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Video: Buying Glasses Online – Is It Worth It?

So many people say to stay away from buying prescription glasses online.  But when one pair of glasses costs $250-$500 at a brick-and-mortar store, it’s worth it to explore other options.  I wear contact lenses during the day, but I need to have 1 or 2 pairs of glasses for when I’m not wearing my contacts.

I’ve bought several pairs of prescription glasses over the last several years from SelectSpecs.com and I have yet to be disappointed. And no, they’re not paying me to say that.  As long as you already have a prescription, you can easily buy inexpensive glasses and have them delivered to your door.  Or in our case, to our Super Mailbox.

In the video below, I show you what’s in the package when it arrives, and give you a look at the quality you can expect from the absolute cheapest pair of glasses from SelectSpecs – and it’s probably not what you’d expect!

 

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Megan is a WAHM to 3 (and then some) kids, who spends the majority of her time working as an Administrative Assistant, blogging and washing dishes. She loves to write about her adventures in parenting, running a home daycare, adoption and whatever else strikes her fancy!

1 Comment

  1. John

    Yes …Certainly it is…

    Today, people shop items more online than from offline stores.

    Online stores have actually narrowed our search for a quality material… Buying eyeglasses need no longer be a stressful experience – either for the sake of convenience, comfort or affordability.

    I am sure after reading your article, people will get to know that web hosts a wide variety of frames – suitable for any and all members of your family – at a fraction of what they cost offline.

    Why even think of looking elsewhere to buy glasses? Take a look for yourself – It is guaranteed that there’s a high quality pair of discount eyeglasses just waiting for you online!

    Thank you so much for sharing this post here with us.

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