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SEE Eyewear - Winter Park

$39 for $ 200 Toward Prescription Eyeglasses or Sunglasses at SEE Eyewear

The Fine Print

  • Expires Jun 5th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Not valid with insurance or with other promotions or discounts. Not valid toward designer frames, contact lenses, or non-prescription sunglasses. Valid toward complete pairs (frame/Rx lenses) only.

Questions and Answers 4 questions

Q:

What frames are available for the Groupon? I could not find the 1414's, 5326, and 9244 (listed in the fine print), on your website. Also, do I need an appointment if I already have a current eyeglass prescription?

Rebecca B.  asked on  Mar 5, 2013

A:

Hi Rebecca, You are welcome to bring in a valid/current prescription, and you don't need an appointment to come in to pick out your glasses. All of the SEE prescription glasses in the Winter Park store are included in the offer. You would just pay any difference over $200 if you choose something more expensive or add a specialty lens/coatings. Thanks! Susan

Susan B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 5, 2013

Q:

I have a recent prescription. Can I use it to get TWO $99 pair of single vision sunglasses for $39 total in order to get the $200 value of this deal?

Catherine G.  asked on  Mar 5, 2013

A:

Hi Al, The $99 sunglasses are non-prescription and aren't included in the Groupon. You are welcome to get prescription sunglasses (they start at $198). Thanks, Susan

Susan B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 5, 2013

Q:

Could I buy "readers" with this coupon? Thank you!

Teresa M.  asked on  Mar 4, 2013

A:

Hi Teresa, If you have a reading prescription and we make the lenses, yes! It deosn't apply to ready made readers. Thanks, Susan

Susan B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 4, 2013

Q:

Can we come with an outside prescription? Is the groupon apply to any RX lenses?

wildhine L.  asked on  Mar 3, 2013

A:

Hi, You are welcome to bring in a valid prescription. Our collection is priced including single vision lenses. If you need specialty lenses (high index, progressives, etc.), you would just pay the difference between the total and the Groupon amount. Thanks, Susan

Susan B.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 4, 2013

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