$49 for an Eye Exam and $100 Toward Prescription Eyewear at Professional Eyecare of West Michigan ($313 Value)

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Eye exam evaluates vision; optometrists fit faces with flattering designer frames

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Expires Jul 15th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice requested. Not valid toward contact lenses. $100 credit may be applied toward "50 Shades of Spring" designer frames on 5/9/13. Accept HSA and Flex spending as forms of payment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$49 for a Prescription-Eyewear Package ($313 Value)

  • Eye exam, including case history, visual-acuity test, glasses prescription, dilation, and health assessment (a $193 value)
  • Fundus photos, snapped by an ABO-certified optician to verify retinal health (a $20 value)
  • $100 toward prescription eyewear

Single-vision lenses ($69+) fit inside frames ($69+) by Banana Republic, Juicy Couture, and Guess. Technicians can also craft lined bifocal ($149+) and progressive lenses ($199+). Customers may use a flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) for any remaining balance on their eyewear purchase if they wish. Groupon customers also receive 30% off a second pair of prescription glasses. Don't miss Professional Eyecare of West Michigan's spring event 50 Shades of Spring, which will feature a selection of 2,000 frames from designers such as Juicy Couture, Jimmy Choo, and Carrera.

Professional Eyecare of West Michigan

Dr. Troy LeBaron attended Southern College of Optometry, has experience in aviation, construction, farming, electronics, and manufacturing—an eclectic list of vocations that helps him to understand the vision requirements for patients in any line of work. As a certified HOYA technology expert and member of the proforum board for Transitions lenses, Dr. LeBaron can outfit eyes with gear that grants high-definition vision, adjusts to changing light conditions, and displays holograms of wide-open eyes during midwork catnaps. He also pairs faces with frames by designers such Cole Haan, Jimmy Choo, and Jonathan Cate and protects specs with antiglare and scratch-resistant coatings backed by 1-year warranties.

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