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Ray Ban Sunglasses 50% off starting from £54.50 @ Ray-Ban
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Ray Ban Sunglasses 50% off starting from £54.50 @ Ray-Ban

£54.50 Free P&P FreeRay-Ban Shop Deals
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Posted 5th Sep 2020
Ray Ban Sunglasses 50% off
These were out of stock, now a lot of styles back in stock

FLASHSALE will work on these -


ray-ban.com/Sea…W36
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Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by luxottica, the huge abusive monopoly maker of everything glasses. They stopped selling them to fool people into forgetting the original prices, then bumped up the prices by several hundred %. Dont be fooled into thunking this is a deal.
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.

They were probably snides and called rayman why you rubbed it of lol
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Nobody asked ?
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


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Code does not work for me
Defo not working, they have a sale up to 50% already and probably thats what it is, nothing on top.

Even tried using code on non-sale items, didn't work.

Some reasonable pairs on discount though.
Navj105/09/2020 22:34

Code will not work on already discount items.


Tried on othes also, 👎.
AnayatKhan05/09/2020 22:38

Tried on othes also, 👎.


Hmmm, ok need to remove the code from post, however there are lot of designs with 50% discount
Edited by: "Navj1" 5th Sep
AnayatKhan05/09/2020 22:32

Defo not working, they have a sale up to 50% already and probably thats …Defo not working, they have a sale up to 50% already and probably thats what it is, nothing on top.Even tried using code on non-sale items, didn't work.Some reasonable pairs on discount though.



Try code on these -


ray-ban.com/Sea…W36
Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.

Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.
Navj105/09/2020 23:02

Try code on these items - …Try code on these items - https://www.ray-ban.com/SearchDisplay?storeId=25653&catalogId=22564&langId=-43&pageSize=9&beginIndex=0&searchSource=Q&sType=SimpleSearch&resultCatEntryType=2&showResultsPage=true&searchType=1000&viewMode=Rayban&searchTerm=EU+Flash+Sale+W36



Thanks, worked on one of these.
Even on the items I tried on that short list the promo is showing as invalid, despite it being at the top of the page...
wormshero05/09/2020 23:20

Even on the items I tried on that short list the promo is showing as …Even on the items I tried on that short list the promo is showing as invalid, despite it being at the top of the page...



Looks to be working on most items, yes not all
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Where did you buy them from?
Well the ones I bought from tkmax for £48 are still £158 here so i still got a bargain.
Mostly horrible styles. Pass
Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by luxottica, the huge abusive monopoly maker of everything glasses. They stopped selling them to fool people into forgetting the original prices, then bumped up the prices by several hundred %. Dont be fooled into thunking this is a deal.
Yeah if it had gone the other way and Mike Ashley had bought the dead brand name, these would be £19 in sports direct right now. Luxottica are amazing at making profits, not so good at making glasses.
Sale is only on a few sunglasses. They're either awful looking, or overpriced. Why they don't just have the FLASHSALE on all the sunglasses, is odd. Unless of course the purpose is to just get rid of the overpriced and undersold. Id just like some wayfarers. Simple and not garish. My opinion if course
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.

They were probably snides and called rayman why you rubbed it of lol
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Anyone you recommend?
Thanks so much for this.

got a nice pair with polarised lenses for £106 instead of the alleged retail price of £212
went through TopCashback which has tracked, who knows if they’ll pay as I used code.
also chose Klarna interest free to spread it over 3 months.
HEAT
phead06/09/2020 08:55

Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by l …Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by luxottica, the huge abusive monopoly maker of everything glasses. They stopped selling them to fool people into forgetting the original prices, then bumped up the prices by several hundred %. Dont be fooled into thunking this is a deal.


Was going to say this. Ray bans were literally under 20 quid glasses until bought out
phead06/09/2020 08:55

Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by l …Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by luxottica, the huge abusive monopoly maker of everything glasses. They stopped selling them to fool people into forgetting the original prices, then bumped up the prices by several hundred %. Dont be fooled into thunking this is a deal.


Was this 30 years ago? Ray-Ban have been expensive for over 20 years I've known them
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Nobody asked ?
Most independents can match these prices, just checked my local and their pricing is very similar to RB site after their so called discount. Simply overpriced to start with buying direct.
margamboy06/09/2020 14:09

Most independents can match these prices, just checked my local and their …Most independents can match these prices, just checked my local and their pricing is very similar to RB site after their so called discount. Simply overpriced to start with buying direct.


Any online stockist can you suggest with prices below £65 for a pair of authentic ray bans would be helpful here?
Edited by: "Navj1" 6th Sep
41849074-ibtVY.jpgcode works well + free delivery
phead06/09/2020 08:55

Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by l …Ray ban’s used to sell for half of this again until they were bought by luxottica, the huge abusive monopoly maker of everything glasses. They stopped selling them to fool people into forgetting the original prices, then bumped up the prices by several hundred %. Dont be fooled into thunking this is a deal.


When, in the 1970s?
You don't need to pay more than £20 for a pair of decent sunglasses.
BargainManV2.1.306/09/2020 15:28

You don't need to pay more than £20 for a pair of decent sunglasses.


Correct, as we don’t have to pay more than £100 for a cellphone but we still pay thousands on iPhone and even upgrade it in a couple of years just for a brand name, it is a personal preference I think
Edited by: "Navj1" 6th Sep
Styles not great, better off wearing a visor
Navj106/09/2020 15:31

Correct, as we don’t have to pay more than £100 for a cellphone but we st …Correct, as we don’t have to pay more than £100 for a cellphone but we still pay thousands on iPhone and even upgrade it in a couple of years just for a brand name, it is a personal preference I think


I just came across something crazy, £520 for a lego set.... that is unbelievable to me. It's literally just plastic yet people think that's a good deal.
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Aye righto
DeafCassette05/09/2020 23:00

Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - …Used to buy raybans when I wasn't very clued up about sunglasses - probably bought them into my mid-twenties. Pretty embarrassed to wear them now. I actually had a pair of aviator types a few years ago and managed to remove the cringey logo from them with some nail varnish remover and a cotton bud.Much prefer by far quality acetate frames from independent manufacturers nowadays. There may not be much different in the construction, but the rayban logo is a bit on the nose.


Ray-Ban can stick it where the sun doesn't shine
Pookster200006/09/2020 17:11

Ray-Ban can stick it where the sun doesn't shine


Like on your smiley:)
Edited by: "Navj1" 6th Sep
Navj106/09/2020 14:19

Any online stockist can you suggest with prices below £65 for a pair of …Any online stockist can you suggest with prices below £65 for a pair of authentic ray bans would be helpful here?



amazon.co.uk/s?k…6_1
nigelnorris06/09/2020 17:37

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=rayban&i=clothing&bbn=1730941031&rh=n:1730937031,n:1730941031,p_6:A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&s=price-asc-rank&dc&qid=1599410135&rnid=419151031&ref=sr_nr_p_6_1


Have you checked if these are actually available, looks mostly Temporary out of stock
Edited by: "Navj1" 6th Sep
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights pages
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