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Free 30day trial for contact lenses @ Specsavers (After paid assessment)

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About this offer We’re confident that you’ll enjoy wearing our contact lenses, but we want you to be sure too. That’s why we allow you to try before you buy. So once you’ve had your assessment and ha… Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
About this offer
We’re confident that you’ll enjoy wearing our contact lenses, but we want you to be sure too. That’s why we allow you to try before you buy. So once you’ve had your assessment and have decided on which lens is right for you, we’ll give you one pair of monthly contact lenses or five pairs of daily disposable contact lenses to try, free. It’s just one more way of ensuring that you and your lenses are perfectly matched.

If after the contact lens free trial you decide they’re for you, our monthly lenses start at just £5 a month, or you can have daily disposable lenses for just £16 per month for 30 pairs.
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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banned#1
first the assessment is not free and second their cheapest lenses are awful quality, tried and tested
#2
Isn't this normal at opticians? I'm with Tesco and has about 2 month trails of different lenses to find the 'right ones' didn't pay anything but the £25 assessment fee once a year?
#3
I just made an appointment with Specsavers for my glasses and contact lens check up (feel my prescription has changed since the last one two years ago).

I did have a contact lens assessment last time, but they tell me this newer contact lens appointment isn't free and will cost £20 as it's not covered by the NHS (sight checks are free in Scotland, for spectacles, at least, afaik).

Edited By: louiselouise on Aug 04, 2016 17:19

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