply). Open to new and current wearers: Annual Supply of ACUVUE® OASYS Family, 1-DAY ACUVUE® MOIST Family, and ACUVUE® VITA®. Open only to new wearers: ACUVUE® OASYS 1-Day and ACUVUE® OASYS 2-Week MULTIFOCAL (3 Month supply, for up to 4 submissions per year; 6 Month supply, for up to 2 submissions per year or 9 Month supply, for up to 1 submission per year) is only available to eligible New Wearers. All other existing Wearers of these products in the outlined supply quantities are not eligible to participate. Reward requests must be submitted online within 60 days of purchase. Requires submission of product purchase receipt showing (a) patient name, (b) name of seller, (c) ACUVUE® brand purchased, (d) number of boxes/lenses purchased, (e) date of purchase, (f) proof of purchase, and (g) online confirmation code. To submit for a reward online, the consumer must register online for MyACUVUE® and become an ACUVUE® Insider. By registering as a MyACUVUE® member, the consumer agrees to receive promotional communications including insider, rebates, surveys, and other communications. Consumer may opt out of these communications at any time by Online submission must include: (a) submitter’s first and last name, (b) address, (c) birthdate, (d) email address, (e) mobile phone number. Failure to provide all required information will prevent receipt approval. If you purchased an annual supply OR if you are submitting your reward
for the first time for a 3 Month or 6 Month supply, then after completing an online submission, you must mail in your original unaltered receipt in order to complete your submission. Product purchase receipts must include: (a) patient name, (b) name of seller, (c) ACUVUE® brand purchased, (d) number of boxes/lenses purchased, (e) date of purchase, (f) proof of purchase, and (g) online confirmation code. Failure to provide all required information or failure to complete all necessary steps will prevent receipt approval. Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of mail and processing of online submission.

Reward Limit for Annual Purchase: One reward per customer, per yearly eye exam visit. Reward Limit for 3 Month, 6 Month, and/or 9 Month Purchase: Rewards per customer, are not to exceed an annual supply in a rolling 365-day year. Household limit shall not exceed an annual supply for up to four household members in a rolling 365-day year. This offer is not valid in combination with any other product offer including Money Back Guarantee. O er valid for U.S. residents only. Offer not valid where prohibited by law. The reward will be processed after the customer’s order has shipped. Allow 14 days for electronic reward delivery from approval date; if physical rewards card is selected, allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. No P.O. boxes, only street or rural addresses are acceptable for mail-in requests. Fraudulent submissions could result in federal prosecution under the U.S. Mail Fraud Statutes (18 U.S. Code Section 1341 and 1342). Not responsible for lost, late, undelivered responses and/or incomplete forms.

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. reserves the right to cancel this rewards program and institute fraud prevention measures at any time without notice. For the most current Terms & Conditions, ACUVUE® Rewards are only valid on in-office purchases, purchases made at select retail locations and purchases made via ACUVUE® Shop. Rewards are not valid for internet purchases (except via ACUVUE® Checkout and ACUVUE® Shop) and purchases made at large retailers including (but not limited to) Costco® Optical, Sam’s Club® Optical, BJ’s® Optical, Walmart® Optical, Target® Optical, or LensCrafters® Corporate locations, but other offers may be available for ACUVUE® Brand purchases at these retailers. If you are personally filing a claim for reimbursement from a third-party payer (e.g., insurance company, employer group, etc.) for the purchase of this product, your claim must be based upon your payment NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: less the amount of the reward. If your doctor is filing the claim, you must notify the doctor’s o ice of the need to deduct this reward amount from the purchase price used in calculating the claim.

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*Rewards paid in the form of an ACUVUE® Brand Visa® Prepaid Card. Your reward confirmation and payment will be delivered via email. Follow the instructions in the email to select between a virtual or physical Visa prepaid card. You must select your card type (virtual or physical) within three (3) months from the date these instructions are sent via email. The link to access your payment expires after that time. Once card type is selected, the funds must be used within six (6) months or the card will expire. Use your Visa Prepaid Card anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted in the U.S. The card may not be used at any merchant, including internet and mail or telephone order merchants, outside of the U.S. Card is issued by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. Your use of the prepaid card is governed by the Cardholder Agreement, and some fees may apply. This is not a gift card. Please note that Prepaid Cards are subject to expiration, so pay close attention to the expiration date of the Card.

