Use your FSA dollars & save up to 20% on contact lenses before January 15

Photo courtesy of DiscountContactLenses.com

Start your new year with smart savings and use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) dollars to stock up your contact lens supply—and save up to 20% on that order at DiscountContacts.com through Friday, January 15, 2020.

Many Houstonians have health plans through their jobs/benefits plans, which include an FSA to help pay down co-payments, deductibles, select drugs, and other healthcare costs. Using an FSA can reduce your taxes, while providing valuable resources to keep you healthy.

FSA holders don’t pay taxes on the income that’s set aside in their account. But if those funds aren’t used by the expiration, then that income is gone.

With this offer from DiscountContacts.com, you can use your remaining FSA dollars to stock up on contacts before the use period expires after Friday, January 15, 2020. Or, if you don’t, you can still save big on new contact lenses.

Save 15% to 20% on Contacts Through Friday, January 15, 2020

Everyone is welcome to save on contacts, whether they have an FSA or not. New and returning customers each have custom offers, designed to drive home savings and value.

About DiscountContacts.com

DiscountContacts.com is a hassle-free, no-nonsense company that streamlines the sales process, removes surprises, and eliminates the need for fine print.

DiscountContacts.com offers major contact lens brands, including Acuvue, Dailies, and Air Optix; wallet-friendly prices; and solid service. The company’s goal is to alleviate the struggle of online shopping so customers can focus on living life.

And if your prescription is expired, you can also take an online vision test to renew your prescription.

Save on Contact Lenses at DiscountContacts.com

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