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What You'll Get
Like a pessimistic attitude, a pair of glasses with the wrong prescription results in complaining, headaches, and a tendency to mistake molehills for mountains. Look on the bright side with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get $150 worth of prescription glasses at Arizona Primary Eye Care.
The bilingual staff at Arizona Primary Eye Care, led by Drs. Cheryl Schmitt and Katrina Nichols, helps customers pick out snazzy prescription glasses from a large selection of high quality frames from designers such as Coach and Lafont. An online eyeglass guide recommends lens options by asking customers a series of questions concerning their lifestyle, eyewear needs, and how often they get punched in the glasses. Qualified opticians direct the frame fitting and adjustment, their subtle fixes preventing pinched noses on clients just as face guards do on lobstermen. The Rampage 110 frames ($125) and the Clearvision XL1 frames ($135) both deliver dress eyewear that can be combined with lenses of any kind, including single vision ($45) and bifocal ($75) lenses. Arizona Primary Eye Care is open Monday through Saturday to cater to cluttered calendars, and the center provides one-year limited warranties on all its frames and lenses. Groupon users in need of an eye exam can partake of this service for $50, half of Arizona Primary Eye Care's normal price. This discount cannot be combined with insurance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arizona Primary Eye Care
Optometrists Cheryl Schmitt and Katrina Nichols combined their specialties—which include children’s vision, contact lenses, and glaucoma—to establish Arizona Primary Eye Care. Both former presidents of the Southern Arizona Optometric Society, they use Optomap retinal exams to evaluate eyes before pairing them with prescription lenses and frames from Nike, Coach, and other top brands.