Like hard-boiled detectives, prescription lenses clear up blurry mysteries and frequently end up framed. Focus on the facts with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$109 for an eyewear package (up to a $358.96 total value)
- Eye exam (a $59 value)
- Two sets of frames (up to a $99.99 value each)
- Two sets of lenses (up to a $49.99 value each)
$50 for $225 toward prescription glasses
- One set of full price frames
- One set of full price prescription lenses
The shop’s stock includes single-vision plastic lenses ($49.99+), lined bifocals ($69.99+), and progressive lenses ($89.99+). Optional add-ons include polycarbonate lenses ($35), light-sensitive transition lenses ($99.99), and polarized lenses ($79.99). Frames range from $69.99 to $300 and include styles from Banana Republic ($249), Converse ($199), Kate Spade ($229–$269), and Vera Wang ($129–$199).
Eye Doctor's Optical Outlets
Each Eye Doctor’s Optical Outlets location is doctor-owned, uniting the staff with a common vision to sharpen sight and boost eye health. Eye examinations reveal prescriptions and uncover any other ocular problems. After patients choose a new set of lenses, the in-house technicians get to work crafting them in the shop’s own lab rather than sending them off to be made during a summer camp’s arts and crafts day. Sundry designer frames border eyes in looks from Giorgio Armani and Marc Jacobs to Nike and Harley Davidson, and there is usually a trio of technicians in the shop, enabling multiple clients to summon help with a single pigeon call. Doctors can also help patients select the right contact lenses from brands such as Acuvue and Bausch & Lomb.