FREE eye test @ Specsavers
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FREE eye test @ Specsavers

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Found 16th Aug 2015
As per description, just print out the voucher and redeem at your nearest participating store.

Vaild until the 31st August 2015

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Heat added. Free at Tesco permanently as well.

Banned

Or just go to Tesco where it's free all the time.

EXCELLENT! I been looking for 1 lately

thanks

Tesco is more convenient for me. It's always free and I can do my shopping whilst in store. Every little Helps

Nice one was due a eye test there so just called and booked in for Saturday thanks for posting ..

Tesco customer service in my experience is very poor, I had a spare pair go rusty after 8 months and only used a couple of times, had to write to head office as the instore manager wouldn't replace the frame.

Brilliant thanks. Do you have to book an appointment, or can you just go into the store with the voucher?

You always have to book in advance at my local store, even for a contact lens check.

Original Poster

Ninj

Brilliant thanks. Do you have to book an appointment, or can you just go … Brilliant thanks. Do you have to book an appointment, or can you just go into the store with the voucher?


I think you need to book, the present the voucher at your appointment

bigguy201

I think you need to book, the present the voucher at your appointment


Thank you

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 )

Free eye tests at Specsavers through the NHS are available for those over 40 with a close relative with glaucoma, that is, mother, father, sister or brother

blackgothic

Free eye tests at Specsavers through the NHS are available for those over … Free eye tests at Specsavers through the NHS are available for those over 40 with a close relative with glaucoma, that is, mother, father, sister or brother



Free NHS eye tests are available at EVERY Opticians in the country for those over 40 and with a Family History of Glaucoma....or Diabetic, or over 60, or on some form of tax credit or in full time education. In those instances probably best to go to an Independent where the sight test is a bit more thorough...

Edited by: "ostinato" 19th Aug 2015

Here's my issue with specsavers, my eyes were getting progressively worse, and my glasses were supposed to correct my vision. I ended up at -9.5 for around 3 years and they still persisted that I keep wearing my glasses. I inquired about laser eye surgery and they told me not to even think about it. The following year, a new optometrist was working at the same specsavers branch I always visit, and he asked me why I hadn't already had laser eye surgery with the state of my eyes. I told him I was advised against it for years, and he scoffed at me asking "why", when it would give me more freedom.

I was still a bit skeptical so I went to an independent eye test, and they also wondered why I hadn't had laser eye surgery yet.

Since then, i've had laser eye surgery and it's a real eye opener

Heat added thanks

Thank you!

aing69

Free eye test and then look forward to the hard sell for every upgrade … 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 )


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!

Original Poster

can confirm voucher accepted, had my eye test today, very professional and no hard sell after

Also free for those on a low income, you just need to have a HC2 certificate.

Great... Thanks for this.

flimbo73

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!
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