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Specsavers Opticians London - Surbiton - Free eye test voucher

Instructions:Free eye test voucher just use there store page linked here and show it too them  
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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
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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 test at Specsavers - valid until 31st 2016

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Free eye test at specsavers. Do a decent job. I know staines is free using 8303 and am sure other branches are also free using the same code. Plenty of slots available in different locations because p…
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yep, it's £10 there https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/bracknell

I would encourage everyone to check on the website before going to the branch with the voucher.
i took the voucher to Bracknell branch and unfortunately they did not accept it. the voucher code is specific to branch as each and every branch is owned by a different franchisee.
A lot of employers are obliged to provide free eye tests if you use display screen equipment as part of your job - however you may find you get a voucher for a national chain anyway.

http://www.hse.gov.uk/msd/faq-dse.htm

I haven't had a problem with specsavers - I had a test a few days ago and the optician was fine and didn't try to sell me new glasses as I didn't need them clinically. The same with my contact lens check - we had already calculated a while back lens mail wasn't economic and I pay for my checks rather than a subscription service. I think it depends on the staff the same with any chain.

I would say I had a terrible time with my local Tesco optician though - like I said, I think it depends on the staff/chain

Edited By: sherry4283 on Dec 19, 2016 21:02
Highly recommend goggles4u if buying online. Pretty much have good promotions all the time aswell
Go to Tesco always free and great deals plus clubcard points
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Clip on Kingland LED Desk Lamp 2-Level Dimmable 24 Eye-Care LED (Cool/Warm White LEDs) USB Table Lamp 5W for £14.99 Prime Only Sold by Kingland and Fulfilled by Amazon i (lightning deal)

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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…
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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
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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.
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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...
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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 Eye Test at SpecSavers, Pocklington, East Yorkshire

Instructions:Normally £25, print off the voucher on the main page and take with you to your appointment. Valid until 31 December 2016.  
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aren't eye tests free these days?
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Free eye test @ specsavers Morley Leeds

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Free eye test Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smartphone or tablet in store named below. Cannot be exchanged for cash, us…
kramvic Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago24 Comments
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They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield

Bambibear
kramvic
Spasho
They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield
Cheers BB, my mum has and my grandad had glaucoma so should be eligible for a free test. Either way I can claim it back through private medical insurance if they refuse.
Thanks.
kramvic
Spasho
They tend to give free eye tests anyway.
Oh right, so I have an eye test with them coming up at Pinstone st Sheffield, can you show me online where it states free? Cheapest I can see is a voucher for a £10 eye test.
Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below.
https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield
25897456456811
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​I admitted nothing of the sort if you actually read my first post.
Never have I said that I have signed form GOS1 and in fact I pointed out that I have been totally upfront.
Might I suggest an eye test could be of benefit?
Sorry to just query this but perhaps I'm misreading your first post but when you state-
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
First, I have never been asked for proof (although potentially a person could have to provide it). Second, I have explained that my mother (diagnosed with glaucoma several years ago) has no genetic relationship to me whatsoever. Despite this they insist that I get the free tests. No wonder the NHS is going down the pan! Naturally, I wouldn't encourage anyone to abuse this information.
...the natural inference is that you're claiming an NHS sight test despite knowing that you're not at risk of a family history of glaucoma. If you read that blue form posted above (especially the last signing liability clause) then you'd be on tenuous grounds for an accurate claim. Of course if you're not signing that form then it's not an NHS sight test (as the NHS isn't paying for it without that claim form) and you're getting a free test at Specsavers expense and it's nothing to do with the NHS observations you make.
It does read as if you're playing the NHS sight test system in that post, whether that's a misinterpretation something else. Although this has kind of devolved away from the point, and if not blue forms were signed then the point is completely moot.
I didn't read any reference to the GOS1 form. Neither did I get the impression they were "playing the system", quite the opposite in fact. Maybe you should take up the deal yourself. :p

Edited By: s24adm on Nov 09, 2016 08:52
25897456456811
MrBeansDrivingInstructor

​I admitted nothing of the sort if you actually read my first post.
Never have I said that I have signed form GOS1 and in fact I pointed out that I have been totally upfront.
Might I suggest an eye test could be of benefit?

Sorry to just query this but perhaps I'm misreading your first post but when you state-
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
First, I have never been asked for proof (although potentially a person could have to provide it). Second, I have explained that my mother (diagnosed with glaucoma several years ago) has no genetic relationship to me whatsoever. Despite this they insist that I get the free tests. No wonder the NHS is going down the pan! Naturally, I wouldn't encourage anyone to abuse this information.

