Ted Baker prescription glasses for £30 - normally £139 @ SpeckyFourEyes 5.25% TCB / 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Ted Baker prescription glasses for £30.00 - normally £139 @ SpeckyFourEyes 5.25% TCB / 5% Quidco

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Ted Baker prescription glasses for £30 (normally £139), and Ted Baker prescription sunglasses are available for £40 (normally £149). Just enter the code LOVETED at the checkout Delivery is free… Read More
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8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago
Ted Baker prescription glasses for £30 (normally £139), and Ted Baker prescription sunglasses are available for £40 (normally £149).

Just enter the code LOVETED at the checkout

Delivery is free and takes 7-20 working days.

Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames (bifocal, varifocal or thin lenses cost extra).

Courtesy of MSE!
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#1
Coming up as an extra £9 for prescription lenses
banned#2
hot, I already have glasses
banned#3
Sorry if this sounds stupid. How do I know what type of lenses I need as I have always had the same pair that the opticians fitted for me?
1 Like #4
MrScotchBonnet
Sorry if this sounds stupid. How do I know what type of lenses I need as I have always had the same pair that the opticians fitted for me?
You can ask the optician for a copy of your prescription, that has all the details you need on
#5
Thank you !
1 Like #6
Typical Delivery takes at least 6 Weeks so be warned! But I have to say they were well worth the wait. I ordered the SuperDry Frames on last promotion and when they eventually arrived I was very pleased. Remember if you don't opt for the Specky Packages they will then email you after a day or so asking you If you'd like to opt for the Specky 2 Package at a discounted rate of £9. I went for this and they waived my out of prescription cost kindly.

They only answer their phone on some days too so not all the time. But If you're patient then It's well worth the deal.
#7
sofiasar
hot, I already have glasses


No contact lens?
#8
excellent!! cheers!!
#9
cheers OP, nice find.
#10
Any idea on how long this deal's on for?
#11
Coming out to 49 for the prescription sunglasses for me - are others seeing the same?
#12
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
#13
matwalaboy
Coming out to 49 for the prescription sunglasses for me - are others seeing the same?
if you don't add any extras it shouldn't be £49
1 Like #14
Nab7
Any idea on how long this deal's on for?


31st Oct
#15
Gollywood
Nab7
Any idea on how long this deal's on for?
31st Oct
Thanks
#16
Nab7
matwalaboy
Coming out to 49 for the prescription sunglasses for me - are others seeing the same?
if you don't add any extras it shouldn't be £49
Just added the prescription details - will check again.
#17
red23
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
Care to elaborate?
#18
fellowsuk
red23
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
Care to elaborate?

How do you know the glasses will suit you, fit your face etc? or does that not matter because its designer?
1 Like #19
Cheers £33 for me as i forked out the extra £3 for the designer case and cloth -pushing the boat out
#20
red23
fellowsuk
red23
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
Care to elaborate?

How do you know the glasses will suit you, fit your face etc? or does that not matter because its designer?


If you've worn Ted Baker specs before and know all your prescription details then why not?

I know opticians will say how wrong it is to buy specs online but are they really offering a service that is worthy of the H U G E mark up on their in store glasses?

I get my eyes tested by them. They've done their bit.

And before you say, no I wouldn't buy teeth online... :D

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 26, 2016 19:46: typhoo tea
1 Like #21
Super- heat added. Been looking for some prescription glasses for months. Tried some ted baker ones on in a high street opticians but didn't like the price they were charging. Found similar ones on this site. This is much better!
1 Like #22
Gollywood
red23
fellowsuk
red23
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
Care to elaborate?
How do you know the glasses will suit you, fit your face etc? or does that not matter because its designer?
If you've worn Ted Baker specs before and know all your prescription details then why not?
I know opticians will say how wrong it is to buy specs online but are they really offering a service that is worthy of the H U G E mark up on their in store glasses?
I get my eyes tested by them. They've done their bit.
And before you say, no I wouldn't buy teeth online... :D

You're absolutely right. The people in the front of the shop are just salespeople. The salespeople send the orders away to be made elsewhere. Buying on the Internet is disintermediation.

