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Updated: November 19, 2015

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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 www.specsavers.co.uk/stores to fin…
credington Avatarcredington1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago37 Comments
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speculatrix
couturekid
kittykat69
Tescos are always free and specpammers charge twice as much for contact lenses COLD
wasn't impressed with my local Tesco's eye test tbh.

I went to Tesco's optician and they over-prescribed telling me I needed new glasses.. I started getting headaches, went back to previous specs and had no more problems.
Polly_P
Late with this but instore near the door, ours has a stand, with their magazine on. There is usually a coupon on there to get a free eye test :-) worth a check
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
It's free everywhere! Hey I'm going to post a freebie too, free air!
No it's not. Walk into a Specsavers or Vision Express without a voucher and you'll have to pay, unless you get it on the NHS.
But no one just 'walks in' durrrrr
What else would you do unless you found a voucher like this?
You don't need a voucher! Most people know it's free in Tescos anyway, they advertise everywhere!
You claimed it was free 'Everywhere'. Tesco is not everywhere, it's one store.
There are a lot of tescos mate
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
It's free everywhere! Hey I'm going to post a freebie too, free air!
No it's not. Walk into a Specsavers or Vision Express without a voucher and you'll have to pay, unless you get it on the NHS.
But no one just 'walks in' durrrrr
What else would you do unless you found a voucher like this?
You don't need a voucher! Most people know it's free in Tescos anyway, they advertise everywhere!

You claimed it was free 'Everywhere'. Tesco is not everywhere, it's one store.
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
Weenie Beenie
kittykat69
It's free everywhere! Hey I'm going to post a freebie too, free air!
No it's not. Walk into a Specsavers or Vision Express without a voucher and you'll have to pay, unless you get it on the NHS.
But no one just 'walks in' durrrrr
What else would you do unless you found a voucher like this?

You don't need a voucher! Most people know it's free in Tescos anyway, they advertise everywhere!
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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
gemmmaaa7 Avatargemmmaaa74m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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lowriridley
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
Her_Indoors
Typical, my nearest does not have the free offer.
Predikuesi
Thanks for the Vision Expess voucher.
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FREE eye test @ Specsavers

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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 Avatarbigguy2015m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago22 Comments
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buddn07
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!
mcbamo
Great... Thanks for this.
bluray49
Also free for those on a low income, you just need to have a HC2 certificate.
bigguy201
can confirm voucher accepted, had my eye test today, very professional and no hard sell after
b0d
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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Free contact lenses trial at specsavers

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Contact lenses free trial at specsaver
Gp1304 AvatarGp13047m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks 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.
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!
Somnus
Same at Boots
tommyukuk
Because it's something they always do with anyone that goes for them first maybe?
1234orange
why the cold votes??
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Win £10,000 + a Holiday for 2 in The Bahamas + £1000 Specsavers voucher @ Specsavers

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Do you have Specs appeal? Love your glasses? Then why not enter our 2015 spectacle wearer of the year competition.
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Who can enter: The competition is open to residents aged 16 or over of the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, except for employees of Specsavers, Kidscape, Atlantis, travelbag.co.uk, Andrew Barton, Stila, their families or anyone professionally associated with the competition.

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A Super 5 Star Holiday for Two to Gran Canaria @ Specsavers

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Specsavers Magazine and the 5-star Seaside Palm Beach Hotel have teamed up to offer you the chance to win the holiday of a lifetime under the sun right here on our great little continent. The winner
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The promoter of the prize draw is BrandKiss, 5 Maidstone Buildings Mews, 72-76 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1GN, [email protected], 0207 367 6749, who is acting on behalf of the Gran Canaria Tourist Board. The prize draw is open to all UK residents aged 18 or over, exclu… Read More
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no obligation eye test at specsavers,normally £22

