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10% off ALL contact lenses at smartbuyglasses.. plus possible 5.75% cashback via TCB. LENS10

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Received an email from BuySmartGlasses earlier today mentioning 10% off all contact lenses until 11am tomorrow (12/7). I bought a 6 months supply for £140, as opposed to £210 elsewhere! This site is l… Read More
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ASDA Opticians Luxury Brands (choice of Armani /Gucci /Prada /Ralph Lauren/ Ray Ban) - Instore only - £150.00

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Asda Opticians now sell Luxury Brands - Armani, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Ray Ban - Instore only - £150 complete price per frame (Luxury) £150 Price includes 1 Luxury Frame (choice of Armani /Gucc… Read More
Asda Opticians now sell Luxury Brands - Armani, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Ray Ban - Instore only - £150 complete price per frame (Luxury) £150 Price includes 1 Luxury Frame (choice of Armani /Gucc…
tc_Joness Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Heat777
And seeing as we all know that these 'designer' frames are all made by one mega company, the only difference between these and the more expensive ones in other opticians would be the lens
I'd agree that the name on the frame is pretty meaningless - wherever you go. But if the gullible are happy to cross-subsidise my cheaper frames I'm happy with that.

The real bargain with Asda, though, is the inclusion of the varifocal and super-thin lenses within the price. Specsavers charge the earth for both - huge saving at Asda. They're not really geared up to compete in any other way with Specsavers at present (though the testing's fine and properly equipped) and the customer service is poor, but if you're happy to take them on if they get something wrong (which they do) and aren't too far from a branch, they're stunning value.
And seeing as we all know that these 'designer' frames are all made by one mega company, the only difference between these and the more expensive ones in other opticians would be the lens
Standard offer but great deal. Just got mine last month for £149 for 1 pair of premium and 1 pair of designer premium.
I am sure this has always been at this price in Asda. A great deal undoubtedly. Had a pair of super premium glasses with one pair of uv resistance done for £199 all inclusive done a few months ago . A absolute bargain compared to SpecSavers who were charging approx £500 for the same thing.
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32 Sets of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses £12.98 delivered @ Daysoft

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This is not a "deal" as such, this is their normal price for a months supply of lenses. I'm only posting it because some may not have heard of them before and it hasn't been posted for a long time. Read More
This is not a "deal" as such, this is their normal price for a months supply of lenses. I'm only posting it because some may not have heard of them before and it hasn't been posted for a long time.
bri1967 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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feel good are cheap

as are lenson esp for bulk orders

vision direct also

I also use https://www.lenstore.co.uk/request-your-appointment too as you get free sight test and contact lenses aftercare from vision express if you buy lenses on line with them

wearing toric dailies means mine cost a bit more so i shop around and stock up with whoevers cheapest

Edited By: mrwhitelabel on Mar 22, 2017 13:45
I always use Feel Good Contacts. £26 delivered for a three month supply of lenses (monthlies). Fabulous customer service and speedy delivery in the four years I've been using them.

Plus, Specsavers allow a free trial of their lenses every 12 months, so I use them to check over my eyes for free. Winner!
Used to be a strong believer in these but have now moved on to a different brand. Comfort-wise they were pretty much equal to start with but I found these tended to make my eyes feel dry sooner.
iliketodeal
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iliketodeal
Been using daysoft lenses for about 8 years or so and never had an issue. Comfortable daily disposables at a great price, I'd definitely recommend them!
Yep, me too. Been using them for 8/9 years and had no issues.
They did introduce 'Daysoft Silk' a few years ago which I tried and had issues with, went back to 'Daysoft Classic' and no issues whatsoever.
There's been times that a delivery has got lost in the post etc, I send them an email and they send me another batch with priority mail, can't fault the customer service.
Agreed.. their customer service is excellent


