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Free eye test when you buy any pair of glasses, plus save £20 when you spend £90 @ Boots Opticians
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31/03/2018Expires on 31/03/2018Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Free eye test from Boots Opticians, when you buy any pair of glasses or prescription sunglasses (or £10 eye test without glasses purchase, usual price £25). plus save £20 when you… Read more
MrFizzy1 h, 39 m ago

What if you have an eye test and you then find you don't need glasses? Or, …What if you have an eye test and you then find you don't need glasses? Or, doesn't that ever happen


Happened to me last year after wearing glasses for 40 years
MrFizzy1 h, 11 m ago

What if you have an eye test and you then find you don't need glasses? Or, …What if you have an eye test and you then find you don't need glasses? Or, doesn't that ever happen


Never seen that, but maybe I need to go to Spec Savers.
What if you have an eye test and you then find you don't need glasses? Or, doesn't that ever happen
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Xboxgamer3216 m ago

You’re title is misleading it says £9. Heat added though!


Sorry, my mistake, fixed!
So I need to spend £90 on glasses to be told whether I need glasses or not 🤔
GlassesDirect.co.uk | 50% OFF FRAMES + FREE 2ND PAIR + FREE DELIVERY | Expires Midnight 31st October!
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Found 31st Oct 2017Found 31st Oct 2017
50% OFF FRAMES + FREE 2ND PAIR + FREE DELIVERY as glassesdirect.co.uk. USE CODE: 3IN1TREA T This deal expires at midnight tonight (31st October 2017). Grab yourself a bargai… Read more
I have used 👓 direct and they are excellent. I have got the basic ones and use it everyday for a year now and they have lasted well surprisingly

Their after sales service is great too..will definitely recommend
Edited by: "b4dr1" 31st Oct 2017
They have a regular 50% discount offer, but do your maths first - if you're going for the cheaper 2-for-1 range, it's cheaper to wait for the MSE discount code, usually around £33 discount and free delivery.
Edited by: "mcek" 31st Oct 2017
Free second pair offer applies when selecting a frame priced at £49 and above, excluding Boutique frames

So a minimum spend of 24.50.
Mine from asda optician needed adjusting twice, once without me knowing. How would this work?? I mean they might require adjusting around the ear or need tightening more
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Plus 5% Quidco too... another £3.13 cashback on the order I mention above!
Free eye test at Selected Specsavers Stores- usually £22ish (£7.50 in others)
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Found 17th Sep 2017Found 17th Sep 2017
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.
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no voucher there
Emma.Powell68220th Sep

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


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 ?
michaeloswell17th Sep

Free in Tesco's


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.
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ASDA Opticians Luxury Brands (choice of Armani /Gucci /Prada /Ralph Lauren/ Ray Ban) - Instore only - £150
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Asda Opticians now sell Luxury Brands - Armani, Gucci, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Ray Ban - Instore only - £150 complete price per frame (Luxury) £150 Price includes 1 Luxury Frame (ch… Read more
Heat777

And seeing as we all know that these 'designer' frames are all made by … And seeing as we all know that these 'designer' frames are all made by one mega company, the only difference between these and the more expensive ones in other opticians would be the lens


I'd agree that the name on the frame is pretty meaningless - wherever you go. But if the gullible are happy to cross-subsidise my cheaper frames I'm happy with that.

The real bargain with Asda, though, is the inclusion of the varifocal and super-thin lenses within the price. Specsavers charge the earth for both - huge saving at Asda. They're not really geared up to compete in any other way with Specsavers at present (though the testing's fine and properly equipped) and the customer service is poor, but if you're happy to take them on if they get something wrong (which they do) and aren't too far from a branch, they're stunning value.
And seeing as we all know that these 'designer' frames are all made by one mega company, the only difference between these and the more expensive ones in other opticians would be the lens
Standard offer but great deal. Just got mine last month for £149 for 1 pair of premium and 1 pair of designer premium.
I am sure this has always been at this price in Asda. A great deal undoubtedly. Had a pair of super premium glasses with one pair of uv resistance done for £199 all inclusive done a few months ago . A absolute bargain compared to SpecSavers who were charging approx £500 for the same thing.
32 Sets of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses £12.98 delivered @ Daysoft
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This is not a "deal" as such, this is their normal price for a months supply of lenses. I'm only posting it because some may not have heard of them before and it hasn't been posted… Read more
feel good are cheap

