What You'll Get
Corrective lenses help you realize that the blurry vision of Grandma's ghost is actually just Grandma. It all becomes clear with this Groupon.
$35 for $200 Toward Prescription Eyeglasses
This Groupon is valid toward designer frames from $99 and up with a Toughlites lens package for single vision, progressive, and bi-focal prescriptions. Browse a selection of hers, his, and unisex frames from such face-flattering designers as D&G, Prada, and Versace. Then, the experts at For Eyes Optical outfit the glasses with Toughlites lenses, made in three different lens types including pure, air, or natural.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 60 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid on complete pair of frames $99 and above with a Toughlites lens package. Valid for single vision, progressive, and bi-focal prescriptions. Not valid with vision insurance plans or prior orders. Not valid for eye exam, contact lenses, or non-prescription sunglasses. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About For Eyes Optical
Though there are 115 For Eyes Optical stores around the United States, the company still has the heart of a small start-up. In Philadelphia in 1972, a few friends had an idea to create an optical store that combined a friendly and open environment with a fair pricing structure and quality product. Today, they take pride in their continued commitment to value and customers.
In each store, expert independent doctors test clients' visual acuity and general eye health with comprehensive exams. Then, a store associate helps each person outfit their eyes with designer frames by brands such as Burberry, Prada, Ray-Ban, and more. For Eyes Optical has its own advanced 40,000-square foot optical lab in in Hialeah, Florida, where technicians shape, surface, and coat the lenses to fit each person's exact prescription. After creating the lenses—whether plastic, polycarbonate, or trivex Toughlites—they inspect and fit each into its corresponding frame by hand, a process that ensures quality control and guards against the robots, whose first objective is to hinder our eyesight.