The most coveted level of vision is 20/20, which means you can correctly identify 20 out of 20 swear words on the optometrist's eye chart. Focus on what matters with this Groupon.
$39 for Eye Exam and $200 Toward Prescription Eyewear ($235 Total Value)
Customers can get a complete eye exam and $200 toward prescription eyewear, or they can eschew the exam and get $235 toward prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses. Single-vision prescription lenses start at $99, whereas prescription sunglass lenses start at $149. Standard frames start at $99, and designer frames start at $135, including brands such as DKNY ($177), Ralph Lauren ($195), and Calvin Klein ($178).
At Boss Optical, a team of opticians and doctors of optometry guide patients through each stage of the vision-correction experience. Starting with a comprehensive eye examination, the doctors pore over ocular orbs for signs of aberration and screen for disease. Prescriptions are then sent to their onsite lab, where technicians churn out single-vision, bifocal, and progressive lenses within a few days; enough time for patients to pick out an ideal pair from more than 1,000 frames—including more than 60 from designer brands—but not so long that their eyes have already turned into raisins. The staff can also satisfy frame-free tastes by fitting eyes with contact lenses from brands such as Acuvue and Bausch + Lomb. A free, private parking lot is available next to Boss Optical's building.
88% of 385 customers recommend
“I was pleased with the level of service I received. They were very professional and they helped me select eyeglasses”
“Great place! Quick and easy to get an appt Wendy the associate helped me find a pair of frames was in and out in about an hour including exam Other places I have been...”
“Great place! Quick and easy to get an appt Wendy the associate helped me find a pair of frames was in and out in about an hour including exam Other places I have been to take forever”
“It's was a great experience . The earlier you get there . The faster they'll see you”