Glasses Direct: Two Pairs of Glasses – Incl. Free Upgrade To Prescription Sunglasses* – for £19 (Up to 65% Off)
- Voucher for £55 to spend at Glasses Direct
- Can be used on two-for-one frames or towards higher-priced items
- Single vision prescription lenses included with all frames
- Brands such as Ghost and Scout available
- Second pair can be turned into prescription sunglasses for free (limited time only*)
- Bifocal lenses are available for an additional £30 and varifocals for £70
- £3.95 delivery charge, ships to anywhere in the UK
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 voucher per order.
Booking: Required online: http://www.glassesdirect.co.uk/. Glasses Direct cancellation applies: http://www.glassesdirect.co.uk/help-returns-policy/.
Restrictions: *Free upgrade to prescription sunglasses is only available until 30 July 2014. Must be 18 or older. A valid prescription is required when redeeming your voucher. £3.95 delivery charge anywhere in UK. The majority of orders are dispatched within 7 days. Allow up to 14 days for complex prescriptions. Maximum frame size Glasses Direct can provide for is 148mm. Glasses Direct cannot fulfil orders to customers with extremely strong prescriptions in the following ranges: the combined SPH and CYL is greater than +/-8.00; if the CYL is over +/-4.00; if there is more than 5.00D difference between each eye; if the prism correction is over 4.00 in any direction. Voucher cannot be combined with other promotions. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 9 Jun 2014.
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Spectacled shoppers can benefit from two new pairs of glasses courtesy of Glasses Direct. Customers can pick from the two-for-one range, with 'Lauren', 'Tigre' and 'Judge' frames (all usually £55) on offer. Alternatively, the £55 can be spent towards designer brand frames such as Karl Lagerfelds (£125), Scout (£75) and even John Lennon antiques (£125). Single vision prescription lenses are included with all eyewear, and for a limited time only, a dark UV tint can be added for free, turning any pair into prescription sunglasses.
The full range of glasses available from Glasses Direct can be found at their online store.
Glasses Direct began in 2004 when Jamie Murray Wells set himself the mission of discovering why designer eyewear was so expensive. After identifying that the mark-up on glasses was huge, Glasses Direct was born to offer standard and designer glasses at reasonable prices. The company grew rapidly, and the site now offers a huge range of specs including well-known brands such as Jeff Banks, Scout, Nike and Cosmopolitan.