There might be some hope to be found in brick-and-mortar stores, but you'll have to call ahead to specific locations to verify availability. According to the AAS, it's safest to buy glasses that comply to ISO standards in a physical store. The society has listed the following retail chains as reputable, reliable brick-and-mortar retailers.
- Best Buy
- Casey's General Store
- Hobby Town
- McDonald's (Oregon only)
- Pilot/Flying J
- Toys "R" Us
You might be able to score free glasses
There are a few different options for this still available. For starters, NASA will be giving out 1.5 million glasses at events and locations around the country. Use this guide to figure out the one closest to you.
There are also 6,900 libraries across the United States handing out solar eclipse glasses for events on Monday, thanks to help from NASA, Google, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. You'll want to use this map to learn where you can find them and when the events are scheduled.