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Pearle Vision - Cary

$50 for $225 Toward a Complete Pair of Prescription Eyeglasses at Pearle Vision

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person. Valid in-store only. Valid only for a complete pair of prescription eyeglasses. Not valid toward sale items. Valid only at listed location. Not valid for non-prescription sunglasses. Not valid with insurance or other offers.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Questions and Answers 12 questions

Q:

Is this offer good for prescription sunglasses as well? If so, can you give me a ballpark of where your pricing starts for sunglasses? Thanks!

Jill P.  asked on  Jan 14, 2013

A:

Yes, this offer is good for sunglasses. We have a great selection of frames starting at $139.95. Thanks for asking.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 14, 2013

Q:

Do you offer titanium frames for women. If so, could you estimate the quantity of your selection?

Hannah B.  asked on  Jan 13, 2013

A:

We do have titanium frames for women. These frames are the rimless style & we have about 5 styles to choose from and they come in a number of colors which we can order. With our rimless frames we offer custom lens shapes & sizing at no extra charge since our lenses are edged & drilled on site.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 13, 2013

Q:

Can the prescription for the glasses be faxed to the office and the frames ordered over the phone as long as you come and pick up the glasses?

kim d.  asked on  Jan 11, 2013

A:

Your prescription can certainly be faxed to our office. Our fax number is 919-467-5118. You will need to come in and select a frame, select the lenses that best suit your prescription and allow us to take some facial measurements so we can properly fit your lenses in the frame you select.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 11, 2013

Q:

I would like an inexpensive pair of progressive eyeglasses to carry when traveling. Could you please give me a ballpark price?

william l.  asked on  Jan 11, 2013

A:

The prices for progressive lenses start at $199 and frames start around $99.95. That is a total of $298.95 less the Groupon of $225.00 leaves an out of pocket of $73.95. The type & price of progressive lenses depends largely on your prescription and the features you want on your lenses, if any. The lens price can also be affected by the dimensions of the frame you select. Please stop by the store & look at our frame selection, let you see your prescription and determine what lens best suits you. From there you can purchase the Groupon & apply it to your selection.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 11, 2013

Q:

What is A/R? What is a ball park price for progressive, transitional lenses with protective coating? Thanks.

GERALD P.  asked on  Jan 10, 2013

A:

A/R stands for "anti-reflective" which is an enhancement to a lens that reduces reflective glare on the surface of a lens. This feature is helpful for night driving and reduces visual eye fatigue to name a few benefits. Our progressive lenses start at $199 and go up from there depending on your prescription and the dimensions of the frame you select. To add the transitional feature to a pair of lenses costs $149. All of our lenses come with UV and scratch resistant coating. Please note the word "resistant" and not "proof." Thank you for your inquiry.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 10, 2013

Q:

I would like to know if this deal includes shatter proof lens and if not, what are the prices on obtaining shatter proof lens?

Priscilla T.  asked on  Jan 9, 2013

A:

The groupon can certainly be applied to the purchase of polycarbonate lenses which are shatter and impact resistant. There is not a lens that is "shatterproof." Great question.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 9, 2013

Q:

I was wondering if the groupon could be used with insurance benefits. I have vsp and I believe I get $200 towards frames/lenses each year. How would this work?

Angela s.  asked on  Jan 9, 2013

A:

Very sorry, but per the Fine Print, this Groupon is not valid with insurance or other offers.

Brette V.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 9, 2013

Q:

I'm sorry, I meant Polycarbonate not progressives. I have single vision. How much are your polycarbonates? And do you have any sales on your frames right now? I wish I could swing by but it's about 40 minute drive. Just try to find as much information before I purchase it. Thank you for all your help :)

Margarita F.  asked on  Jan 9, 2013

A:

Polycarbonate lenses start at $169 a pair. An aspheric polycarbonate (thinner & flatter) pair of lenses is $199. Then there are high index lenses for stronger prescriptions at $228 a pair. You can add A/R coatings to any of these lenses for $99 ( a little less than the A/R coating for progressive lenses.) There aren't any frame sales at this time, but your Groupon provides you with a very nice discount.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 9, 2013

Q:

So let's say the frames cost $130, would the progressive and A/R be included? Or do I pay the difference? If thats the case, about how much? I need to know so I can have an idea how much I will have to pay out of pocket. Thanks :)

Margarita F.  asked on  Jan 8, 2013

A:

If the frame costs $130, yes, you will need to add the cost of the lenses and A/R to the transaction. Having not seen your prescription, I will tell you that progressive lenses start at $199 and go up from there depending on your prescription and dimensions of the frame. The A/R is $129. Once you have made your selection of frame and lenses, we will total that up & deduct the Groupon value of $225 from that total for your out of pocket expenditure. Thank you and we look forward to your visit to the store.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 8, 2013

Q:

Can you use this if all you want is new thin progressives in a frame you already love.

Lorraine L.  asked on  Jan 8, 2013

A:

The Groupon is for a complete pair or glasses which means frame and lenses. We'd like to help you find another frame that you'll love to put your new progressives in.

Sally S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 8, 2013

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