The NHS gives funding towards the cost of glasses or contact lenses, in the form of an NHS optical voucher, to anyone who qualifies (this funding does not apply to everyone). Some people are also eligible for NHS-funded eye tests.
Benefits of your NHS optical voucher
Free glasses using your NHS optical voucher
If you choose a pair of glasses from our £19 to £49 ranges, your NHS optical voucher will fully cover the cost so you won’t need to pay anything. All our glasses include standard single-vision, Standard 1.5 bifocal or Standard 1.5 varifocal lenses with a scratch-resistant treatment.
Use your NHS optical voucher to buy glasses from another range
Pay a small ‘top up’, together with your NHS optical voucher to get glasses from the £69 range or above (excluding sunglasses) and we pay the rest. For example, if you pay a £15 top up, you can get a £69 pair of glasses; if you pay £40 top up, you can get a £99 pair of designer glasses.
Terms and conditions
Cannot be used with other offers. 1.5 standard single-vision lenses or 1.5 Standard bifocal or varifocal lenses. Other lenses and Extra Options – additional charge. One pair of complete glasses only. Subject to NHS optical voucher eligibility.