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What You'll Get
A pair of eyeglasses can make a person look smart, just like a necktie can make a dog look responsible. Boost your image with today’s Groupon to any of Chicago Vision Club's four locations—two in Chicago and two in Evanston. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get $150 toward prescription glasses or sunglasses. This option requires customers to purchase a complete set (frames and lenses).
- For $50, you get $100 toward non-prescription sunglasses.
The eyewear experts at Chicago Vision Club enhance eyesight and hinder harmful UV rays with quality lenses and brand-name face-complementing frames. While optical orbs judge styles, nose bridges meet and greet a variety of glasses from designers including Modo ($199+), Prada ($279+), and Dolce & Gabbana ($279+). After picking a frame that accents facial features and offers coverage for cyclopean eyes, customers can pick one of the many high-tech lenses ($99+), which, along with spare eyeballs, are carefully crafted in Chicago Vision Club's own laboratory. Lenses can be customized with features such as antireflection coating ($55+) and tinting ($25+).
Alternatively, patrons can stylishly protect peepers with sunglasses made by high-end designers such as Ray-Ban ($129+) or strapless eye patches made from duct tape. As an endorphin-inducing bonus, commanders of this Groupon are eligible for other special rates—$39 for an eye exam (a $59 value) and $25 for a contact fitting (up to a $159 value), though the contact-fitting offer is only valid with the purchase of a 6-month supply of contact lenses ($60+).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chicago & Evanston Vision Clubs
For nearly a quarter-century,the optometrists have treated Chicagoans for everything from pink eye to ulcers, but specializes in modern vision ailments such computer strain. He performs exams six days a week for both eyeglasses and contact wearers, and fits clients for frames from a designer collection that includes Burberry and Tory Burch. Custom lenses come with a variety of modern features, including thinner plastic, scratch-resistant surfaces, anti-reflective coating, and filters that enable people to see into the spirit realm. The staff speaks four languages—English, Spanish, Russian, and Hebrew— which comes in handy when they’re helping out clients for services such as frame repairs and adjustments.