...the natural inference is that you're claiming an NHS sight test despite knowing that you're not at risk of a family history of glaucoma. If you read that blue form posted above (especially the last signing liability clause) then you'd be on tenuous grounds for an accurate claim. Of course if you're not signing that form then it's not an NHS sight test (as the NHS isn't paying for it without that claim form) and you're getting a free test at Specsavers expense and it's nothing to do with the NHS observations you make.

It does read as if you're playing the NHS sight test system in that post, whether that's a misinterpretation something else. Although this has kind of devolved away from the point, and if not blue forms were signed then the point is completely moot.


​As you have accurately quoted, I have pointed out that I have told them I have no genetic relationship and yet they insist that I have a free test. Not once have I tried to "play the system". If anything, the opposite is true.
1- Specsavers give free tests often, as do Vision Express etc
2- Some are entitled to free NHS sigh tests.
BUT you will never ever see a blue form in Specsavers, I used to work there years ago.
Then I was a customer, not any more. Shambles.
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Specsavers - Free Eye Test

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Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering. Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your sma…
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use the Web address for bristol and change bristol to hammersmith
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Does anyone know how you change the location on the voucher?
I'm looking to get a free test at the hammersmith branch which appears on the list but don't know how to change voucher to show correct store...

Search for your store, have a look here: Hammersmith
Does anyone know how you change the location on the voucher?
I'm looking to get a free test at the hammersmith branch which appears on the list but don't know how to change voucher to show correct store...
Thanks for sharing - if you just type in your location (for example in the example given which was Bristol, I just changed it to my location in the address bar) it works and brings up the voucher :)

TightKiwi

Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering.
Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this voucher on your smartphone or tablet in store named below. Cannot be exchanged for cash, used with other vouchers or redeemed by customers already entitled to a free NHS-funded eye test. One per person.
CODE 8303
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Members save 1/3 at Superdrug Opticians online

Instructions:Members save a third on glasses. Enter code MEMBER at checkout. Free delivery when you spend £30.  
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10% off code for first purchase at Superdrug Opticians

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Free eye test worth £25 at boots

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Heat added, although I feel sorry for the staff as they are a terrible company to work for I've heard.
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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…
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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…
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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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Helium Prescription Glasses £30.00 - Superdrug Online Opticians - Ideal for Penalty Takers under pressure - 10% off code SDNEW10

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+ FREE Single Vision Lenses & Coatings + FREE Delivery / Collect from Store 100% Satisfaction. Guaranteed 10% off code SDNEW10 If you're not happy with your glasses, for any reason (includ…
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Same frames on Selectspecs for a tenner.
They'd still have the problem of applying them to the face. As they approached the nose, they'd potentially stutter and send them flying over the eyes high onto the forehead.
Clearly not Italian designer frames then!
Lol I see what you did there! :D have some heat!
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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…
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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."

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Free book in Boots Opticians

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Boots opticians offers free book to check your child's eyesight.
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already posted I'm afraid
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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…
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FREE EYE TEST at Specsavers - usually £19

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Free eye test usually its £19 - you can book an eye test and be seen within the week!
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Back on again, need to pick your store and the voucher is on the page of the store specific pages. Valid until 30th Sept 2016.
Always free at Tesco opticians.
Her_Indoors
I used Specsavers to get a free eye test, and went to my usual opticians to get the glasses.... using Specsavers prescription.
Only trouble was the prescription was completely wrong and I wasted hundreds of pounds having glasses which I cannot see out of!!
Would never use them again.
One of the few occasions where FREE really did prove to be too expensive in the long run.

Because Optometrists often work on a locum basis, the same person testing your eyes on a Tuesday in Specsavers might be working in an Independent (or elsewhere) on another day. If your prescription was wrong it's not Specsavers fault....and because you bought elsewhere you have little recourse. It's always best to buy where you had your eyes tested in case problems do arise. Sight tests have a strong subjective element so issues may arise.
I used Specsavers to get a free eye test, and went to my usual opticians to get the glasses.... using Specsavers prescription.
Only trouble was the prescription was completely wrong and I wasted hundreds of pounds having glasses which I cannot see out of!!
Would never use them again.
One of the few occasions where FREE really did prove to be too expensive in the long run.
My experience been good so far. I use their free service for the last 6 years and there been no hard sell. The worse is they say have a look at their range on the display, whereby I say I'll come back when I have more time. On my last visit, there was no change to my prescription, even had a banter about it with the optician saying your sales people won't be happy with you today.

