Alcon Rebate Program
Rebates are one of the best ways to save money on contact lenses, but sometimes the requirements can be a bit tricky or complicate. With the substantial rebates Alcon gives, it is worth learning a bit more about their program to make sure you can maximize your savings.
Rebate programs usually require you to mail forms into the retailer or manufacturer, but luckily the process is relatively straight forward for Alcon and can even be started online.
It’s important to know that Alcon actually has two different rebate programs: one for lenses purchase from eye doctors and another program for lenses purchased from online retailers. The rebates for the doctor program are higher, but that’s because prices at the eye doctor are higher.
Depending on your situation, the rebates may or may not be the best way to maximize your savings. You’ll want to price check your doctor’s prices and use our price comparison tool before you make your final purchase decision.
Which Alcon Products are Eligible for Rebates?
Any product from the Air Optix, Dailies, and Precision1 family is eligible for rebates. Here’s a full list:
- Air Optix plus HydraGlyde
- Air Optix plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism
- Air Optix plus HydraGlyde Multifocal
- Dailies AquaComfort Plus
- Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric
- Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal
- Dailies Total1
- Dailies Total1 Multifocal
- Precision1 Dailies
- Precision1 Dailies for Astigmatism
How Much is the Alcon Rebate?
The total dollar amount depends on your prescribed brand, but some Alcon rebates are worth up to $225. Here’s a table of each product, the quantity you need to qualify, and the total rebate amount:
|Product||Quantity Required||Online Rebate Amount||Doctor Rebate Amount|
|Air Optix plus HydraGlyde||4 boxes (6 Lens/Box)||$30||$50|
|Air Optix plus HydraGlyde for Astigmatism||4 boxes (6 Lens/Box)||$30||$50|
|Air Optix plus HydraGlyde Multifocal||4 boxes (6 Lens/Box)||$30||$50|
|Dailies AquaComfort Plus||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$100|
|Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$100|
|Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$100|
|Dailies Total1||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$225|
|Dailies Total1 Multifocal||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$225|
|Precision1 Dailies||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$150|
|Precision1 Dailies for Astigmatism||8 boxes (90 Lens/Box)||$50||$150|
How do I get my Alcon Rebate?
Claiming your rebate requires jumping through some hoops. Here are the steps:
- Get your Alcon prescription renewed by your local eye doctor
- Purchase a qualifying amount of contact lenses from either your local eye doctor or a qualified internet seller
- Submit your details to Alcon, either at AlconChoice.com for purchases from an eye doctor, or OnlineAlconRebates.com for purchases from an online retailer
Frequently Asked Questions about the Alcon Rebate Program
Which Alcon lenses have rebates?
Can I get a rebate when I purchase from an online seller?
Yes, Alcon gives rebates for online purchases! However, you must submit your rebates for online purchases at a different website than for purchases made from eye doctors. The rebate amounts are also different depending on where you purchase, so make sure to do a price comparison before you buy.
Can I get a rebate when I purchase from a chain?
Alcon doesn’t allow large chains or online retailers to participate in their rewards program, so purchasing lenses from someone like Lenscrafters may not qualify you for a rebate.
How do I get my Rewards Code?
Your eye doctor will give you the rewards code, so make sure to ask for it when you purchase your contact lenses. Some doctors offices will even help you fill out the rebate forms. Online retailers who participate in the Alcon rebate program also will provide help with your Rewards Code and forms.
How long does it take for my Alcon rebate to arrive?
Usually your rebate will arrive 2-4 weeks after it has been approved. If there are issues with the documents you submitted, Alcon will let you know and you may need to resubmit your documents