I’ve recently discovered that I need to wear glasses as my vision is a bit shortsighted. I wasn’t too thrilled with the news conveyed by my optometrist. You see, I’m never a big fan of glasses. I think that they will make me look geeky, and not to mention that most prescriptive glasses are extremely expensive too.
But then again, whether I like it or not, I still have to get myself a pair so that I could see clearly again. And so, here’s sharing some tips with all of you out there on how to choose prescriptive glasses without having to burn a big hole in your savings account:
- If you’re pretty low on cash, opt to buy generic glasses instead of branded ones. Generic glasses are much cheaper than the branded ones. Do consider getting generic glasses as they could save you from blowing up your pocket.
- Plenty of eye-wear companies are offering discounts on their eye-care products. You might want to flip the newspaper for discounts or vouchers for the glasses that you intend to buy.
- Buy prescriptive glasses with frame instead of going for those frame-less ones. It’s not only cheaper, but durable and last longer in comparison to the frame-less ones.
- There’s plenty of online shops that’s offering good deals on prescription glasses. You might want to try buying your glasses online. Glasses.com is offering quite a competitive deal for both branded and generic glasses, and the best part is that they will deliver your orders to your doorsteps. That’s great, isn’t it? I think it’s great, so you might want to check them out.
- Last but not least, make sure that you get your prescription right. You wouldn’t want to end up with glasses that doesn’t suit your needs now, would you?