alexis wrote:The reason they charge for each eye is because each eye can have a diffrent prescribtion!
Harold wrote:My wife and I went to Walmart yesterday. They charged us each $144.00 for and eye exam. Rip off! Plus they charged us $15.00 apeice for a printout of our prescriptions. Another rib off! Other places we went to in the past was $49.00 for exam and free print out of prescrption. I guess thats why they say Walmart is cheap. I will say there glasses were a little cheaper.
george wrote:Do you mean that they charged $15 per lens? That does seem very odd that they would break their price down by each lens. I can't imagine why they did that unless you were buying two different types of lenses. I'm guessing that would be extremely rare though.
paige wrote:Just paid $89 for my exam at the Walmart in Salem, Oregon. That was $69 for the eyeglass exam and an addition $20 for the contact lens exam. Honestly don't see why it's an extra $20, since my vision is identical for both scenarios. I think it's just a gimmick to get more money. I was NOT impressed with the doctor at all, by the way.
Optician wrote:Limiting your budget for your optical needs will limit the quality of your vision. If you want/need lens enhancements, you will have to pay for them.
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