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What You'll Get
Nearsightedness impairs one’s ability to drive, read, and make the crucial distinction between truth serum and chocolate milk. Guard your secrets with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get $200 worth of any in-stock prescription frames and lenses at Bell Road Eyewear. This Groupon is not valid for Ray-Ban frames.
The vision-enhancing staff at Bell Road Eyewear fits clients with an expansive variety of designer eyewear in an intimate, boutique environment. Fashionable Bebe ($175+) and DKNY ($220+) frames keep single-vision plastic lenses ($75) or bifocal plastic lenses ($220) from absconding with antique monocles. Clients can bring along their lens prescription, or the opticians at Bell Road Eyewear can assess vision for an additional fee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid with insurance. Not valid for contact lenses or Ray-Ban frames. Valid only for in-stock frames. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bell Road Eyewear
Dr. Nicki Hill enjoys sharing her optometric skills with those in need, whether that entails working with patients at U.S. Veterans Affairs Hospitals or performing free eye exams for tornado victims in Tuscaloosa and Pratt City. Shoppers can find the same level of care inside Bell Road Eyewear's airy emporium. There, staff members guide visitors through a large inventory of designer eyewear and illuminate the distinctions between single-vision plastic and polycarbonate lenses. Frames by Danish brand ProDesign and chic styles from Vogue, DKNY, and Jai Kudo rest atop antique-style wood tables. Shoppers can also peruse selections of children's glasses, sunglasses, and monocles fitted with stained glass. Although Dr. Hill can diagnose visual capabilities in-house, Bell Road Eyewear will also fill lens prescriptions from outside optometrists.