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  • Basically, if you buy the eyeglasses from the lenscrafters, it should fix the eyeglasses for you for free. But the real situation is still unknown to me. You'd better call their store and ask the client there. Then you decide whether you choose to fix your eyeglasses in that store.

  • Contact lenses on lenscrafters can not be called as expensive. It provides service and products at reasonable price. They have several contact lenses of different prices. I believe you can find perfect things. And the offer free shipping for orders over 50 dollars. There are also online coupons with witch you can get discounts. Go check the website and you will find something.

  • I bought a pair of Dolce & Gabbana glasses from LensCrafters (single vision, plastic lenses) for $227. I also decided to buy a pair of glasses at JCP and spent $190 on frames with polycarbonate lenses. I picked more expensive frames at both stores, but LC was having a 30% off frames sale and JCP was having a 60% off frames/lenses sale. I feel like Wal-Mart shouldn't be in the same price market as designer frames since their glasses aren't really THAT great. I find that overall, Lenscrafters is not that cheap. Even with their 30% discount, you can probably find better prices for similar frames elsewhere. The advantage that I find with Lenscrafters is that you can potentially get your glasses back in a short time, especially if you have a straight forward prescription, and they also have good customer service compared to many other places. The biggest downside of Lenscrafters is that I find them to be overpriced for what you are getting. Also, I find that getting the anti-reflective coatings can be very expensive at Lenscrafters, compared to the other discount places. While some people don't care for anti-reflective coatings, it has become a necessity for me, as I've gotten too used to them.

  • Yes, the lenscrafters sells the reading glasses. The price of the reading glasses are various because of the quality in materials. If you want to buy one, you could base on your needs and hobby to choose one type. You could wait for its discount activity which may save you 30% cost. At that time, it is so wise to buy the reading glasses at lenscrafters.

  • Yes, you can get non prescription sunglasses from lenscrafters. If you are not short sighted, you could choose it. There are a variety of sunglasses, and you can choose your favorite color and size. What' more, the price of it is not so expensive. Here, I would like to give you a website where you can find your favorite one. https://www.lenscrafters.com/lc-us/savings/offers

  • Well, that really depends on the place where you plan to have your eye exam. See, prices of eye exams could vary a great deal in different cities at lenscrafters. In my city, if you don't have insurance, the normal price ranges is between about 50 to 100 dollars. Of course, you can get discounts if you are regular customer at a store and grow acquaintant with the shop owner. For instance, last time I had mine, I only paid some 40 dollars. Otherwise, the price ranges normally lie between 50 to 100.

  • This question has a complicated answer. Most Lenscrafters optometrists are independent and set their own pricing. So you should contact the office you'd like to visit and ask for their pricing and policies prior to scheduling. You can expect to pay anywhere from $40 - $350 for your exam depending on the office, the services performed, and your vision needs. For example, at our office a comprehensive health examination is $105, a refraction is $45, a digital retinal photo is $39, and if you want contacts your contact lens fitting could range from $60 to $150 (more complicated visual needs take more chair time and follow up visits and so cost more). Of course you can choose which services you would like to receive and we offer discounts for private pay patients, AAA, AARP, veterans, teachers, etc. Other offices will have different pricing for those services and may recommend additional testing, such as an in depth visual field analysis, OCT, or corneal topography. The best plan is to contact the office you're intending to visit prior to scheduling. One last thing, if you're looking to save money, DO NOT VISIT LENSCRAFTERS. We're one of the highest priced, retail chains when it comes to exams and eye glasses. However there is a good reason for this. At Lenscrafters you're going to get a much higher quality product after a much more thorough exam using the latest technology than the other retail chains. Visit www.lenscrafters.com/clarifye to learn more.

  • Usually private doctors will take VSP. But I am not sure whether lenscrafters will take VSP. However, you can enter the lenscrafters website to get more information. Even if they don;t accept VSP, you can still get eyeglasses there with lower price because they will offer a 25% discount for out-of-network insurances. Anyway, just check with lenscrafters by yourself. Good luck!

  • The price there differs a lot because of the different materials, different styles and different designs. Usually the price of lenses of prescription glasses is higher than that of common glasses. If you want to buy a better one with high quality both in frame and lenses, you'd better prepare at least $150.

  • Usually you can get the new ordered prescription glasses after two or three days. If your prescription is high, you may need to wait for another two days because of the additional polished time. You should be patient. The eyeglasses from the Lenscrafters are good which will make your satisfaction.

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