Went to my local Tesco's recently to get my eyes tested for free by Vision Express (they took over Tesco's opticians). I didn't order any new glasses there & then on account of me going off on holiday. However while I was away Vision Express sent me a '£20 off with this code' e.mail. Once home I went back to Tesco & ordered a pair of glasses from their £39 range and yes, I could use the £20 off code, so only paid £19. They're just for computer work so only have to be functional rather than attractive. To me, this is better than the Boots offer as there is no minimum spend requirement. PS - it amused me when the nice lady at Vision Express recommended I add a non-reflective coating to the lenses of my £19 specs for a mere £59!!! As you might expect, I politely declined.
All Opticians Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2019
I am the OP... and you've just assumed my gender, incorrectly. I don't understand your issue, the post is correct, same as my comments.
You're not getting it. Something like: Prescription Glasses £11.95 from Selectspecs. (£6 Each plus £5.95 p&p. Delivery free on orders over £75) would have been fine with me. It's not that the companies charge postage, it's when a poster here does not it included in the headline price to make it seem cheaper (to his credit the OP did include it.)
So, Goggles4u charge for delivery (Standard Shipping £3.95)... Does that not count to you?
I think you missed my point which was, only a tiny percent of people would get these glasses for just £6 each. If most people will have to pay for postage, it should be included as standard. You don't have to sell me on getting low cost specs. I get most of mine from Goggles4U. I haven't bought glasses from the high street for at least 5 years.
I had no idea C&C was charged. But anyhoo, even at that, someone might get cheap glasses! You could even get 3 pairs for free delivery, only £30! I'm not saying this would suit everyone.
Same way the OP is posting saying these are £10... They're actually £15.95 when you factor in delivery. Even c&c is charged £5.95
Great price, especially with the collection option (y)
How did you only pay £6.95 ? The time you factor in p&p the cheapest I could find were £11?
Is the extra worth it for more expensive lenses etc?
my two pairs came today - all fine & cute. Another voucher thing for £30 off for a friend message me if you would find it of any use not boutique frames
does enyone know how often is available this offer?
You need to set up two separate prescriptions on for each then you can do it. (y)
How's it work if you need glasses for everything, on the page they ask near or distance lenses?
How often do they call? They tried once, I couldn't get to phone... had voicemail (which just was an automatic voice saying "cannot put call through") then next day another missed call, but no message. The number says it was them.... I've not called back, but not sure if they will try me again (was on Thurs and Fri). Crossing my fingers for Monday....
Great. Fake name, free eye test at multiple locations to check if the first was correct!
i dont think there is any need for that
Excellent, genuinely pleased :)
Heat added my workplace just sent me the voucher and contribution for the glasses. I forgot to check mine since 2013 bit lazy and completely forgot to get my DSE being assessed.
Should’ve known by now if you work hard you’re shafted
Labour voter right here
Standard offer I think, just remember this cannot be combined with an other ones! Did work cheaper for me than the other offers when i got my glasses last time though. Good if you don't know.
I'm not, link works fine. And I'm pretty sure offer applies to sunglasses as well. Give one of the stores a call to confirm
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Does anyone knows if this applies to sunglasses as well or just glasses?
Well you got balls to ask in the first place (pardon the expression)
You're welcome @Huraqan , it's always good to have some prescription sunglasses come spring / summer :)
Thanks for posting, I was looking at getting some prescription sunglasses and these are awesome. I've used Specky Four Eyes previously and they are brilliant. Heat added
no they are naughty glasses 8)
Are these good glasses?
This discount still working
yesglasses.com/pd Cover your CCV number too.
Hi thanks for the tip! I used PD Meter and had 65mm and ordered some long distance driving specs. Used a website and they emailed me a 63mm PD. Agh. Found my SSvers details of 64mm. Nice average.
I used an Android app called PD Meter and it was excellent. You have to hold a plastic card (eg Tesco clubcard - prob best not to use a credit card!) up to your face and the app, knowing exactly the size of a standard plastic card, can then determine the distance between your pupils
Do they use PayPal?
Goggles4U have all sorts of promo codes floating about. It may work out cheaper to use the US site and the code G4U45 with more expensive frames. Mentioned it here a few days ago. BOGO (buy one get one) is a good code but only on specific frames, under the tab "Promotions" > "BOGO". It pays off to play around with codes a little.
I just tried -7.00 and the price is the same. However you'd be best off using BOGO on the £19.95 pairs with thin lenses, which would get you two for £59.85 delivered.
That's cheap. Wonder if it varies depending on your prescription.
OK, got an answer from them and followed advice. Choose clear non-prescription under 'fashion' option. Don't choose a package (unless you want thin:anti scratch) on the next screen is option of brown, green, grey sunglass lenses.
Oh, don't hold me to that, now you say that I'm not sure. Under that, there's two sub options "manufacturer non-prescription lenses" and "no lenses" As they're advertised as sunglasses I just assumed the standard lenses would be tinted. I think I'll ping them an email to check.
I tought that’s just going to be a clear glass option... but thanks ;)
Just choose 'fashion' under lens option
Received mine today. The lens is so badly cut, it does meet up to the frame in the corners and you can light and jagged cuts. Nose pegs were misaligned too. Frame is nice. The colour and finish of the frame is loverly. Light too. Ordered 31/03/19 and received today 18/03/19. Not bad if you’re not in a hurry. Kept me informed. Great prices. But... I can’t believe they thought my glasses was acceptable to be posted to me. Waiting for a reply to my refund question. Ok I’m gutted. Nice case?