as are lenson esp for bulk orders

vision direct also

I also use lenstore.co.uk/req…ent too as you get free sight test and contact lenses aftercare from vision express if you buy lenses on line with them

wearing toric dailies means mine cost a bit more so i shop around and stock up with whoevers cheapest
Edited by: "mrwhitelabel" 22nd Mar 2017
I always use Feel Good Contacts. £26 delivered for a three month supply of lenses (monthlies). Fabulous customer service and speedy delivery in the four years I've been using them.

Plus, Specsavers allow a free trial of their lenses every 12 months, so I use them to check over my eyes for free. Winner!
Used to be a strong believer in these but have now moved on to a different brand. Comfort-wise they were pretty much equal to start with but I found these tended to make my eyes feel dry sooner.
iliketodeal

Agreed.. their customer service is excellent



​Hmmm, try getting a straight answer from them though, such as "how did you manage to release batches of lenses with incorrect pH if you conduct stringent tests?"...
the silk ones burn
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ASDA Opticians - the cheapest glasses EVER if you require super-thin lenses - they are FREE - 2 pairs £99
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Hi Folks, just a heads-up to other glasses-wearers out there who have to have super thin lenses due to their specific prescription. I'm long-sighted, around +5.5, and to get even… Read more
I am sorry if you have taken offence to what I said.
1. You have told me to read the thread a few times now. Thanks but I can read very well.
2. You said I "implied" things. Incorrect.

In both instances you're unfortunately 100% incorrect to say so.
You 100% said the "Presumably" statement. I urge you to read the thread and I look forward to your acceptance of what you wrote, no apology needed. So by denying the obvious you made it a playground.

No petty insults from me. Felt like it was time to lighten the mood.

All good here, keep up the good work X)

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stan38

Maybe you need your eyes retested then



!!!!!!

You joined HUKD to supposedly add your wisdom as an "expert" in this area, and within your first, what, 5 posts, have resorted to just throwing petty insults at me as the OP, an insult in fact specifically related to the medical condition I created this thread to assist people with. Playground stuff, or, depending how you look at it, offensive conduct.

Perhaps you should crawl back under whichever bridge you came from, as this thread will have helped hundreds of HUKD'ers save vast sums of money on their glasses.

Whether you like it or not, other people will read what you write and pass comment on it, especially if it makes little to no sense.

No insults from me, just a suggestion that you go back to patrolling your bridge, wherever it may be.
Nujol

Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread. You … Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread. You implied that somehow ASDA opticians would not give such a good service, listing various things that should be done. And I am telling you the Asda optician did these.



Maybe you need your eyes retested then
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stan38

As you correctly state it's a deals website then stick to facts about the … As you correctly state it's a deals website then stick to facts about the deal and don't state things like:"Presumably they trick people into getting them in some circumstances where it makes no perceptible difference."If you have never had this experience then why state it? Does this comment not relate to opticians? When did I "state the ASDA optician would not have given" you advice? You'll find I didn't. There were a lot of people on here asking about what appropriate lenses they may need, so I added more professional advice, clearly not even using the word ASDA. Sorry, optometry is a small world and I'm not the only optician to spot this thread and that comment.



Your "Presumably" quote was not said by me - try reading the thread.

