My Target Optical® Experience

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. All opinions are mine alone. #TreatYourEyes #CollectiveBias

Recently I needed to get a new eye exam to potentially update my prescription and get new contacts. Since I spend almost all my shopping time at Target as it is, booking an appointment through Target Optical® just made sense.

One of my least favorite part about scheduling appointments is the fact that I have to call. I am STILL at the stage where phone calls are not fun and wish I was still a kid and could have someone else call for me. But then I saw Target Optical® allows you to book online… SOLD.

Booking an appointment was so easy!

1. Go to Target and hover over Eye Exams. A menu will appear where you can enter your location to find a location near you.

2. Once you enter your location, you will be taken to a page with the nearest locations listed and shown on a map.

3. Once you click on “Schedule an eye exam” you will be taken to the page below. Fill out your personal information (which surprisingly isn’t much and can be done quickly) and choose your appointment.

4. Just hit “Book exam” and you’re done! That’s it - only four steps.

The booking process was so smooth, I expected something to go wrong somewhere. It can’t be that easy. But when I got to the location and waited only a few minutes for my exam, I realized I might be wrong. I was in and out of there with a prescription in hand for new contacts. I am SO ready to get my new ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses!

These lenses are known to be great for sensitive eyes. I am always out and about in so many different environments during my day, so I need lenses I can wear all day without a problem. I’m excited to try the ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses out and see if they live up to the hype.

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