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The end of the year is fast approaching, and whether you’re looking looking for a way to spend those leftover flexible spending account/health savings account dollars or simply need an upgrade on your go-to specs, GlassesUSA has you covered. The online retailer is offering four incredible year-end incentives to shop, including 70% off upgraded lenses, 60% off eyeglasses and sunglasses with basic Rx lenses, 25% off contact lenses and a buy one, get one free deal on glasses.
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Here’s the scoop: With coupon code DEAL60, you’ll score 60% off frames with basic Rx lenses, with select designer brands, including Ray-Ban, included.
Alternately, you can use coupon code BOGOFREE to get a second pair free of charge instead (these codes won't stack), with the discount applying to the cheaper of your two frames. Each BOGO order can include one premium frame or one multifocal pair (that’s a frame with progressive or bifocal lenses), but note that these styles won't be eligible to count as your free second pair.
There's also an end-of-year deal for shoppers who are simply interested in upgrading their lenses. Coupon code LENSES70, applies to just about every lens upgrade there is, including polarized, mirrored, tinted and transition lenses (note that bifocal or progressive lenses are excluded).
Prefer contacts? GlassesUSA is offering a rare 25% off when you use code CONTACTS25 through Friday, January 15, only.
When we used the service to buy our own prescription frames, we found plenty of options to ensure that we would love our new look and get the best pair. (Seriously—there's more than 5,000 styles up for grabs on the site.)
We were also fans of GlassesUSA's helpful ordering features, including the virtual mirror, which allows you to "try on" glasses by uploading a photo of yourself to see how you'd look in different styles, and the how-to guides, which we deemed incredibly useful for those who haven't ordered glasses online before.
We do recommend skipping the prescription scanner, however, which works via the site's app to give you a read on your current prescription, in favor of contacting your doctor's office for the most accurate information. Even if you get it wrong, however, the site offers a 14-day “no questions asked” money back guarantee.
Though each customer can only apply one of these coupon codes to their order, all orders are eligible for free shipping. With so many great deals to shop, it's clear to see that now's the time to up your glasses or contact game!
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Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
This article originally appeared on Reviewed: Discount glasses: Save big on prescription frames with these end-of-year deals.