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I found this deal, not sure it's hot or not?? but I couldn't find anything cheaper than this?

Free Eye Exam + 2 Pair of Prescription Glasses for $69.95, Linky for America's Best Promotion

Disposable Lenses Softmed or Acuvue2 for $ 12.49 a box AR, minimum of 8 boxes purchase is required

Click here to schedule an appointment or find a nearest store location, Linky or call 1-800-896- 7247 (1-800-Two-Pair)

America's Best is welcoming All Spectera Vision Insurance Plan Members.

You may find designer glasses at clearence pricing, that may make this deal even sweeter.





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I used them in 1999 in Tempe, AZ when they were $49 for two pair and was satisfied. My wife agreed to the glaucoma test... (more)

WinterTexan (Jul. 07, 2006 @ 9:01a) |

that price is for limited frames and single vision only Bi-focals run 99 and up. Make sure they fit you right as they do... (more)

mickeykb (Jul. 07, 2006 @ 9:04a) |

That's nothing. Closest location for me is 150 miles!<br><br><br>hallf said: <blockquote><hr>dang...closest location is... (more)

fourheadts (Jul. 07, 2006 @ 9:17p) |

No stores in NJ.
No stores in Houston, TX <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>
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frame? what kind of glasses? Polycarbonate?

works for me ( and my kids )

the frames held up better than the ones from our regular (retired) eye doctor.

We picked out a nice decorative frame for my daughter and one bendable Titanium frame.




there's been discussions on FW in the past

These look alot nicer than the promo frames I have seen there in the past, thx OP.

I've used their service before. The cheapest frames are not the most stylish but if you spend $20 more you'll get something you like. But definitely the best out there. I got glasses from them a little over 2 years ago. One frame cracked recently but definitely lasted more than I had hoped for. I am very rough with my glasses and I'm happy with their service. Definitely will recommend!

Man, no stores within 150 miles from my location. And I need glasses also, Been staring at the puter screen too much, reading threads on Fat Wallet.

No locations found within 150 Miles of 92119.

So you must be a Spectera Vision Insurance Plan Member to take advantage of this deal?

hot deal! the closest store is only 70 miles away from my house.... <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>


ZeeGee said: [Q]So you must be a Spectera Vision Insurance Plan Member to take advantage of this deal?
no, this offer is for anyone everyday, (sometimes $59)

they don't take many insurance companies, but you could try submitting it to your own insurance company.
I didn't bother, yet, because it was cheaper out the door than going with my traditional eyeglass place co-pays, ect.

the Spectera is mentioned because they just recently added them to their insurance coverage list.


53210

(3) near Milwaukee, (7) near Chicago




dang...closest location is 35 miles away

ThIS PROMOTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR YEARS!!!!

$69.99 two pair is only the frame ONLY. they charge $130 for poly glasses, $190 for high index. you do the math.


The only worth thing is they have eyecare clud, $99 for three years, unlimited free eye exam.



Thanks. That's really sweet then, because my insurance is like $20 co-pay for lens $45 co-pay for frame...

RegUSPatOff said: [Q]ZeeGee said: [Q]So you must be a Spectera Vision Insurance Plan Member to take advantage of this deal?
no, this offer is for anyone everyday, (sometimes $59)

they don't take many insurance companies, but you could try submitting it to your own insurance company.
I didn't bother, yet, because it was cheaper out the door than going with my traditional eyeglass place co-pays, ect.

the Spectera is mentioned because they just recently added them to their insurance coverage list.


53210

(3) near Milwaukee, (7) near Chicago

Dang! No lens?!

coven said: [Q]ThIS PROMOTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR YEARS!!!!

$69.99 two pair is only the frame ONLY. they charge $130 for poly glasses, $190 for high index. you do the math.


The only worth thing is they have eyecare clud, $99 for three years, unlimited free eye exam.

great they r there in mn!!! yippe...thanks op.nice prices.

coven said: [Q]ThIS PROMOTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR YEARS!!!!

$69.99 two pair is only the frame ONLY. they charge $130 for poly glasses, $190 for high index. you do the math.


The only worth thing is they have eyecare clud, $99 for three years, unlimited free eye exam.

Not sure if you are correct.

The poster says "offer includes single-vision plastic or KidsGear lenses. Some restrictions apply"

coven said: [Q]ThIS PROMOTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR YEARS!!!!

$69.99 two pair is only the frame ONLY. they charge $130 for poly glasses, $190 for high index. you do the math.


The only worth thing is they have eyecare clud, $99 for three years, unlimited free eye exam.

So you want, moon, stars and earth in $70...lol

BTW High index lenses are included in this deal, but not the thinner ones. This is a great deal for fresh eye exam and great for 2 glasses including lenses ( specially glasses you use at bed time as I use contact lenses during the day), specially kids as they get thinner lens in this price.

Great find OP, Green for you


Don't go to the America's Best in Dupont Circle, Washington DC. The doctor is a horror, no wonder he works at America's Best. I'm never going back to any of their stores again. The frames are anything but stylish.

