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What to look out for with prescriptions

By law you're entitled to your prescription after having an eye test and cannot be forced to buy glasses or contact lenses from the retailer the optician works for. However some opticians carry out extra assessments such as eye photos, for which they may charge, so always double check the total price in advance. Prescriptions have a 'lifespan' of two years.

Pay less for specs

If it turns out you do need a new or different prescription don't make a purchase straight away. First see our Cheap Glasses deals and Cheap Contact Lenses guide to make sure you get the best deal possible.

Important. Do you qualify for a free eye test on the NHS?

Some people are always entitled to free eye tests, incl anyone under 16 (or up to 19 if in full time education), anyone over 60, those with certain medical conditions (eg, diabetes, glaucoma) and those claiming certain benefits (eg, income-based jobseeker's allowance, income support). For full information, see the NHS website.

What's more if you live in Scotland, eye tests have been free for everyone since 2006.