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What You'll Get
Eye accessories can transform their wearers, from eyelash extensions that impart glamour to monocles that endow peanuts with speech. Come out of your shell with this Groupon.
$50 for $200 Toward Prescription Eyewear or Sunglasses
Knowledgeable staffers match faces with designer and name-brand eyeglasses with prescription single-vision or bifocal lenses with glare-free coating ($369+). Progressive lenses include three different prescriptions and can be fit to any frame ($519). A complete pair of glasses includes frames and prescription lenses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must present a valid vision/eyewear prescription. Not valid with insurance. Not valid for eye exams or contact lenses. Not valid toward non-prescription sunglasses. Not valid for Maui Jim, Wiley X, or Oakley sunglasses. Not valid for pre-existing frames. Valid only toward complete pairs of glasses, which include a frame and prescription lenses. Valid only for frames in stock. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eye-Deal Vision
After a military career spent treating soldiers and veterans in far-flung locales ranging from Kosovo to stateside Veterans Affairs hospitals, Dr. Joseph R. Rogalinski returned to his adopted home of Texas to tackle a new challenge: a civilian optometry practice. Joined by Dr. Elizabeth Nguyen and Dr. Joelle Choucair, he now dedicates his workday to improving eyesight with services ranging from comprehensive eye exams to laser surgery co-management and emergency eyecare treatments. His practice also houses an eyewear emporium with more than 1,000 eyeglass frames in as many different styles. Brands include Coach, RayBan, Ralph Lauren Polo and Dolce & Gabbana; each of their locations features different designers and different passwords for obtaining the “good” sunglasses.