Hmmm, try getting a straight answer from them though, such as "how did you manage to release batches of lenses with incorrect pH if you conduct stringent tests?"...
the silk ones burn
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ASDA Opticians - the cheapest glasses EVER if you require super-thin lenses - they are FREE - 2 pairs £99.00

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Hi Folks, just a heads-up to other glasses-wearers out there who have to have super thin lenses due to their specific prescription. I'm long-sighted, around +5.5, and to get even a single pair of gl… Read More
Hi Folks, just a heads-up to other glasses-wearers out there who have to have super thin lenses due to their specific prescription. I'm long-sighted, around +5.5, and to get even a single pair of gl…
Nujol Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago121 Comments
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I am sorry if you have taken offence to what I said.
1. You have told me to read the thread a few times now. Thanks but I can read very well.
2. You said I "implied" things. Incorrect.

In both instances you're unfortunately 100% incorrect to say so.
You 100% said the "Presumably" statement. I urge you to read the thread and I look forward to your acceptance of what you wrote, no apology needed. So by denying the obvious you made it a playground.

No petty insults from me. Felt like it was time to lighten the mood.

All good here, keep up the good work X)
stan38
Nujol
stan38
As you correctly state it's a deals website then stick to facts about the deal and don't state things like:

"Presumably they trick people into getting them in some circumstances where it makes no perceptible difference."

If you have never had this experience then why state it? Does this comment not relate to opticians?

When did I "state the ASDA optician would not have given" you advice? You'll find I didn't.

There were a lot of people on here asking about what appropriate lenses they may need, so I added more professional advice, clearly not even using the word ASDA.

Sorry, optometry is a small world and I'm not the only optician to spot this thread and that comment.


Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread.

You implied that somehow ASDA opticians would not give such a good service, listing various things that should be done. And I am telling you the Asda optician did these.


Maybe you need your eyes retested then


!!!!!!

You joined HUKD to supposedly add your wisdom as an "expert" in this area, and within your first, what, 5 posts, have resorted to just throwing petty insults at me as the OP, an insult in fact specifically related to the medical condition I created this thread to assist people with. Playground stuff, or, depending how you look at it, offensive conduct.

Perhaps you should crawl back under whichever bridge you came from, as this thread will have helped hundreds of HUKD'ers save vast sums of money on their glasses.

Whether you like it or not, other people will read what you write and pass comment on it, especially if it makes little to no sense.

No insults from me, just a suggestion that you go back to patrolling your bridge, wherever it may be.
Nujol
stan38
As you correctly state it's a deals website then stick to facts about the deal and don't state things like:

"Presumably they trick people into getting them in some circumstances where it makes no perceptible difference."

If you have never had this experience then why state it? Does this comment not relate to opticians?

When did I "state the ASDA optician would not have given" you advice? You'll find I didn't.

There were a lot of people on here asking about what appropriate lenses they may need, so I added more professional advice, clearly not even using the word ASDA.

Sorry, optometry is a small world and I'm not the only optician to spot this thread and that comment.


Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread.

You implied that somehow ASDA opticians would not give such a good service, listing various things that should be done. And I am telling you the Asda optician did these.


Maybe you need your eyes retested then
stan38
As you correctly state it's a deals website then stick to facts about the deal and don't state things like:

"Presumably they trick people into getting them in some circumstances where it makes no perceptible difference."

If you have never had this experience then why state it? Does this comment not relate to opticians?

When did I "state the ASDA optician would not have given" you advice? You'll find I didn't.

There were a lot of people on here asking about what appropriate lenses they may need, so I added more professional advice, clearly not even using the word ASDA.

Sorry, optometry is a small world and I'm not the only optician to spot this thread and that comment.


Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread.

