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Free Eye Test At Asda

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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
In the new edition of Asda's in store magazine on page 97, there is a voucher available for a free eye test at any Asda opticians.
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#1
Nice find uklads.

You can find the list of Asda opticians here - about 80 stores across the UK (closest one to me is about 50 miles away :-( )

http://www.asda-contactlenses.co.uk/optical_store_finder.html

Voted hot anyway!
#2
They are also doing a free contact lense trial (free contact lense test - and 1 months free trial)
#3
cheers nice find :thumbsup:
#4
Isn't everyone entitled to a free NHS sight test these days anyway? I went to my Optician on Monday and they told me it was free for all........
#5
scottc
Isn't everyone entitled to a free NHS sight test these days anyway? I went to my Optician on Monday and they told me it was free for all........


If you live in Scotland yes, otherwise :-

You are entitled to a free NHS sight test if you are:
[LIST]
[*]Under 16, or under 19 and in full time education
[*]Aged 60 or over (from age 60-70 it is one test every 24 months and over 70 it is one test every 12 months)
[*]Registered blind or partially sighted
[*]Diagnosed as having diabetes or glaucoma
[*]40 or over with a first degree relative with glaucoma, or you have been advised by an ophthalmologist that you are at risk of glaucoma
[*]Prescribed a complex lens[/LIST]You are also entitled to a free NHS sight test if you (or your partner) are receiving the following benefits or credits:
[LIST]
[*]Income Support or Income Based Job Seekers Allowance (not contribution based)
[*]Working Tax Credit and are named on a Tax Credit NHS Exemption Certificate
[*]Child Tax Credit and are named on a Tax Credit NHS Exemption Certificate
[*]You are named on a NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)[/LIST]
#6
good offer, but havent got one anywhere near me :-(
#7
voted warm! - none near me :/
#8
I always go to Asda. I buy my lenses and solutions there too. Brill prices
#9
thought their customer service was terrible, shocking even......

' should have gone to specsavers '

:roll:
#10
thats good its only 3 miles from me.
#11
Do students out of work get help with costs.

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