$49 for Comprehensive Eye Exam and $200 Worth of Glasses at The Eyewear Gallery ($300 Value)

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In a Nutshell

After 30-minute exam, clients peruse selection of frames and select staff-prescribed single-vision or progressive lenses

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Appointment required. Subject to availability. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Limit one per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with any other offers or deals. Not valid toward Maui Jim, Rudy Project or Wiley X brands. Extra fee may apply for contact lens exam. Not valid with insurance. $200 credit valid with purchase of new frame and prescription lenses or sunglass lenses only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Wearing eyeglasses is the easiest way to look intelligent, closely beating out reading a full set of encyclopedias on the bus or being British. Wise up your eyes with this Groupon.

$49 for Comprehensive Eye Exam and $200 Worth of Glasses and Lenses ($300 Total Value)

The Eyewear Gallery's selection of frames ($120–$450) includes Eight to Eighty metal frames ($129), Envision Eyewear plastic frames ($129), and others. CR-39 plastic single-vision lenses start at $80. Infinity nondigital progressive lenses ($199) and digital, freeform progressive lenses ($399) aid close-up and distance vision alike. Designer frames from John Varvatos, Giorgio Armani, Eyefunc, Kliik, Menizzi, and Seraphin are also available. This Groupon may be used toward prescription sunglasses, but not toward Maui Jim, Rudy Project, or Wiley X brands. $200 credit must be used on frame with prescription lenses.

The Eyewear Gallery

The Eyewear Gallery's staff—composed of two optometrists and three eyewear-style specialists—cover all aspects of eye care, from giving exams to selecting flattering frames. Once they've helped match frames with faces or light-sensitive Renaissance portraits, The Eyewear Gallery has them inset with high-quality Hoya and Zeiss lenses. Their passion to help others see the world clearly has caused two of the staff members to bring their skills to remote villages in Honduras, where proper vision helps children stay successful in school and enables craftspeople to ply their trades.

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