††Available on up to 2 opened boxes of contacts. Copy of purchase and fitting fee receipt required. Refund by mail within 4 to 6 weeks. Cannot be combined with rebate. For info and terms, visit Valid through 12/31/2022.
ACUVUE® Contact Lenses are available by prescription only for vision correction. An eye care professional will determine whether contact lenses are right for you. Important information for contact lens wearers: Although rare, serious eye problems can develop while wearing contact lenses. To help avoid these problems, follow the wear and replacement schedule and the lens care instructions provided by your eye doctor. Do not wear contact lenses if you have an eye infection, or experience eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, redness or other eye problems. If one of these conditions occurs, remove the lens and contact your eye doctor immediately. For more information on proper wear, care and safety, talk to your eye care professional and ask for a Patient Instruction Guide, call 1-800-843-2020, or

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Is Acuvue Oasys being discontinued? ›

Effective as of October 3rd, 2022, diagnostic (trial) lenses for the impacted parameters will no longer be available. Boxes in these prescriptions can be purchased as supplies last. Effective January 2, 2023 these impacted parameters will no longer be available for purchase.

What are the side effects of Acuvue contacts? ›

There may be excessive watering, unusual eye secretions, or redness of the eye. Poor visual acuity, blurred vision, rainbows, or halos around objects, photophobia, or dry eyes may also occur if the lenses are worn continuously or for too long a time.

What is the difference between moist and Oasys? ›

Acuvue Oasys are two-weekly lenses, meaning you'll wear the same pair for up to two weeks. As a result, you will need to clean and store them properly. Acuvue Moist on the other hand are daily disposable lenses. Dailies are perfect for you if you only wear contacts as and when you need them.

Why cant my eyes tolerate contacts? ›

What Causes Contact Lens Intolerance? Many factors contribute to this condition. Eyes may develop an intolerance to the contact lens material itself, the solutions used for cleaning, or most commonly the bacteria and fungus that grow on the lenses.

Is it OK to sleep with Acuvue Oasys contacts? ›

ACUVUE OASYS® Brand Contact Lenses are indicated for vision correction for daily wear (worn while awake) or extended wear (worn while awake and asleep for up to 6 nights/7 days).

How long can you leave Acuvue Oasys in? ›


One lens can be worn up to 14 days. They can also be worn as an extended wear lens which means you can sleep in them for up to six nights. The lens is designed to be worn as a two-week daily wear lens which means you take the lenses out each night. One lens can be worn up to 14 days.

Is Acuvue Oasys the best? ›

ACUVUE OASYS® contact lenses are among the best contact brands for many contact wearers! The FDA has approved these contacts for extended wear of six consecutive nights. An extended wear lens provides patients with contact lenses to fit their specific type of wear schedule.

Can I wear Acuvue Oasys in shower? ›

All types of contact lenses, including extended-wear contacts, should be removed from your eyes before showering to prevent complications. Even though extended-wear contacts can be worn for multiple days at a time, you're still putting your eyes at risk for infection or irritation if the contacts become wet.

Can you shower with Acuvue Oasys? ›

Short answer is no, you shouldn't wear contacts in the shower. Contact lenses are like little plastic sponges that absorb what they come in contact with. The tap water in your home can contain microbes that you don't want in your eyes.

Why do I see worse with contacts than glasses? ›

The most common reasons for blurry vision with contacts are an outdated prescription, a new prescription you haven't adjusted to yet, wearing your contacts for too long, contacts that don't fit correctly, and allergies. Should I see a doctor if my vision remains blurry with contacts?

How do you tell if your eyes are rejecting contacts? ›

Some common contact lens intolerance symptoms include:
  1. Dry, itchy eyes.
  2. Redness.
  3. Irritation and inflammation.
  4. Pain or discomfort when putting in contact lenses.
  5. Corneal abrasions or ulcers.
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Is it harder to wear contacts as you get older? ›

Typically, it sets in around the end of the fourth decade of life—even if you used to have perfect vision. Presbyopia makes it more difficult to focus on objects up close due to changes in your eye's crystalline lens. As you age, this lens becomes thicker, harder and less flexible.

Do contacts have long term effects? ›

Other long-term effects of contact lenses can include: changes in thickness and shape of the cornea, formation of micro cysts, decreased corneal sensitivity, and even vision loss.

Is it safe to wear contacts all the time? ›

How many hours per day can you safely wear contacts? Most people can safely and comfortably wear contact lenses for 14 to 16 hours per day. It's always best to try to remove them as soon as possible before you go to bed at night to give your eyes a chance to breathe without lenses in.

What are the cons of wearing contacts? ›

Lenses are prone to shifting, dryness, and other complications. Eyes are more susceptible to infection with contact lens wear. There is a higher risk of bacterial infections with contact lens users. Infections can be caused by prolonged wear, build-up, bacteria, neglectful care and sleeping with contacts on.

