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Acute Diarrhoea Relief Capsules 59p @ Savers

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only 59p at Savers contains 2mg loperamide hydrochloride Read More
only 59p at Savers contains 2mg loperamide hydrochloride
Speculator Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago28 Comments
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The jokes in here are pretty weak.. I expected far far more from this site.
You're full of s*it XD
Tut. Looking for something for my handsome constipation.
Why specsavers? must need glasses can't even see the right shop sign.
Heat added and enjoy your trip :3
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Venus Snap razor with case plus 3 extra blades and Free Aussie miracle beauty kit- £9.95 at Savers

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Savers have the Venus Snap Razor set which contains the Razor itself, travel case and 3 extra blades on offer at £9.95 plus as a bonus you get an Aussie Miracle beauty kit too which contains 3 items t… Read More
Savers have the Venus Snap Razor set which contains the Razor itself, travel case and 3 extra blades on offer at £9.95 plus as a bonus you get an Aussie Miracle beauty kit too which contains 3 items t…
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Scholl Velvet Smooth Electric Foot File Set Inc File, Foot soak, Cream and Batteries £14.99 @ Savers

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Went into my local Savers (Stoke) today and picked up a Scholl Electric Foot File set Which included the Foot File ,foot soak , a moisturiser and batteries Read More
Went into my local Savers (Stoke) today and picked up a Scholl Electric Foot File set Which included the Foot File ,foot soak , a moisturiser and batteries
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They are down to £11.99 in the Hucknall, Nottingham branch.
Yes it was
Was this Savers in Hanley next to Ryman(s?)?
Not sure sorry but maybe if anyone's a Savers near them they could always pop in and post on here if they've found one near them
any idea if its national?
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free eye test with voucher at Specsavers Crewe

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Usually £22 for test - now free - just need to print and take into store! Read More
Usually £22 for test - now free - just need to print and take into store!
loco1234 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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Before you book an eye test check whether you are eligible or not for a free test anyway.
** just a thought **
Why is it EVERYONE who works in an opticians wears either glasses or contacts?? hhmm
within a few moments of your 'free eye test', the hard sell will begin. I have had my fingers burned twice at these cattle-markets! Should have gone somewhere else......
Already free for us up here.
Darrelg
Says "FREE EYE TEST when you buy a complete pair of glasses" when I put in my closest store. So not "free" free ...

... now retried with a different store and it is "free" free. Looks like voucher are subtly different depending upon which store you pick. There are 6 stores close to me and only 1 of them is "free" free (Dudley) - the others are either free when you buy glasses, or a reduced eye test price of £10.

Edited By: Darrelg on May 31, 2017 15:44
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Free eye test at Specsavers - valid until 31st 2016

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Free eye test at specsavers. Do a decent job. I know staines is free using 8303 and am sure other branches are also free using the same code. Plenty of slots available in different locations because p… Read More
Free eye test at specsavers. Do a decent job. I know staines is free using 8303 and am sure other branches are also free using the same code. Plenty of slots available in different locations because p…
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yep, it's £10 there https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/bracknell

I would encourage everyone to check on the website before going to the branch with the voucher.
i took the voucher to Bracknell branch and unfortunately they did not accept it. the voucher code is specific to branch as each and every branch is owned by a different franchisee.
A lot of employers are obliged to provide free eye tests if you use display screen equipment as part of your job - however you may find you get a voucher for a national chain anyway.

http://www.hse.gov.uk/msd/faq-dse.htm

I haven't had a problem with specsavers - I had a test a few days ago and the optician was fine and didn't try to sell me new glasses as I didn't need them clinically. The same with my contact lens check - we had already calculated a while back lens mail wasn't economic and I pay for my checks rather than a subscription service. I think it depends on the staff the same with any chain.

