Walmart and WALDO have partnered to increase the accessibility and affordability of eyecare. WALDO is an innovative and affordable eyecare brand that believes in the power of positive vision, and Walmart is the first retailer to exclusively retail its products.
These groundbreaking lenses are loaded with B12 and other vital vitamins to help rehydrate and revitalize eyes.
At $23.86 for a 30-pack of the Hydra Boost Daily Lenses, customers can save 13%-84% off the cash price of comparable branded daily disposable contact lenses at Walmart, which translates into a savings of up to $552 a year at Walmart.1
“We are thrilled to partner with Walmart to expand access to affordable eyecare options across the country,” says Ashleigh Hinde, Founder and CEO at WALDO. “Partnering with Walmart allows us to grow our community and help foster much larger conversation around the importance of eye health and the need for accessible options for eyecare.”
WALDO is dedicated to making eye care an integral part of daily life through easily accessible, high-quality goods, reliable expert support, and a platform to improve their clients' vision.
“Walmart is continuously looking for ways to bring our customers brands they already use and love to our stores, making it even more convenient to prioritize their health during their weekly shopping trips,” says Tabitha Watkins, Divisional Merchandising Manager – Specialty Healthcare at Walmart. “We are so pleased to be the first retailer to carry WALDO, a brand that is delivering innovative eyecare products at a great value for our customers.”
Regular eye exams are crucial to maintaining your overall health. Customers can simply fill prescriptions for prescription eyewear, sunglasses, reading glasses, and contact lenses at Walmart's more than 3,000 vision centers nationwide2.
Walmart Vision Centers across the country are being upgraded to become cutting-edge locations with a brand-new customer experience that includes family tables and full-length mirrors for a practical try-on environment. The newly renovated centers will have semi-private places for associate consultations, interactive bookshelves, and more.