Macleod Optometry: $23.20 for $200 Worth of Prescription Eyewear or Prescription Sunglasses (88% Off)

Today’s Groupon Calgary Daily Deal of the Day: Macleod Optometry: $23.20 for $200 Worth of Prescription Eyewear or Prescription Sunglasses (88% Off)

Buy now for only $23.20
Value $200
Discount 88% Off


Customers looking for fashionable glasses can choose from a variety of well-known brands, including Ray-Ban, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada & more

About This Deal

  • $200 Value Towards Prescription Glasses or Prescription Sunglasses

This is a limited 2-day only sale that will expire at midnight on Monday, January 31 2022.

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Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Valid Prescription required. Optometrists available on site for most locations, must call ahead or book online for optometrist appointment; subject to availability. Valid only in-store. Not valid for sale items or non-prescription sunglasses. Cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or promotion. Consultation required; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Macleod Optometry
8855 Macleod Trail Southwest Unit 101, Calgary, AB T2H 0M2

Four Things to Know About Wayfarer Sunglasses
Every time vintage makes a comeback, wayfarers will be an essential accessory. Check out Groupon’s overview of wayfarers’ life in the sun.

1. The designer: a Ray-Ban employee named Ray. In 1952, Raymond Stegeman developed his concept for wayfarers, creating a new standard for eyewear design in the process.

2. They revolutionized sunglass design. Ray-Ban came into prominence in the 1930s after creating aviators, sunglasses with thin, metal frames intended to protect pilots from the sun’s glare. Wayfarers traded function for pure style, combining mid-century aesthetics with a striking silhouette and a bold new material—plastic.

3. They were the 1960s’ standard for cool. Icons such as James Dean, Roy Orbison, and JFK sported the shades.

4. Never mind the 1970s. Wayfarers couldn’t block the glare of disco lights as well as oversized sunglasses, so they fell out of favor until, in 1982, Ray-Ban made a $50,000-a-year contract to have their products placed in films such as Risky Business.

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