2 pairs of prescription glasses worth £98 for £19 + £3.95 delivery at Glasses Direct
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2 pairs of prescription glasses worth £98 for £19 + £3.95 delivery at Glasses Direct

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Found 9th Feb
Update 12/02 - back again

As the title says - get 2 pairs of prescription glasses from £19 at glassesdirect. Surprisingly there is actually quite a wide range too.

Essentially you get £30 off any pair of glasses you select (value of £49 and over) and then get a second pair free! Lovely

Use code GLASSES2FOR1

  • Enter code ‘GLASSES2FOR1’ at checkout for £30 off and free UK delivery, applicable to frames priced £49 and above, excluding frames marked as Boutique.
  • Free second pair offer applies when selecting a frame priced at £49 and above, excluding Boutique frames - please select your free second frame before completing your order. Free second pair can be up to the same value. Single vision basic lenses are included, however any additional coatings or thin lens options are chargeable on the free second pair.
  • Offer code cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount codes or on top of items marked-down/on sale.
  • Code expires 18/02/2018 @11.59pm.
  • Delivery times may vary, the majority of single vision orders are shipped within 7 days from order date, though during busy times this may extend up to 14 days. However please note that all time-scales are dependent on prescription complexity as well as additional extras chosen, such as thin lens options or lens coatings.
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As with every GD posting, just wait for the MSE voucher, last time around it was £15 for 2pairs with free delivery. Maybe the next voucher will be for £17, but it time soon for the free tints included.

Edit: I wasn't clear that I meant 2 pairs of glasses.
Edited by: "mcek" 9th Feb
mcek16 m ago

As with every GD posting, just wait for the MSE voucher, last time around …As with every GD posting, just wait for the MSE voucher, last time around it was £15 a pair with free delivery. Maybe the next voucher will be for £17, but it time soon for the free tints included.


Yyy which means two pairs for 30 compared to OP deal for 22.95
lucyferror20 m ago

Yyy which means two pairs for 30 compared to OP deal for 22.95


No, sorry, a pair of pairs. The voucher last time was £33 off and free delivery. Plus, not limited to new customers, as this deal is. I've been using the MSE coupon for years.

Ok, I've edited my previous comment.
And this one too. Of course.
Edited by: "mcek" 9th Feb
mcek9 h, 5 m ago

No, sorry, a pair of pairs. The voucher last time was £33 off and free …No, sorry, a pair of pairs. The voucher last time was £33 off and free delivery. Plus, not limited to new customers, as this deal is. I've been using the MSE coupon for years.Ok, I've edited my previous comment.And this one too. Of course.


I once bought something that was cheaper than it is now!! its called inflation, you could go blind waiting for that offer again
thomasleep35 m ago

I once bought something that was cheaper than it is now!! its called …I once bought something that was cheaper than it is now!! its called inflation, you could go blind waiting for that offer again


Have you looked at the other GD posts? The MSE voucher is quite often posted, and pops up every other month. Patience will see you through.
so....this is only good for those that received an email from GD?
There's also a half price code available in case you wanted to get some nicer looking more expensive frames. Still works with the 2 for 1 offer as well.

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I have used GD 4 or 5 times now, with various priced offers. Think most have paid is about £45 for 2 pairs having upgraded the lens options.

Their service has been consistently top notch and I wouldn't hesitate in recommending them.
What's an MSE voucher?
Thanks!
I’ve found through experience recently that where your eyes are concerned, whilst cheaper online there’s no substitute then going with a local high street optician.
In past month I’d received frames that don’t fit (despite being correct dimensions), broken frames through poor packaging, and incorrect PD distance used. Went to local optician, paid more or less double, I experienced a friendlier, personal service and came away with decent specs and my eyesight protected
Edited by: "joeydeacon" 12th Feb
I've used these a couple of times and had no problems. Just make sure the frames are the right size! Heat.
joeydeacon20 h, 56 m ago

I’ve found through experience recently that where your eyes are concerned, …I’ve found through experience recently that where your eyes are concerned, whilst cheaper online there’s no substitute then going with a local high street optician.In past month I’d received frames that don’t fit (despite being correct dimensions), broken frames through poor packaging, and incorrect PD distance used. Went to local optician, paid more or less double, I experienced a friendlier, personal service and came away with decent specs and my eyesight protected


I have very expensive glass from high street and to be honist I ware the ones from glasses direct more as they seem a lot better I paid £ 175 for high street one and £25 for 2 pairs from glasses direct can't fault them
Just ordered two pairs before midnight deadline and they also have free delivery until 20 Feb (there is a code but dont think you can apply two - however free delivery was applied automatically!)
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