Perhaps it is different in certain areas.
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10% Off all Contact Lenses, Solutions and Eye Care Products using promo code @ Vision Direct

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Boots No7 Eye Care Collection back in stock £10.00

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No7 Eyecare Collection back in stock, only 43 available so be quick if you want this deal!
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Gone now
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Only 3 left now!!
6 left. Be quick. oO
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FREE EYE TEST with code @ specsavers

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Hi!!! Hope all is well. I just wanted to share with everyone what happened with me today. I was due an eye test for the past 3 years but could not afford it. Cut a long story short... my son dro…
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nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!
Anymore info on this? I was looking into this myself... instead of wearing contacts all the time!
sheldococo
nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!

It was that or continue to get steadily worse vision due to the lenses being prescribed by Specsavers. It was only when a new doc did my sight check and wondered why i hadn't had surgery yet (puts on shades) that my eyes opened :3
nja1
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )

My mate had botched eye surgery (from a reputable place) - not always the best choice!
Go to specsavers and get told your eyes are in bad shape. Buy glasses. Eyes get worse and worse. Continue to get told buying new glasses will fix your eyes. Its a trap (Escaped due to laser eye surgery :) )
I would prefer tesco for my eye test because its always free and I can also do my shopping after (or before) which saves me time
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£10 Printable Eye Test Voucher (Inc. Digital Retinal Photography) @ Boots Opticians

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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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Promo code "BLUEYES" is not valid.
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Strange, just tested it on FreshLook One Day
Subtotal £43.92 total Promotion -£5.27
Delivery £2.98
Total £41.63
Promo code "BLUEYES" is not valid.
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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 C…
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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.
Gazz59
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 @ Tesco opticians

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It's has been around for a while now, but this might save you a few pound's.
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blowbrown
Eye tests have be free in Scotland for years ;)
Not when you go it alone and the oil money runs our :-)
Who needs oil? We have an abundance of whiskey and wild haggis.
Aye and there's also the shortbread & Nessie!
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blowbrown
Eye tests have be free in Scotland for years ;)

Not when you go it alone and the oil money runs our :-)


Who needs oil? We have an abundance of whiskey and wild haggis.
blowbrown
Eye tests have be free in Scotland for years ;)

Not when you go it alone and the oil money runs our :-)
I do mine there for free every year
Wow didn't know Tesco had opticians. HEAT
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prescription glasses from £10.00 with free delivery @ SpeckyFourEyes

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TheGarage
I'm not getting Free Delivery with the Converse prescription glasses code.
​Oops. It was free. Hot deal.
they are the ones im going for too the big framed ones
TheGarage
I'm not getting Free Delivery with the Converse prescription glasses code.


​Oops. It was free. Hot deal.
I'm not getting Free Delivery with the Converse prescription glasses code.
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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 http://www.specsavers.co.uk/st…
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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 http://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores to find nearest store.
Thank you. Just got my free eye test for Edgware! (Needed it as 2 year check up so you just saved me 25 quid!)
nadalie
I can't seem to find the free eye test deal on their offers page, has it been removed?

Not all stores are showing the voucher. I queried this with 2 stores they said just bring it inand it will be honoured as my local only had the £10 eye test showing. Im not paying for air to be blown in my face. Hope that helps you.
mangomonkey
The link says a free "NHS Funded eye test". Aren't they just for people under 18, in full time education or on benefits?
Yes you do.
Only free if your on your last legs or your under 18 and still get funding from your parents!
Makes Sense... Not!
shazspice
Is this valid in all specsavers or is it store specific?


​it's store specific when I put my postcode in the closest store doesn't have this offer, but the second store does. sometimes they do send universal leaflets out for all branches.
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BlitzWolf® BW-LT1 Eye Care Protection Smart LED Rotatable Dimmable Desk Lamp Light 2.1A USB Charging £28.01 @ BangGood

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I think I have something similar which came from Hobbycraft..theirs are reduced to £15.00, it's an excellent light, I love mine.
http://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/re_chargeable-portable-lamp-white/603371-1000

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I'd buy from Amazon all day long over Bangood for the sake of £3.
There are loads similar available on Amazon for less. Not sure why you think they retail for double the deal price.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=led+desk+lamp&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Aled+desk+lamp
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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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Laser eye surgery wavefront lasik both eyes @ Groupon £1,395.00

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beanhead69
Please google the procedure and research thoroughly first. I almost went for it a few years ago as everyone says they had great eyesight 24hrs later. However, the bad stuff (bulging eyeballs, bad vision that glasses can't correct, etc) takes a few years longer to take hold.... I saw something in TV which was a convention for a few thousand of these type of optical surgeons - 90% wore glasses and none had the surgery themselves. I haven't resear h again since so hopefully things have come on since then.

