Free Eye Exam and Cheap Contact Lenses

by Hu$tler on August 15, 2007

in Freebies

I got my Lasik procedure 4 years ago and will go down as one of the best decisions I made. It’s well worth it in my opinion. I know it’s not for everybody especially with how expensive it can be. For those who wear contact lenses or glasses, you must have new eye checkup every two years. Eye checkup can cost as much as $150 per checkup. Here’s the thing though, you can just sign up for an appointment and get your free Lasik eye exam with Lasik Plus. They have thousand of locations nationwide. Simply sign up for a free consultation. Along with the free consultation, you get a free eye exam whereas they will give you your eye measurement prescription.

Click on the picture link for a free consultation:

You want to schedule your appointment online. Fill out the information, and they will ask you to schedule an appointment. They will send you an email to confirm your appointment.

Once you get your free eye checkup, you should know how bad your eyes are. Consider getting cheap contact lenses by clicking here to save up to 50% on contacts lenses and get FREE SHIPPING at 1-800 CONTACTS.

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Sarah Coles June 6, 2011 at 4:18 am

Contact lenses are gaining too much popularity day by day. The people of all age groups are opting for contact lenses for daily use. These contact lenses are comfortable and offer better vision compared to spectacles. They get directly fitted on your eyeball and give your eyes the natural vision up to great extent. The cheap contact lenses are also available for those looking for affordable eyewear option. Those looking for such cheap contact lenses can opt for the daily wear or Disposable Lenses. These disposable lenses can be used for couple of days and in some cases up to a month. Theses lenses need to be disposed off once its expiry period is over.

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eye exam coupons February 4, 2011 at 9:34 pm

Walmart Vision Center is one such business, and since they are such a big name in the industry with more than 200 branches around the United States, they are a trustworthy choice. They offer Walmart Vision Center coupons for free eye exams, as well as additional promotional offers that can help you save money on lenses, frames, and related accessories.

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L. J. August 23, 2010 at 12:41 pm

Print a coupon online for a $29.00 eye exam at OpticalOutlets.com then choose your glasses online at EyeBuyDirect.com or ZenniOptical.com. I went to the local Lions Club because I don’t have insurance, and the guy said he gets his eye glass prescription filled at ZenniOptical.com and has never had a problem with them.

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Draco September 27, 2007 at 3:24 pm

It’s illegal to charge for a prescription (the piece of paper that has the info about what contacts to order).

Here is a link explaining the law that makes this illegal: http://www.1800contacts.com/docAndRx/DocRx-charge.shtml

As for filling the prescription, that’s a different ball game. That’s payment for ordering contact lenses. The prescription itself is legally available to you for free.

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Single Ma August 31, 2007 at 11:32 am

Free prescription to mean free contacts is misleading. They may be required to give you your eye prescription (which is nothing but a piece of paper with the strength of each contact) for free but that doesn’t mean the prescription will be filled for free.

Some optometrists even include the price of new contact lenses with their annual exam fee (review your itemized receipt), but you are still paying for them in the total price.

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Hu$tler August 28, 2007 at 1:41 pm

My optometrist told me that by law, whenever an eye exam is done, is required to give you your eye prescription.

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Ben Popken August 28, 2007 at 9:25 am

Where is the free prescription aspect being advertised? I don’t see it on their site.

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Drew August 28, 2007 at 8:22 am

The prescription is not free unfortunately. I signed my boyfriend up for an appointment and after the exam and the long lecture on why laser surgery was good there was a $90 charge if he wanted a prescription for contacts.

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Matt August 17, 2007 at 11:45 am

I looked into it and there is nothing even within an 8 hour drive of me. Too bad since I need a new eye appointment soon. I need an upgraded prescription for my contacts.

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