Saves a fortune. I can't believe how much high street opticians want to charge for frames and lenses. I do wish that some websites would be clearer about whether frames have sprung hinges or not though.
1 Like #23
Disintermediation....no idea what it means but happy if it's a good thing!
musical
Gollywood
red23
fellowsuk
red23
hot deal no doubt, but glasses are just one of those things that are a stupid thing to buy online.
Care to elaborate?
How do you know the glasses will suit you, fit your face etc? or does that not matter because its designer?
If you've worn Ted Baker specs before and know all your prescription details then why not?
I know opticians will say how wrong it is to buy specs online but are they really offering a service that is worthy of the H U G E mark up on their in store glasses?
I get my eyes tested by them. They've done their bit.
And before you say, no I wouldn't buy teeth online... :D
You're absolutely right. The people in the front of the shop are just salespeople. The salespeople send the orders away to be made elsewhere. Buying on the Internet is disintermediation.
Saves a fortune. I can't believe how much high street opticians want to charge for frames and lenses. I do wish that some websites would be clearer about whether frames have sprung hinges or not though.

Disintermediation....no idea what it means but happy if it's a good thing!
#24
Are the sunglasses polarised?
#25
adamwilko007
Are the sunglasses polarised?

Sorry mate, don't know what that means if I'm honest
#26
Hmm, free delivery is not coming up for me. I get 2 options, Royal Mail standard for £4.99 or Royal Mail special delivery for £9.99
#27
iLikeDiscount
Hmm, free delivery is not coming up for me. I get 2 options, Royal Mail standard for £4.99 or Royal Mail special delivery for £9.99

It automatically adds £4.99, so you go through the checkout process until you get to 'Stage 3 / Delivery' option & click on Royal Mail £4.99 option. When you move to Stage 4, it will deduct the £4.99 giving you a total of £30
#28
Gollywood
iLikeDiscount
Hmm, free delivery is not coming up for me. I get 2 options, Royal Mail standard for £4.99 or Royal Mail special delivery for £9.99
It automatically adds £4.99, so you go through the checkout process until you get to 'Stage 3 / Delivery' option & click on Royal Mail £4.99 option. When you move to Stage 4, it will deduct the £4.99 giving you a total of £30

Perfect, just as you said; it gets removed. Ordered the £2 Ted Baker case too. Heat.
1 Like #29
Gollywood
adamwilko007
Are the sunglasses polarised?
Sorry mate, don't know what that means if I'm honest

For info they do it is £50 on top

Polarised lenses block 99.7% of glare from reflected light which makes a huge difference when driving - annoying windscreen reflections and glare from the sun reflecting off other vehicles will be a thing of the past. You'll also notice a huge difference around water and snow so they are perfect for coastal holidays and water activities.
#30
the sunglasses do not even have a uv400 coating without paying £59 for specky 3 , that is a bit rubbish!
#31
Thanks, just bought a pair of premium specs for peanuts. Awesome deal.
#32
Was going to get some as sunglasses but without uv 400 that's pretty pointless I guess!
#33
tom_g
Was going to get some as sunglasses but without uv 400 that's pretty pointless I guess!

Not sure how they can class them with sunglasses without it :S
#34
tom_g
Was going to get some as sunglasses but without uv 400 that's pretty pointless I guess!

It clearly states that the tints are UV400 when choosing the tint.
#35
tom_g
Was going to get some as sunglasses but without uv 400 that's pretty pointless I guess!

Not sure where you got that from. The Sunglasses tints are UV400
#36
True, had only gone through to the coating options and read further up a comment regarding only having uv in the £59 lenses so crossed wires!
#37
Need to get my first ever pair of varifocal glasses.
Any advice on what's good and what to avoid would be appreciated.
1 Like #38
sully01
Need to get my first ever pair of varifocal glasses.
Any advice on what's good and what to avoid would be appreciated.

Additional £75 for varifocal lens on these frames, so takes it to £105.

Might be worth getting a quote from your High St opticians to see how they compare
2 Likes #39
Gollywood
sully01
Need to get my first ever pair of varifocal glasses.
Any advice on what's good and what to avoid would be appreciated.
Additional £75 for varifocal lens on these frames, so takes it to £105.
Might be worth getting a quote from your High St opticians to see how they compare

If you want varifocals, Asda opticians is the place to go. 2 'designer' pairs of varifocals for £99 with coatings and tint if you want. 2 pairs of 'premium' varifocals for £159 with coatings and optional tint. You can even buy a pair of varifocals with coatings and optional tint for £40 from the value range. My wife got two pairs of Karl Lagerfeld varifocals for £99 and they are very good.
1 Like #40
Delivery isn't being taken off even at step 4.

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