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Veterans: New website for ordering contact lenses

Orders ship fast and direct to veterans, VA customers

Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) is introducing an online service for ordering contact lenses. Photo credit: VA News

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Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) is introducing an online service for ordering contact lenses, giving veterans and their VA caregivers a quick and convenient way to get prescription contacts. 

The new VCS PatriotVision website allows veterans, their families, their caregivers and VA employees the opportunity to order prescription contacts with free standard delivery. Partnering with NextDayContacts, VCS is offering top name brands, including Acuvue, Dailies, Biofinity, Air Optix and more.

"We are excited to give our veteran customers instant savings," said Lori Lee, Chief of VCS Services. "There is no mail-in rebate hassle, plus we offer a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. This service expands the VCS mission of offering merchandise and services that provide comfort and well-being to America's veterans and those who provide for their care."

Ten percent off at checkout with code VCS10

At launch, customers can get 10% off at checkout using the code VCS10. Customers can also review their prescriptions through the new website, check order statuses, and receive support and help with orders through online chat, email or phone.

"It's important for us to continue our excellent service for the best customers in the world and the VCS PatriotVision service broadens that service," said Jim Leahy, executive director of VCS. "I am proud of our service and honored to provide this benefit to America's veterans."

Veterans can enjoy this benefit by visiting PatriotVision.

Since 1946, Veterans Canteen Service has provided reasonably priced merchandise and services essential to the comfort and well-being of America's veterans enrolled in VA health care. VCS is a self-sustaining service embedded in nearly 200 VA medical centers and clinics, providing retail, café, coffee, vending, retail optical and many other customer-facing services.

As an integral part of the VA community, VCS is also a benefit for the caregivers, family members, volunteers, visitors and VA employees who all strive to improve the veteran experience. The 3,000 dedicated VCS employees deliver this benefit to veterans in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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