Can I take a 20 minute nap with contacts in? ›

Is It Safe to Nap While Wearing Contacts? It is not safe to sleep while wearing contacts, even if you are just taking a nap. The occasional or accidental nap in your contacts can increase your risk of an infection. If you think there is a chance you could fall asleep, it is safest to remove your contact lenses first.

Can I take a 1 hour nap with contacts in? ›

Eye doctors advise against napping with your contacts in. Yes, even if the nap is shorter than an hour, it can still increase the chances of irritation and infection in your eyes. You'll also probably wake up with “sticky” or dry eyes, and no one wants that!

Can Acuvue Oasys be worn for a month? ›

Plan on wearing them for a whole month, or about 30 days, before they need to be discarded. It is important to note that monthly contacts – like Monthly ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses – need a little more care and upkeep, so plan to care for them and keep them clean during wear.

Can Acuvue Oasys be worn overnight? ›

They Make Life Easy Acuvue Oasys can be worn continuously (including overnight) for 6 nights / 7 days. UV Protection Protect your eyes from potentially harmful rays.

How do you tell if Acuvue Oasys is inside out? ›

Check that the lens isn't inside out

To do this, just put the lens on the tip of your finger and hold it up to the light. If the edges flare out, it's inside out. Some lenses have a 1, 2, 3 indicator—make sure the digits aren't backwards. It should look like a bowl with straight edges.

Can you shower with contacts in? ›

Avoid water while wearing contacts.

Make sure to remove your contacts before showering, bathing, or swimming. Don't rinse or store your contacts in water, and if it does occur, make sure to throw away or disinfect them thoroughly. Use clean hands.

What contact lens Do most doctors recommend? ›

Acuvue Oasys For Astigmatism

These lenses are made from silicone hydrogel, the most breathable contact lens material. Trusted by many eye doctors and is one of the most popular contacts available. Available for the Acuvue rewards rebate program.

What is the alternative to Oasys? ›

1) Biofinity® toric

This helps prevent irritation and keeps your eyes healthy and moist throughout the day. Biofinity toric contacts are also made of soft lens material with a higher water content than ACUVUE OASYS for ASTIGMATISM to keep your eyes comfortable without having to use rewetting drops.

Which contact lens is most comfortable? ›

#1: Alcon Daily Total 1. This lens has a top moisture rating, excellent breathability, and the benefits of being a daily disposable. #2: Alcon Precision 1. Very close in performance to the Daily Total 1, but for a more affordable price.

What not to do with contacts? ›

12 Things You Should Never Ever Do with Your Contacts
  • Sleep While Wearing Lenses. ...
  • Not Keeping The Case Clean. ...
  • Rub Your Eyes. ...
  • Touch Contacts With Dirty Hands. ...
  • Shower While Wearing Lenses. ...
  • Keeping Them On Even When Eyes Itch. ...
  • Exposing The Storage Case To A Dirty Environment. ...
  • Reuse The Solution.

What happens if I wear daily contacts for 2 days? ›

What happens if you reuse your daily contacts? Wearing daily disposable contact lenses more than once puts you at risk for discomfort, dryness and serious eye infections. One study found contamination on the lenses of 95 percent of users who stored daily disposable lenses in saline overnight.

Can I take my contacts out and put them back in? ›

Don't Reuse Your Contacts

Daily disposable contacts are designed to be thrown away after every single use, and people who reuse them risk painful and risky outcomes. Dailies are thinner, more fragile, and don't hold moisture as well as other contacts.

Can you wear Acuvue Oasys in the pool? ›

While contact lenses are perfect for an active lifestyle, it is not advised to expose your contact lenses to water, and as such swimming with contact lenses should be avoided. This includes avoiding wearing contact lenses not just while swimming, but also showering, bathing and using a hot tub.

Can you nap in Acuvue contacts? ›

Can I nap while wearing contacts? The general rule is no; you should not nap or sleep with contact lenses. This applies to all contact lens brands and types, unless specified. Falling asleep with your contact lenses could lead to a risk of infection and irritation.

Can I sleep in Acuvue lenses? ›

Most contact lens wearers know that unless using specific lenses for extended wear, you shouldn't be sleeping while wearing your contact lenses.

Should my glasses prescription be stronger than my contacts? ›

Because eyeglasses sit some distance away from your eyes, the prescription for glasses is typically a bit stronger than for contact lenses. This is the primary difference between the two prescriptions.

Is it better to wear glasses or contacts while on the computer? ›

Which is Better for Computer Use: Contact Lenses or Glasses? Glasses have a slight advantage over contacts when it comes to screen use, if only because wearing contact lenses can exacerbate dry eye and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome. There are also glasses lenses made specifically for computer use.

