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

The Fine Print

  • Expires 90 days after purchase.
  • 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 18 questions

Q:

I live in the Boston area. Can I use this Groupon at one of the local SEE outlets, or is it restricted to the four listed locations? Thanks.

Stuart M.  asked on  Jun 7, 2013

A:

Hi Stuart! Absolutely, as long as you’re a new customer. Happy shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

The $200 is a coupon towards glasses correct? And I pay $39 for this coupon.

Heidi O.  asked on  Jun 7, 2013

A:

Hello Heidi! Yes. You pay $39 and you get $200 to spend on a complete pair (frame + single vision Rx lenses) of SEE glasses. If you need a specialty lens (like progressive, transition, bi-focal, etc.) the cost is extra and you would just pay the difference between the $200 and the total cost. Happy shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

Can this Groupon be used for progressive lenses? And if so, what is the cost?

Vonda V.  asked on  Jun 7, 2013

A:

Hi Vonda! The price includes a single vision lens, so the progressive would be additional. That also applies to specialty lenses and coatings like transitions, hi index, etc. The Groupon would be valid toward this purchase, you would just pay the difference. The prices for the glasses range between $169-$329. Happy shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

Can you use the Groupon for just the frames without prescription lenses?

Brittney S.  asked on  Jun 7, 2013

A:

Hi Brittney! Yes. You can pick out any frame in the store and have non-Rx lenses made (the price listed on the frame includes the cost of a single vison or non-precription opthalmic lens). You can’t buy a frame off the shelves as is, that would be considered a “frame only” and this offer doesn’t apply to frame only or lens only orders – only full pair purchases (frame and lenses). Now, if the frames you pick out are more than $200 or you decide to get anti reflective coating, a tint, transitions, etc. you would be responsible for the difference between the total cost and the discounted amount of the Groupon ($200). Happy Shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

I'm a bit confused about which glasses are part of the deal. Is it only the three models or can we choose from more? "cat-eye-shaped 1959s ($199), semi-rimless 4421s ($289), and oversized-vintage-shape 7109s ($319). Groupon customers can choose from hundreds of SEE frames, including the examples listed." Just want to clarify.

Erin S.  asked on  Jun 6, 2013

A:

Hi Erin! Those are just a few examples of some of the styles we offer. The Groupon deal is valid toward any SEE complete pair (frame/Rx lenses). Designer frames (non-SEE brand) are not included. Happy shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

can i use the deal for kids too? thank you

Nelson  asked on  Jun 6, 2013

A:

Hi Nelson! Yes you can! Happy shopping! Alanna

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 7, 2013

Q:

Does this deal include a vision exam, and if not, what is that cost?

Esther L.  asked on  Jun 5, 2013

A:

Hi Esther! No, this Groupon is valid toward the purchase of a complete pair (frame and lenses) of SEE glasses. You are welcome to get an eyeglass exam with us (the cost is $69), or bring in your own current/valid prescription. Thanks! Susan

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 5, 2013

Q:

Can one use insurance to do the eye examination? Also can one do multi-focal glasses? Thank you

Simone B.  asked on  Jun 5, 2013

A:

Hi Simone! As long as we take your insurance for the exam, then yes! The Groupon is valid toward a pair of SEE glasses with single vision prescription lenses. If you need a multi focal lens, you would just pay the difference between the total and your $200 Groupon. Please call the store for pricing on specific lenses. Thanks, Susan

susan r.  from  Self  replied on  Jun 5, 2013

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