$50 for $200 Toward Eye Exam, Prescription Eyeglasses, or Prescription Sunglasses at Specs in Durham

Durham

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$200 75% $150
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In a Nutshell

Fashionable international brands such as Lafont, Fendi, Calvin Klein, and Oxibis

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 30th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. 24hr cancellation notice or $50 may apply. Appointment required. Subject to availability. Valid only for prescription glasses or sunglasses; not valid for contact lens examination or fitting for non-prescription eyewear. Not valid with insurance. Services must be used by the same person. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like hard-boiled detectives, prescription lenses clear up blurry mysteries and frequently end up framed. Focus on the facts with this Groupon.

$50 for $200 Toward Eye Exam and Prescription Eyewear

Eye exams cost $79. Complete sets of basic prescription glasses or sunglasses start at $189, with the store stocking brands such as Ray-Ban, Fendi, Guess, Gucci, and Prada. Customers may choose to redeem their Groupon toward an eye exam or prescription eyewear only, or a combination of both.

Specs

Founded in Durham 30 years ago by fashion-forward frame specialist George Fagét, Specs stocks an abundance of international brand-name frames in a stylish boutique setting with hardwood floors. Patients can bring along an existing prescription or sit down for a comprehensive eye exam that graciously spares retinas from math-heavy word problems. Whether transparent or UV-blocking, lenses come outfitted in the latest frame styles from such brands as Prodesign and Lafont. Upscale frames, such as the Italian X-Ide and the Swedish Öga, lend eyeballs more international panache than a bedazzled travel guide. For those without an up-to-date prescription, onsite eye exams assess peepers for vision and staring-contest dexterity.

Specs

Founded in Durham 30 years ago by fashion-forward frame specialist George Fagét, Specs stocks an abundance of international brand-name frames in a stylish boutique setting with hardwood floors. Patients can bring along an existing prescription or sit down for a comprehensive eye exam that graciously spares retinas from math-heavy word problems. Whether transparent or UV-blocking, lenses come outfitted in the latest frame styles from such brands as Prodesign and Lafont. Upscale frames, such as the Italian X-Ide and the Swedish Öga, lend eyeballs more international panache than a bedazzled travel guide. For those without an up-to-date prescription, onsite eye exams assess peepers for vision and staring-contest dexterity.

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