What You'll Get
Vision is the most important sense for human survival after our innate ability to feel the presence of jerky and inability to hear the universe laughing, always laughing, at us. Enhance your painting perceptors with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $150 worth of eye exams, frames, and lenses at Oviedo and Port St. John Eye Care. This Groupon is good for locations in Oviedo and Port St. John.
Oviedo and Port St. John Eye Care's board-certified optometrists, Dr. Robert S. Webster and Dr. LaRue Collins, draw on 15 years of eye-chart mastery to accommodate Central Florida visages with a wide range of ocular adornments from Ray-Ban, Vera Bradley, Gucci, John Lennon, and other brands. A one-year warranty ensures all frames against damages from capricious fate or blindfolded birthday boys who've wandered far from their piñatas (metal frames $94 and up, high-quality frames $120–$160). Fill these frames with a set of single-vision plastic ($69) or polycarbonate ($109) lenses—or protect sun-loving irises with tint and UV coating ($30), transition lenses ($90+), and polarized lenses ($80+). Oviedo and Port St. John's doctors will happily determine your peepers' prescription and bugability at the sight of attractive cartoon characters with a comprehensive eye exam ($69.99).
Your purchases can also help the community during “Casual for Charity.” Every Saturday, Oviedo and Port John Eye Care lets its employees don denim in exchange for donating at least $5 to charity, while also donating 5% of the day’s profits. So far this year, the program has raised more than $1,060 for Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida while eschewing less reputable charities such as Dictators Without Borders.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 more as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. 24hr cancellation notice required. Not valid for contact lenses, medical visits, accessories, or non-prescription sun glasses. Must purchase frames with lens purchase. Not valid for insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.