The other day, the Daily Dealer alerted its readers to a beautiful pair of Oakleys that is 30 percent off on Amazon. As that article put it, “When it comes to sunglasses, there are two brands that matter: Ray-Ban and Oakley.”
If you heed that advice, you will be thrilled to find out about the deal currently going on at eBay. Select Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses are up to 70 percent off. Now that’s a deal.
Altogether, 68 different pairs of Ray-Bans and Oakleys (including both men’s and women’s frames) are included in this sale. Make sure to check them all out. Here are some of the best:
Ray-Ban manufactures a variety of shapes and styles. But to most the brand will always be synonymous with Wayfarers, the thick frames that symbolized “cool” in the 1980s. These glasses are not usually cheap — they are normally priced at $200. But as a part of this sale they are only $89.99.
Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer on sale for $89.99
Earlier this week, getting Oakleys for $30 off was a good deal. That shows you how things change. As a part of this sale, you can get a pair for $69.99 —$50 off their original price. Hurry, though, because the white pairs are running out. (If you can’t get the white, go for the grey).
Oakley Men’s Garage Rock Square Iv Sunglasses on sale for $69.99
Would you consider yourself less “Tom Cruise in ‘Risky Business‘” and more “Tom Cruise in ‘Top Gun‘”? If so, you are probably looking for Aviators, the shades made famous by General Douglas MacArthur in World War II. They are also currently on sale. This pair usually costs $150, but it is now available for only $74.99.
These classic Ray-Ban Aviators are half off (Photo via Ray-Ban)
Ray Ban Men’s Aviator Sunglasses on sale for $74.99
While these may be the classics, make sure you check out all 68 pairs for a wider variety of men’s and women’s eyewear.
Ray-Ban and Oakley Sunglasses — up to 70 percent off
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