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Contact Lens FAQs
The average cost of contact lenses depends on the type of lenses you buy. Generally, contacts that need to be disposed of daily will cost more, but don’t require maintenance, solution, or additional storage. Prescription contact lenses that address more complex conditions, such as astigmatism and presbyopia, will cost more than those that just correct nearsightedness or farsightedness.
If you plan on wearing daily disposable contacts in both eyes for near- or farsightedness, plan on spending roughly $400–$1,000 per year. (You can keep to the lower end of that range if you buy lenses like Scout by Warby Parker in 90-packs.) Biweekly contact lenses might run you $150–$600 annually, and monthly contacts, around $200–$600.
Final tip: If you don’t wear dailies, always add a bit onto your contact lens budget for contact solution and storage cases!