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~$150 off the purchase of prescription Nikon eyewear polarized lenses

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~$150 off the purchase of prescription Nikon eyewear polarized lenses

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NIKON polarized prescription lenses for the price of clear!

•Redeemable only at participating retailers. Limit 1 coupon per person.
•Limited time offer: Online promotion ends July 31st, 2015.

I used this code in Winnipeg and saved over $100 today on polarized lenses for my new RB8034K's from Costco!
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How does this work? How much do you save?
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OP Thanked.

Can you give me an idea of what yours cost after the discount? I have some wayfarers that I have prescription lenses in that are crap and if its cheap enough, I'll just get some new lenses in them - I'd need the highest index because I'm damn near blind. I know there's huge price variation so ideally someone with a huge prescription might be able to throw in their two cents.
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shdwfx wrote: OP Thanked.

Can you give me an idea of what yours cost after the discount? I have some wayfarers that I have prescription lenses in that are crap and if its cheap enough, I'll just get some new lenses in them - I'd need the highest index because I'm damn near blind. I know there's huge price variation so ideally someone with a huge prescription might be able to throw in their two cents.
I bought the standard lenses (1.5). with the top of the line coatings, for $250. Would have been 380 without the coupon. It does seem to very wildly so I can't be of much more help. The locations that accept the code are listed when you get the email. They will gladly share the prices with you I'm sure.
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finnmacool wrote: I bought the standard lenses (1.5). with the top of the line coatings, for $250. Would have been 380 without the coupon. It does seem to very wildly so I can't be of much more help. The locations that accept the code are listed when you get the email. They will gladly share the prices with you I'm sure.
Thanks again! I'll definitely look into it.
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Alvord wrote: How does this work? How much do you save?
It all depends on the type and thickness of your lenses.
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finnmacool wrote: NIKON polarized prescription lenses for the price of clear!

•Redeemable only at participating retailers. Limit 1 coupon per person.
•Limited time offer: Online promotion ends July 31st, 2015.

I used this code in Winnipeg and saved over $100 today on polarized lenses for my new RB8034K's from Costco!
Nice, thanks. Is this only for Ray Bans?
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Putting prescription lenses in designer sunglasses seems like a bad idea. I mean if you absolutely cant deal with contact lenses, i guess yeah... its your only option(though id prob. just get clip-ons or self-tinting lenses for my day-to-day glasses)

Its just too pricy, and with the way fashion trends change... Atleast with wayfarers you're going with a classic, timeless style.

I got this fresh on my mind because i just inherited some really nice vintage raybans(pre-luxottica) from an uncle... But they're prescription so its of no use to anyone. And getting the default lenses would cost $120.
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Scott86 wrote: Putting prescription lenses in designer sunglasses seems like a bad idea. I mean if you absolutely cant deal with contact lenses, i guess yeah... its your only option(though id prob. just get clip-ons or self-tinting lenses for my day-to-day glasses)

Its just too pricy, and with the way fashion trends change... Atleast with wayfarers you're going with a classic, timeless style.

I got this fresh on my mind because i just inherited some really nice vintage raybans(pre-luxottica) from an uncle... But they're prescription so its of no use to anyone. And getting the default lenses would cost $120.
I think it's a matter of preference. I don't like contacts and I quite enjoy funky sunglasses. Yeah, it's an investment but I luck out with 2 optical plans so I can upgrade every couple of years.
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LOL, I met this guy at a bar a few nights ago who kept on going about Nikon optical lens and how they are the best kind for your eyes. Pretty strange seeing it here on rfd now.
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You mean i can look like a bald bearded hipster? yay!
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murtadi007 wrote: LOL, I met this guy at a bar a few nights ago who kept on going about Nikon optical lens and how they are the best kind for your eyes. Pretty strange seeing it here on rfd now.
It wasn't me. :)
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Stock R wrote: Thanks. Will be interested to see what the pricing works out to be. I want to convert my current glasses to sunglasses.

Unfortunately I have bad vision and will need high index.
for the 1.6 high index (thinnest lens you can get for Polarized Nikon), the price quoted to me was 384, with the coupon 300 if that helps.
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Scott86 wrote: Putting prescription lenses in designer sunglasses seems like a bad idea. I mean if you absolutely cant deal with contact lenses, i guess yeah... its your only option(though id prob. just get clip-ons or self-tinting lenses for my day-to-day glasses)

Its just too pricy, and with the way fashion trends change... Atleast with wayfarers you're going with a classic, timeless style.

I got this fresh on my mind because i just inherited some really nice vintage raybans(pre-luxottica) from an uncle... But they're prescription so its of no use to anyone. And getting the default lenses would cost $120.
I used to feel the same way and always just wore contacts and sunglasses, then I realized getting prescription lenses in sunglass means they are covered by benefits. So now I have nice Maui Jims that cost me next to nothing. It also means I don't have to worry about wearing contacts, especially since I need glasses for driving. Wish I had of gotten prescription sunglasses years ago!!
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got the coupon quickly by email, but lots of spelling mistakes.. hope it's legit. :confused:
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I don't really get this.. Is this deal in conjunction with the Costco rayban deal? What if I already have ray bans at home and just want to put prescription in them. How much would that be?
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flyeaglesfly wrote: I don't really get this.. Is this deal in conjunction with the Costco rayban deal? What if I already have ray bans at home and just want to put prescription in them. How much would that be?
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If it helps, my prescription polarized rayban lens cost $115 when i bought it though a optical store.

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