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$20 for $150 Toward a Complete Pair of Eyeglasses with Free Second Pair at Site for Sore Eyes

The Fine Print

  • Expires Jun 5th, 2013.
  • Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Free second pair of prescription eyeglasses can be chosen from a large special frame selection with single-vision clear lenses. Not valid on eye exams. Not valid towards contact lenses or non-prescription sunglasses. Not valid in combination with insurance or vision care plans. Valid only at listed locations. Must use promotional value in 1 visit.
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Questions and Answers 9 questions

Q:

I need progressives with anti-glare, anti-scratch coating and I wish to have the top of the line lenses, plus a new frame. Does this deal simply mean I will have $150 towards all of this in one purchase? Also, how many frames styles do you have to choose from in your Santa Rosa store? Do you carry 2.5's or Silhouettes?

frances f.  asked on  Dec 7, 2012

A:

Frances, you are correct. It's $150 off the purchase of frames and lenses. If you have a question about the selection in Santa Rosa, I recommend calling that store. The phone number is (707) 526-2020.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 7, 2012

Q:

I know that frames can range in price, but how much do you charge for the lenses?

Meadow E.  asked on  Dec 6, 2012

A:

The lenses range as well, depending on what you get. Plus add-ons such as UV coatings, etc. If you currently wear glasses, feel free to call your local store for pricing on what you currently wear. That way you have a starting off point.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 7, 2012

Q:

Hello, I wear contacts 90% of the time and glasses at night and the other 10%. If my insurance pays pays for exam and for contacts, Does that count as combining with insurance? Or is it ok to use insurance on contacts and exam and this voucher just for the glasses. Do you take all insurances? VSP?

Tiny G.  asked on  Dec 6, 2012

A:

I would recommend using your VSP for the for exam and contacts. Then you can use the voucher for frames and lenses. They can use your Rx to create the lense. Site for Sore Eyes works with several vision care plans.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 6, 2012

Q:

I have frames. Can you put the prescription lenses into these frames? And, will the $150. certificate completely cover this cost? Thanks.

Janis O.  asked on  Dec 5, 2012

A:

Janis, the voucher is only good when you purchase frames and lenses. If you just need lenses, please come into your local store. We have sales and discounts for lenses alone - $100 off!

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 5, 2012

Q:

I do not need a new prescription for eyeglasses, but I cannot locate my old one. Are you able to use my current glasses to determine the lens prescription? (mine happen to be bifocals).

K K.  asked on  Dec 5, 2012

A:

Yes - if you bring in your glasses, with the lenses, we can duplicate the Rx.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 5, 2012

Q:

Can you apply this to an RX for transitions or glasses that are trifocals without the lines?

Diane B.  asked on  Dec 5, 2012

A:

You can apply it to any Rx you need. You select frames and lenses and then deduct $150 from the total cost. The free second pair includes single-vision, clear lenses.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 5, 2012

Q:

So I'm confirming that it's $20 to receive $150 toward glasses; and my questions are: Approx. how much out of pocket can we expect to pay (give a range) for a pair of frames and single vision lenses? And is the 2nd pair going to be something the same or less money, or can it be used for another prescription?

Sabrina K.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Hello, Sabrina. Yes, it's $150 toward frames and lenses. Cost depends on what you select. If you have certain brands that you like - please feel free to call your local store and see what those frames start at. The lenses can be whatever Rx you need. You simply deduct $150 from the total of the frames and lenses you select. The second pair includes prescription single-vision, clear lenses and frames from a special selection.

Jamie R.  from  Merchant  replied on  Dec 5, 2012

Q:

Can our second pair be single-vision sun glasses?

Jacques B.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

No, they must be clear vision lenses.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 5, 2012

Q:

If I have a vaild prescription, can I just bring that and not have to take another eye exam?

katherine y.  asked on  Dec 4, 2012

A:

Yes, you can bring in a valid prescription.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 4, 2012

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