$50 for $100 Toward Prescription Eyewear from eyeglass.com

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Bifocal & progressive lenses fill frames from Gold and Wood, l.a. Eyeworks & others at pioneering eyewear site founded in 1995

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Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per order. Online only. Ships to U.S. only. Valid only for prescription lenses and frames. Must fax or email prescription. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

eyeglass.com: $50 for $100 Toward Prescription Eyewear from eyeglass.com

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$50 for $100 Toward Prescription Eyewear

Customers can choose retro frames inspired by Johnny Depp ($249), handmade Barrister Liberty round frames ($190), or Lady Bouquet combo frames ($70), then add single-vision lenses ($46+) or progressive lenses ($129+).


In 1995, eyeglass.com pioneered the online-eyewear industry. Today, the site carries a broad selection of cat-eye, ‘50s plastic, half-rimless, and round glasses from brands such as Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Giorgio Armani. They subsequently fill those frames with single-vision lenses, progressive lenses, or sun lenses and a thin layer of special sauce. Once assembled, all eyeglasses are examined by a licensed optician before they’re shipped off.

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