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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 embarrassment at
pimmzy Avatarpimmzy9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago55 Comments
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Mo-ay
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.
billyboy1
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).
turbobuddah
zerocrop
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
pimmzy
the optician testing my eye sight ,could not do it and said to get it off the receptionist. it was no dramas. job done.
dean_brfc
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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Free Eye Test Voucher UNDER 16 only - Metro

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Free eye test voucher for all in today's Metro.
jackofall Avatarjackofall1y, 4d agoFound 1 year, 4 days ago16 Comments
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avfcjay
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!
:)
avfcjay
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.
DeadMeatGF
Under 16s get free eye tests anyway - this is simply a con to grab your custom.
bec3105
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.
fonzie2107
Under 16s get a free eye test don't they?
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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 see details about the store, on this page, there should be a link for a free Eye test voucher. I a…
pravinvekaria Avatarpravinvekaria1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago29 Comments
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Cyndy
thanks for your comment Johniii. i got a code and am getting £10 off my text. God bless you
sobers90
Thanks for this. Asked the woman in Specsavers if eye tests were free when you bought glasses of which the answer was no.

A quick search on Google as she was adjusting the frames and £20 saved in two minutes!
drago773
£10 eye tests near me -.-
vou
thank you.
Figo_Rulz11
looks like Northampton aren't doing any free eye tests. shame
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SpecSavers (Beverley) half price glasses today only

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Just been in my local Specsavers in Beverley and today only doing glasses half price even all extras half price too. They managed to get me in for a sight test too
an12344 Avataran123441y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago5 Comments
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7839526
I work for Specsavers and this is not a national promo
sabresonic
Overheard shop assistant say to someone that it isn't nationwide unfortunately, the Beverley store just made a decision to run the promo earlier in the week.

I just went to pick my glasses up and they gave me another 50% off voucher for frames and lenses valid for 6 months! Might actually treat myself to some prescription sunglasses.
an12344
Think just Beverley store today as a promotion
sabresonic
I've been in Beverley this morning...just on my way to pick the specs up...thought that was pretty quick!
Cariogenic
anyone else check their local?
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FREE Eye Tests @ Specsavers

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Free eye test voucher had disappeared off their website recently but is back now. Posting in deals rather than Misc as a lot of people including me never look in Freebies or Misc. 1. Click the URL, p…
alchemistkevin Avataralchemistkevin1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago13 Comments
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HootyMcOwlface
There's absolutely no obligation to buy specs, but there are pretty nifty deals there. Not that I'm trying to be a walking billboard, haha!

I don't think you can use it for a contact lens check, but they're free in most stores anyway, as long as you buy lenses.

Don't quote me on this though. Each store may have individual policies.
mylofrancis
Can I us the voucher for a contact lens eye test?
redman
Is there an obligation to buy the specs from them, or can you walk out with your prescription?
louiseb88
Free at Tesco opticians too.
xcloose
Its about time I had 1
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Free Specsavers Eye Tests including digital retinal photography

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Specsavers Opticians across the U.K. are offering free sight tests at selected outlets of theirs across the U.K. until the 29th November
taurus08 Avatartaurus081y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago18 Comments
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dankuvermach
mystery_man
Tesco optitions also do free eye tests (all the time)

Sadly no spelling tests.

brilliant ;)
ostinato
cmoi
ostinato
You're better off going to an Independent according to a recent Which? magazine survey.

Depends on the independent, mine had very old equipment and very expensive frames (nothing under £300...).

Seems unlikely that any shop with that kind of set-up would last very long....but just like anything they'll be good or bad independent opticians. They're just more likely to take more interest in ensuring a customer is happy than a place where new customers are pouring in all the time (i'd assume that'd be the case given the amount of money specsavers pumps into advertising).
cmoi
Out of 698 stores, 309 are free, 76 are £5 and the others have no vouchers.

