1. You’ll get up to 70% off retail prices on prescription glasses
GlassesUSA.com cuts out the middleman so you pay less.
Between rent, shipping and production costs, it’s no wonder the average markup for frames in brick-and-mortar stores is 250%. You won’t pay less than $350 for multifocals at the store, but a frame of the same quality and the same prescription will cost less than $150 online.
Online retailers cut back on all these costs by using their own in-house laboratories, which means you save a lot of money when shopping for glasses online.
2. You have many more frames to choose from
Leading online retailers can showcase over 7000 frames on a single site. Brick-and-mortar stores are limited in the number of frames they can display. When you’re shopping online, there’s almost no end to the options at hand: Non-prescription glasses, single vision or multifocal lenses, available in every size, shape, material and style from all your favorite brands, only a click away.
3. You’re choosing from the same high-quality frames and lenses
Whether you’re shopping for non-prescription frames or high quality progressive, bifocal and adaptive lenses, GlassesUSA.com provides exactly the same materials and brands, including household names like Ray-Ban, Oakley and Tom Ford. The
only difference is the price tag.
4. It’s hard to get to a store right now
In these uncertain times, you might not feel safe going into a store — and the store might not even be open. GlassesUSA.com is open 24 hours a day.
*Excluding sale items, contact lenses, and premium frames.