I would say I had a terrible time with my local Tesco optician though - like I said, I think it depends on the staff/chain

Edited By: sherry4283 on Dec 19, 2016 21:02
Highly recommend goggles4u if buying online. Pretty much have good promotions all the time aswell
Go to Tesco always free and great deals plus clubcard points
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Free Eye test at Specsavers LONDON - till 31st December

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Worth getting your eyes poked for free, although free eye tests are fairly common its always handy to have one regularly Read More
Worth getting your eyes poked for free, although free eye tests are fairly common its always handy to have one regularly
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It is all LIES. I booked my appointment yesterday in the morning ( 09:40 am )17-12-2016, on getting there I was told that I did not qualify for a FREE EYE TEST, so the lady said that it will be £25 for an EYE TEST.
fishwibbler
Marshall61
On a hospital visit, my last prescription from Specsavers proved to be wrong. I won't be using them again.
I had a similar experience - I knew my vision was getting better, but the optometrist insisted I needed stronger glasses. I sought a second opinion and my suspicion was confirmed. I don't trust these rogues any more. My eyes are precious thank you Specsavers, you unscrupulous rat-bags. This was all a few years ago. I need an eye test again just to check and I have a test booked with Boots Opticians on Monday. Suffice to say, Specsavers wasn't a consideration for me this time!
I foresee a backlash like PPI - "Were you mis-sold stronger prescription specs than you needed?"
same thing happened to be told me I needed varifocals which I certainly did not
Isn't it free every 2 years anyway? Or is it only in Scotland?
Thanks for the heads up but being in York it would be one of the most expensive eye tests I've ever had if I go...
mk96
AndyRoyd
mk96
AndyRoyd
Appears to be limited to London area only?
This is a very very old promotion that gets renewed every time it expires...
If you want the voucher for other stores, all you have to do is locate your nearest store on the store website and print out the voucher on the corresponding page:https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores
Thanks for info, but what is the URL of "corresponding page"? Thanks.
The store that you pick... That's down to you.
EDIT: INSTRUCTIONS
1. Click on the link https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores
2. Type in your location/desired store
3. Click on the NAME of the store, do not click book online
4. On the "corresponding" page you will see a dotted box with a print icon. For most stores, the inside of the box will state "free eye test".
I hope this is now clear for everyone who do not live in London
Got it. Thanks.
Generic URL is based on << specsavers.co.uk/stores/*/free-eye-test >> where * = name of store.
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50% Off Glasses at Specsavers (£99 up)

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Specsavers is currently running a deal that gives you 50% off any glasses from £99 and upwards. Cannot be used with any other deals/vouchers on offer. Still not even remotely as cheap as ordering Read More
Specsavers is currently running a deal that gives you 50% off any glasses from £99 and upwards. Cannot be used with any other deals/vouchers on offer. Still not even remotely as cheap as ordering
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Local Specsavers are doing 50%off as most of them are ring your local shop
Ah thanks! Couldn't find any reference to this years one anywhere. I didn't even know about it until I got in store for my eye test. Updated.
j2hot
damn. I knew I should have gone to Specsavers
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damn. I knew I should have gone to Specsavers
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Free eye test @ specsavers Morley Leeds

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Free eye test Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smartphone or tablet in store named below. Cannot be exchanged for cash, us… Read More
Free eye test Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smartphone or tablet in store named below. Cannot be exchanged for cash, us…
kramvic Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago24 Comments
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Spasho
They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield

Bambibear
kramvic
Spasho
They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield
Cheers BB, my mum has and my grandad had glaucoma so should be eligible for a free test. Either way I can claim it back through private medical insurance if they refuse.
Thanks.
kramvic
Spasho
They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.
https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield
25897456456811
MrBeansDrivingInstructor

I admitted nothing of the sort if you actually read my first post.
Never have I said that I have signed form GOS1 and in fact I pointed out that I have been totally upfront.
Might I suggest an eye test could be of benefit?
Sorry to just query this but perhaps I'm misreading your first post but when you state-
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
First, I have never been asked for proof (although potentially a person could have to provide it). Second, I have explained that my mother (diagnosed with glaucoma several years ago) has no genetic relationship to me whatsoever. Despite this they insist that I get the free tests. No wonder the NHS is going down the pan! Naturally, I wouldn't encourage anyone to abuse this information.
...the natural inference is that you're claiming an NHS sight test despite knowing that you're not at risk of a family history of glaucoma. If you read that blue form posted above (especially the last signing liability clause) then you'd be on tenuous grounds for an accurate claim. Of course if you're not signing that form then it's not an NHS sight test (as the NHS isn't paying for it without that claim form) and you're getting a free test at Specsavers expense and it's nothing to do with the NHS observations you make.
It does read as if you're playing the NHS sight test system in that post, whether that's a misinterpretation something else. Although this has kind of devolved away from the point, and if not blue forms were signed then the point is completely moot.
I didn't read any reference to the GOS1 form. Neither did I get the impression they were "playing the system", quite the opposite in fact. Maybe you should take up the deal yourself. :p

Edited By: s24adm on Nov 09, 2016 08:52
25897456456811
MrBeansDrivingInstructor

I admitted nothing of the sort if you actually read my first post.
Never have I said that I have signed form GOS1 and in fact I pointed out that I have been totally upfront.
Might I suggest an eye test could be of benefit?