Free
Abingdon
Accrington
Acomb
Alfreton
Alton
Ammanford
Arnold
Ashby de la Zouch
Ashington
Aylesbury
Banbury
Barking
Barnsley
Barrow-in-Furness
Basildon
Basingstoke
Bath
Batley
Bedford
Bedworth
Beeston
Belfast - Ann Street
Belper
Berwick
Bexhill
Bishop Auckland
Blackburn - Lord Street Mall
Blackburn - Morrisons
Blackpool
Blackwood
Bloxwich
Bognor Regis
Bolton - Middlebrook Retail Pk
Borehamwood
Bournemouth - Boscombe
Bournemouth - Old C'church Rd
Bradford - Darley Street
Bradford - Girlington
Bradford - Idle
Braintree
Brecon
Brentwood
Bridgend
Bridgnorth
Bridlington
Bristol - Bradley Stoke
Bristol - Cribbs Causeway
Bristol - Filton
Brixham
Bromsgrove
Brownhills
Burgess Hill
Burnham-on-Sea
Burnley
Burton on Trent
Bury - Haymarket
Bury St Edmunds
Buxton
Caernarfon
Caerphilly
Canvey Island
Cardiff - Albany Road
Cardiff - Queen Street
Carlisle
Caterham
Chard
Chelmsford
Cheltenham
Chesterfield
Cheylesmore
Chippenham
Christchurch
Clacton-on-Sea
Cleveleys
Colchester
Colwyn Bay
Congleton
Corby
Coulby Newham
Coventry
Craigavon
Crossgates
Croydon - Church Street
Croydon - North End
Cwmbran
Darlington
Dartford
Daventry
Deal
Dorking
Driffield
Dudley
Dunstable
Eastleigh
Ebbw Vale
Ellesmere Port
Ely
Enniskillen
Epping
Evesham
Exmouth
Fareham
Farnham
Felixstowe
Flint
Folkestone
Formby
Gainsborough
Gateshead
Gloucester
Grantham
Grays
Greenford - Westway Cross
Grimsby
Guisborough
Guiseley
Halifax
Harlow
Harrogate
Hartlepool
Hastings
Hatfield
Havant
Headingley
Hereford
Hertford
Hexham
Hitchin
Honiton
Hornchurch
Huntingdon
Ilkeston
Ilkley
Keighley
Kettering
Kidderminster
Kirkstall
Lancaster
Larne
Leamington Spa
Leatherhead
Leeds - Albion Street
Leigh
Leominster
Letchworth Garden City
Lewes
Lincoln - Morrisons Centre
Liverpool - Belle Vale
Liverpool - Bootle
Liverpool - Kirkby
Liverpool - Lord Street
London - Barnet
London - Camden Town
London - Chiswick
London - Dagenham - Heathway
London - Dalston Cross
London - Greenford
London - Hackney
London - Hammersmith
London - Harlesden
London - Hayes
London - North Finchley
London - Putney
London - Richmond
London - Russell Sq Bloomsbury
London - Shepherds Bush
London - Streatham
London - Surbiton
London - Swiss Cottage
Lowestoft
Luton
Macclesfield
Maesteg
Maidenhead
Maldon
Manchester - Arndale Centre
Manchester - Eccles
Manchester - Hyde
Manchester - Middleton
Manchester - Salford
Manchester - Swinton
Mansfield
March
Margate
Market Drayton
Marlborough
Melton Mowbray
Merthyr Tydfil
Middlesbrough
Milton Keynes - Bletchley
Milton Keynes - Centre
Monmouth
Morley
Morpeth
Morriston
Neath
Newcastle-under-Lyme
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Newmarket
Newport - High Street
Newport - Isle of Wight
Newport - Spytty Road
Newry
Newtownabbey
Northwich
Nottingham - Wheelergate
Nuneaton
Oldham
Omagh
Ormskirk
Orpington
Otley
Oxford - Westgate Shopping Ctr
Paignton
Penarth
Penrith
Peterborough - Bridge Street
Peterborough - Serpentine
Peterlee
Plymouth - Armada Way
Plymouth - Cornwall Street
Portadown
Portsmouth - Commercial Road
Prestatyn
Pudsey
Ramsgate
Rayleigh
Reading - Broad Street
Reading - Shinfield Road
Redcar
Redditch
Reigate
Retford
Rhyl
Richmond
Rochdale
Romford
Royton
Rugby
Rugeley
Runcorn
Rushden
Rustington
Ryde - Isle of Wight
Salisbury
Saltash
Seaham
Sheffield - Crystal Peaks
Shipley
Shirley - Solihull
Skelmersdale
Sleaford
Slough - High Street
South Shields
Southampton - Bitterne
Southampton - Centre
Southampton - Shirley
Southend
Southport
St Annes
St Helens
St Neots
Stockton-on-Tees
Stourbridge
Stourport-on-Severn
Stowmarket
Stratford-upon-Avon
Sutton Coldfield
Sutton-in-Ashfield
Swadlincote
Swindon
Talbot Green
Taunton
Teignmouth
Telford
Thurrock - Lakeside S/C
Tiverton
Torquay
Totton
Tring
Trowbridge
Tunbridge Wells
Wallasey
Walsall
Warrington
Washington
Waterlooville
Watford
Wellingborough
Wellington
Wembley
West Bridgford
West Bromwich
West Wickham
Weymouth
Whitby
Whitehaven
Whitstable
Widnes
Wigan
Winchester
Winsford
Wisbech
Witham
Woking
Woodbridge
Workington
Worksop
Wrexham

