SUPERDRY PRESCRIPTION GLASSES £24.99 delivered  WITH CODE @ Speckyfoureyes
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SUPERDRY PRESCRIPTION GLASSES £24.99 delivered WITH CODE @ Speckyfoureyes

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Found 2nd Aug 2016
£20 Superdry specs code (norm £99)*
Or £30 prescription sunnies (norm £109). Incl delivery
19 days left
You can get Superdry glasses for £20 (norm £99) and Superdry prescription sunnies for £30 (norm £109) if you enter the MSE Blagged code SUPERDUPER at glasses retailer SpeckyFourEyes* by 11.59pm on Sun 21 Aug.

Delivery's free when you use the code (norm £4.99), and takes 7-20 working days. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra.

Key need-to-knows for getting cheapest price before you start

The code is valid on Superdry frames only, not on anything else on the site.
Once you've selected your Superdry frames, you'll only get the price above if you pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package. If you want one of the 'Specky' packages, which include thinner and scratch resistant lenses, it'll cost £9-£125 extra.
You can either enter your prescription during the checkout process, or opt to send it later. Some frames aren't suitable for high prescriptions, so keep an eye out when choosing (sorry).
When asked to choose a delivery option, select 'Royal Mail Standard' at £4.99. The code gets you free delivery, so the cost will be taken off the final price.
When we covered a SpeckyFourEyes deal in April, we heard from a number of users about severely delayed deliveries. SpeckyFourEyes told us this was down to an issue with Royal Mail and sent out replacements to those who hadn't received their glasses. It told us that for this deal its Royal Mail account manager will be monitoring deliveries and that it has doubled support staff internally to deal with customer queries.

If you do have any issues with your order, you can contact SpeckyFourEyes via its online form* or call on 08448 20 20 20. If you do this and are still having issues, you can contact us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com and we'll push Specky if you've had no joy directly. .

Although SpeckyFourEyes says there are good stock levels available, all frames are subject to availability, so they could still sell out fast if demand is high.
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actually price is £20 with voucher code with delivery included
great thanks x
Original Poster
ordered my self a pair and u cannot really moan at this price
Good price, used them for the current pair of glasses i'm wearing, but wow on the delivery time of this company, took well over a month and a few chase up emails for them to be delivered. Also don't bother adding other lences as they normally email you within about 24hrs offering you better ones for £9 instead.
Edited by: "fridgehead" 2nd Aug 2016
Original Poster
thats why paid by credit card lol just in case they have stated 20 day delivery time at this price im prepared to wait
thanks
ordered 2 pairs great value
Where do you put the code please?
Found it thanks for all your help !
Agree with the comments about long dispatch times.... only buy if u can wait a month to receive them!
Brilliant. Ordered sunglasses for October holiday. Hot!
Code doesn't work
Ah, no hyphen. Works.
Seems you can only apply voucher to one set - which means if I need 2 then I need to make 2 orders - is that right?
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matwalaboy

Seems you can only apply voucher to one set - which means if I need 2 … Seems you can only apply voucher to one set - which means if I need 2 then I need to make 2 orders - is that right?


yeah that would be right
Thanks OP
Hope its not a stupid question - how do you know what size to order, and how do you get the fit on ears right? I know a lot of opticians charge a lot of money for so called "service". I do know that a free prescription is widely available.
Freezing cold - been these mostly at these prices and even lower for the best part of three years, if not longer, yet another site doing pretend sales.

That said, I've bought from them before and can't fault them at all. Even returned a pair with no questions asked.
They sent my glasses to a house I lived at 2 years ago and then sent the replacements with the wrong prescription. it took 6 weeks to get the glasses. If they get the order right then you can expect a pair to arrive in about 4 weeks.

It's a good deal but their systems are rubbish.
regcar

Hope its not a stupid question - how do you know what size to order, and … Hope its not a stupid question - how do you know what size to order, and how do you get the fit on ears right? I know a lot of opticians charge a lot of money for so called "service". I do know that a free prescription is widely available.


