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Got a free eye test @ Specsavers Kirkby liverpool opticians (print voucher)
LocalLocalFound 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Some opticians charge £10 got a free one from kirkby liverpool and did not even purchase . Some specsavers charge £10

Quite a few in Liverpool do a free test but some only if you purchase...


Do my eyes deceive me? I have never seen this before.


I love them cheaper than boots and definitely vision express don't mind waiting the extra time saved me 149. Got new blue Hugo Boss frame


Me too (around 15 years). Though I will admit it has been getting worse recently (nothing major, just my local store issues: lost glasses, long waiting times such as an hour, and “forgetting” people who have been waiting).


Dry eyes?

Red Nose Day Glasses Just £2 @ Specsavers
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Specsavers are doing £2 fun sunglasses for Red Nose Day.every penny goes to charity Red Nose Day is all about making the world a better place and having a laugh while you’re at it.… Read more
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nothing surprises me with fleabay.they would sell there grandmothers on there to earn a £1


I have a pair from 2017 with the hands on. I see some scrout is selling them for £7.50 on ebay


(embarrassed) (embarrassed) (embarrassed) not included here sorry @nougat :p


How much are varifocals?


(cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky)

FREE EYE TEST @ Specsavers (Print Voucher)
Refreshed 14th MarRefreshed 14th Mar
free eye test just print out a a voucher and book Not in wales

The hard sale afterwards is torture.


bought from them a few weeks ago, service is crap, they had me waiting for my glasses for 3 weeks, wouldn't give me any timeframe for when the glasses would show up, asked for a refund, and said they will call me back later, magically, next day got my glasses, not even an apology.....also prices are awfully uncompetitive, the glasses I got were way cheaper in the other two high street shops i visited after with 2x1 in both of them about the prices...yeah I know I should have checked before but still ..... the worst....after having paid for my eye test and buying an expensive pair of designer glasses they made me jump through hoops to get my prescription on paper, and made me come back later cause they didn't have it available at the moment


It'll be dumb to think they'd go bust by giving away free eye tests once or twice a year. Not everyone would order online or knows about ordering online. They'll still have a clientele. On the other hand, be our guest & buy frames/glasses from the highstreet shops & pay 8-9 times more, if it gives you pleasure?


I went to Tesco Opticians for free test and they wanted me to buy a new frame plus varifocal lenses starting at £99 (very basic lenses). My old frame was OK, just needed a bit of straightening but they refused to touch it so I walked out with the prescription in my hand. Bought 2 pairs of varifocals with anti glare and photosun quoting for £70 by uploading that Tesco's (vision express) prescription. That frame was only a year old and was bought from them but they refused to even look at it. Needless to say I will never go there again.


if not urgent, keep checking, they take turn. there are 4 near me. 2 have this offer last year and the other 2 have it this year

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Pretty Funky £25 Frame Selection At Specsavers (Free Frame + Single Vision Lenses If Eligible For NHS Voucher)
LocalLocalFound 4th FebFound 4th Feb
This is an FYI more than anything. The cheapest frame selection Specsavers carry are £25 - the frames + lens are completely free if you're eligible for NHS vouchers and have an… Read more
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I picked up my Maroon Cat Eyes last week - my first Varifocals. Was a bit alarmed when I saw the yellow pen markings all over the lenses - but the assistant cleaned them off with alcohol. I can now read close up without having to put my glasses at the very end of my nose :D I also ordered Varifocals from Goggles4U - though my experience with them was half good/half bad, already mentioned here Bit disappointed G4U removed my review (it was there for a few hours) but I've shopped with them for years and their customer service is great - second time lucky, I hope.


I have a receipt for my purchase (mentioned above). There were no hidden charges yesterday (when I purchased my varifocals). No hard sell, either. No problem giving me my prescription for internet ordering (the Tesco Optician a few years ago was notably snotty when I was honest) and they happily adjust my glasses, no matter where I've purchased them from. Maybe it depends on your store, but I think my local Specsavers is great.


Went to Asda and got the same prescription and almost identical frames for £89, where the quotes are genuinely inclusive of most "additions" charged as extra at Specsavers :)


Specsavers are rip-off merchants in our experience. They knew the prescription (they did the test) and from our choice of frame, started off saying "2 pairs of those for £200. But then kept adding another £50/£100 when they "remembered" all the details of the prescription (which they had in their hand when making the original quote) till it reached nearly £500 for ONE pair; then said "sorry, can't order them without speaking to the manufacturer" - there'll be an additional cost implication....". They thought they saw us coming....... they certainly saw us going..... (mad)


As promised, added the Mens' £25 frames to the original post - also more of the Womens' £25 offerings. Still from the Trongate, Glasgow store.

