When shopping for glasses online, it’s pretty common to feel bogged down by the cost of prescription lenses.
If you are in the market for a new pair of prescription glasses and have decided to buy them online, you may feel like you’re being gouged when you see how lens prices are laid out and the cost of each upgrade or coating. Lens costs often aren’t broken down when buying prescription glasses at the eye doctor’s office, so looking at them online can be a bit of an eye-opener, especially if you’re used to using eye insurance to pay for your lenses.
The truth is, when you’re buying prescription glasses without using insurance to cover it, there is no better way to save money than buying online. Our store keeps its prices lower than the eye doctor’s by doing most of our work in-house using our own prescription optical labs.
When you’re ordering prescription glasses online, you are generally saving money compared to buying glasses at a store. The internet market is considerably more competitive than the optician’s market, and prices are considerably lower accordingly.
When you’re shopping for eyewear and trying to save money, you should pay special attention to what you need and what you don’t. If you’re using the glasses for a specific task, you might not need bifocals or anti-reflective coating that you typically get on your regular glasses.
If you’re not sure which of these is right for your eyewear or if you have any other questions about lens costs, you can leave a comment on this post or contact our customer service department. Also, you may be able to find answers to your questions in some of our other posts.
Thanks so much for reading, and happy shopping!
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