At Specsavers, not only could you qualify for a free NHS-funded eye test, you might also be eligible for an NHS optical voucher to help pay for the cost of your glasses.

There are three ways we can help make your NHS optical voucher go further so that you get the very best value:

  1. One pair of free glasses – you don’t pay a penny

    Use your NHS optical voucher to get one free pair of glasses from the £25 or £45 ranges. If your voucher value is less than £45, we pay the difference.

  2. Pay a 'top up' price to get one pair of glasses from the £69 range or above

    Pay a small 'top up', together with your NHS optical voucher to get glasses from the £69 range or above and we pay the rest.

    Type of glasses Usual price Top up price you pay if you receive an NHS optical voucher
    Advanced styling and colour £69 £10
    Flex-hinge frames
    Stainless steel frames
    £89 £25
    Designer frames
    Semi-rimless frames
    £99 £35
    Designer frames
    Titanium frames
    £125 £45
    Designer frames £149 £65
    Rimless frames £169 £75
    Fineform frames £169 £75
  3. Use your NHS optical voucher with one of our special offers

    Instead of using your NHS optical voucher to get free glasses from the £25 or £45 range, you can alternatively use it as part-payment towards any of these great offers (you just pay the difference between your NHS optical voucher value and the full price of the offer):

Real life examples

You want to take advantage of the '2 for 1 designer glasses from £99' offer and your NHS optical voucher is worth £39.10:

2 for 1 designer
glasses from £99
 
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NHS optical
voucher
 
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You pay
 

You want to take advantage of the '2 for 1 glasses from £69' offer and your NHS optical voucher is worth £39.10:

2 for 1 glasses
from £69
 
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NHS optical
voucher
 
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You pay
 

You want to take advantage of the 'Free anti-reflection treatment' offer and your NHS optical voucher is worth £39.10:

Glasses from £69
 
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Free anti-reflection
treatment
 
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NHS optical
voucher
 
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You pay