FREE How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D Glasses - Pick up in store Tesco Opticians
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FREE How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D Glasses - Pick up in store Tesco Opticians

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Found 29th Jun 2014
Was in Tesco Opticians for Kids glasses and found How to Train Your Dragon 2 goodie bags with 3D glasses. They have Children and Adult glasses, designed for better fit over normal glasses.

Also good for Passive 3D TVs eg LG.

From Tesco's website:

To celebrate the release of How to Train Your Dragon 2, Dreamworks have teamed up with Tesco Opticians to bring Dreamworks’ official How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D glasses to Tesco Opticians stores! Available in child and adult sizes, How to Train Your Dragon 2 3D glasses will enable you to enjoy the full 3D experience of the film in all its fire-breathing glory! Collect your glasses from Tesco Opticians stores from 26th June* and prepare yourself for a magical adventure when How to Train Your Dragon 2 hits cinemas 4th July.

*The 3D promotional glasses are available at the Opticians department in stores only from June 26th, whilst stocks last. One pair per customer, available on a first come first served basis. Tesco Opticians are not liable if the promotional product is not available for any reason. To find a participating store click here. Products have no cash value and cannot be exchanged for goods or services.

Promotional glasses are passive 3D glasses and have been designed for theatrical projection shown in stereoscopic 3D. Please note the 3D glasses are not prescription glasses and are not to be used for any other activities other than for use when viewing a 3D film in a cinema. They are not safe for use as sunglasses, these glasses do not protect your eyes from ultraviolet light. Keep out of reach of children under the age of 3.

15 Comments

Sadly don't have one of these nearby, but what a great offer. Thanks to the OP for posting this, hope that this makes cinema 3D more enjoyable for children who wear glasses (and some adults as well).

dlee1

Sadly don't have one of these nearby, but what a great offer. Thanks to … Sadly don't have one of these nearby, but what a great offer. Thanks to the OP for posting this, hope that this makes cinema 3D more enjoyable for children who wear glasses (and some adults as well).



Ditto to that! + in addition, I hope it makes enjoyable 3D Cinena Viewing for those who not necessarily need 'Glasses' as such either ..... lol. :-)

Cool! I hope our tesco has them. the 'click here' doesn't link to anything so not sure which locations are doing it. Great share. Heat

goneracing

Cool! I hope our tesco has them. the 'click here' doesn't link to … Cool! I hope our tesco has them. the 'click here' doesn't link to anything so not sure which locations are doing it. Great share. Heat

same here will go find out today! I bet all the staff have taken these for themselves and won't be any left - typical tesco staff

Original Poster

In Camberley, there were a couple on disply, rest in the cupboards which was full of the promo stuff - Just ask the staff to get out whatever you want.
I don't think they have the time to make up the goodie bags and put them on display.

Will pop in to my local today, got 2 LG passive sets so will come in handy.

TK2013

same here will go find out today! I bet all the staff have taken these … same here will go find out today! I bet all the staff have taken these for themselves and won't be any left - typical tesco staff



My wife just got back from shopping with 2 sets. Crawley has them in stock. Just kid sizes tho. Not bad quality for free glasses.

goneracing

My wife just got back from shopping with 2 sets. Crawley has them in … My wife just got back from shopping with 2 sets. Crawley has them in stock. Just kid sizes tho. Not bad quality for free glasses.

cool worth asking then

Cheers op. Newcastle has them to pick up off the opticians desk.....no need to ask.

Be aware my local told me that I had to buy kids glasses to get these. After looking on the web and going to CS they eventually gave me some pairs but it was 30mins later after me being persistent. They were still saying they are not "free" at the opticians even though CS agreed that the web is saying they are and that a purchase is not necessary.

my local said no too you have to purchase kids glasses to get this what a jip

Lady in key nice asked me how many kids I had and handed over 2 bags no questions not trouble

LG passive TV use FTW

The Wrexham Extra store had these. The guy was very nice and gave me 4 pairs (2 kids and 2 adults) as we're off to see it at the weekend.

Excellent spot .

Original Poster

We have been using them watching 3D films on TV - impress with the quality and comfort.

So went to Tesco Camberley and pick up another 4 (2 Adult 2 Kids) to keep as spares.

Plenty still left in Camberley!

In stock at Tesco Extra Yeading but grumpy a$$ manager with no customer service skills at all said I had to purchase kids glasses. Pointed her to the website and no mention of any purchase. She said see it says customer... umm so what am I then stood here with a basket full of shopping?!

Some people's children....
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