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What You'll Get
Eyeglasses replaced more antiquated vision correction techniques, such as exorcising ill humors or demanding that a captive genie invent laser surgery. Support innovative technology with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get $200 toward one pair of prescription lenses and frames at Cunningham Vision Centers, with locations in Ann Arbor, Saline, and Tecumseh.
The opticians at Cunningham Vision Centers help customers select from a variety of designer frames and fit them with high-quality lenses. Eyeglasses from brands such as Michael Stars (up to $199), Jill Stuart (up to $249), and Lafont ($249–$774) peer from racks in the show room, where experts help match frames with customers' individual face shape and dramatic glasses-removal arm motion. Cunningham Vision Centers can forge any existing prescription into accurate, progressive lenses from brands such as Varilux Physio. Eye exams are also available with an appointment. Lens prices vary based on patient's prescription, and lens materials range from standard plastic to polycarbonate to high-impact Oakley Plutonite, with the option to add additional treatments, such as anti-reflective treatments, ultraviolet protection, or a scratch-resistant coating to protect spectacles from grizzly bears demanding to try them on just once.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with insurance. Not valid toward non-prescription eyewear or sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cunningham Vision Centers
Across three locations, the opticians at Cunningham Vision Centers help customers select from a variety of designer frames and fit them with high-quality lenses. In the show room, experts help match frames with customers' individual face shapes. Cunningham Vision Centers then forges any existing prescription into accurate single-vision or progressive lenses before fitting the lenses into the frames. Lens prices vary based on the patient's prescription, and lens materials range from standard plastic to polycarbonate to the thinner and lighter high index. Clients have the option to add additional lens treatments, such as anti-glare treatments, ultraviolet protection, or a scratch-resistant coating that protects spectacles from grizzly bears demanding to try them on just once.
For eye exams, available by appointment, Dr. Thomas Cunningham channels more than a quarter-century of experience when regaling patients about the ‘80s invention of indoor sunglasses or assessing ocular health. He’s joined by the former team optometrist for the Detroit Lions—Dr. Jeffrey Rautio—who takes a special interest in dry eye and glaucoma management as well as specialty contact lenses.