GBP 5
Abergavenny
Barry
Bridgwater
Bridport
Bristol - City Centre
Bristol - Clifton
Bristol - Fishponds
Bristol - Keynsham
Bristol - Kingswood
Bristol - Knowle
Catford
Chepstow
Cirencester
Devizes
Diss
Droitwich
East Grinstead
Edgware - Broadwalk Centre
Edgware Road - Marble Arch
Egham
Erith
Fakenham
Goole
Great Yarmouth
Hoddesdon
Lisburn
Llandudno
London - Beckenham
London - Bethnal Green
London - Bexleyheath
London - Clapham Junction
London - Ealing Broadway
London - East Ham
London - Enfield
London - Fulham
London - Holborn
London - Islington
London - Kilburn
London - London Wall
London - Morden
London - Muswell Hill
London - New Malden
London - Palmers Green
London - Peckham
London - Penge
London - Queensway
London - Strand
London - Stratford
London - Surrey Quays
London - Tooting
London - Tottenham Court Road
London - Twickenham
London - Victoria
London - Walthamstow
London - Walworth
London - Wandsworth
London - West Ealing
London - Wimbledon
London - Woolwich
Mold
Nailsea
Poole
Portishead
Rickmansworth
Ross on Wye
Selby
South Harrow
Staines
Stamford
Street
Swansea
Thetford
Uckfield
Waltham Cross
Wilmslow
Wokingham
Yeovil

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cmoi
ostinato
You're better off going to an Independent according to a recent Which? magazine survey.

Depends on the independent, mine had very old equipment and very expensive frames (nothing under £300...).
MaffMaff
was under the impression that specsavers always offer free test I know I've never paid for one
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Free Eye Test Or £10 @ Specsavers Until 29th November 2014

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1. Go to www.specsavers.co.uk 2. Find a store or request an appointment 3. Search the store 4. Click on your store and at the top of the page it should say £10 or free. (It might be free, you don't kn…
Aaron_QPR AvatarAaron_QPR1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago17 Comments
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JamesWilliamTennant
WICKED MATE, LOVING THE DEAL, HEAT GIVEN <3
meraip
Not Free everywhere you can discuss it to get for free eg buying glasses from there or pricematch their stores and or Tesco or other retailers. It does work. ;)
PhoenixRoar
owens101
PhoenixRoar
nothing online for Southampton West Quay branch

Southampton is free too :)

http://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/southampton/free-eye-test

