What You'll Get
The DealC$69 for an eye-care package (C$357.88 value)
- Comprehensive eye exam (an $89.95 value)
- Two six-packs of Orange silicone Hydrogel contact lenses ($88 value) in powers from +3.50 to -5.00
- Prescription lenses ($79.98 value), valid for +3 to -3.00 sphere or astigmatism up to -1.50
- Designer frames (up to $99.95 value)<p>
Each pack of Orange silicone Hydrogel contact lenses contains 6 lenses that can be worn both day and night for up to 30 days. New contact lens wearers may require separate training.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 10, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. This is a tax exempt offer. Not valid with any other offers. Valid for products only; new contact lens wearers may require separate training. Extra fee applies for prescription multifocal and no-line bifocal lenses or lens coatings. No substitutes for Orange silicone Hydrogel contact lenses; torics and multifocals not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Image Optometry
Dr. Alan R. Boyco keeps his eye on the world of sports—both as a fan and as an optometrist. That's because he's examined eyes for pro hockey's Vancouver Canucks and Giants, football's BC Lions, soccer's Vancouver Whitecaps FC, and baseball's Vancouver Canadians—four sports where seeing the opponent is a perfectly legal way to gain an edge. He also worked as the event optometrist during the 2006 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships. Off the ice, he spent five years as the team optometrist for players on the Vancouver Grizzlies.
Before he made his foray into the world of sports, Dr. Boyco started Image Optometry. His first clinic sprouted into 17 locations over the past decade. In addition to filling designer frames with prescription lenses, he and his team of optometrists diagnose diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma. They also investigate recurring headaches, which are often caused by the fact that it's Groundhog Day, it's always Groundhog Day.