There is a place right around the corner. Might have to have my mom check it out. Luckily, I have vision insurance through work that pays most of my stuff.

Ah good deal but none are close to Raleigh,NC. The one in Rock Hill, SC looks good for the Charlotte area though..


I was there last week to try to get into the deal. Here's the scoop: deal only applies to people with vision -2<=prescription<=2 each eye and with no astigmatism. They give you regular lenses and there's no warranty on the lenses. If you bring in your own frame the cost is around 30 per lense and 39.95 for eye exam. There're different protection package you can buy for your lenses, I went with Verilite which has 1 year coverage and they'll replace lenses with any sort of damage...they will see me at the 11-12 month to get new lenses. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0> Verilite is 27.95

If you go to the DC location, be prepared to wait for hours and go through what feels like institutionalized assembly-line optical care.

I wouldn't go there again if it the exam, glasses, and contacts were all free.

Hey, I heard something about getting a complete set of glasses shipped from a place in China - apparantly they were quite good in terms of quality and very cheap.
Was I dreaming or does someone know what I'm talking about?

this is a great deal. the eye exam alone costs around $50.
One important thing you should keep in mind: ask the clerk for the total cost (there's usually additional costs involved).

loraksus said: [Q]Hey, I heard something about getting a complete set of glasses shipped from a place in China - apparantly they were quite good in terms of quality and very cheap.
Was I dreaming or does someone know what I'm talking about?

Do they examine eyes over the phone or virtually through web?...I believe we are talking about "Eye Exam and 2 pairs of glasses with frame & lenses"...wake up, it's time to go home

no store in South california I think.

coven said: [Q]ThIS PROMOTION HAS BEEN THERE FOR YEARS!!!!

$69.99 two pair is only the frame ONLY. they charge $130 for poly glasses, $190 for high index. you do the math.


The only worth thing is they have eyecare clud, $99 for three years, unlimited free eye exam.

Our exclusive $69 KidsGear package includes:

. Eye exam
. A wide selection of childrens' frames in the latest colors and styles
. Impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses, for greater protection from lens breakage
. Scratch Resistant Coating
. UV Protection



NYCRule said: [Q]loraksus said: [Q]Hey, I heard something about getting a complete set of glasses shipped from a place in China - apparantly they were quite good in terms of quality and very cheap.
Was I dreaming or does someone know what I'm talking about?

Do they examine eyes over the phone or virtually through web?
Obviously not, but you had to put that incredibly insightful comment in, didn't you?

[Q]...I believe we are talking about "Eye Exam and 2 pairs of glasses with frame & lenses"...wake up, it's time to go home

Sorry for doing such an assholish thing like asking a related question in a thread about glasses. Can you send me your address so that I may reimburse you for the time spent reading my question? Would you accept a money order?

No store within 150 miles of Sunnyvale, CA.

Dang, no store with in 150 miles.


loraksus said: [Q]Hey, I heard something about getting a complete set of glasses shipped from a place in China - apparantly they were quite good in terms of quality and very cheap.
Was I dreaming or does someone know what I'm talking about?

I've seen it too, here's a previous FW thread with some links





http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/messageview.php?catid=24&threadid=626249&highlight_key=y&keyword1=eyeglasses

http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/messageview.php?catid=18&threadid=401976&highlight_key=y&keyword1=eyeglasses


or for $99 you can totally get rid of your glasses or contact lenses.

here's how!

<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0>

RegUSPatOff said:
I've seen it too, here's a previous FW thread with some links


Cool, thanks. Apparantly couldn't see that I spelled something wrong in the search box. Time for new glasses indeed... <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border=0>

or for $99 you can totally get rid of your glasses or contact lenses.

here's how!
_____________________________________________________________________________

<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0> LOL

600 miles away.
<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

This deal has been going on for years. I joined their club about 10 years ago. In my opinion, $99 for 3 or 5 years (it used to be for 5 years, now it's only for 3 years, I think) with unlimited free eye exams is worth it. Some may say that their doctors are not great, but I just don't see how complicated a basic eye exam can be. They are pretty much computerised. If you think something's wrong with your eyes, you can always go do more detailed exams.
The nice thing is you can get your updated prescription there and shop for cheaper contact lenses online if you want to. Although I've always get mine from them. If you're a member, their prices on contact lenses are pretty reasonable. If you're not a member, the prices will be ridiculously expensive.

loraksus said: [Q]Hey, I heard something about getting a complete set of glasses shipped from a place in China - apparantly they were quite good in terms of quality and very cheap.
Was I dreaming or does someone know what I'm talking about?
That was zennioptical.com and I've been very happy when purchasing half-frame bi-focals though them for the past few years. I need to start thinking about ordering another pair.

Notice the link has the date of 2005 May in it????
http://www.twopair.com/images/promos/2005_05/home_page.jpg


America's Best might as well be called America's Worst. They'll never see another dime of my money, and I still have the glasses with the CRACKED LENSES to prove it! Horrible!

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That's nothing. Closest location for me is 150 miles!


hallf said: [Q]dang...closest location is 35 miles away



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