Krazies, we made it to 2023. The days of paying insane prices for prescription glasses and sunglasses at the optometrist are long over. The deals we get shopping online are way better, but it comes with the downside of not being able try them on. Not being able to try on frame before you buy makes shopping for glasses a little fuzzy.
A possible resolution is this deal from Warby Parker. The company will send you five frames of your choice to try on to your home free of charge. Try them on when you get them, and send them back. From there, you can make a purchase, choose five more to try on for free, or move on if the frames aren’t for you.
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What is Warby Parker?
Warby Parker offers eyeglasses, sunglasses, contacts, and even eye exams. While they do have brick-and-mortar stores in select locations, the online store is available to anyone and has a larger available selection.
Here’s how to get the deal:
- Head to WarbyParker.com.
- Click “Try 5 at home for free.”
- Take a short quiz so help with selections.
- Pick your frames.
- Enter your personal and payment details (though you won’t be charged unless you don’t return the glasses).
- After you’ve tried on and made a selection, package the frames back up in the box, add the free return label, and put it in the mailbox for your mail carrier to take away within five days.
Is this deal legit?
Bottom line cost: $0. Even the shipping and return label is provided to you free of cost.
When will I be charged? The only time you’ll be charged is if you either don’t return the frames or you actually make a purchase. Frames start at $95, including prescription lenses.
When will it ship? The free home try-ons come with free standard shipping, and you should expect delivery in five to seven business days.
Will I need to cancel? No you don’t. This isn’t a subscription model. You’re only adding payment information as security for the company in case the frames are broken, misplaced, or never returned.