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  • If you've been eye-ing up Barbour prescription specs or sunnies, you can get a pair for £37 delivered (normally £135), with the MSE Blagged code MSE37BAR via our link at SpeckyFourEyes*. The code's valid until 11.59pm on Tuesday 30 April. 

    The code is only valid on the Barbour items you'll see via the link above, and you'll need to enter it in the vouchers box on the 'Shopping cart - summary' page once you've chosen your frames and lenses.

    Need-to-knows for getting the cheapest price

    • To get them cheapest, pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package (stage four of the checkout process), as thinner or scratch-resistant lenses will cost £10-£126 extra. To avoid other extras and keep costs down, click 'skip step & continue' until you reach the checkout.
    • 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. Do note that only standard lenses are included in the price, you'll pay extra for bifocal or thin lenses.
    • Select 'Royal Mail Standard' delivery – our code will make this delivery option free (normally £6.99).

    See 'More info' below for full T&Cs.

    MSE Georgia-May says:

    It's tricky to compare prices for these exact frames, as many of them are end-of-line and aren't sold elsewhere – but I reckon £37 all-in for a pair of branded prescription specs or sunglasses is pretty decent. They're normally £135 on SpeckyFourEyes, but when we checked on Wednesday 6 March, we found some costing £70-£150 at Boots.

    SpeckyFourEyes might not always be cheapest, so do your own price comparison before buying. As ever, with branded items in particular, be sure to check reviews if it's a retailer you've not heard of.

    See our Cheap Glasses page for other deals on specs. 

    • You can use the code more than once but can only use one code per item, per transaction – so you'll need to make multiple transactions if you want more than one. The code gets you free delivery (normally £6.99) and takes 7-20 working days. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra. 

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

      If you need to contact SpeckyFourEyes about your order, you can do so via this special contact page*

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Latest Expired Deals

  • £37 Ted Baker prescription specs (normally £135)

    £37 Ted Baker prescription specs (normally £135)

    Via MSE Blagged code and link

    Expired

    If you've been eye-ing up Ted Baker prescription specs, you can get a pair for £37 delivered (normally £135), with the MSE Blagged code MSE37TED via our link at SpeckyFourEyes*. The code's valid until 11.59pm on Thursday 29 February.

    The code is only valid on selected Ted Baker items found via our link, and you'll need to enter it in the vouchers box on the 'Shopping cart - summary' page once you've chosen your frames and lenses.

    Need-to-knows for getting the cheapest price

    • To get them cheapest, pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package (stage four of the checkout process), as thinner or scratch-resistant lenses will cost £10-£126 extra. To avoid other extras and keep costs down, click 'skip step & continue' until you reach the checkout.
    • 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. Do note that only standard lenses are included in the price, you'll pay extra for bifocal or thin lenses.
    • Select 'Royal Mail Standard' delivery – our code will make this delivery option free (normally £6.99).

    See 'More info' below for full T&Cs.

    MSE Georgia-May says:

    It's tricky to compare prices for these exact frames, as many of them are end-of-line and aren't sold elsewhere – but I reckon £37 all-in for a pair of branded prescription specs or sunglasses is pretty decent. They're normally £135 on SpeckyFourEyes, but when we checked on Wednesday 24 January, we found some up to £190 at Boots.

    SpeckyFourEyes might not always be cheapest, so do your own price comparison before buying. As ever, with branded items in particular, be sure to check reviews if it's a retailer you've not heard of.

    See our Cheap Glasses page for other deals on specs. 

    • You can use the code more than once but can only use one code per item, per transaction – so you'll need to make multiple transactions if you want more than one. The code gets you free delivery (normally £6.99) and takes 7-20 working days. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra. 

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

      If you need to contact SpeckyFourEyes about your order, you can do so via this special contact page*

  • £27 designer prescription specs (normally £89)

    £27 designer prescription specs (normally £89)

    Via MSE Blagged code and link. Includes Hackett, Jasper Conran, Lipsy and Radley brands

    Expired

    Here's a spec-tacular deal on designer glasses... You can get a pair from £27 delivered (normally from £89) when using the MSE Blagged code MSE27 via our SpeckyFourEyes* link. The code's valid until 11.59pm on Sunday 31 December.

    The code is only valid on selected glasses from the following six brands: Hackett, Jasper Conran, Lipsy, Radley, Superdry and O’Neill, which can only be found via our link. You'll need to enter the code in the voucher box on the 'Shopping cart - summary' page once you've chosen your frames and lenses.

    Need-to-knows for getting the cheapest price

    • To get them cheapest, pick 'continue with free lenses' when asked to choose your lens package (stage four of the checkout process), as thinner or scratch-resistant lenses will cost £10 to £126 extra. To avoid other extras and keep costs down, select 'skip step & continue' until you reach the checkout.
    • 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. Do note that only standard lenses are included in the price, you'll pay extra for bifocal or thin lenses.
    • Select 'Royal Mail Standard' delivery – our code will make this delivery option free (normally £6.99).

    See 'More info' below for full terms and conditions.

    MSE Georgia-May says:

    It's tricky to compare prices for this deal as it spreads across four different brands, and many of them are end-of-line and aren't sold elsewhere – but I reckon £27 all-in for a pair of designer prescription specs or sunglasses is pretty decent. They're normally £89 at SpeckyFourEyes, but when we checked on Friday 27 October, we found prices across each brand varied from £29 to £56 elsewhere. 

    SpeckyFourEyes might not always be cheapest, so do your own price comparison before buying. As ever, with branded items in particular, be sure to check reviews if it's a retailer you've not heard of.

    See our Cheap Glasses page for other deals on specs. 

    • You can use the code more than once but can only use one code per item, per transaction – so you'll need to make multiple transactions if you want more than one. The code gets you free delivery (normally £6.99) and takes 7-20 working days. Standard lenses are included in the price of the frames, but bifocal or thin lenses cost extra. 

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

      If you need to contact SpeckyFourEyes about your order, you can do so via this special contact page*