Ah great, thanks for that! have some comment heat :)
Teepeezee
free in Barnsley

Edited By: Teepeezee on Nov 01, 2014 17:02
Guardianangel
I went today, booked my appointment last week, and was expecting to pay but at the till, I was told that it was free! Bonus!! This was the Hampton branch in Peterborough
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Free glasses case instore @ Specsavers Orpington

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free glasses case... just pick up from outside store.... don't even need to go in. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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kimplix
I had to tilt my head left for this
Should've gone to...
gavin1
Been outside my town branch, probably more as they have an excess of stock in store than anything national.
burntsmell
Should have gone to Specsavers...oh wait..:p
ahfh1
kimplix
I had to tilt my head left for this


lol sorry about that .... the HUKD app doesn't allow u to rotate the photo!
ahfh1
This is in Orpington on the high street. Not sure if its just a local deal....I passed by yesterday during my lunch break. Still had lots of cases. Good for taking on holiday and leaving on the beach, goggles etc.
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Free sight test @ Specsavers Abbeycentre

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Just had a Free Eye test at Specsavers Abbeycentre. Its apparently been on for the past year and will be on for foreseeable future. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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billyboy1
free in Tesco as well.
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Free Eye Test Voucher @ Specsavers

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FREE EYE TEST Valid for one test booked on or before the date and store listed below. Present voucher at time of test. Cannot be exchanged for cash, used with other vouchers or redeemed by customers a…
Leachiano1 AvatarLeachiano11y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago11 Comments
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samnap
how to exchanged specsavers voucher to cash
COJones
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COJones
I know it's dependent on the store itself, however I got an eye test from specsavers for 'free' a few months back - I was convinced the test was crap and the prescription wrong so had a recheck (free) at Tesco - and it was - If i'd stuck with that, it'd certainly not have been free in the long run!

Two eye tests are never going to be the same, they should be in a similar range however.

Erm...really? My basic premise though - you are able to see clearly through the prescribed lenses in comfort - so if your eyes require a certain stength prescription, it should be the same wherever you go - very strange comment!

It's not strange at all,
go to the same place twice for an eye test, the values they give will most likely differ ever so slightly,
you may want to do some research.

Ha ha - yep, my research - CAN I FEKKING SEE PROPERLY WHEN I USE THE PRESCRIPTION THEY SUPPLY!!! Now jog on!

Low IQ detected. Ironic given that research tends to infer that those with impaired vision on average are more intelligent.

Yawwwn - if you only knew. :D now...shhhhhhh!

Edited By: COJones on Sep 22, 2014 22:32: .
dankuvermach
COJones
dankuvermach
COJones
dankuvermach
COJones
I know it's dependent on the store itself, however I got an eye test from specsavers for 'free' a few months back - I was convinced the test was crap and the prescription wrong so had a recheck (free) at Tesco - and it was - If i'd stuck with that, it'd certainly not have been free in the long run!

Two eye tests are never going to be the same, they should be in a similar range however.

Erm...really? My basic premise though - you are able to see clearly through the prescribed lenses in comfort - so if your eyes require a certain stength prescription, it should be the same wherever you go - very strange comment!

It's not strange at all,
go to the same place twice for an eye test, the values they give will most likely differ ever so slightly,
you may want to do some research.

Ha ha - yep, my research - CAN I FEKKING SEE PROPERLY WHEN I USE THE PRESCRIPTION THEY SUPPLY!!! Now jog on!

Low IQ detected. Ironic given that research tends to infer that those with impaired vision on average are more intelligent.
thehottest
COJones
dankuvermach
COJones
dankuvermach
COJones
I know it's dependent on the store itself, however I got an eye test from specsavers for 'free' a few months back - I was convinced the test was crap and the prescription wrong so had a recheck (free) at Tesco - and it was - If i'd stuck with that, it'd certainly not have been free in the long run!

Two eye tests are never going to be the same, they should be in a similar range however.

Erm...really? My basic premise though - you are able to see clearly through the prescribed lenses in comfort - so if your eyes require a certain stength prescription, it should be the same wherever you go - very strange comment!

