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[03/16/16, via PRWire]
Cheapest Prescription Glasses In NZ At Ezyglasses To this end, the Ezyglasses website has a FAQ page that explains why and how their glasses are so cheap, to which the Ezyglasses ... our satisfaction guarantee, you can get the glasses you love, in your perfect prescription, and take a whole year to ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Daily Local News]
Consumer Reports: Need eyeglasses? Don’t overlook this If you have a single-vision prescription (glasses to see far away or close up), you can generally get by with CR-39 lenses ... Ask your optician for a discount. “Prices are not set in stone,” says Steve Kodey, senior director of industry research ... [...]

[03/14/16, via The Huffington Post]
How Retirees Can Save on Prescription Eyeglasses Prescription eyeglasses today aren't cheap. You can easily spend $200 for a basic pair ... If, however, you don't want a Medicare Advantage plan, you can still get coverage by purchasing an inexpensive vision insurance policy - see eHealthInsurance.com. [...]

[03/13/16, via capitalgazette.com]
Savvy Senior: How retirees can save on prescription eyeglasses Purchasing eyeglasses from discount retailers is another way to save ... AARP members, for example, can get 30 percent off a pair of prescription eyeglasses as well as discounts on eye exams at any LensCrafters, most participating Pearle Vision, Sears ... [...]

[03/09/16, via LA Weekly]
Best Places to Go Thrifting on L.A.'s Eastside Thrift shops are where you treat yourself to new-to-you clothes because you don’t want to shell out for yet another $50 shirt you'll wear once when you could get 10 shirts for ... an authentic Chanel bag or prescription sunglasses. Across L.A., thrift ... [...]

Go get yourself some effective (and cheap) sunglasses

Sunny days call for sunglasses, and a pair of well-fitting shades can protect the eye area from damage from ultraviolet light.The good news is that wearers don't need to shell out big bucks or sacrifice fashion to protect their peepers. As long as the sunglasses are labeled as having UVA and UVB protection, wearers will get the same protection whether the sun specs are a $5 pair from a drugstore or a $500 pair sold at a boutique, eye doctors said. Look for sunglasses labeled as having 100...

How retirees can save on prescription eyeglasses

Dear Savvy Senior,What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I turned 65, retired, and signed up for Medicare. — Looking For EyeglassesDear Looking,Prescription eyeglasses today aren’t cheap. You can easily spend $200 for a basic pair, but if you want designer frames or need bifocal or progressive lenses the price can more than double. Here are a few different options that can help you save....

Savvy Senior: How to save on prescription eyeglasses

DEAR SAVVY SENIOR:What tips or resources can you recommend to help seniors with the high cost of prescription eyeglasses? I used to have vision insurance through my work, but lost it when I retired.Need New SpecsDEAR SPECS:There's no doubt that new eyeglasses can be expensive. You can easily spend $200 for a basic pair, and if you spring for add-ons like anti-glare lenses or designer frames the price can double. If you're like most retirees, and are paying full out-of-pocket prices every time...