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Does America's Best Offer Protection Plans In Case My Frames Break?


Your eyeglasses live the same life you do. They get hot in the summer, cold in the winter, played with by the baby, dropped, scratched, sat or stepped on.

For a small additional charge, the Product Protection Plan protects your eyeglass frames and lenses for one year.

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Do I Still Need an Eye Exam If I Already Have a Prescription?


As long as your prescription is current and valid, you can absolutely bring in your own prescription to an America's Best store. If you don't already have a prescription or if you think your vision might have changed, you can receive a complete eye exam for eyeglasses from one of the independent doctors of optometry for just $45.

Better yet, you can get a FREE eye exam* when you purchase any two pairs of eyeglasses priced at $59.95 with single vision uncoated plastic lenses for $69.95. This deal is a great way to save money on eyeglasses for kids - no matter what happens to the first pair, you'll always have a second one ready to go!

Contact lens exams are just $79, but by joining the America's Best Eyecare Club, you can get three years' worth of FREE contact lens eye exams (up to 2 per year).

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Will I Find a Wide Selection Of Eyeglass Frames At Americas Best Store?


America's Best stores typically have on display 1,250 eyeglass frames and America's Best offers HUNDREDS of frames as part of their 2 pairs for $69.95 deal (which includes frames priced at $59.95 with single vision uncoated plastic lenses and a FREE eye exam).

They carry eyeglass lenses you'd expect to find in an optical retailer, including Transitions® color-changing lenses, impact-resistant polycarbonate, glass or photogray.

If your prescription indicates another lens might be better suited to correct your vision, one of their associates will help you decide what's right for you. Premium eyeglass lenses and upgrades (like NeverGlare Advantage anti-reflective coating) are an additional cost.

You can opt for a solid or gradient tint, scratch resistant coating, UV-block coating, anti-reflective coating or polarized coating to make your lenses even more durable. Coatings and tinting are available on most eyeglass lenses. Talk to an America's Best associate to learn more.

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How is the Prices So Much Lower Than Other Retailers?


America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses has been one of the low-price leaders in a highly competitive eyewear market for more than thirty years. With more than 500 high-volume retail stores located throughout the United States, they purchase a lot of eyeglass frames from manufacturers. Because of the number of eyeglass frames that they buy, they're able to negotiate low prices from our vendors - which they then pass on to you, the consumer.

They also keep prices down at America's Best by maintaining a low overhead. You won't find our stores in high-rent, expensive malls. Instead, they locate our bright, pleasant stores in convenient shopping areas.

It also helps that they own and operate three of the high volume optical laboratories in the United States. Their labs are outfitted with state of teh art optical equipment in the world, and are staffed by expert laboratory team members with decades-plus experience in eye care and manufacturing. Efficiency breeds economy.

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How Much Does an Eye Exam Cost?


At America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses, eye exams are FREE with our special offer of 2 pairs of eyeglasses for $69.95! Regular-priced eye exams are only $45. A contact lens exam costs $79, but you can join the Eyecare Club during your next visit to get 3 years of eye exams for only $99.

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About Americas Best

With over 23 Million lenses in stock, Contacts America has the contact lenses you need.

We carry all major brands of contact lenses including Acuvue, Biomedics, Focus, Freshlook, as well as hard-to-find specialty lenses such as toric contact lenses, colored contacts, bifocal contacts, and multifocal lenses.

Get the exact same contact lenses prescribed by your eye doctor, delivered right to your home or office for less than you are paying now.