Been 2 weeks so far and no progress. Still saying payment received 29 march...summer will be over by the time they arrive
Got this offer last time it was on. If you don't mind waiting 5 or 6 weeks for delivery they are very good. Well made and stylish. Excellent value for money.
Hmm... Anyway just pay with PayPal
Always accept the free lens package, they will then email you to offer you the specky2 package for £9.99 instead of £19.99. So you can then accept it for £10 less if you wanted it. We've noticed that you've selected Single Vision glasses but not opted for the Specky2 lens package which includes an anti-glare coating (prevents glare from oncoming headlights
Great find, ordered a pair, thanks
no but you get a free crack pipe to replace your old one (cheeky)
Do these include a free hug
Some of these are rubberish (nerd)
Do these slip off your nose or do they have sufficient grip.
I'm not sure the guarantee would alloy that.
only came for the comments (y)
Better buy some quick before they re inflate the price. Do they suit people with bald heads? If they are OOS it will be a let down. Prices have been slashed. Etc.
It’s a good deal however when we took our daughter in for her first eye test we were told she needed glasses for a stigmatism. Got our 2 pairs but after a couple of months we took her to the hospital for a second opinion (refer from GP) and they confirmed she didn’t need glasses, her prescription was the lowest they can possibly get and unnecessary. We’ve since heard for others with the same experience, from different branches of Specsavers. I’m sure they are just being over cautious but we could have easily made our daughter wear glasses for years which aren’t actually necessary.
Thank you I will look in to this yes we do have the lenses thinned
Do you pay to have extras on the lenses or upgrade to designer glasses? All stores will offer 65/85 kids range free of charge standard lenses with uv protection. Some stores will allow upto the £89 adults selection for older children. Anything above this or extras on lenses will be charged on top. Hope that helps
Not in Stratford upon Avon I end up paying around £150 for my children’s glasses
Fantastic deal 🙌🙌🙌
Handy, as Scousers are likely going to be in need of both for the title run-in ;)
If a relative of mine's experience is anything to go by, Specsavers will tell you after your free hearing test that the NHS aids that you would get will not be as good for your hearing loss and your 'requirements' as these ones we have here that we can flog you for £000's 'together with a free trial'. As above see your GP for a referral to your local NHS audiology department.
And in similar news, advice and review and treatment by knowledgeable trained health care professional is available free of charge for any health concern! Just phone your local gp surgery AND if specialist care is needed you will be referred to specialist care where needed! That's all this is, a gp referral is needed, high street providers have narrow referral criteria but do the job for those who fulfil criteria just as well, although quicker. Its not free per se, it comes from the bottomless pit known as the nhs
Same here, just checked... I use dailies vitrea and I'm £60 pa plus checkups and free glasses better off on the specsavers scheme compared to that online retailer, quite surprised by that.
On paper Specsavers Lensmail seems quite expensive, but as others have said when you take into account everything it's a decent deal. Solution works out quite cheap, it includes a £20 checkup, and guarantees free replacements if you lose lenses (at least a pair of monthlies a year, but they are very relaxed with this). I didn't know about the glasses perk, but that helps sweeten the deal even more!
If you’re on a direct debit for lenses, you get free pair of glasses every 2 years (y)
If you are subscribed to a monthly plan and lose a contact lense you can ring the lensemail telephone number and then collect a replacement lense from store for free.
Free eye test posted deal on her for liverpool Store. Think there are a few offering free eye tests in Liverpool try ask them to price match any other offers. There contact lens are branded better than your average ones. They also do hearing aids free on nhs. My local specsavers store link below https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores/kirkby
This isn’t comparable if I want to trial lenses before buying a large quantity; the least you would pay for the Acuvue Moist 5 pairs would be £4.05 plus £2.98 postage, total £7.03. This deal lets you try 5 pairs for just postage of £2.98, which equates to being over 50% cheaper.
Google Accuve Moist. Result shown below. 30 lenses for £12.15 from Vision Direct 10 lenses £4.05 (5 pairs) Free orders over £49... I buy 5 boxes at a time for free next day delivery, otherwise £2.98 Postage if under £49. Image below.
Do you mind sharing where you can get the Acuvue Moist for this price from please?
Not able to add code, as 'special price applied' shows on summary basket where you would normally enter codes, which does not allow further discount codes. This 'free trial' costs £2.99 for 5 pairs, and I pay £4.05 for 5 pairs of Acuve Moist. So a 'saving' of £1 is not tempting me to try them.
Boots do a free contact lens trial. You also get an assessment to evaluate the best contacts for you. To me this sounds a better (and safer) option.
They fixed it already :)
I found a nice pair, ordered. They emailed offering the lens upgrade for a reduction at £9.99 I accepted. However I'm a bit concerned, they took the addition automatically without me needs to approve/enter card details again? Also the total amount they've taken is £43.89 28.99 plus 9.99 is not 43.89. I've sent them an email.ail, but if anyone else accepts the offer make sure you check the amounts.
They have a better selection of mens glasses on the Guess deals section. The code for the guess glasses is GUESS25 . (y)
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