Optical Surgeons rely on their perfect vision for their livelyhoods. I am friends with a couple, and they recommend laser surgery but wouldn't get it themselves as they would be out of work if the results weren't perfect. Something to think about if your job requires perfect vision. They also wear contacts - but only daily disposables (encouraged me to switch from monthly).
beanhead69
Please google the procedure and research thoroughly first. I almost went for it a few years ago as everyone says they had great eyesight 24hrs later. However, the bad stuff (bulging eyeballs, bad vision that glasses can't correct, etc) takes a few years longer to take hold.... I saw something in TV which was a convention for a few thousand of these type of optical surgeons - 90% wore glasses and none had the surgery themselves. I haven't resear h again since so hopefully things have come on since then.

The question to ask the surgeon who wears glasses performing the procedure. Why haven't you had it done?

I asked my optician (not a high street chain) about it and she said you would struggle to find someone who performs the procedure who has had it done. I never thought about it after that. I know folk who have had it done and 10 yrs on no problems.
http://i.imgur.com/dDFsr7f.jpg
melcarroll
I had my eyes lasered by Optimax in Peterborough 5 years ago. I had Lasek rather than Lasik as the possible complications listed for Lasik were about 3 pages long compared to the possible complications for Lasek. The difference is that for Lasik they cut a flap in the cornea before doing the laser part, I think most of the complications listed were to do with this flap. My surgery was very successful and I still have excellent vision 5 years later. I was 41 when I had the surgery and I was warned that I may need reading glasses after the surgery. That was not the case and I can still read small print OK now although I know I will need reading glasses soon. The only problem I had after surgery was quite dry eyes for a few months after the surgery. I certainly don't regret it and wish I had them done years ago. I have no comment about the company involved in this deal though.

Thanks for the info!
I don't think it's too many years until they can offer a better procedure than Lasek/Lasik so I'm just holding out for now :) It's a good success % but it's one of those things that, if luck is against you, your vision (and therefore, IMHO, quality of life) may be massively affected :( Come on researchers, I want less risk! :(

////rant.

:p
I had my eyes lasered by Optimax in Peterborough 5 years ago. I had Lasek rather than Lasik as the possible complications listed for Lasik were about 3 pages long compared to the possible complications for Lasek. The difference is that for Lasik they cut a flap in the cornea before doing the laser part, I think most of the complications listed were to do with this flap. My surgery was very successful and I still have excellent vision 5 years later. I was 41 when I had the surgery and I was warned that I may need reading glasses after the surgery. That was not the case and I can still read small print OK now although I know I will need reading glasses soon. The only problem I had after surgery was quite dry eyes for a few months after the surgery. I certainly don't regret it and wish I had them done years ago. I have no comment about the company involved in this deal though.
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Free Sample of Macushield eye care suppliment.

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Suppliment?
It contains Beeswax and Beeswax.
They must be really squeezing those bees dry.
Capsule Shell (Gelatin...

Means this may not be for us vegetarians/vegans...
They're forcing me to believe the hype oO:3. X)
Say what? Hot cos it's free but that marketing....
The active ingredients are antioxidants, but they also replenish macular pigment? If you're marketing them as soaking up free radicals, they can't then be repairing anything if they've already been used up
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Free Eye Test at Vision Express

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Register here and get a voucher emailed to you: https://www.visionexpress.com/free-eye-test-voucher/ Vision Express are supposed to a decent in depth eye exam with retinal photography that not eve…
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you can only get a half price test now
offer back for national road safety week.

apply by november 30th; redeem by december 31st, 2015.

http://www.visionexpress.com/road-safety-week/
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gorgo2015
I had this last Sunday.
Wasn't this posted multiple times already?
Didn't come up in the search. Was it a good eye exam? I heard it might be better than the usual specsavers / tesco, i never thought vision express do free tests but then this doesnt seem to be for a limited time only so perhaps they are changing their strategy
It was a very good test. The optician cannot care less if you're there for free or paying.
AndyJ78
ah right. maybe they had their wrists slapped and were told to change it. personally because of my experience I would avoid and use the other 2 but I am sure others will benefit from you posting. :)
You may also be thinking of optical express who I always thought were shady.
gorgo2015
I had this last Sunday.
Wasn't this posted multiple times already?
Didn't come up in the search. Was it a good eye exam? I heard it might be better than the usual specsavers / tesco, i never thought vision express do free tests but then this doesnt seem to be for a limited time only so perhaps they are changing their strategy
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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!
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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