You implied that somehow ASDA opticians would not give such a good service, listing various things that should be done. And I am telling you the Asda optician did these.
anyone with flat nose bridge ever managed to get glasses from asda?

ps: my facial featues, so no joke please. be kind.
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Free eye tests in London at City Sight - The City University

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Eye Tests and Glasses City's newly refurbished City Sight Clinic offers free sight tests, contact lens fittings and aftercare. The clinic recently joined forces with Topcon, a manufacturer of optical… Read More
Eye Tests and Glasses City's newly refurbished City Sight Clinic offers free sight tests, contact lens fittings and aftercare. The clinic recently joined forces with Topcon, a manufacturer of optical…
Brabant66 Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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The voucher on the website does also say "...and the local community".
Maybe I misunderstand the meaning of alumni, but doesn't that exclude the vast majority of people from using this freebie?

http://www.city.ac.uk/health/facilities/city-sight
Free eye tests for City, University of London, staff and students

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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
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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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£5 cashback at Premier Vision Opticians (Bradford) (new patients only)

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Heard an advert on Pulse Radio. Premier Vision on John street Bradford are offering £5 cash back (yes crisp new waterproof fivers) to any new patient who has an eye test with them. It's part of so… Read More
Heard an advert on Pulse Radio. Premier Vision on John street Bradford are offering £5 cash back (yes crisp new waterproof fivers) to any new patient who has an eye test with them. It's part of so…
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So much for the profession lobbying for an increase in sight test fee when firms like these are handing money away!!
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Free eye tests from Vision Express

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Book your Free Eye Test appointment In just three easy steps you can book a Free Eye Test and help your vision last a lifetime: Find your local Vision Express store by entering your postcode. T… Read More
Book your Free Eye Test appointment In just three easy steps you can book a Free Eye Test and help your vision last a lifetime: Find your local Vision Express store by entering your postcode. T…
BenLBamford Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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Don't bother going to the Westfield Shepherd's Bush branch - They are more concerned on selling premium glasses that don't suit you and delaying the process of providing your prescription slip. You will know who the guys who work there are, they walk around Westfield with aviator shades on (this is an indoors shopping mall). Don't forget, most companies offer free eye tests via their VDU scheme as part of standard employee benefits.
Is this subject to NHS entitlement?
https://****/Nqqb8w
Thanks just requested an appointment - its been years since my last :(
I've just had my free eye test at VE. Very professional! But their lenses are too expensive. I'll buy my varifocals at Glasses Direct for £99.
Good deal, Vision Express are one of the best opticians in my experience.
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Free Tint (worth £20) With Buy One Get One Free Prescription Glasses (£65.00 Min) @ Tesco opticians

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I managed to lose my glasses at the weekend so popped into Tesco as have my prescription with them. I was planning to take advantaged of thier BOGOF offer and seen an advertisement on "free sunglas… Read More
I managed to lose my glasses at the weekend so popped into Tesco as have my prescription with them. I was planning to take advantaged of thier BOGOF offer and seen an advertisement on "free sunglas…
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Cheers. Booked an appointment.
Shame they don't have the Star Wars frames online any more https://www.tescoopticians.com/prescription-glasses/star-wars/

Found an article though https://www.tescoopticians.com/help-and-advice/tesco-opticians-blog/limited-edition-star-wars-glasses/

"Our limited edition adult’s frames come in two different designs and are available to buy both in-store and online. Each design features durable acetate plastic frames and brushed gunmetal sides, embossed with the iconic Star Wars™ logo at the temple. The sides are finished with comfortable plastic tips and feature either Kylo Ren or a row of stormtroopers on the inner arms."

https://www.tescoopticians.com/uploadedImages/5038271846046%20blog.png
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Designer glasses half price £150.00 @ Boots

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Boots are currently doing half price across a range of their designer sunglasses. £150 for one pair and then £75 for any additional pairs. 'Find great value at Boots Opticians with our designer gla… Read More
Boots are currently doing half price across a range of their designer sunglasses. £150 for one pair and then £75 for any additional pairs. 'Find great value at Boots Opticians with our designer gla…
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£10 Printable Eye Test Voucher (Inc. Digital Retinal Photography) @ Boots Opticians

