Tesco is more than Tesco Direct and Groceries. Last week I looked at earning Clubcard points when updating your summer wardrobe with F&F, Tesco’s clothing range. Today I’m going to have a look at Tesco Opticians.
If you are wearing glasses or contact lenses, you have probably got an optician already. However it is always good to keep comparing prices and services as you might be better off somewhere else.
What do Tesco Opticians offer that distinguishes them from other opticians?
- First of all Tesco Opticians offer free in store eye tests. Boots eye tests cost £10 and Specsavers eye tests in are around £20 (unless you find a voucher).
- For contact lens wearers Tesco Opticians has got a so-called My Lens Plan with regular contact lenses deliveries and monthly payments. (When signing up to My Lens Plan you also get a £10 voucher for non-prescription sunglasses and a £10 voucher for friends or family.)
- You can earn Clubcard points on all purchases. (In order to earn Clubcard points you need to enter your Clubcard number when registering with Tesco Opticians and 1 point per £1 will be added to your account.)
- If you buy glasses for £65+ you get a second pair for free
You can browse and order the range of glasses online or find them in one of 200+ stores. Specsavers seems to have a greater range of available glasses with the cheapest costing £25. Tesco Opticians has got decent glasses including prescription lenses for only £15.
These Party Eyes For Ladies are part of this £15 range and look alright (not sure about the name though…).
However I’ve found something much better:
Don’t call me obsessed but looking at these frames I wish I had to wear glasses.
These Star Wars glasses cost £65 and have stormtroopers on the inside which means you can actually get away with wearing them no matter your age.
The best thing is that if you buy glasses for £65+ you get a second pair for free.
So why not get the red pair as well?
You could of course also get a ‘normal’ pair as your second pair …..
If you are wearing glasses or contact lenses, it is worth having a look at Tesco Opticians to find out whether you can save some money whilst also getting some Clubcard points.Want to earn more Clubcard or Nectar points? Click here to visit the Shopper Points home page for the latest news and offers. Come back every day for new deals or join our email list.
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