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Tesco free eye sight test

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#1
excellent! well done!
#2
Link to pdf voucher.

TO THE CUSTOMER: This coupon can be redeemed once, entitling the
holder to a free sight test at any Tesco Opticians. Only one coupon per
customer. Offer is subject to availability, excludes NHS sight tests. Valid
in the UK and IOM only. Not redeemable through Tesco.com. This
coupon has no cash value. No change will be given. Copied, damaged
or defaced coupons will not be accepted. This coupon is and shall
remain the property of Tesco Stores Ltd and is not for resale or
publication. Free Sight Test EAN Details ean 5051790632808
Valid until 30/06/09
#3
fantastic find
#4
Thanks for putting the link up.1 st post so wasnt sure what to do
#5
thanks...heat added
#6
Since when have you had to pay? :?

I didn't pay anything when I had mine checked at Tescos.
#7
It's all free in Scotland baby...
#8
joeymcjoe
It's all free in Scotland baby...


Subsidised as usual by those "hated English" under the patently unfair Barnet Formula. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnett_formula

Money spent by the government per capita.

* England £7,121
* Scotland £8,623
* Wales £8,139
* Northern Ireland £9,385

Gotta love devolution right?
#9
Be a bit wary, My brother in-law had an eye test in tesco and they told him he needed glasses, after wearing them for two weeks he had really bad headaches. He then went to spec savers and they told him he didnt need glasses and his eyesight was perfect.
#10
Nassar;5433088
Be a bit wary, My brother in-law had an eye test in tesco and they told him he needed glasses, after wearing them for two weeks he had really bad headaches. He then went to spec savers and they told him he didnt need glasses and his eyesight was perfect.


Its always better to try to go to a good optometrist for your eye test, not some supermarket, although I must say that I am sure the Tesco Opticians are qualified optometrists (but might have graduated with a third class degree :-D)

I can recommend waiting for a Dolland & Aitchison offer, they do it several times a year where they offer free eye sight tests (and even give you supermarket points I believe). However, their glasses and contacts are horrendously expensive, so you should go there for the eye test with a view of going somewhere else to get your glasses.
#11
DrAllsopp
Subsidised as usual by those "hated English" under the patently unfair Barnet Formula. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnett_formula

Money spent by the government per capita.

* England £7,121
* Scotland £8,623
* Wales £8,139
* Northern Ireland £9,385

Gotta love devolution right?


London £8,404 - 114%

Londoners eh!
#12
That London number should be compared to how much taxes Londoners have to pay, which I reckon is more than half the national average after taking into account congestion charge, tube, and higher council taxes ;)
#13
all optometrists are qualified!!! they need tyo be to work-after doing a 3 yr uni course they do 1yr pre reg supervised.so maybe your bro in law had an optom with an off day. most of these places will use locums- who will do days in specsavers, boots, tesco d&a etc
#14
its the same everywhere really. also one good thing is if they get your number incorrect and you purchase lenses elsewhere based on it and you go back there, they have to give you a retest and if that number is different they have to pay for your new lenses..... Had this happen once due to a rubbish optometrist....
#15
Quoted £27.50 for an eye test the other day. Makes this worthwhile IF they do it correctly.

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