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FREE 25,000 pair of glasses from Clearly Contacts starting on March 29 (postage in not included)

Posted By: yovi, posted 2011/03/26 10:01
We are giving away 25,000 free pairs of glasses (lenses included) starting March 29th!

The first giveaway starts at 8 AM (EDT) March 29, 2011 (conditions apply). We wanted to let you know so that you can get a pair of your own!

Why are we doing this? We're changing the way the world buys glasses! Try us out, risk-free and experience the difference.

Do you have friends or family that will appreciate owning free pair of eyeglasses? Forward them this message so that they can get in on the promotion as well!

How Does It Work?

Step 1: Click the like button above to reveal the coupon code!
Step 2: Go to our website and pick your favorite pair of glasses.
Step 3: Starting on March 29th, starting at 8AM EDT, place your order and enter the coupon code at checkout to get your own pair for free! If you miss out, try the other dates!
What Do I Pay?

Believe it or not, you pay absolutely nothing for your glasses (with prescription lenses included!!) you only have to pay for the shipping and handling
  • nicepair2011/03/26 17:34:49
    These guys are great for cheap/free glasses, used them in the past and all hassle free.
  • voteoften2011/03/29 10:48:54
    Anyone know how much postage is?
  • labgirl2011/03/29 12:46:37
    from memory less than $15 - I have used these guys and was happy with the glasses
  • ninkasi2011/03/29 20:27:53
    Well, got a pair - in my case I upped the index on the lens to 1.67 so it should be nice and thin with my script. As the total was just over $100, got free shipping. 'Handling' (includes insurance) was $14.28 but what the hey - the frame I chose had a (frankly silly) RRP of $400 and a normal price of $128 inc standard lens. So got that for free and only had to pay for the lens upgrade. Also has registered nearly $10 in bucky dollars, so all up is going to cost under $115.

    Sadly a number of frames were 'no coupon' so couldn't select, and others were out of stock... but still a decent selection available.

    I would warn people that - as far as I know - they still aren't a registered provider for most private health funds, so if you have optical coverage you probably won't be able to claim. On the other hand, when I go to the optometrist and get a new pair of glasses, I feel lucky if I get out with less than $300 in out of pocket expenses!
  • Keeys2011/04/12 10:12:33
    Thanks :) I've been wanting a pair of glasses that are different and more dressy than my day to day pair but always got put off by the price...for $25P&H just got myself a pair with this promo :)
  • labgirl2011/04/12 12:39:31
    They are a registered provider with NIB; worth a call to check with your fund

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