If you already have a pair of glasses then they may well have some size measurements on the inside of one of the arms which will tell you some details, like this - http://www.framesdirect.com/theme/fd-steel/images/frame-size/fd-fs-01-large.jpg

Failing that you could just measure the size of your current/old glasses that you know fit and compare them to the dimensions of ones you want to buy. Mainly the width and arm length will be the ones to consider but they also usually list the bridge size (across the nose) and lens sizes.

If you don't have any glasses or can't get hold of some then try getting somebody to help and use a ruler to roughly size them up on your face. Most glasses are pretty similar in size unless the specifically list them as smaller/wider for people with different size heads!
Still comes to £155 for me as I've got to add the maximum thinning unless I want to look like Mr Maghoo.
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Bargin! Thanks OP
leedslad83

Bargin! Thanks OP



Yes thats usually where you find Gin
Cheers... Perfect for a spare pair for TV.

Probably been said before, but if you chose the free lenses when ordering they'll email you offering an upgrade to the #2 lenses (scratch proof/anti glare) for £10 extra instead of £20

Used them before and they're fine as long as you're not in any kind of hurry
stupot76

Still comes to £155 for me as I've got to add the maximum thinning unless … Still comes to £155 for me as I've got to add the maximum thinning unless I want to look like Mr Maghoo.[img]https://images.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fmotores.com.py%2Fforo%2Findex.php%3Fattachments%2Fmr-magoo-gif.264219%2F&f=1[/img]


It's painful isint it! Wish somewhere would do a cheao deal on thin lenses... Always cost me an extra £100ish just to not look like a freak!
anyone received an email after ordering for a discount on the more expensive lenses I.e. the £125 option?
[/quote]It's painful isint it! Wish somewhere would do a cheao deal on thin lenses... Always cost me an extra £100ish just to not look like a freak![/quote]


Check out Asda Opticians... I have ordered a few pairs off them.. £100 for 2 pairs of glasses and that also includes 1.74 thinning and the usual scratch proof lenses etc.

Got the glasses within the week too... Only issue is that the range is limited but still a good enough selection.
Edited by: "roops" 3rd Aug 2016
Wish they did transitions or reactive lens, hate having to keep changes glasses when it gets too dark
Took a chance and ordered a normal prescription glasses and another prescription sunglasses - let's see when they get delivered, if they fit me etc. or not - looks like a good deal to me - time would tell though

Thanks OP
My prescription doesn't mention my pupil distance. By default it's set to 63 on the website. Have people left that as it is or do their prescriptions state the distance?

Think I'll go to my opticians tomorrow to get them measured to be on the safe side. Just don't want the frame(s) i'm interested in going out of stock!
Great deal, thanks OP. £20 all in. Ordered from them before, long wait but can't complain at the price
When pupil distance becomes a problem.

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roops

It's painful isint it! Wish somewhere would do a cheao deal on thin lenses... Always cost me an extra £100ish just to not look like a freak![/quote]
Check out Asda Opticians... I have ordered a few pairs off them.. £100 for 2 pairs of glasses and that also includes 1.74 thinning and the usual scratch proof lenses etc.
Got the glasses within the week too... Only issue is that the range is limited but still a good enough selection.[/quote]
Brilliant. Thanks for the advice. Love this site sometimes!
I think I need more than 1.74 though
Thought I might as well give these a go its only £20 so they can be my Emergency pair if they are awful.
As many of you have commented - got an email today offering their anti-glare lens usually is 19 for 9 - is it worth it in your opinions or I am ok with the standard lenses?
Original Poster
matwalaboy

As many of you have commented - got an email today offering their … As many of you have commented - got an email today offering their anti-glare lens usually is 19 for 9 - is it worth it in your opinions or I am ok with the standard lenses?


id stick with the standard myself why pay extra
Brilliant - thanks!
ordering some specs and sunspecs...cheers
wouldnt mind trying the sunglasses, just got new ones from specsave but their option of models were rubbish (needed to get something though coz my old ones had broke)
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