My insurance covers the eye exam plus regular lenses but not the polycarbonate. Multiply that by two, equals a huge bill. I could get the eyeglasses without the poly, but you know how kids are. They tend to misplace things. Next thing you know they sat, or worse stepped on them. Been there more than once!
I have been looking at some sites for eyeglasses frames that are sturdy, inexpensive and nice looking. The inexpensive part being the most important. I don't want to have to go penniless for a month or two. My glasses don't have to be flashy because I'm not going to wear them all day. They just have to look nice on me!
I'm the type of person that researches a purchase for hours if not days. With this economy I have to be certain that I'm getting a good deal. I checked at least five sites for deals on prescription glasses. The prices in some of them were ridiculous. I don't know about you but no way I'm going to spend $300 on a pair of glasses. I can buy at least four pairs with that kind of money!
I found one site that has the best prices for what I'm looking for. GlassesUSA.com sells high quality frames at a reasonable price with the best selection of the style I'm looking for. Not only that, but by using the code Blog10 I will get 10% off any order of prescription glasses. They also offer a very generous refer a friend program, and free shipping on all US orders when you use the coupon freeship10. It can't get better than that!
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