You implied that somehow ASDA opticians would not give such a good service, listing various things that should be done. And I am telling you the Asda optician did these.
anyone with flat nose bridge ever managed to get glasses from asda?

ps: my facial featues, so no joke please. be kind.
Free eye tests in London at City Sight - The City University
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Eye Tests and Glasses City's newly refurbished City Sight Clinic offers free sight tests, contact lens fittings and aftercare. The clinic recently joined forces with Topcon, a manu… Read more
The voucher on the website does also say "...and the local community".
Maybe I misunderstand the meaning of alumni, but doesn't that exclude the vast majority of people from using this freebie?

http://www.city.ac.uk/health/facilities/city-sight
Free eye tests for City, University of London, staff and students
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Free Eye test at Specsavers LONDON - till 31st December
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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.
fishwibbler

I had a similar experience - I knew my vision was getting better, but the … I had a similar experience - I knew my vision was getting better, but the optometrist insisted I needed stronger glasses. I sought a second opinion and my suspicion was confirmed. I don't trust these rogues any more. My eyes are precious thank you Specsavers, you unscrupulous rat-bags. This was all a few years ago. I need an eye test again just to check and I have a test booked with Boots Opticians on Monday. Suffice to say, Specsavers wasn't a consideration for me this time!I foresee a backlash like PPI - "Were you mis-sold stronger prescription specs than you needed?"


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...
mk96

The store that you pick... That's down to you. EDIT: INSTRUCTIONS 1. … The store that you pick... That's down to you. EDIT: INSTRUCTIONS 1. Click on the link https://www.specsavers.co.uk/stores2. Type in your location/desired store3. Click on the NAME of the store, do not click book online 4. On the "corresponding" page you will see a dotted box with a print icon. For most stores, the inside of the box will state "free eye test". I hope this is now clear for everyone who do not live in London


Got it. Thanks.
Generic URL is based on <> where * = name of store.
£5 cashback at Premier Vision Opticians (Bradford) (new patients only)
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Heard an advert on Pulse Radio. Premier Vision on John street Bradford are offering £5 cash back (yes crisp new waterproof fivers) to any new patient who has an eye test with them.… Read more
So much for the profession lobbying for an increase in sight test fee when firms like these are handing money away!!
Free eye tests from Vision Express
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Book your Free Eye Test appointment In just three easy steps you can book a Free Eye Test and help your vision last a lifetime: Find your local Vision Express store by entering y… Read more
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Don't bother going to the Westfield Shepherd's Bush branch - They are more concerned on selling premium glasses that don't suit you and delaying the process of providing your prescription slip. You will know who the guys who work there are, they walk around Westfield with aviator shades on (this is an indoors shopping mall). Don't forget, most companies offer free eye tests via their VDU scheme as part of standard employee benefits.
Is this subject to NHS entitlement?
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Thanks just requested an appointment - its been years since my last
I've just had my free eye test at VE. Very professional! But their lenses are too expensive. I'll buy my varifocals at Glasses Direct for £99.
Good deal, Vision Express are one of the best opticians in my experience.
Free Tint (worth £20) With Buy One Get One Free Prescription Glasses (£65 Min) @ Tesco opticians
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I managed to lose my glasses at the weekend so popped into Tesco as have my prescription with them. I was planning to take advantaged of thier BOGOF offer and seen an advertisemen… Read more
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Cheers. Booked an appointment.
Shame they don't have the Star Wars frames online any more https://www.tescoopticians.com/prescription-glasses/star-wars/

Found an article though https://www.tescoopticians.com/help-and-advice/tesco-opticians-blog/limited-edition-star-wars-glasses/

"Our limited edition adult’s frames come in two different designs and are available to buy both in-store and online. Each design features durable acetate plastic frames and brushed gunmetal sides, embossed with the iconic Star Wars™ logo at the temple. The sides are finished with comfortable plastic tips and feature either Kylo Ren or a row of stormtroopers on the inner arms."

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£10 Printable Eye Test Voucher (Inc. Digital Retinal Photography) @ Boots Opticians
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INSTRUCTIONS: Our £10 eye check offer helps you save money on our usual price of £25. Your eye check with us will include: A thorough eye health check including digital retina… Read more
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Myself and a work colleague were looking for a cheap eye test as our employer will cover the cost of a test upto £10 and this fitted the bill nicely, I know Tesco offer eye tests free as standard however it might be more convenient if you have a Boots Opticians closer and they also include the retinal photography as well.
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£40 all in for glasses; frames & thinner lenses from Asda Opticians - great for those with high index prescriptions!
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Asda offer range of glasses for men and women from £40. This is the complete price which includes: - Thinner lenses (This is the real money saver!) - Scratch Resistant Coating - A… Read more
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You must be the exception then.
They have tried THREE times to get one of my pairs right.
Specsavers?
I wish I'd gone to blooming POUNDLAND !!!
Never again.
Cyrano63

I got positive experience with ASDA Hyson Green. Order on Sunday, and the … I got positive experience with ASDA Hyson Green. Order on Sunday, and the glass arrived next Friday.I need thinner lenses (1.74) due to high prescription (-6 and -7), and £40 deal is the cheapest I can find. Even the online store is more expensive with the thinner lense.


