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Superdry logo£20 Superdry specs code (norm £99)*Or £30 prescription sunnies (norm £109). Incl delivery

17 days left

You can get Superdry glasses for £20 (norm £99) and Superdry prescription sunnies for £30 (norm £109) if you enter the MSE Blagged code SUPERDUPER2017 at glasses retailer SpeckyFourEyes* by 11.59pm on Sun 31 Dec.

Delivery's free when you use the code (norm £4.99), and takes 7-20 working days. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra.

Key need-to-knows for getting the cheapest price before you start

  • The code is valid on Superdry frames only, not on anything else on the site.
  • Once you've selected your Superdry frames, you'll only get the price above if you pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package. If you want one of the 'Specky' packages, which include thinner and scratch resistant lenses, it'll cost £9-£125 extra.
  • You can either enter your prescription during the checkout process, or opt to send it later. Some frames aren't suitable for high prescriptions, so keep an eye out when choosing (see what we did there).
  • When asked to choose a delivery option, select 'Royal Mail Standard' at £4.99. The code gets you free delivery, so the cost will be taken off the final price. 

Although SpeckyFourEyes says there are good stock levels available, all frames are subject to availability, so they could still sell out fast if demand is high.

FeelGoodContacts logoFeelGoodContacts 13% off everything*Online code for new customers only

Ongoing

If you're a new customer to online contact lens and designer sunnies retailer FeelGoodContacts*, you'll get 13% off when you enter the MSE Blagged code LENSES13 at the checkout. Delivery's £2.99 or free on orders over £45.

When we checked, this code made Feelgoodcontacts the cheapest retailer, but it's always worth doing your own price comparisons before you buy.

Boots logo£10 eye test at Boots (norm £25)*Show voucher in your nearest store

Till 31 Dec

If you go online to Boots Opticians via this link*, you'll get a voucher for a £10 eye test (norm £25) to use by Sun 31 Dec. You can book your test in advance online*, by phone (0345 125 3752) or by visiting your nearest Boots Opticians*.

To redeem the offer, you'll need to show your voucher at your appointment, either printed or on your smartphone. Boots says the voucher's valid UK-wide at all stores with a Boots Opticians. 

You may be able to get a free eye test anyway

Remember, if you live in Scotland everyone gets FREE eye tests. Some are also eligible for free NHS tests (see 'more info' for who) and Tesco Opticians always does free eye tests. See our Free Eye Tests page for completely free offers.

More info

Some people are always entitled to free eye tests, including anyone under 16 (or up to 19 if in full time education), anyone over 60, and those with certain medical conditions (see the NHS website for full information).

Vision Direct logoVision Direct 11% off*Online code for new customers

Ongoing

If you're a new customer to online glasses and contact lens retailer Vision Direct*, enter the MSE Blagged code MSE11 to get 11% off everything on site. Delivery's £2.98. It can't be used with other offers.

Vision Direct may not always be the cheapest retailer, even with the code, so make sure to always do your own price comparisons.

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