Save up to 60% on eyeglasses at GlassesUSA

You get free shipping on your new eyeglasses, too.

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GlassesUSA is one of our favorite sites for buying prescription eyeglasses online -- its inventory is often more affordable than premium alternatives like Warby Parker, and the site has clever features like the Virtual Mirror, which lets you see what you'd look like with particular frames. In fact, GlassesUSA ranked among our favorite online eyeglass retailers this year. And right now, there are a few deals you can take advantage of at GlassesUSA, starting with 60% off frames with basic lenses when you apply promo code DEAL60 at checkout.  

But it gets better, because you can also get 20% off designer frames and free prescription lenses on either eyeglasses or sunglasses when you use promo code SUN20 at checkout. This deal also includes free shipping to your doorstep. There are some exclusions, though: The code doesn't apply on Ray-Ban, Oakley, Costa Del Mar or contact lenses.

Finally, here's a stackable discount. You can get $10 off your entire order on eyeglasses and sunglasses with free prescription lenses (plus free shipping) when you use promo code EXCLUSIVE10 at checkout. This "super coupon" can be added on top of any other code on the site, including DEAL60, SUN20 and others. You can't apply this one to contact lenses, though. 

Read more: The best glasses online for 2021: Where to find prescription eyeglasses

First published last year. Updated with the latest deal.

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