Get A Free Eye Test | Print Voucher @ Specsavers
Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
Follow our 4 simple steps 1 Enter your postcode 2 Select a store and print voucher 3 Book your eye test with that store 4 Bring voucher to your eye test
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Jesus it's like bickering children on here! All I will add is.. thanks for posting OP. I have booked a free eye test and I appreciate your efforts (y)


Thanks, nearest store 2 miles. (y)


We've bought online from goggles4u, speckyfoureyes and fashion eyewear and I've had new lenses put in frames by reglazemyglasses. Not bought glasses off the shelf for at least 15 years.


It was you who said u would see a GP to get a referral to a scheme. I was merely stating it would be good to try to see past the misconceptions and directly visit an optometrist. Hence me trying to get you to understand how people listening can be misled. The article link is about patients and customer perception. This is where I am teying to help you see a lot of what customers may think including yourself is not quite accurate. At the end of the day you can only visit who who think is giving you appropriate advice. But it is probably best to stick to someone whose professional judgement you trust. Your comments are largely based on personal experience I am not sure if your friends being opticians have told you that opticians just sell for the sake of it. I'm sure if they were asked more there would be am adequate justification. Or they probably are misselling which is a offence. If you do visit an optician where a small change is noted ask them to show you the difference between your old and new glasses which can help clarify actually what has changed and what benefit if there is to you


Thank you for your response. It's welcome - yes I can only speak from my experiences and advice from optoms. As to the GP referral - to correct you do not need to go to see the GP first you can contact the Optical PALS scheme yourself - details are usually on your local health authority website. I do buy my glasses from independents when I need a fitting but a pair for around the house and spared I buy online. I prefer the independent as I have always got great service from them. I know they also can employ Locums but they seem to be less pressured to sell, sell, sell. So I agree with some of your points but not where you state what a lot of what I have said isn't true. I can understand the points you are making but I feel you cannot just assume the optom has your best interests at heart - you can refer to the GOC but in reality you know the situation is different. https://www.aop.org.uk/ot/professional-support/clinical-and-regulatory/2017/11/20/under-pressure That is pretty much the point I am making. Again, thanks for your input.

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Free eye test Valid until 31 January 2019.@ SpecSavers
Refreshed 13th Dec 2018Refreshed 13th Dec 2018
Free eye test Valid until 31 January 2019.@ SpecSavers
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 cas… Read more

Thanks. Booked for next week


Actually need this. Booked and ready to go thanks (highfive)


They always send free vouchers for the next eye test after you've had one test too.


Plus if you are driving and you get stopped by police and you cannot read number plate properly because it blurry you will lose your licence in till you get your eyes done and either glasses or contacts


Free test done. Visual field eye health plus eyes pictures

Specsavers FREE eye test. Handy for current Glasses Direct offer.
Found 13th Sep 2018Found 13th Sep 2018
Specsavers FREE eye test. Handy for current Glasses Direct offer.
You can get a free eye test from SpecSavers. This could come in very handy if you want to take up the deal from no_Sunshine's offer from Glassses Direct (https://www.hotukdeals.co… Read more
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Keep taking the pills pal, they should start working soon.


Give me another 3 then


A couple of things, 1) you're about 3 months late replying here, and 2) how is your comment relevant?


And you still want divorce from UK...


Do not trust this con, tried two specs savers with this voucher, they landed up justifying that the basic eye test I received involved more steps then the one mention on the voucher ( I have my eyes tested every 6 months, so I know for sure that is was the normal eye test and nothing extra)?? and charged me £25 for it ? They knew I wanted to use the free voucher, said nothing until the test was done, and then make excuses to charge me after they had done the eye test, it was pointless to argue and embarrass myself so i paid ?

Free Specsavers Glasses Cleaning kit with the Evening Standard paper
Found 20th Aug 2018Found 20th Aug 2018
Free Specsavers Glasses Cleaning kit with the Evening Standard paper
A free Specsavers Glasses Cleaning kit comprising of cleaning fluid and cloth is being handed out with tonight's London Evening Standard newspaper. It's only available as far as I … Read more

Liverpool Street Station and Waterloo both had them.


I don't know which station you got your kit from but been to 2 stations and no kits were handed out, so you must have just got the 1 station promotion!


"which of them is the most fake news". The one handed out by Donald Trump ... :p :{


Oh man. The time I decide not to pick up free toilet paper and there is a offer on. Just my luck (lol)


The Sun, hands down. Awful awful rag But to be honest all newspapers are terrible.

Free Eye Tests and how to get them
Refreshed 29th Jul 2018Refreshed 29th Jul 2018
Free Eye Tests and how to get them Eye care is very important for our health and we all should be having regular eye examinations, but we’re sometimes put off by the cost. Howe… Read more

Oh good. I saved a voucher on my phone a few weeks ago but still havent made an appointment.


