Special prices for Students and Young People
Aged 25 or under? We have some good deals for you on glasses and contact lenses.
Everyone up to the age of 25 can take advantage of this great offer on glasses.
|– From our student range.|
|– With NHS voucher or special student’s price.|
|– Any of our other frames including designer ranges.|
|Terms and conditions apply. Please ask for further details.|
Reduced price Lensplan for daily disposable lenses
Daily disposable contact lenses are perfect for busy lives. By wearing new lenses every time you always insert fresh, sterile lenses into your eyes and wearing once only means that you don’t have to worry about cleaning and storage. Because daily disposable lenses are particularly suitable for students and young people we offer our Lensplan at a reduced rate.
Contact lens wearers need an annual check on their lenses and on the health of their eyes in order to renew their contact lens prescription. If you have problems with your contact lenses you need to be seen promptly. Our Lensplan covers all our professional fees for the care of your eyes including an annual full eye examination and any additional contact lens checks that you might need.
Paid by monthly direct debit our Student and Children’s Lensplans give all these benefits;
- Routine contact lens appointments.
- Priority emergency appointments.
- An annual full Contact Lens Aftercare. This includes an eye examination with advanced digital retinal scanning.
- Discounted contact lens prices.
Student and Children’s Lensplan prices for wearers of daily disposable lenses
Student Lensplan (19 – 25 years) – £6.25 per month plus discounted cost of daily disposable lenses.
Children’s Lensplan ( up to 18 years) – £3.25 per month plus discounted cost of daily disposable lenses.
Please look at our Contact lenses page to find out more and for information about monthly, two-weekly and specialist contact lenses.
Young people under the age of 19 and in full-time education are entitled to NHS-funded sight tests and an optical voucher. An optical voucher entitles you to help towards the cost of glasses or contact lenses if they are needed. Students and people on a low income may be able to get help with the cost of sight tests and glasses or contact lenses through the NHS Low Income Scheme (LIS). Please see under NHS Entitlement for more details.