We want to help look after your wellbeing and are pleased to now offer all our colleagues a free eye test voucher to support their eye-health. The NHS recommends you have your eyes tested every 2 years.
How does it work?
All you need to do is request a voucher on this e-form and we’ll send you an e-voucher to use at any SpecSavers store. Then book your appointment and present your voucher when you arrive in store to claim your free eye test.
You may be eligible for a free NHS eye test (including if you are over 60) and help towards glasses (if in receipt of certain state benefits). You can check here to see if you are eligible before requesting your free eye test voucher from Anchor. However, you will need to request an eye test voucher and have an eye test at SpecSavers in order to claim the £49 contribution for Visual Display Unit glasses – see FAQs.
Help with the cost of new glasses
As well as providing you with a free eye test, if the optician confirms you need to wear glasses for Visual Display Unit – VDU (middle distance) use, you’ll also be able to claim a free pair of glasses from SpecSavers £49 range or get £49 off glasses in their other ranges. Please note you will need to have used the SpecSavers eye test voucher to be able to redeem the £49.
Don’t need glasses just for VDU? We’ll still help with the cost of your new glasses, as you’ll get a premium club e-voucher for £20 off a pair of glasses in the SpecSavers £99 or above range, with your free eye test voucher.
Apply before you buy
Remember to wait until you’ve received your vouchers before having your eye test or buying glasses at Specsavers, as refunds can’t be processed.
Yes, you can use the premium club e-voucher to get £20 off a pair of glasses in the SpecSavers £99 or above range. You can request a premium club e-voucher here.
If you require glasses for VDU use, you will need to request a full eye test voucher to be eligible for the £49 off so that a SpecSavers optician can validate your prescription. You can use this e-form
If you require glasses for VDU use, you will need to request a full eye test voucher to be eligible for the £49 off so that a SpecSavers Optician can validate your prescription. You can use this e-form
You can request a £20 voucher for glasses in the £99 or above range at SpecSavers using this form.
If you need glasses solely for VDU use, please see the question above.
Unfortuntely not all SpecSavers branches accept the old paper vouchers. If your local branch does not, you can request a £20 voucher for glasses in the £99 or above range at SpecSavers here. Or you can choose to use the paper voucher elsewhere.
If you need glasses solely for VDU use, please use this form.