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Instructions:Our £10 eye check offer helps you save money on our usual price of £25. Your eye check with us will include: A thorough eye health check including digital retinal photography, which helps us to monitor the health of your eyes Checks on your eyesight and advice from our professional optometris
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Myself and a work colleague were looking for a cheap eye test as our employer will cover the cost of a test upto £10 and this fitted the bill nicely, I know Tesco offer eye tests free as standard however it might be more convenient if you have a Boots Opticians closer and they also include the retinal photography as well.
http://www.boots.com/wcsstore/cmsassets/Boots/Library/Icon/Homepage/Opticians/2015/Reactive/March/boots_opticians_eye_check_voucher/boots_opticians_eye_check_voucher.jpg
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£40.00 all in for glasses; frames & thinner lenses from Asda Opticians - great for those with high index prescriptions!

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Asda offer range of glasses for men and women from £40. This is the complete price which includes: - Thinner lenses (This is the real money saver!) - Scratch Resistant Coating - Anti-reflective Coati… Read More
Asda offer range of glasses for men and women from £40. This is the complete price which includes: - Thinner lenses (This is the real money saver!) - Scratch Resistant Coating - Anti-reflective Coati…
GSP Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago142 Comments
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You must be the exception then.
They have tried THREE times to get one of my pairs right.
Specsavers?
I wish I'd gone to blooming POUNDLAND !!!
Never again.
Cyrano63
I got positive experience with ASDA Hyson Green. Order on Sunday, and the glass arrived next Friday.
I need thinner lenses (1.74) due to high prescription (-6 and -7), and £40 deal is the cheapest I can find. Even the online store is more expensive with the thinner lense.
Me too, I used a Colchester branch and have two pairs of varifocals that I am really pleased with and also really good value.
I got positive experience with ASDA Hyson Green. Order on Sunday, and the glass arrived next Friday.
I need thinner lenses (1.74) due to high prescription (-6 and -7), and £40 deal is the cheapest I can find. Even the online store is more expensive with the thinner lense.
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Pluun
cpayne58
I'll repeat MY earlier post/experience...
obviously not just one person having problems with Asda.
cpayne58 2 hours, 37 minutes ago #120
ok now it's at grrr! nearly five weeks since we ordered two pairs of specs each. our daughter ordered a pair too three weeks ago... mine came first... one pair great there other damaged, a week later replaced no problem but annoying. hubbies first pair came after THREE weeks. I phoned today regarding his other pair and order has been 'over looked'! they've been re ordered.... our daughters arrived quick but were faulty. lens was loose! actually popped out when girl in shop flexed them a bit! picking another pair up tomorrow.
so all in all not very impressed so far
** my husband's eventually turned up after five and a half weeks!
we had sight tests at Specsavers so can't comment on that.. just the people that make the glasses up for Asda? shame coz the price was much better than Specsavers :D
You're having a laff.
Don't you read Which? oO
PRIZE plum, er sorry...pluun
Drunk again, Gazza?
Pluun
cpayne58
I'll repeat MY earlier post/experience...
obviously not just one person having problems with Asda.
cpayne58 2 hours, 37 minutes ago #120
ok now it's at grrr! nearly five weeks since we ordered two pairs of specs each. our daughter ordered a pair too three weeks ago... mine came first... one pair great there other damaged, a week later replaced no problem but annoying. hubbies first pair came after THREE weeks. I phoned today regarding his other pair and order has been 'over looked'! they've been re ordered.... our daughters arrived quick but were faulty. lens was loose! actually popped out when girl in shop flexed them a bit! picking another pair up tomorrow.
so all in all not very impressed so far
** my husband's eventually turned up after five and a half weeks!
we had sight tests at Specsavers so can't comment on that.. just the people that make the glasses up for Asda? shame coz the price was much better than Specsavers :D
You're having a laff.
Don't you read Which? oO

