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[Real Canadian Superstore, Loblaws] Book an eye exam get 15,000 pc points

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Book an eye exam get 15,000 pc points

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Real Canadian Superstore, Loblaws
Wow when you book a eye exam with Theodore & Pringle Optical you can qualify for 15,000 PC optimum points.
From what I can tell you will find this eye exam place in Real Canadian Superstore and Loblaws. Limit of 6 eye exams for household.

https://www.theodoreandpringle.ca/
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How much does the eyes exam cost
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Jun 7, 2019
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Nothing if you have good benefits. But usually $85-95
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I’m not too sure but if you have benefits or government benefits it should be covered. But don’t hold me to it ❤️
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Feb 27, 2015
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How are these in store optometrists?

Any different vs costco, Hakim, Lens Crafter?
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Ontario only for those wondering. Rest of Canada is out of luck
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Might be better off just getting a groupon deal for eye exams (assuming you have no coverage) and some come with glasses.

Otherwise, Zenni Optical for buying glasses online.
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[OP]
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Wow really I’ve never thought of looking on Groupon
Thanks for the infoGrinning Face
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The one in Dufferin Mall does them for $60. My benefits have a yearly cap of $100 for all vision expenses, so that extra $40 can be used towards glasses etc.

Yeah, I know, my employer's vision coverage is shitty, but the rest of the plan is really good. I guess they just didn't select that option.
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Hey it’s better then nothing is how I look at it. Some coverage is still better as some people don’t even have any.
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RiCHC3 wrote: Might be better off just getting a groupon deal for eye exams (assuming you have no coverage) and some come with glasses.

Otherwise, Zenni Optical for buying glasses online.
No name brand?
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Couponqueen79 wrote: I’m not too sure but if you have benefits or government benefits it should be covered. But don’t hold me to it ❤️
Not covered by OHIP in Ontario
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I'll wait until I go to Malaysia. My wife thought she lost her specs so went to a optical shop. Hour later (after included eye exam), she walked out with 2 pairs of specs for not much more than what an optical exam would cost in Canada.
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I'm looking to get new glasses but wanted to do a new exam. Would they give me the prescription if I wanted to buy glasses elsewhere? Including the pid number?
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s7r1k3r wrote: I'm looking to get new glasses but wanted to do a new exam. Would they give me the prescription if I wanted to buy glasses elsewhere? Including the pid number?
Aren't they legally obligated to?

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