Free second pair of glasses for kids at Boots.
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Free second pair of glasses for kids at Boots.

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Found 19th May 2013
Not sure if this is a local deal in Wandsworth or national, but at Boots yesterday while we got some glassed for our Daughter, we are offered a free second pair up to the value of £129.

So you by any pair of Designer glasses for your kids and choose a second designer pair of prescription glasses (sunglasses or normal) for free.

I know the web site states that you can get a deal for any designer pair for £75 when buy another pair, but this beats that by miles.

You've got nothing too loose if you kids need glasses and don't forget the NHS give you kids a voucher for £37.50 of the total cost of your glasses. Ask for this when you pay the bill.

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Original Poster

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Nearly £200 for kids glasses? How old the child ?

I've seen the offer it's for any glasses not just kids but I found them to be far more expensive than any other optician,so I ended up getting the same offer from Tesco but for 115 quid for a pair of Armani & a pair of Guess frames.This price is for single vision only not varifocals. oh btw I think the frames need to be over 80 pound to qualify for the offer at boots which they pretty much all are

Just went to Specsavers where my 14 year old had an eye test, then could choose any pair of glasses in the £85.00 ranges or less for free. She chose a pair priced at £125.00 & we had to put £30.00 towards them so they get my business every time.

Original Poster

Mum2ConnornCerys

Nearly £200 for kids glasses? How old the child ?



Old enough to twist her daddy around her little finger

But I don't think £190 is expensive for two designer frames, £80 each seems ok to me including thin lenses with coating??
Edited by: "aclondon" 19th May 2013

Original Poster

Rosbod

Just went to Specsavers where my 14 year old had an eye test, then could … Just went to Specsavers where my 14 year old had an eye test, then could choose any pair of glasses in the £85.00 ranges or less for free. She chose a pair priced at £125.00 & we had to put £30.00 towards them so they get my business every time.



You should have got £37.50 off as well, it a government subsidy - that what we pay our taxes for!

aclondon

Old enough to twist her daddy around her little finger :DBut I don't … Old enough to twist her daddy around her little finger :DBut I don't think £190 is expensive for two designer frames, £80 each seems ok to me including thin lenses with coating??



My daughter is 10 and I just get the ones that are completely free. When she was younger they were forever broken or lost so I wouldn't want to be paying out for them. These days she just needs them for close up work and the frames last until say the prescription needs changing. I know I never even paid £200 for 2 pairs of glasses for myself a bit back.
Edited by: "Mum2ConnornCerys" 20th May 2013
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