PRIZE plum, er sorry...pluun
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Free Eye Test - Vision Express

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You can download a voucher for a free eye test from http://www.visionexpress.com as part of Road Safety Week. Usually they charge £25 for an eye test, so a pretty good deal! To claim the voucher, Read More
Instructions:You can download a voucher for a free eye test from www.visionexpress.com as part of Road Safety Week. Usually they charge £25 for an eye test, so a pretty good deal! To claim the voucher, you have to go to their road safety week page and you'll see the free eye test discount. Just got to type i
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Free eye test @ Boots

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Just booked tesco free eye test as it is closer to me than boots..but both freebies are great! Read More
Just booked tesco free eye test as it is closer to me than boots..but both freebies are great!
1234orange Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago10 Comments
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As mentioned before, it's only free if you purchase a pair of glasses. The £10 voucher works though, as I used that last week.
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arczi19
Hmm, where does it says that its free? Cant seem to find any info on it
Try google ...free eye test Boots


i have tried google and I could only find a voucher for an eye test for £10.

Where is the free offer? :(
Think its free if you spend more than £100 on glasses... Their is a £10 eye test voucher thought , cant find no free offer..

Edited By: bigjeremy on Oct 05, 2015 09:23
I've often wondered whether given that eye tests are free here in Scotland whether the take up rate is any higher or lower than in England.
arczi19
Hmm, where does it says that its free? Cant seem to find any info on it
Try google ...free eye test Boots
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FREE EYE TESTS FOR EVERYONE AT VISION EXPRESS

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FREE eye test for everyone from the 21st September to the 31st October at Vision Express. Register your details at https://www.visionexpress.com/free-eye-test-voucher/ For a voucher to use at all 400… Read More
FREE eye test for everyone from the 21st September to the 31st October at Vision Express. Register your details at https://www.visionexpress.com/free-eye-test-voucher/ For a voucher to use at all 400…
sarsar1 Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago23 Comments
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thanks
What happens after you've booked a test? Do they call you or send you a text?
Cheers just got a voucher and booked my eye test for next week :)
ashleyrunt
Do they give you a prescription or do you just have to get glasses from them ?
I went this afternoon and they gave me my prescription. By law they have to give you your prescription so you can go elsewhere or use it online to purchase glasses.
Do they give you a prescription or do you just have to get glasses from them ?
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Prescription glasses £14.95 inc postage! SUPERDRUG OPTICIANS

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If you have prescription (max 2 years old) you can have prescription glasses for 14.95 including postage (standard lenses, and a lot of frames to choose). Read More
If you have prescription (max 2 years old) you can have prescription glasses for 14.95 including postage (standard lenses, and a lot of frames to choose).
patya Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago7 Comments
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Wow, didn't know Superdrug did online glasses! One to go for if you're nervous about Goggles4U or Zenni Optical.
great deal
patya
Hopefully it works now
Works now, thanks :)
Hopefully it works now
Not working for me either
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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 Read More
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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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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Free Eye Test @ Optical Express

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I believe Tesco Opticians and Boots Opticians are offering free eye tests at the moment too. Read More
I believe Tesco Opticians and Boots Opticians are offering free eye tests at the moment too.
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Optical Express just pester you like mad if you do this by post and even more annoying by phone. My girlfriend has asked them to stop calling her numerous times and they still do. Avoid and use Specsavers or Tescos.
could not agree more. worse than a dog with a bone once they have got your details.
Optical Express just pester you like mad if you do this by post and even more annoying by phone. My girlfriend has asked them to stop calling her numerous times and they still do. Avoid and use Specsavers or Tescos.
You are correct OP.