Sorry to just query this but perhaps I'm misreading your first post but when you state-
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
First, I have never been asked for proof (although potentially a person could have to provide it). Second, I have explained that my mother (diagnosed with glaucoma several years ago) has no genetic relationship to me whatsoever. Despite this they insist that I get the free tests. No wonder the NHS is going down the pan! Naturally, I wouldn't encourage anyone to abuse this information.

...the natural inference is that you're claiming an NHS sight test despite knowing that you're not at risk of a family history of glaucoma. If you read that blue form posted above (especially the last signing liability clause) then you'd be on tenuous grounds for an accurate claim. Of course if you're not signing that form then it's not an NHS sight test (as the NHS isn't paying for it without that claim form) and you're getting a free test at Specsavers expense and it's nothing to do with the NHS observations you make.

It does read as if you're playing the NHS sight test system in that post, whether that's a misinterpretation something else. Although this has kind of devolved away from the point, and if not blue forms were signed then the point is completely moot.


As you have accurately quoted, I have pointed out that I have told them I have no genetic relationship and yet they insist that I have a free test. Not once have I tried to "play the system". If anything, the opposite is true.
1- Specsavers give free tests often, as do Vision Express etc
2- Some are entitled to free NHS sigh tests.
BUT you will never ever see a blue form in Specsavers, I used to work there years ago.
Then I was a customer, not any more. Shambles.
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Glasses Cases £1.50 instore @ specsavers

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Manager special on spec cases. Gok Wan and John Rocha both available. In store only. Read More
Manager special on spec cases. Gok Wan and John Rocha both available. In store only.
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Mine came free with my glasses!

Edited By: robertr on Oct 09, 2016 12:17
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Specsavers - Free Eye Test

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Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering. Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smart… Read More
Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering. Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smart…
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use the Web address for bristol and change bristol to hammersmith
Dealicious
Does anyone know how you change the location on the voucher?
I'm looking to get a free test at the hammersmith branch which appears on the list but don't know how to change voucher to show correct store...

Search for your store, have a look here: Hammersmith
Does anyone know how you change the location on the voucher?
I'm looking to get a free test at the hammersmith branch which appears on the list but don't know how to change voucher to show correct store...
Thanks for sharing - if you just type in your location (for example in the example given which was Bristol, I just changed it to my location in the address bar) it works and brings up the voucher :)

TightKiwi

Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering.
Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smartphone or tablet in store named below. Cannot be exchanged for cash, used with other vouchers or redeemed by customers already entitled to a free NHS-funded eye test. One per person.
CODE 8303
Locations:

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bury
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Get 2 for 1 on Glasses with Spec Savers from £69.00

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Great deal from spec savers 2 for 1 glasses from £69 Read More
Great deal from spec savers 2 for 1 glasses from £69
petermm1984 Avatar9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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someone's been living under a rock.
2 for 1 at Specsavers? When did that happen??? :)

Just something to note, it is only the frame and standard lens that comes free on the second pair. If you want non-refelective and/or thinner lenses you need to pay for each pair of glasses (e.g. 2 x £40).

Still a good deal but I'm afraid I can't give this heat since it has been a well known deal for ages and ages
haha specsavers director posting deals now, desperate for business- posting something they have being done for the last 6yrs since there 75 frames went to 69.
It has been this for years. Every two years I get 2 for 1. Been doing this for at least the past six years at least.
As above. Got prescription glasses of exact same quality delivered for about 7 quid. My last two pairs from Specsavers both lost their legs within the first year. Be going elsewhere in the future.