I managed to get a voucher after all. I Just Google it and found a store nearby.(£25 saved) Thank you!


Did you follow the OP's link to Specsavers 'stores offering free eye tests' page? Then you use the store search from there. I've had a quick browse through the full list page and it seems that not all of them offer a free test, eg in Luton it's free but M. Keynes charges £10. You'll have to check the stores you can get to, if you haven't already. The offer can change though, 2 stores near me had reduced (but different) charges until a couple of months ago, but are currently free until 31 October.


Can't find the voucher on their website for free eye test. - specsavers


It is in principle true, unless your eyesight has considerably worsened. In that case you can have a free eye test even before the 2 years period. For example if you can't see properly with your old glasses.

Free eye test  including digital retinal photography at Specsavers with Metro  newspaper
Found 6th Feb 2018Found 6th Feb 2018
Free eye test including digital retinal photography at Specsavers with Metro newspaper
Metro newspaper has a voucher for a free eye test at Specsavers, page 14. Valid until 31 March. Visit their website or call 0800 0680241 to book your appointment Participating sto… Read more

Thank you 😁


Checked all pages in today's Metro, no longer there.


The last time I tried one of these "offers" they refused to let me take my prescription away to get my glasses elsewhere. I've never gone back since.


The problem is that most of those online companies are actually losing money. Given they have lower overheads their model isn't exactly a glowing example of entrepreneurialism.


If you go to specsavers.co.uk then use the store finder to select your nearest store, then scroll down a bit, there’s more often than not vouchers on there for free or reduced price sight tests... you can book online too (y) 🏻

Free eye test with code @ specsavers
LocalLocalFound 19th Jan 2018Found 19th Jan 2018
Free eye test with code @ specsavers
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 Healt… Read more

I couldn't agree with you more!. But let's be real (like many other people - I'm SURE), I too have seen certain 'stuffs' ... Enough said, lol.


YOU my friend, are an ABsolute STAR...PERfect (y)


Does the Wigston store in Leicester offer this free


Pointless, only select stores have this... Some offer the free eye test, others offer a free eye test if you buy glasses. It's a bit like a Tesco Wild Goose (without having to go to the store)


It won't be nationwide free sight test offer. Each store is able to choose, which if any, offer it wishes to have.

£5 eye test voucher @ Specsavers Crewe & Nantwich
LocalLocalFound 2nd Jan 2018Found 2nd Jan 2018
£5 eye test voucher @ Specsavers Crewe & Nantwich
Private eye tests normally cost £22 at these two stores (varies by location) but they still have an ongoing xmas promotion for £5 - thorough eye tests & great service from the … Read more

Exactly what happened. But they soon sorted amicably when they found out she is a lawyer


Just tried this but no voucher for me just a date for me to turn up


Not true. Normally cost 25£ (you can get it free during once in a while), everyone apart tesco but tesco is part of vision express now so who knows if it will be free or not in the future


What did they do if I may ask.I found out some opticians get power incorrectly. Had 5 eye test and all different (3 close to eachother ) and 2 quite different. OS many people might get glasses with wrong power


Thankyou, I didn't know that. But I would still go Tescos however much I hate the business after what specsavers did to my daughter. Absolute idiots.

Free eye test at Selected Specsavers Stores- usually £22ish (£7.50 in others)
Found 17th Sep 2017Found 17th Sep 2017
Free eye test at Selected Specsavers Stores- usually £22ish (£7.50 in others)
I usually go to Tesco for the free eye test but Specsavers is more convenient so had a look online for a discount code. Nothing came up but I discovered If you search on the websit… Read more
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Cheers OP, I got one for a tenner.


no voucher there


search for your local store and when it comes up go to the bottom of that page it should be at bottom for you to print out


Help ! Can't find the free eye test voucher on the Specsavers page ?


I had one in Gorton, Manchester recently. As soon as I said I wasn't buying frames the day of the eye test, the manager stopped talking mid sentence and walked away from me. Ignorant. I won't be using Tesco's for eye care again. Free or otherwise.

free eye test with voucher at Specsavers Crewe
Found 31st May 2017Found 31st May 2017
free eye test with voucher at Specsavers Crewe
Usually £22 for test - now free - just need to print and take into store!

Before you book an eye test check whether you are eligible or not for a free test anyway.


** just a thought ** Why is it EVERYONE who works in an opticians wears either glasses or contacts?? hhmm


within a few moments of your 'free eye test', the hard sell will begin. I have had my fingers burned twice at these cattle-markets! Should have gone somewhere else......


Already free for us up here.


