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What You'll Get
For $499, today's deal gets you LASIK surgery for one eye at one of Icon LASIK's locations, in Denver, Loveland, or Grand Junction (a $1,499 value). The normal cost of LASIK at Icon varies from $499 to $1,499 per eye depending on your prescription; this Groupon offers a flat price per eye and is the best offer available for prescriptions of -0.5 or stronger.
Since 1999, Icon LASIK's independent surgeons have corrected more than 90,000 sets of eyes, including those of such noteworthy Denverites as John Elway. Purchase a single Groupon to reward your right eye for foiling the left eye's cranial coup attempts, or buy two Groupons to get both eyes covered. Patients should call ahead to schedule a pre-op consultation, and post-operation appointments are also included in today's Groupon to enable eye owners to come back and show off their newly functional peeper or peepers.
- The doctors are SO nice and patient, answering every question and taking as much time as I needed. – HappyinCO, Denver location, Citysearch
- I had a great experience at Icon LASIK. The surgery was great, the outcome was fantastic, and the price was affordable. Can't beat that. – Julie W., Denver location, Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. By appointment only. Valid for NIDEK laser only. Consultation required. Additional fee for upgrade. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Icon LASIK
The surgeons at Icon LASIK have sharpened the vision of more than 90,000 patients since 1999, including professional athletes John Elway, Tom Danielson, and Bode Miller. Using three types of LASIK lasers, the doctors are equipped to address a range of acuity impairments, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Before procedures, Orbscan mapping and measurement technology takes careful stock of the structure and power of each eye without revealing television watching habits.