Voucher Codes for Contact Lenses & Eyecare

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    Glasses, contact lenses and laser eye surgery can be very expensive but a necessity for many. With a great range of designer frames and eye colour changing contacts available on the market, these products are not only essential for vision but can help you make great fashion statement too. For all your eye care needs, from cleaning solution to glasses cases, look no further than MyVoucherCodes discounts and deals. We list the latest offers from leading stockists including Boots, Get Lenses, Glasses Direct, Tesco Opticians and many more. You don’t need X-Ray vision to spot our offers, just a keen eye for a bargain will do.
    Contact Lenses & Eyecare Shopping Guide
    Written by Category SpecialistWalley
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    More information about Contact Lenses & Eyecare

    The origins of glasses, and indeed any form of aide used to correct and enhance vision, can be dated back to the 1st century AD. Roman statesman Seneca the Younger discovered a globe filled with water and placed upon a letter could be used to magnify words. Since then, the manufacture of eyeglasses has drastically evolved into a huge and essential industry. With top fashion labels designing frames and pioneering breakthroughs including contact lenses and laser eye surgery, there is a huge range of choice for people to choose from. The introduction of the Google Glass begs the question, what will be the next big development in the eyecare industry?

    Example Deals

    Here are a few examples of the very best eye care deals which have been promoted within this category in the past:

    • Exclusive 50% Off Frames When You Spend Over £55 at Glasses Direct
    • Exclusive 15% Off Orders Plus Free Express Delivery at Sunglasses Shop
    • Save Up To 75% On Premium Brands at Vision Direct
    • £5 Off Next Order with Friend Referrals at Get Lenses
    • 20% Off Your First Orders at Feel Good Contact Lenses
    • Win Eye Laser Surgery with Optical Express
    • 25% Off Glasses When You Spend Over £60 at Specsavers

    How to Redeem a Discount Code

    Found that perfect pair of glasses or the ideal contact lenses but feel the price is a little steep? Voucher codes are a great way of saving on your purchases, read through this quick guide and find out how you can save money today:

    The first thing to do is to find the code you would like to use in this category, then click on 'reveal voucher code' to reveal it. Next, right click, highlight and copy the code. You will see that the merchant page has conveniently opened up in a separate tab, click through and add the products you would like to buy to your shopping basket. Proceed to the payment page and paste the code in and apply.

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    Fashion

    Glasses these days are can be an essential part of somebodies fashion, take a look through this category and co-ordinate your outfit around your new frames, and save money while you do it!

    General Healthcare & Medical

    Online chemists can be a fantastic., low cost source of contact lenses, lens solution and other accessories, as well as a wide range of supplements which may aid vision.

    Music, Books, Games & Movies

    Now you can see properly, put your eyes to good use by sinking into a good book or checking out the latest films. And you'll soon see there are big discounts to be had too.

    FAQs

    How long does laser eye surgery last for?

    The results of laser eye surgery can be permanent! Although it can differ for everyone and some patients have had to return to glasses at an advanced age.

    What is the best way to clean my glasses?

    You should always use a lens cleaning solution, they can be found at any good optician (look for a voucher code right here!) and always use a soft lint free cloth, usually supplied by the optician.

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