Do glasses correct vision better than contacts? ›

Contact lenses offer potentially better visual acuity when compared with glasses; Contact lenses offer a greater and clearer field of vision than glasses; They can allow wearers to take part in many sports and forms of exercise; Some people prefer the appearance of contact lenses to glasses.

How do you know if your contacts are in correctly? ›

Gently squeeze the lens, as if you are about to fold it in half. If the edge of the lens points upward (resembling a hard-shell taco), the lens is correctly oriented. If the edge bends outward (toward your thumb and finger), the lens is inside out.

How do you tell if contacts are too strong or too weak? ›

When your prescription is too high, you will notice that you begin to feel dizzy and nauseous within some time of wearing your prescription glasses or lenses. This is a sure indication of a wrong prescription.

What age should you stop wearing contact lens? ›

There's no age limit: You can wear contact lenses as long as they're working for you.” While that's surely good news for both long-time and would-be lens wearers, there are a few other myths we'd like to dispel.

Is 70 too old for contact lenses? ›

Contact lenses are one of many options for correcting vision, but are they a good solution for older adults? They can be. With guidance from an eye doctor, many adults over 60 successfully wear contacts. They're a convenient way to correct your vision.

What is the average age of contact lens wearers? ›

An estimated 8% of contact lens wearers are under 18 years old, 17% are between ages 18-24, and 75% of adults age 25 and older wear contacts 1.

Is Acuvue being discontinued? ›

Effective immediately, 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® diagnostic lenses will no longer be available. We will continue to honor revenue lens orders as supplies last. Effective April 1, 2023, 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® will no longer be available for purchase.

Why are Acuvue contacts on backorder? ›

Alcon has advised that constraints at their manufacturing plant along with global supply chain challenges and transportation delays have led to backorders on certain SKUs. Most of the delays are resolved within 2 weeks.

Did Acuvue Oasys change? ›

This product has been discontinued and replaced with Oasys Multifocal.

What's the difference between Acuvue and Acuvue Oasys? ›

Acuvue 2 lenses have a higher water content at 58%, providing a more hydrating lens wearing experience. Although Acuvue Oasys has a lower water content of 39%, it does have a higher oxygen permeability than Acuvue 2, giving incredible breathability throughout wear.

Why can't I buy contacts without a current prescription? ›

They are medical devices regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Places that advertise them as cosmetics or sell them over-the-counter, without a prescription, are breaking the law.

How long will a 12 pack of Acuvue Oasys last? ›

Each box of Acuvue Oasys 12 pack comes with 12 lenses. This is generally a 6-month supply, if you buy two boxes (one for each eye).

Can I order more than a year supply of contacts? ›

Even if a prescriber's state law does not set an expiration date of more than the one-year minimum required by the Rule, prescribers are free to set a date of more than one year if they feel it is appropriate.

Can I order contacts with expired? ›

You can't legally order contacts with an expired prescription either. Contact lenses are classified as medical devices in the U.S., so your prescription needs to be current to have it filled.

Are Acuvue contacts made in China? ›

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Acuvue (from "Accurate view") is a brand of disposable contact lenses made in Jacksonville Florida and Limerick-based Vistakon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson (J&J).

Can you wear Acuvue Oasys longer than 2 weeks? ›

No, you can't wear Acuvue Oasys for a month! Acuvue Oasys is a two week lens which means you have to throw it away after two weeks. If you overwear your lenses for a whole month you put your eyes at risk of serious damage. If you want an Acuvue lens you can wear for a month at a time, take a look at Acuvue Vita.

How often should I change my Acuvue Oasys? ›

Brand Contact Lenses prescribed for Daily Wear – Frequent Replacement (less than 24 hours, while awake), are to be discarded and replaced every two weeks. ACUVUE® Vita™ Brand Contact Lenses prescribed for Daily Wear – Frequent Replacement (less than 24 hours, while awake), are to be discarded and replaced every month.

Which Acuvue lenses are best? ›

Widely recognised as best in class, Acuvue Oasys is ideal for anyone prone to the irritation of dry eyes when wearing contact lenses. Plus, a built-in UV blocker protects the wearers' eyes from harmful ultraviolet light.

Which contacts are more comfortable? ›

Are daily or monthly contacts more comfortable? Thanks to technology, both are pretty comfy for your eyes, but dailies have the slight advantage. Most modern contact lenses are made up of hydrogel or silicone hydrogel, both of which allow oxygen to reach the cornea and thereby keep your peepers feeling fresh.

What is the strongest eye contact prescription? ›

The highest level of corrective power for monthly soft contact lenses is about -12 Dioptres (bear in mind that the average prescription for short sighted people is -2.00 Dioptres), and is available from both Purevision 2HD and Biofinity.


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