Free eye test with code @ specsavers
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Free eye test with code @ specsavers

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LocalFound 19th Jan
Our eye tests don’t just monitor your vision, we also check the overall health of your eyes. Regular tests are vital for the nation’s eye health so, to celebrate National Eye Health Week, we’re providing eye tests free of charge.

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 eye-health clinic appointments or redeemed by customers already entitled to a free NHS-funded eye test. One per person.

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I figured out how this works..

Find your nearest store using link below. When you find your store, click on the name and it will show you store details and at the bottom, you will find this offer. hope this helps..

specsavers.co.uk/stores
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Is this store specific for Stockton-on-Tees ?
Appears this is only valid at that store - doesn't seem to be nationwide
khan1028 m ago

it is nationwide, please change store name in the address bar it will …it is nationwide, please change store name in the address bar it will change the voucher to that store. https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/stocktonontees/free-eye-test


Tried that - best I can get is £5.00, still good but not free!
Edited by: "GetSchwifty" 19th Jan
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GetSchwifty4 m ago

Tried that - best I can get is £5.00


which store you are looking for, give me the name and let me try to give you the link but it is definetly working for all stores. it change name of the store if you change name of the store in the link.
I had it for free last time but felt they rushed through it. They've got it for £10 around here now so might still go for tha
Tesco is free.

Dishonest people over 40 merely have to claim their parents had glaucoma and the test is free under the NHS.
It is difficult to prove otherwise.
Most stores around me are showing free, but one of them is showing at £10. Seems to be store specific.
khan1025 m ago

which store you are looking for, give me the name and let me try to give …which store you are looking for, give me the name and let me try to give you the link but it is definetly working for all stores. it change name of the store if you change name of the store in the link.



specsavers.co.uk/sto…ham
I can’t also change the store
Any in Birmingham stores?
khan10229 m ago

it is nationwide, please change store name in the address bar it will …it is nationwide, please change store name in the address bar it will change the voucher to that store. https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/stocktonontees/free-eye-test


Thanks - this worked for us, eye test booked at our local branch
Most of my local stores have got offers for reducing price to £5/10 or a free eye test when you buy glasses.
Good deal OP, shall not eligible for all
Check the small print.
Never needed any such code. But there again, this is Scotland.
Common.Sense1 h, 11 m ago

Tesco is free.Dishonest people over 40 merely have to claim their parents …Tesco is free.Dishonest people over 40 merely have to claim their parents had glaucoma and the test is free under the NHS.It is difficult to prove otherwise.


Very sad
Change store to cambridge I book appointment but didnt see where to write code or didnt say anything of charge. Just got email with confirmation . Is that it ?
No voucher send with new store
Shows as £5 for Boscombe
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Enriquet19 m ago

Change store to cambridge I book appointment but didnt see where to write …Change store to cambridge I book appointment but didnt see where to write code or didnt say anything of charge. Just got email with confirmation . Is that it ?


you need to print this voucher with you to store or show them on mobile.
Worked for me, thanks
Can't get free at Killingworth, voucher doesn't load when i change location must be certain stores only
i booked :-)
Common.Sense2 h, 4 m ago

Tesco is free.Dishonest people over 40 merely have to claim their parents …Tesco is free.Dishonest people over 40 merely have to claim their parents had glaucoma and the test is free under the NHS.It is difficult to prove otherwise.


Dishonest people? My father in law did have glaucoma, and we're well over 40
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Just show this, say you don't have a printer.

Will work in any specsavers
Edited by: "bhara" 19th Jan
mcek1 h, 22 m ago

Never needed any such code. But there again, this is Scotland.


tried Folkestone branch, their offer is £40 off designer glasses. shame that it is store specific for the free eyetest
Its free at tesco. Never paid for eye test
I figured out how this works..

Find your nearest store using link below. When you find your store, click on the name and it will show you store details and at the bottom, you will find this offer. hope this helps..

specsavers.co.uk/stores
"I can see clearly now the rain has gone, I can see all of the obstacles in my way ... " (Cool Runnings Movie homage, hehehe). :-D
Got one for Leeds
Don't forget it you work with a computer and need glasses for computer work, your employer is legally obliged to pay.
dabbit3 h, 9 m ago

Dishonest people? My father in law did have glaucoma, and we're well over …Dishonest people? My father in law did have glaucoma, and we're well over 40



So did my father. The point I make is one can easily claim their relative has glaucoma and get a free eye test if over 40 as there are no checks in place.
stevej19823 h, 27 m ago

Don't forget it you work with a computer and need glasses for computer …Don't forget it you work with a computer and need glasses for computer work, your employer is legally obliged to pay.


Good point that ...

I doubt many people would have found their Employer doing such on their behalf though? (we can but dream I guess?). :-)
Common.Sense2 h, 48 m ago

So did my father. The point I make is one can easily claim their relative …So did my father. The point I make is one can easily claim their relative has glaucoma and get a free eye test if over 40 as there are no checks in place.


Why are you encouraging people to scam the nhs, guess you are one of society's freeloaders
dabbit6 h, 20 m ago

Dishonest people? My father in law did have glaucoma, and we're well over …Dishonest people? My father in law did have glaucoma, and we're well over 40


Unless your father in Law is also your dad. Only your partner qualifies . If he is then there’s a heap of other problems.
amour3k1 h, 3 m ago

Good point that ...I doubt many people would have found their Employer …Good point that ...I doubt many people would have found their Employer doing such on their behalf though? (we can but dream I guess?). :-)


I have just had an eye test today and glasses paid for. I asked my employer about eye tests and was given a voucher which covered the cost of the eye test and glasses. It's illegal for them to refuse if you work with computers as part of your job.
Edited by: "stevej1982" 19th Jan
snoopy182 h, 3 m ago

Why are you encouraging people to scam the nhs, guess you are one of …Why are you encouraging people to scam the nhs, guess you are one of society's freeloaders



I am not encouraging anything. I am pointing out the system is corrupt. Do not make assumptions.
You are wrong, I am not a freeloader, but a net contributor to UK plc and pay lots of tax to make you very happy.
stevej19821 h, 24 m ago

I have just had an eye test today and glasses paid for. I asked my …I have just had an eye test today and glasses paid for. I asked my employer about eye tests and was given a voucher which covered the cost of the eye test and glasses. It's illegal for them to refuse if you work with computers as part of your job.



Correct, I tell them to order online for £10 a pair! You do not get a choice and unlimited budget.

Employers are not under any obligation to pay for ordinary or “normal” spectacles that are used to aid vision on non DSE activities. If a “user” who is a normal spectacle wearer is then prescribed special corrective appliances just for DDSE work, the employer is only obliged to pay for a pair of glasses for use with display screen work. The employer may choose to offer the employee a cash sum equivalent in circumstances where it is practicable to combine the general and specific lens requirements. A relatively small proportion of the total working population (around 10 percent) will need special corrective appliances for display screen work and this fact alone may persuade employers to draft a flexible but fair policy that will meet the fullest range of need.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 19th Jan
it is nationwide. in the search bit at top of your page change the region to where you live, it worked for me xx
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