... now retried with a different store and it is "free" free. Looks like voucher are subtly different depending upon which store you pick. There are 6 stores close to me and only 1 of them is "free" free (Dudley) - the others are either free when you buy glasses, or a reduced eye test price of £10.

Free eye test at Specsavers - valid until 31st 2016
Found 16th Dec 2016Found 16th Dec 2016
Free eye test at Specsavers - valid until 31st 2016
Free eye test at specsavers. Do a decent job. I know staines is free using 8303 and am sure other branches are also free using the same code. Plenty of slots available in different… Read more

yep, it's £10 there https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/bracknell I would encourage everyone to check on the website before going to the branch with the voucher.


i took the voucher to Bracknell branch and unfortunately they did not accept it. the voucher code is specific to branch as each and every branch is owned by a different franchisee.


A lot of employers are obliged to provide free eye tests if you use display screen equipment as part of your job - however you may find you get a voucher for a national chain anyway. http://www.hse.gov.uk/msd/faq-dse.htm I haven't had a problem with specsavers - I had a test a few days ago and the optician was fine and didn't try to sell me new glasses as I didn't need them clinically. The same with my contact lens check - we had already calculated a while back lens mail wasn't economic and I pay for my checks rather than a subscription service. I think it depends on the staff the same with any chain. I would say I had a terrible time with my local Tesco optician though - like I said, I think it depends on the staff/chain


Highly recommend goggles4u if buying online. Pretty much have good promotions all the time aswell


Go to Tesco always free and great deals plus clubcard points

Free Eye test at Specsavers LONDON - till 31st December
Found 9th Dec 2016Found 9th Dec 2016
Free Eye test at Specsavers LONDON - till 31st December
Worth getting your eyes poked for free, although free eye tests are fairly common its always handy to have one regularly
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It is all LIES. I booked my appointment yesterday in the morning ( 09:40 am )17-12-2016, on getting there I was told that I did not qualify for a FREE EYE TEST, so the lady said that it will be £25 for an EYE TEST.


same thing happened to be told me I needed varifocals which I certainly did not


Isn't it free every 2 years anyway? Or is it only in Scotland?


Thanks for the heads up but being in York it would be one of the most expensive eye tests I've ever had if I go...


Got it. Thanks. Generic URL is based on <> where * = name of store.

50% Off Glasses at Specsavers (£99 up)
Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
Specsavers is currently running a deal that gives you 50% off any glasses from £99 and upwards. Cannot be used with any other deals/vouchers on offer. Still not even remotely as … Read more

Local Specsavers are doing 50%off as most of them are ring your local shop


Ah thanks! Couldn't find any reference to this years one anywhere. I didn't even know about it until I got in store for my eye test. Updated.


The link is last year - this is this years; https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/barnstaple/specsavers-announce-2016-black-friday-offer




damn. I knew I should have gone to Specsavers

Free eye test @ specsavers Morley Leeds
Found 7th Nov 2016Found 7th Nov 2016
Free eye test @ specsavers Morley Leeds
Free eye test 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 exc… Read more

Cheers BB, my mum has and my grandad had glaucoma so should be eligible for a free test. Either way I can claim it back through private medical insurance if they refuse. Thanks.


Each location has a print voucher on it, hope you pick this up before you go and it's not too late Pinstone street link below. https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/sheffield


I didn't read any reference to the GOS1 form. Neither did I get the impression they were "playing the system", quite the opposite in fact. Maybe you should take up the deal yourself. :p


​As you have accurately quoted, I have pointed out that I have told them I have no genetic relationship and yet they insist that I have a free test. Not once have I tried to "play the system". If anything, the opposite is true.


1- Specsavers give free tests often, as do Vision Express etc 2- Some are entitled to free NHS sigh tests. BUT you will never ever see a blue form in Specsavers, I used to work there years ago. Then I was a customer, not any more. Shambles.

Glasses Cases £1.50 instore @ specsavers
LocalLocalFound 9th Oct 2016Found 9th Oct 2016
Manager special on spec cases. Gok Wan and John Rocha both available. In store only.
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Mine came free with my glasses!

Specsavers - Free Eye Test
Found 9th Oct 2016Found 9th Oct 2016
Looks to be available at most stores. Look below to see if your local is offering. Valid for one eye test on or before the date listed below. Print this voucher or present this v… Read more

use the Web address for bristol and change bristol to hammersmith


Search for your store, have a look here: Hammersmith


Does anyone know how you change the location on the voucher? I'm looking to get a free test at the hammersmith branch which appears on the list but don't know how to change voucher to show correct store...


Thanks for sharing - if you just type in your location (for example in the example given which was Bristol, I just changed it to my location in the address bar) it works and brings up the voucher :)


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