Edited By: Zontes on Sep 27, 2016 11:29
Buy on-line,far cheaper and just as good quality.Just upload your prescription.I use Glasses Direct -excellent.
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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
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…
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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
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?
first the assessment is not free and second their cheapest lenses are awful quality, tried and tested
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FREE EYE TEST at Specsavers - usually £19

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Free eye test usually its £19 - you can book an eye test and be seen within the week! Read More
Free eye test usually its £19 - you can book an eye test and be seen within the week!
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Back on again, need to pick your store and the voucher is on the page of the store specific pages. Valid until 30th Sept 2016.
Always free at Tesco opticians.
Her_Indoors
I used Specsavers to get a free eye test, and went to my usual opticians to get the glasses.... using Specsavers prescription.
Only trouble was the prescription was completely wrong and I wasted hundreds of pounds having glasses which I cannot see out of!!
Would never use them again.
One of the few occasions where FREE really did prove to be too expensive in the long run.

Because Optometrists often work on a locum basis, the same person testing your eyes on a Tuesday in Specsavers might be working in an Independent (or elsewhere) on another day. If your prescription was wrong it's not Specsavers fault....and because you bought elsewhere you have little recourse. It's always best to buy where you had your eyes tested in case problems do arise. Sight tests have a strong subjective element so issues may arise.
I used Specsavers to get a free eye test, and went to my usual opticians to get the glasses.... using Specsavers prescription.
Only trouble was the prescription was completely wrong and I wasted hundreds of pounds having glasses which I cannot see out of!!
Would never use them again.
One of the few occasions where FREE really did prove to be too expensive in the long run.
My experience been good so far. I use their free service for the last 6 years and there been no hard sell. The worse is they say have a look at their range on the display, whereby I say I'll come back when I have more time. On my last visit, there was no change to my prescription, even had a banter about it with the optician saying your sales people won't be happy with you today.

Perhaps it is different in certain areas.
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FREE EYE TEST with code @ specsavers

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Hi!!! Hope all is well. I just wanted to share with everyone what happened with me today. I was due an eye test for the past 3 years but could not afford it. Cut a long story short... my son dropp… Read More
Hi!!! Hope all is well. I just wanted to share with everyone what happened with me today. I was due an eye test for the past 3 years but could not afford it. Cut a long story short... my son dropp…
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nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!
Anymore info on this? I was looking into this myself... instead of wearing contacts all the time!
sheldococo
nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!

It was that or continue to get steadily worse vision due to the lenses being prescribed by Specsavers. It was only when a new doc did my sight check and wondered why i hadn't had surgery yet (puts on shades) that my eyes opened :3
nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )

My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
I would prefer tesco for my eye test because its always free and I can also do my shopping after (or before) which saves me time
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FREE eye test @ Specsavers (valid until 31 March 2016)

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Valid for one eye test on or before 31 March 2016 Print and take in to store or present on smartphone or tablet. One per person To book call 0800 0680 241 or visit http://www.specsavers.co.uk/st… Read More
Valid for one eye test on or before 31 March 2016 Print and take in to store or present on smartphone or tablet. One per person To book call 0800 0680 241 or visit http://www.specsavers.co.uk/st…
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Valid for one eye test on or before 31 March 2016
Print and take in to store or present on smartphone or tablet. One per person
To book call 0800 0680 241 or visit http://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores to find nearest store.
Thank you. Just got my free eye test for Edgware! (Needed it as 2 year check up so you just saved me 25 quid!)
nadalie
I can't seem to find the free eye test deal on their offers page, has it been removed?

Not all stores are showing the voucher. I queried this with 2 stores they said just bring it inand it will be honoured as my local only had the £10 eye test showing. Im not paying for air to be blown in my face. Hope that helps you.
mangomonkey
The link says a free "NHS Funded eye test". Aren't they just for people under 18, in full time education or on benefits?
Yes you do.
Only free if your on your last legs or your under 18 and still get funding from your parents!
Makes Sense... Not!
shazspice
Is this valid in all specsavers or is it store specific?


it's store specific when I put my postcode in the closest store doesn't have this offer, but the second store does. sometimes they do send universal leaflets out for all branches.
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Free Eye test at Specsavers

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Free Eye Test Vouchers for your local Specsavers. Search for your local store and then click on it to show details about the store, on this page, there should be a link for a free Eye test voucher. I Read More
Free Eye Test Vouchers for your local Specsavers. Search for your local store and then click on it to show details about the store, on this page, there should be a link for a free Eye test voucher. I
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Wasn't free but there was a voucher for a £7.50 eye test at my store. some discount is better than none! So thanks for the tip
Typical, my nearest does not have the free offer.
Thanks for the Vision Expess voucher.
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As per description, just print out the voucher and redeem at your nearest participating store. Vaild until the 31st August 2015
bigguy201 Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago22 Comments
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flimbo73
Or just go to Tesco where it's free all the time.
Assuming your local Tesco offers eye tests, or it isn't miles away to the closest one that does... Otherwise go to Specsavers which is 2 minutes down the road!