I believe Specsavers randomly has this as free too at times?. :-)
Won't they just tell you that you have crap eyesight, so you have to buy specs?
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Free eye test at Tesco opticians, book online

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Only one active appointment is allowed per account and it must be for the account holder. The eye test An eye examination will normally take about 30 minutes and will include: Preliminary che… Read More
Only one active appointment is allowed per account and it must be for the account holder. The eye test An eye examination will normally take about 30 minutes and will include: Preliminary che…
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BundelKhandi
Was about to go for paid one at VisionExpress £25...
u save it!

Cheers mate!
Super heated!
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never go to vision express for a test, rip off merchants in my experience.
Was about to go for paid one at VisionExpress £25...
u save it!

Cheers mate!
Super heated!
:)
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They don't give you the PD measurement, easy to do with the help of someone else
Had my eye test today, they did PD measurement after my eye test :)
They don't tend to write it down

Yes same here, I had mine done 2 weeks ago and they never wrote the PD down, but i just measured it myself, looking against a mirror with a ruler.

Edited By: superspeedy on May 05, 2015 13:48
I had a decent eye test from Tesco in the past. My only issue was when I needed to replace a pair of glasses, I had lost my prescription and the store did not have an ophthalmologist on duty that day and would not have one available for a few days because of a bank holiday. Although the opticians in store were open they could not look at the computer and give me a copy. I had to go to boots and get my eyes retested so I could get some new glasses
6sjh
I've been a couple of times and got my contact lenses from here too. They're pretty good although you're in and out in far less than 30 minutes but open late and at weekends. Pretty good for a routine check up but if you hadn't been for a while or you were worried I'm not sure I'd recommend.

I hadn't had an eye test since I was a child, had quite a lengthy appointment :) really happy with the service at my local store (Southport)
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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).
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
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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Just to add, if you can't read the text when you click on the voucher link, you DEFINITELY need to print this off and get tested!
Haha, that's a good one! I got to get my eyes checked then :-)
alisonrutherford14
I thought eye tests were all free? They are in Scotland anyway.
no they are only free for diabetics and some other medical conditions like G;laucoma and for those on benefits,kids and students i think
I thought eye tests were all free? They are in Scotland anyway.
Haven't had an eye test in yonks.. this will do! =)

Cheers OP!!
specsavers can do most prescriptions on the same day, I had an eye test and two pairs of glasses all on the same day
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Thanx OP .. looks like I needs to get myself 1 of these Cards, huh?, lool. :-)

yeah ... you will get sevral other benifits as well.. and its totally free
Thanx OP .. looks like I needs to get myself 1 of these Cards, huh?, lool. :-)
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Don't go to optical express in croydon - I went with a free voucher for an eye test and they treated me like dirt and then gave me the wrong prescription. I will never go to them again !

If you feel that you had a poor eye test or was actually handed the wrong prescription then you can complain to the optician in store, however if the problem is still not resolved then you can complain to the Optical Consumer Complaints Service. Google occs for their website.
they called me the next day for an appointment, booked in.

went to my nearest branch, did tests (there's also a computer questionaire, with details eg home/next of kin/contact) & towards the end, i was asked for £30 for the test so showed the email confirming the voucher/appointment on my phone. enquiring about lens cost, i was advised about £100 + frame cost. they then email you an iScan test results (with prescription) the same day, so fairly painless.
Don't go to optical express in croydon - I went with a free voucher for an eye test and they treated me like dirt and then gave me the wrong prescription. I will never go to them again !
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Then comes the hard sell after the eye test.
Probably true for all Opticians as the professional fee is contained within glasses sales rather than actually paying the proper price for an eye examination. Without actually selling glasses those shops would shut down.
For something as important as your sight it's probably better to choose an Optician based quality of the eye exam rather than it's price....which is why independent Opticians often come out on top over production line massive franchise stores.

