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Vision care company Sightbox joins the show to talk about how it makes it as easy as possible to get your contact lenses through its membership program. Sightbox CEO Travis Rush explains to Olga that the company calls the eye doctor and book an appointment on your behalf. They also pay the office for the full price of your exam and fitting. They receive your prescription from the doctor’s office, and deliver a 1-year supply of your contact lenses.

All major soft contact lens brands are supported. Whether you wear one-day, two-week or monthly disposable contact lenses, Sightbox has you covered. In addition to standard lenses, they also carry astigmatism, multifocal and colored contacts.

All Sightbox members are free to visit any optometrist they choose or they can research and recommend a top local practice. There is no doctor network, so they choose offices that are close to where you live and have a great reputation.

 

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