Just because it suits you... doesn't mean it's right for everybody!
Great... Thanks for this.
Also free for those on a low income, you just need to have a HC2 certificate.
can confirm voucher accepted, had my eye test today, very professional and no hard sell after
aing69
Free eye test and then look forward to the hard sell for every upgrade possible - bifocal, varifocal, tinting, insurance, etc etc. Worse than double glazing salesmen (we'll I suppose its similar actually - just single glazing 8) )
Had exactly the opposite experience when I finally gave in and decided to get glasses. Free eye test. Free retinal photography. Really nice optician who let me bring my toddler in because she was kicking off at her mum! And absolutely no attempt to up-sell anything. I didn't even know they did insurance!
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Gp1304 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago5 Comments
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paulathompson
Same at Asda.......bear in mind you will have to pay for an initial consultation at any opticians to be issued with any sort of trial lenses. So not really a freebie!
I wasn't charged anything at Specsavers, but they have since treated me exceptionally poorly so I will never return or recommend. As long as you have a prescription you can go and get the 5 free pairs however they couldn't care less if you go blind, even if you've been a customer for 10+ years so be warned.
Same at Asda.......bear in mind you will have to pay for an initial consultation at any opticians to be issued with any sort of trial lenses. So not really a freebie!
Same at Boots
Because it's something they always do with anyone that goes for them first maybe?
why the cold votes??
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free eye test at spec savers. valid until 30/6/15 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Call ahead and ask whether you can book a free eyetest quoting code: 8303. This will save any embarrassmen… Read More
free eye test at spec savers. valid until 30/6/15 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Call ahead and ask whether you can book a free eyetest quoting code: 8303. This will save any embarrassmen…
pimmzy Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago55 Comments
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I have just been to Specsavers with my partner who needed his eyes tested?
They said it would be £20 but I said I'd seen the code for it to be free?
She said oh yes it is on their website!
We did order some glasses and it was deducted from the bill.
But there was no mention of us having to buy them there!
Thank you pimmzy.
silveroracle
I think that they should give you your PD regardless.
I used Glasses Direct and put in the default PD. It seems to be okay.

More often than not the copy of your prescription will not show the PD (simple reason being opticians want you to purchase your eyewear from them).
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turbobuddah
does this also work for contact lenses?
It's for a standard eye test. If you wish to be fitted with contact lenses then you will have to pay for a contact lens consultation and subsequent fitting.
Damn, have a test on Sunday, cheers for the reply
the optician testing my eye sight ,could not do it and said to get it off the receptionist. it was no dramas. job done.
silveroracle
I think that they should give you your PD regardless

If they did then the test would have to cost money.

Can't have it both ways, they need to make money somehow.
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jackofall Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago16 Comments
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Sorry for the double post, it won't let me edit mine.

You'd actually be shocked as to how many parents don't know eye tests are free for their kids. I'd also advise you get your child's eyes tested just before they start school as if they do need glasses this will hamper their progress in school and cause them to be left behind the rest of the class. There is also something we call the "critical period" which is up until the child turns 8 where glasses are able to correct their vision without the need of surgery and they may not need to wear their glasses in their teen years. So please get your child tested regardless of whether you think their eyesight is good or not because don't forget, if they do have a problem the kid won't know as they'll perceive that problem to be normal vision when in fact it isn't normal.

Sorry for long essay!
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U16s get free eye tests regardless. (I work in an opticians) this is just to get you to go into the store.

As regards the comment of "all workers in opticians wear glasses" that's not entirely true.

I don't need any glasses and it sure as hell isn't a requirement for you to work there. However, I do wear a pair on occasion and we are encouraged to as nothing demonstrates a product better than seeing someone use it the self. New coatings, new frames etc, when they come in some places are advised to wear them to get patients to upgrade to better quality lenses.

It's just cheap, but effective, advertising at the end of the day.
Under 16s get free eye tests anyway - this is simply a con to grab your custom.
I have three children, all under 16, all wear glasses and all get free sight tests every six months on the NHS. I therefore fail to see the benefit of this voucher.
Under 16s get a free eye test don't they?