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Experience a convenient alternative to wearing glasses. For the cheapest prices in Ireland, buy your contact lenses at Feel Good Contacts. We provide a premium level of customer service and FREE delivery on orders over €55.
We offer a wide range of original branded contact lenses, designed to cater to the needs of just about everyone and at prices up to 50% cheaper than high street opticians.
Wearing contact lenses is quick and easy, as you’ll find everything from daily contact lenses, monthly contact lenses, two weekly contact lenses, extended wear lenses and coloured contact lenses on our site. We also offer toric contact lenses to correct astigmatism and multifocal contact lenses for those who suffer from presbyopia.
Whatever your visual requirements, we’ve got you covered at Feel Good Contacts. You can order without the need to show us your prescription, saving time and money. In the unlikely event you find the same lenses cheaper somewhere else, we promise to refund the difference, that's our price match guarantee.

What types of contact lenses are there?

Designed to give optimum comfort and hydration, daily disposables (or ‘dailies’) are some of the most convenient contact lenses around. Wear a new set of dailies every morning, then just throw them away before bed. Choose daily disposable wear lenses for a simple and easy routine.
If you wear daily contact lenses, you won’t have to deal with bacteria build-up or protein deposits on the surface of the lens. Silicone hydrogel allows more oxygen to reach the eye, for an even more comfortable lens wearing experience.
Similar to a monthly contact lens, two weekly disposable contact lenses are designed for daily wear for up to two weeks, after this you’ll need to replace them with a new pair. These lenses will need to be cleaned and stored in solution overnight, as part of a quick contact lens cleaning routine. However, some two weekly lenses also offer the option of extended wear, allowing you to wear them continuously for as long as seven days without having to remove them at night.
With two weekly disposable lenses, wearers achieve the same hygienic benefits of daily disposable lenses at a smaller cost. Two weekly contact lenses are an exclusive from manufacturers Johnson & Johnson, with a range that includes Acuvue Oasys, Acuvue Advance and Acuvue 2
Monthly contact lenses represent the best value for money on the contact lens market. They offer consistent and exceptional performance if taken care of properly. With just a quick contact lens cleaning and storing routine every night, you can ensure your eyes are kept healthy, hydrated and fresh with our wide selection of quality monthly contact lenses. The same lens can be worn for up to 30 days provided they are kept in solution overnight. Some lenses are made from Silicone hydrogel which offers improved breathability compared to standard hydrogel lenses, providing the perfect option for monthly wearers. Popular choices from our wide range of monthly disposable contact lenses include Air Optix Aqua, Biofinity, Clariti Elite 3 Pack and PureVision2
Perfect for those who like a choice over how to wear each set of contact lenses, extended wear lenses are typically two weekly or monthly contacts that offer the freedom to wear them continuously for a certain period (often seven days and seven nights). If approved by your optician, extended wear contact lenses can be the ideal option for you and your eyes, especially if you like the freedom of overnight wear. You’ll find quality branded extended wear lenses at Feel Good Contacts including Acuvue Oasys and Biofinity. In addition, we also stock the unique Air Optix Night & Day Aqua, which allows the wearer to keep their contacts in day and night for up to a month!
Toric contact lenses were created to offer visual correction for people with astigmatism. Toric contacts work to focus light on a single point, where an astigmatic eye would normally struggle, and prevent blurred vision for the lens wearer. Toric lenses work to counter the effects of astigmatism for you to enjoy clear and uninterrupted vision.
Astigmatism is a common condition, fortunately there are toric lenses available in a wide range of prescriptions at Feel Good Contacts. You’ll find daily disposable toric lenses in 1 Day Acuvue Moist for Astigmatism and Dailies AquaComfort Plus Toric, as well as Acuvue Oasys for Astigmatism, a two-weekly lens, and Biofinity Toric for monthly contact lens wearers, to cater to all your eye care needs.
With multifocal contact lenses, you can correct the issue of presbyopia whilst enjoying freedom from bifocal or varifocal glasses. Presbyopia is a common issue for those over the age of 40 who have difficulty focusing on objects close to them. Multifocal contacts use two prescriptions to allow contact lens wearers to see at all distances, offering a seamless transition between short, intermediate and long distance. Multifocal/varifocal contact lenses ensure an unrivalled degree of comfort and convenience. Browse our wide selection of multifocal contacts at Feel Good Contacts to find best-sellers such as 1 Day Acuvue Moist Multifocal, Dailies AquaComfort Plus Multifocal and Air Optix Aqua Multifocal lenses, all available for the guaranteed cheapest prices in Ireland.
Enjoy a stylish update to your eye colour with our wide range of coloured contact lenses, available for prescription or purely cosmetic use. Whether you’re after a subtle enhancement to your eye’s natural colour, or you're looking to introduce a new vibrant colour entirely, you’ll find the perfect lens for you when you buy coloured contact lenses online at Feel Good Contacts. Coloured contact lenses are available in both daily and monthly wear for added convenience. Leading brands of coloured contacts include Air Optix Colors, FreshLook Colorblends and FreshLook Illuminate.
Ordering your contact lenses from Feel Good Contacts is quick and easy thanks to our ‘no prescription needed’ policy, where we trust that you know which lenses you need and don’t ask for proof of prescription before you place an order.
Having said that, if you’ve lost or misplaced your contact lens prescription, you can find your prescription details on the side/end of the box of your last contact lens order. We’ve also created a helpful prescription page to talk you through what you’ll find on a contact lens prescription and what all the terms and figures mean.
If you still need help finding your lenses, or have any questions at all about your prescription, feel free to get in touch with our dedicated and friendly customer service team. Please call us on 01 514 3614 or email us at
If you’re a regular wearer of two weekly or monthly contact lenses, you’ll need to know how to effectively clean and store your lenses to avoid irritation and infection. Properly taking care of your lenses in a hygienic way is important, as well as choosing the correct solution to store your lenses in overnight.
We’ve created a handy guide on contact lens care that tells you which contact lens solution is suited to your eye care needs and includes step-by-step instructions for your cleaning and storing routine.
Putting in and taking out your contact lenses can seem scary at first, but once you’ve got the hang of it, it’ll become second nature.
That’s why we’ve made things that little bit easier with our helpful guide on how to apply and remove your contact lenses the safe and proper way.

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