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Eye Can See Optical - Plano

$49 for an Eye Glasses Package with Eye Exam and $200 Toward Prescription Glasses at Eye Can See Optical ($339 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 270 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid for Maui Jim sunglasses. Extra $29 fitting fee for contact lens exam. All services must be used by the same person. Flexible spending accounts accepted for balances exceeding the voucher value. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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Questions and Answers 12 questions

Q:

Does the $189+ starting price you mentioned include frame AND lenses? Also, do you accept Aetna insurance? If our insurance covers an annual exam, would we be able to get reimbursed for the $49 groupon?

Dobrinka N.  asked on  Nov 25, 2012

A:

Our frame priced start at $189. After choosing your lenses, you will get $200 off the total price. Yes we do accept Aetna. upon any payment from your insurance, we will refund up to your original $49. If you have any "flex account", you can use it too.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

A:

I am sorry, I do not understand the answer to the first question. If I like $200 frames and the lenses cost another $150 (is this a reasonable estimate?) then a pair of glasses will be $350 which means I still need to pay $150 after the $200 credit. Is the this difference reasonable according to your price range?

Dobrinka N.  from  Self  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

A:

Hi Dobrinka! Sorry for the confusion! The prices of their frames start at $189+. Single-vision plastic lenses start at $69+ and transitions lenses start at $80. The Groupon will act as a $200 credit toward your purchase of prescription eye glasses. You will be responsible to pay any difference over the $200.

Patrick S.  from  Groupon  replied on  Nov 27, 2012

Q:

I understand the frames start at $189. Approximately how much are single vision lenses without any special coatings?

Diane H.  asked on  Nov 26, 2012

A:

The price for single vision lenses is $69.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

Q:

Could this offer be used for a child? If so, what do children's frames start at?

Lizette L.  asked on  Nov 26, 2012

A:

Yes, this offer can be used for any child over 5 years old. Our children's frames start at $139.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

Q:

I already had my exam and I have a Rx for new glasses. Can I apply the amount that would have gone for the exam, towards the glasses?

Pam C.  asked on  Nov 26, 2012

A:

You could use your own Rx. The $49 exam fee cannot be used toward the purchase of glasses.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

Q:

Are all of your glasses priced above 200$?

Daniela A.  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

The prices of our frames begin at $189.00

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

Q:

does the exam include contact exam

Richard D.  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

Contact exams will be an additional $29 for spherical vision. If you have astigmatism, it will be $49.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

Q:

I need bifocals. Are bifocals included in this $49 value?

Patricia W.  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

Yes, bifocals are included in this $49 offer.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

Q:

Good for gas perm lenses?

sharon  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

This offer is only for eye exams and $200 voucher for a complete pair of prescription glasses. The $29 fitting charge is for soft contact lenses. Therefore, it does not include gas perm lenses.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

Q:

Do you have less expensive non-designer frames available?

Tracy W.  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

The prices of our frames start at $189.00

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

Q:

Can I use my own frames and use the $200 voucher value towards progressive lens with non glare coating? What is the average price of progressive lens?

Sue J.  asked on  Nov 24, 2012

A:

The $200 voucher is towards a complete set of prescription glasses, which includes the frame and lenses. If you have your own frames that you would like to use, then you will pay out of pocket for the lenses. The price of progressive lenses varies with respect to quality of the lenses, brands, and your prescription. Progressive lenses start from $199+.

Kue k.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 24, 2012

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