Me too, I used a Colchester branch and have two pairs of varifocals that I am really pleased with and also really good value.
I got positive experience with ASDA Hyson Green. Order on Sunday, and the glass arrived next Friday.
I need thinner lenses (1.74) due to high prescription (-6 and -7), and £40 deal is the cheapest I can find. Even the online store is more expensive with the thinner lense.
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Gazz59

PRIZE plum, er sorry...pluun


Drunk again, Gazza?
Pluun

You're having a laff.Don't you read Which? oO



PRIZE plum, er sorry...pluun
Free eye test @ Boots
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Just booked tesco free eye test as it is closer to me than boots..but both freebies are great!
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As mentioned before, it's only free if you purchase a pair of glasses. The £10 voucher works though, as I used that last week.
1234orange

Try google ...free eye test Boots



​i have tried google and I could only find a voucher for an eye test for £10.

Where is the free offer?
Think its free if you spend more than £100 on glasses... Their is a £10 eye test voucher thought , cant find no free offer..
Edited by: "bigjeremy" 5th Oct 2015
I've often wondered whether given that eye tests are free here in Scotland whether the take up rate is any higher or lower than in England.
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arczi19

Hmm, where does it says that its free? Cant seem to find any info on it


Try google ...free eye test Boots
FREE EYE TESTS FOR EVERYONE  AT VISION EXPRESS
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FREE eye test for everyone from the 21st September to the 31st October at Vision Express. Register your details at https://www.visionexpress.com/free-eye-test-voucher/ For a vouche… Read more
thanks
What happens after you've booked a test? Do they call you or send you a text?
Cheers just got a voucher and booked my eye test for next week
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ashleyrunt

Do they give you a prescription or do you just have to get glasses from … Do they give you a prescription or do you just have to get glasses from them ?


I went this afternoon and they gave me my prescription. By law they have to give you your prescription so you can go elsewhere or use it online to purchase glasses.
Do they give you a prescription or do you just have to get glasses from them ?
Prescription glasses £14.95 inc postage! SUPERDRUG OPTICIANS
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If you have prescription (max 2 years old) you can have prescription glasses for 14.95 including postage (standard lenses, and a lot of frames to choose).
Wow, didn't know Superdrug did online glasses! One to go for if you're nervous about Goggles4U or Zenni Optical.
great deal
patya

Hopefully it works now


Works now, thanks
Original Poster
Hopefully it works now
Not working for me either
FREE eye test @ Specsavers
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Found 16th Aug 2015Found 16th Aug 2015
As per description, just print out the voucher and redeem at your nearest participating store. Vaild until the 31st August 2015
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flimbo73

Or just go to Tesco where it's free all the time.


Assuming your local Tesco offers eye tests, or it isn't miles away to the closest one that does... Otherwise go to Specsavers which is 2 minutes down the road!

Just because it suits you... doesn't mean it's right for everybody!
Great... Thanks for this.
Also free for those on a low income, you just need to have a HC2 certificate.
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can confirm voucher accepted, had my eye test today, very professional and no hard sell after
aing69

Free eye test and then look forward to the hard sell for every upgrade … Free eye test and then look forward to the hard sell for every upgrade possible - bifocal, varifocal, tinting, insurance, etc etc. Worse than double glazing salesmen (we'll I suppose its similar actually - just single glazing )


Had exactly the opposite experience when I finally gave in and decided to get glasses. Free eye test. Free retinal photography. Really nice optician who let me bring my toddler in because she was kicking off at her mum! And absolutely no attempt to up-sell anything. I didn't even know they did insurance!
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