sadly my independent optician store has been swallowed by Boots…

Edited By: kippy on Feb 24, 2015 10:43
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Vanmeerkat
Then comes the hard sell after the eye test.
Probably true for all Opticians as the professional fee is contained within glasses sales rather than actually paying the proper price for an eye examination. Without actually selling glasses those shops would shut down.
For something as important as your sight it's probably better to choose an Optician based quality of the eye exam rather than it's price....which is why independent Opticians often come out on top over production line massive franchise stores.
Who do you think major supermarkets are hiring to do the job?? Haha
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I got Essilor Comfort varifocal lenses put into my own frames for £140 at Asda.
THANKS
I got Essilor Comfort varifocal lenses put into my own frames for £140 at Asda.
I just been got single lenses and frame for £1.20 with my NHS optical voucher. Bonus there was more tame to chose from in the £40 range then NHS.
I got a pair of varifocals a year ago from asda but could only see through the very bottom of the lens meaning I had to put my head in the air and look down to read so pretty useless.
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if ur looking for a sub standard quality lens then 40 quid is perfect for u. But im a qualified optician and I can tell u so many people come to me and complain about these cheap lenses. Remember you get what you paid for!

gadget_man
if ur looking for a sub standard quality lens then 40 quid is perfect for u. But im a qualified optician and I can tell u so many people come to me and complain about these cheap lenses. Remember you get what you paid for!
You don't always get what you pay for. In the case of glasses it's more a case of opticians charging what they can get away with. Specsavers used to be good value when the brand wasn't too well known. Now they're like Ryanair - a low lead-in price, with a pile of extras to get what you actually need. Well known brand = higher prices. Still about half the price of many small opticians, though, trading mainly on older customers who like the personal attention.
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Worked for me today - valid until Sept 2017
Deal got me to a £10 eye test June 2017
How does this work
Still working !!!!! November 2016

Thanks xxx
just used it.save 20 quid
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Free sight tests are false economy. Take advantage of a free or cheap sight test offer and be prepared to get the hard sell, be lied to and convinced to have a new pair of specs.
Go to an independent Optometrists. Pay around £25 for a thorough sight test with an Optometrist and staff who won't be on sales comission. At the end of the test you're likely to get an honest opinion whether you need to update your specs. Overall saving you money.
There's vouchers on the Specsavers website for free eye tests including digital retinal photography, and Vision Express waive the cost of the eye test if you buy glasses.

They've both got my prescription wrong in the past though...
Never been to boots
Are they any good ?
Not keen on specsavers or Vision Express.

Edited By: Pandamansays on Dec 13, 2014 16:57
Sorry £5
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Wortho
I had mine done with these a year and half ago, same price. So happy I did it aswel, customer service excellent, only downfall is instill get dry eyes are on the odd occasions in the morning. But I can get as many eye drops I want for life. Its much better than changing contacts everyday. I guess you just need to ask yourself, is it right for you before you go ahead.
Hi hun,
Just wondering if you still have your free drops?
I had my surgery 4 years ago and was told I had free lifetime aftercare, well my surgery has reversed so I called to make an appointment for them to check them and I was told I had to pay £50!!!!????
SCAMMERS!
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I had mine done with these a year and half ago, same price. So happy I did it aswel, customer service excellent, only downfall is instill get dry eyes are on the odd occasions in the morning. But I can get as many eye drops I want for life. Its much better than changing contacts everyday. I guess you just need to ask yourself, is it right for you before you go ahead.

Hi.

Yea sure, will have a search for you now.

I had my surgery just over 3 years ago. 1st may to be exact.

I popped in to my optical express 6 months ago and was told the same thing! I explained they told me it was eye care for life including free eye tests... to be told it was only while im signed on with them. Once your signed off as all treatement has worked. Thats it! Not a nice feeling as it's your eye's and promised free eye care for life!
Wortho
I had mine done with these a year and half ago, same price. So happy I did it aswel, customer service excellent, only downfall is instill get dry eyes are on the odd occasions in the morning. But I can get as many eye drops I want for life. Its much better than changing contacts everyday. I guess you just need to ask yourself, is it right for you before you go ahead.

