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[Clearly Contacts] Up to 80% off Frames + 40% off Lenses

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Nov 17, 2018
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[Clearly Contacts] Up to 80% off Frames + 40% off Lenses

Up to 80% off Frames + 40% off Lenses - Use code: FRIDAY 40
Also up to 50% off Premium Brands e.g. Ray-Ban, Oakley,etc
Free Shipping and Free Returns
15% off all contacts + free shipping on order $89+ Use code: BLACKFRIDAY

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Nov 21, 2015
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For acuvue oasys, perfectlens is significantly cheaper.
Example: ordered 7 boxes of weekly acuvue oasys and paid $130 all in after BF discount at PL (+ 12% GCR)
Clearly wants $170 for the same order after discount
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Dec 16, 2017
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it works. the frames are already discounted on the product page (so it won't get further discounted in your cart), and nothing I saw was even close to 80% off (more like 15-20%). For someone like me, whose lenses are expensive (cost more than the frames), the 40% off makes it worthwhile. But if your script is cheap, then ya, you aren't going to save much.
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Feb 26, 2017
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I have a really fat head. Like 140mm won’t cut it. Zenni maxes out at 140. Does anyone know where I should look ?
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carmageddon wrote: For acuvue oasys, perfectlens is significantly cheaper.
Example: ordered 7 boxes of weekly acuvue oasys and paid $130 all in after BF discount at PL (+ 12% GCR)
Clearly wants $170 for the same order after discount
Except that site has no love for astigmatism
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carmageddon wrote: For acuvue oasys, perfectlens is significantly cheaper.
Example: ordered 7 boxes of weekly acuvue oasys and paid $130 all in after BF discount at PL (+ 12% GCR)
Clearly wants $170 for the same order after discount
What is PL?
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Atillathepun wrote: I have a really fat head. Like 140mm won’t cut it. Zenni maxes out at 140. Does anyone know where I should look ?
Wow is that for real or you are just joking ?
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Mar 2, 2016
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I will never ever go back to buying glasses in a brick and mortar store. I got 3 pairs from Clearly and the most expensive ones were $32 (total price). All fit great and the ones that didn't were returned with no hassle.
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I was going to buy a pair from here from the earlier black Friday sale but thought there would be a better discount today. Now the 'discounts' on frames and lens are double what it was on Monday but for some reason the discount is almost half of what it was. I'm getting just under $10 off now when it was closer to $20 before. That makes no effin sense. Guess I'll wait for cyber monday.
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Jan 4, 2009
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carmageddon wrote: For acuvue oasys, perfectlens is significantly cheaper.
Example: ordered 7 boxes of weekly acuvue oasys and paid $130 all in after BF discount at PL (+ 12% GCR)
Clearly wants $170 for the same order after discount
Thanks for the heads up.

I ended up buying from perfectlens with the BF 20% off code "BCTN". That's a total of almost 33% off along with GCR.
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Jun 20, 2008
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Like to order something online asking PD, how do I get that?
I really wanted to avoid brick and mortar company.
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rajchakra wrote: Like to order something online asking PD, how do I get that?
I really wanted to avoid brick and mortar company.
Do you have a previous bill from brick/mortar company? PD might be mentioned there. I checked my Costco bill and PD was on it (not on the prescription)

Otherwise you can ask family/friend to measure it, there are guides online
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Jun 20, 2008
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“Otherwise you can ask family/friend to measure it, there are guides online.”
Don’t know how to measure that and I don’t have from previously.

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