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Catch the Looks, Cut the Cost: $100 Off Sunglasses with Contacts!

Updated: May 5



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Key Takeaways

1. Save $100 on sunglasses when you purchase a year's supply of contact lenses

2. Sunglasses protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and reduce eye strain

3. Prescription sunglasses offer the best of both worlds: vision correction and sun protection

4. The promotion runs from May 1st through August 31st at Griffin Eyecare




Our Current Promotion: $100 Off Sunglasses with Annual Contact Lens Supply


From May 1st through July 31st, when you purchase a year's supply of contact lenses at Griffin Eyecare, you'll receive $100 off any pair of sunglasses in our store. This incredible offer is our way of encouraging our patients to prioritize their eye health and enjoy the many benefits of wearing sunglasses.

Older well dressed man wearing sunglasses

To be eligible for the promotion, simply:

  1. Schedule an appointment for a contact lens exam and fitting

  2. Order a year's supply of contact lenses (typically 8 boxes for monthly lenses or 24 boxes for daily disposables)

  3. Choose your favorite pair of sunglasses from our extensive collection


We carry a wide range of popular sunglass brands, including Ray-Ban, Oakley, Costa, and more, ensuring that you'll find the perfect style to suit your taste.



The Benefits of Wearing Sunglasses


Stylish young man wearing sunglasses

Sunglasses are more than just a fashion accessory, they play a crucial role in protecting your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays. Prolonged exposure to UV radiation can lead to a variety of eye problems, including:

  • Cataracts

  • Macular degeneration

  • Pterygium (surfer's eye)

  • Photokeratitis (snow/welders blindness)


By wearing sunglasses regularly, you can significantly reduce your risk of developing these conditions. Additionally, sunglasses help reduce eye strain and fatigue, especially when spending long hours outdoors or driving.


Prescription Sunglasses: Combining Vision Correction and Sun Protection

For those who wear prescription glasses, prescription sunglasses offer the perfect solution. These specialized lenses combine your exact vision correction prescription with the protective benefits of sunglasses. We offer a wide range of lens types and coatings to suit your unique needs, including:

Lens Type

Benefits

Polarized

Reduces glare and enhances visual clarity

Photochromic

Automatically darkens in sunlight and lightens indoors

Mirror-coated

Reflects light and provides a stylish look

Anti-reflective

Minimizes distracting reflections and improves night vision

Check out our latest Transitions Style Mirror lenses. Enjoy the benefits of Transitions with the reduced glare properties of a mirrored lens.


Why Invest in an Annual Supply of Contact Lenses

Purchasing a year's supply of contact lenses also offers numerous advantages:

  1. Convenience: You'll always have fresh lenses on hand, eliminating the need for frequent reorders.

  2. Cost-effectiveness: Many contact lens manufacturers offer rebates or discounts for annual supplies, saving you money in the long run.

  3. Optimal eye health: Regularly replacing your lenses as prescribed helps maintain eye health and reduces the risk of infection or complications.




Young woman wearing Costa sunglasses

Choosing the Right Sunglasses for Your Needs

When selecting sunglasses, consider the following factors:

  • Face shape: Choose frames that complement your facial features and proportions.

  • Lifestyle: Consider your daily activities and hobbies when choosing lens types and frame materials.

  • Personal style: Opt for sunglasses that reflect your unique taste and personality.


Our knowledgeable opticians are here to guide you through the process and help you find the perfect pair of sunglasses to meet your needs.


Take advantage of this promotion by scheduling your appointment today. You can reach out to us at (770) 227-2924 or schedule online. Our friendly staff is ready to assist you in finding the perfect combination of contact lenses and sunglasses to keep your eyes healthy and protected all year round.



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