It's not strange at all,
go to the same place twice for an eye test, the values they give will most likely differ ever so slightly,
you may want to do some research.

Ha ha - yep, my research - CAN I FEKKING SEE PROPERLY WHEN I USE THE PRESCRIPTION THEY SUPPLY!!! Now jog on!

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COJones
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COJones
I know it's dependent on the store itself, however I got an eye test from specsavers for 'free' a few months back - I was convinced the test was crap and the prescription wrong so had a recheck (free) at Tesco - and it was - If i'd stuck with that, it'd certainly not have been free in the long run!

Two eye tests are never going to be the same, they should be in a similar range however.

Erm...really? My basic premise though - you are able to see clearly through the prescribed lenses in comfort - so if your eyes require a certain stength prescription, it should be the same wherever you go - very strange comment!

It's not strange at all,
go to the same place twice for an eye test, the values they give will most likely differ ever so slightly,
you may want to do some research.

Ha ha - yep, my research - CAN I FEKKING SEE PROPERLY WHEN I USE THE PRESCRIPTION THEY SUPPLY!!! Now jog on!
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Free hearing test at Spec Savers

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Hearing loss usually happens later in life and occurs gradually, so if you are over 50 it is important to have your hearing tested regularly. At Specsavers, one of our qualified hearing professionals
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cazbie16
First time I've posted a link, hope it works

http://www.specsavers.co.uk/hearing/hearing-aids/nhs-hearing-aids
cazbie16
I'm sure I saw outside my specsavers it says they now do NHS hearing aids and tests? I could be wrong??
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Azureus
Mostly they will not hand over your prescription (they have sales targets after all) so unless you plan to buy from them don't bother. Just a sales gimmick.
But people can always turn around and say 'no', I've done it with eye tests (had eye test in Boots, bought glasses elsewhere)
Azureus
Mostly they will not hand over your prescription (they have sales targets after all) so unless you plan to buy from them don't bother. Just a sales gimmick.
jamming
filled the details out yesterday got a call they said they got a screen where u can do a three min test but they don't just do hearing test????????////:(
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Free Eye Test At Specsavers

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This is only valid for 1 eye test either booked on or before the 31st of August
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Why do people always take their single experience and apply it to the whole company? Yes, in some cases the negative experiences outweigh the positive and those businesses don't tend to last very long but Specsavers didn't become one of the biggest names in this field in the UK because they mess most peoples prescriptions up.
Maybe people "take their single experience and apply it to the whole company" because it's all that person has to go by, so they're just letting people know how they got on :)
ksharma96
eye test is free if you buy glasses from them after..well thats what happened with me
puddy38
My auntie went to specsavers and after having trouble with her vision went to another option. Lucky she did as she was going blind with glaucoma that specsavers missed! So not a single experience, and I have heard of others. On the other hand, my optician at specsavers actually saved my sight so it's swings and roundabouts really which seems to be the norm for most health care these days sadly.
mixandmatchfash
is this really just for one free eye ball test?? or will it be both of my eyes!
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Free eyetest using voucher @ SpecSavers

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Free eyetest at Specsavers.Copy and print voucher.
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deanoh11
When I click 'request appointment' at my local store, it justs ask me for my details, probably to send an email. No sign of any voucher...Am I doing something wrong???
http://www.specsavers.co.uk/free-eye-test

if you go onto your settings on your brower if you are on chrome its on the right hand side with the three lines scroll down and just press print (well thats what i will try)
mighty mugger
OMG I just went for a eyetest and got charged £22. Could have saved £22. Damn.
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deanoh11
When I click 'request appointment' at my local store, it justs ask me for my details, probably to send an email. No sign of any voucher...Am I doing something wrong???

instead of clicking on "request appointment" click on the store itself from the list of nearest stores,this will open a new window and if their is a voucher available for that store it will be just above the map,
deanoh11
When I click 'request appointment' at my local store, it justs ask me for my details, probably to send an email. No sign of any voucher...Am I doing something wrong???
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