Hi hun,

Just wondering if you still have your free drops?
I had my surgery 4 years ago and was told I had free lifetime aftercare, well my surgery has reversed so I called to make an appointment for them to check them and I was told I had to pay £50!!!!????
SCAMMERS!
Please add me on Facebook:

Vanessa Duck Roe

Please message me. Thanks do much for your help

Xxx
Wortho
I had mine done with these a year and half ago, same price. So happy I did it aswel, customer service excellent, only downfall is instill get dry eyes are on the odd occasions in the morning. But I can get as many eye drops I want for life. Its much better than changing contacts everyday. I guess you just need to ask yourself, is it right for you before you go ahead.
Was the consultation more than a half hour?
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Had mine done 5 times now oO with optical express, the vision is good. But the customer services is the worst I have ever come across with any company!

5 times??!! How come?

My eye sight kept deteriorating each time and when I asked why they said they purposely under treat patients... no one ever told me that though, if I had known when I started this 7 years ago I probably wouldn't have bothered! My latest surgery was February this year, so now hoping this one works!

One laser optomotrist told me if I had it done again I would go blind, then a few months later referred me to have the surgery for the fifth time, I bought this up with the surgeons team and they were disgusted that someone would say that to me as it wasn't true (obviously there is always a risk) but for someone who had already gone through the procedure 4 times at this point it was scary!

I'm not sure I have ever seen the same optician/optomostrist twice either, their staff turnover is so high, when we discussed this with a member of the reception staff they told us that the company was horrible to work for and they were looking for a new job at the time and gave me contact details for people in head office to complain!

Its a shame as I am pleased with my vision now, just annoyed I've had so much trouble with the company along the way, I've had so much trouble with their customer services and have gone as high up as the MDs right hand man.
I had mine done with these a year and half ago, same price. So happy I did it aswel, customer service excellent, only downfall is instill get dry eyes are on the odd occasions in the morning. But I can get as many eye drops I want for life. Its much better than changing contacts everyday. I guess you just need to ask yourself, is it right for you before you go ahead.
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Tesco optitions also do free eye tests (all the time)

Sadly no spelling tests.

brilliant ;)
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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).
Out of 698 stores, 309 are free, 76 are £5 and the others have no vouchers.

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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&#039;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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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...).
was under the impression that specsavers always offer free test I know I've never paid for one
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WICKED MATE, LOVING THE DEAL, HEAT GIVEN &lt;3
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. ;)
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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 :)
free in Barnsley

Edited By: Teepeezee on Nov 01, 2014 17:02
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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Excellent! Thank you :-)
Excellent, just tried it and valid until 27 December 2014.
Brilliant detective work !!! Thank you so much, that's my and Hubby's eye tests on Saturday covered :)
Thank you. Just got a free eye test in my home town.
Perfect, well spotted!
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free in Tesco as well.
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Any current deals on prescription goggles?
Just in case you fancy a scan through the local paper whilst having a swim?
Thanks B_T and OP...gonna head down there
Will ask at local
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got this in an email. simply cllck the link, complete the short form and Boots will instantly send you a voucher for your FREE eye Test. Valid until 1/9/14. Includes Digial Retnial Photography. Read More
got this in an email. simply cllck the link, complete the short form and Boots will instantly send you a voucher for your FREE eye Test. Valid until 1/9/14. Includes Digial Retnial Photography.
IWOOTN Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago34 Comments
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The voucher says 'Free eye check', does it mean I can still use it for an eye 'test'? Many thanks
Used it yesterday. Thanks OP.
Just finished my appointment with Boots using the voucher. Thanks OP
Thank you IWOOTN.
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Do they try to sell you their glasses when you do the eye test? Not sure about doing this as I might feel obligated to buy.


I got my prescription from boots opticians and they didn't pressure me into buying glasses, I just ordered cheaper ones online :)