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Get two glasses for the price of one with this epic deal from Liingo Eyewear

Up your specs appeal with this BOGO event on eyeglasses, sunglasses or blue light filtering options.

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Whether you need prescription lenses or are just looking for blue light specs to help at the office, Liingo Eyewear has you covered. With a ton of frame and lens options, you can customize your new glasses to your exact needs. They also have a nifty tool where you can "try on" various frames virtually, helping you order the right frame to complement your face. 

Right now when you buy one pair of glasses, you can get another pair free with code HAPPYBOGO. It applies sitewide, whether you mix and match or shop clearance frames. Some options, like multifocal lenses, will come with an added fee, but all of those are upfront when you are choosing your customizations, so you can make the right selection while keeping your budget in check. Liingo offers transition lenses and other specialty options, so this deal is worth checking out if you need any kind of eyewear. This offer is good now through Tuesday, Dec. 21. 

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