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How To Buy Cheap Glasses Online

Updated on July 8, 2010

Cheap Glasses Online

It is possible to purchase almost anything on the internet and I have now discovered the delights in buying a pair of cheap eye glasses online.

I recently had an eye test and found that my prescription had changed so I had to buy a new pair of glasses. Now I know that my eyesight is important to me but I live on a budget so am always looking for great deals and bargains. I make sure that I look in the newspapers for vouchers that I can cut out and use. I actually used a voucher and got a free appointment with the optician. Unfortunately there are no vouchers available for you to get free glasses but you can buy them really cheaply online.

All you need is to have your prescription that the optometrist writes out for you and you can pick the style of glasses you like and enter the important data so that you receive the correct type of glasses.

Buy Cheap glasses online
Buy Cheap glasses online

Try On Eye Glasses Before You Buy

I visited an optician in town and tried on lots of different styles. I even asked the assistant to help in order to confirm the type of glasses that would suit my face shape. I took the opportunity to try on all the fancy designer styles that I knew I could never afford – Gucci, Chanel, Prada etc.

Now I knew what style I liked, I headed off home, booted up the computer and looked for websites that offered cheap glasses. Once I found a website that offered eye glasses for around £20 per pair, I browsed through the different styles available until I spotted the one that I liked. They were almost identical to the ones that I had tried on in the offline shop but without the price tag.

Beautiful Glasses At Discount Prices

I placed my order by entering my prescription and additional features like anti-glare and anti-scratch lenses. Two weeks later and I am the proud owner of a pair of burgundy coloured framed glasses. These would normally cost around £120 in the shops. I have to say that I am very pleased with my purchase.

So if you need to buy a new pair of glasses or just want to have an alternative pair, why not trying buying a pair of cheap glasses online today. Now let’s see what other style I can buy.


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  • Tiptopcat profile imageAUTHOR

    Victoria Virgo 

    9 years ago from London, UK

    Hi Single Mama - buying glasses online is definitely the way to go. I have saved sooo much money.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  • Single Mama profile image

    Single Mama 

    9 years ago

    i know someone who purchased their glasses online and they were also happy with their purchase.


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