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Whether you need an eye exam, new glasses or contact lenses, Walmart Vision Center may be one retailer to consider. I found a huge selection of frame styles and colors on the website at competitive prices.




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On average, you can expect your glasses to take about a week to arrive whether you order frames online or prescription lenses in-store. Of course, the delivery time can vary greatly and may take up to three weeks for complex prescriptions.


For single-vision frames and lenses, I found that you can easily stay under $100 at Walmart Vision Center. You can shop for frames online; however, I recommend visiting the store to try on glasses, order prescription lenses and use any insurance benefits you have available.


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The website Walmart uses to sell their glasses and contacts is the same as its primary site, and it is limited in vision-center-specific features. It is not easy to navigate through options beyond selecting desired brands and your range of price points.


Overall, the design choices made on their website and the apparent inability to easily order prescription eyeglasses online make it appear that Walmart has mostly designed its vision centers with physical customers in mind.


Walmart offers free shipping on contact and glasses orders, including to U.S. territories. Shipping time is estimated at 5 to 7 days for contacts. There is no information directly on their website about glasses shipping times, but multiple sources online claim it is comparable to contacts.


Walmart allows contacts and frames to be purchased online. It seems there is no fast way to order prescription eyeglasses. They require that you visit a physical location or speak with a representative over the phone.


From its earliest days Walmart carried an off-the-rack selection of sunglasses and reading glasses, but later expanded into the prescription eyewear industry, offering a full range of vision products and services at their in-store Vision Centers.


Walmart Vision Centers offer eye exams, prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses, sunglasses, and a host of other eye-related products. Each Walmart Vision Center is staffed by independent licensed optometrists who perform eye exams on an appointment or walk-in basis. Vision Centers also stock a selection of several hundred frames for men, women, and children.


Walmart is replacing all of its anti-reflection equipment(remember, this is the first key differentiator for the optical business) withnewer machines so customers will experience even less glare. Surfacingmachinery and edgers are also being replaced to enhance quality and improvecapacity so the lab will be able to produce more glasses and serve morecustomers.


Came in after Thanksgiving because my daughter had messed up her glasses and they were falling off her face. Robert took the time to adjust them and would not accept a tip. They also have a more extensive selection of frames than any eye Dr's office I have been to.


This is my daughter's first time getting glasses. I have never seen her so excited for glasses. Even though she wanted them that day. April was very understanding and helped her understand that she had to make her prescription lenses for her glasses so she can see better. April was very kind and loving to my girl and my daughter also gave her a big hug when we were checking out. Thank you so much April for helping with my girl.


I took my brother to the Walmart Vision Center on Elmsley Street in Greensboro, NC to pick up his glasses. We entered where you come in and schedule for appointments and were told to go to the other area to get what we came for. The young lady was pleasant and walked us to the other part of the vision center to see about the glasses.


Upon entering, we walked over to their register and a gentleman asked if he could help us? As my brother tried to explain that he came either to get fitted for frames or to pick up his glasses. The gentleman said he do not have any information about it. So, my brother gave his name and his ID. The gentleman said again that he didn't have any information on it and that he is the manager and he said that he still didn't have any information on it. I asked him, "Well how can you tell if you have not looked it up in your system?" He stuck to what he was saying so I told him that we were directed to come over here.


When we got into the car, we thought about what had just happened, so we went in to where we first talked to someone. I told the young lady what happened with the manager how he never looked up for any information. She replied with, "How can he say that if he didn't look it up?" She sent us back around to the area where the manager was. This time a young lady sitting in the glass area, asked if she could help us? We told her the same thing that we told the manager and she said I remember you to my brother. He told her his name and she went and got his glasses. The manager was sitting there at his seat and would not even look at us or offer up an apology. He just sat turning red in the face.


The young lady had my brother to try on his glasses and adjusted them a little and explained to him about the one year warranty and his case for his glasses and we were on our way. We looked over to the manager and he still would not look at us. So, I said to my brother loud enough so the manager could hear me, that systemic racism is a problem in our country. So we left satisfied that someone helped us but, hurt because the one who is supposed to be the manager has no respect for some people. I told my brother that we are not going to make a scene but rather file a complaint or maybe file a discrimination lawsuit against Walmart Vision Center and the manager Ricky **. So, I will wait and hear from Walmart first.


I have bad vision and need to get high-index lenses. Because of which, I'm used to waiting two weeks to get glasses/sunglasses just to get them and have them be wrong, then, wait another 2 or 3 weeks to get the corrected lenses. The Wal-Mart Vision Center in Caldwell, ID did the impossible. After having a bad experience at Eyemart Express, I went to Wal-Mart Vision, ordered my sunglasses, and got them in less than a week - 100% correct. 10 days later after Eyemart Express couldn't get my regular glasses correct, I went back to the same Wal-Mart Vision and ordered glasses (still received the 35% off), a week later, they arrived and were also 100% correct. The same lady helped me out both times.


The staff at the Lynn, MA location are amazing! They are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. I have been buying glasses for my children there for a few years now. The staff always get me the best savings and have repaired more than one pair of glasses for free. The selection is good, they may not have all the designer glasses you find in other places, but the quality of the glasses I have purchased has been excellent. The Ophthalmologist is new this year and she was very patient with my children. I definitely recommend this Walmart Vision Center!


This optometrist is engaging in illegal practices. He is giving you an abridged version of your prescription, which prevents you from purchasing eyeglasses or contacts from anywhere but his office. When you call and ask for your PD measurement, which is needed for eyeglasses but is missing, the rude receptionist says that he doesn't provide that information... it's withheld for his use only. He does the same for your contact lens prescription. He doesn't provide your diameter measurement. This renders the illegally written prescriptions useless. Without these two measurements, you cannot purchase eyeglasses nor contacts. This is a violation of FTC regulations.


The FTC's Eyeglass Rule and Contact Lens Rule require optometrists to provide patients with their glasses prescription at the end of their eye exam. A contact lens prescription must be provided after the contact fitting is complete. The doctor cannot make you pay an extra fee, buy eyeglasses or contact lenses, or sign a waiver or form. Withholding vital information from a patient is illegal.


Finally, a woman came out from the back. She said - "Who are you?" She seemed unaware that any appointment was scheduled at that time. I told her I had an appointment at 3:30. She said, "You are late." I said, "If I was late, it was not more than 5 minutes." Now, this Walmart advertises - Walk ins Welcome!! She came back out and lied and said I was 10 minutes late. How would she even know? She did not see us arrive. She said they would not do contact lens exam, only exam for eyeglasses?? I left and told her I would formally complain as she was not telling the truth!


I ordered a pair of glasses, cost me over $500, didn't even have them a year and my lenses started to discolor, so they told me, "We don't sell them anymore." They did order me a new pair, picked them up on a Saturday, and the girl didn't even know how to adjust them. They just rush you away. Can't someone in the department take time with you and get your glasses sitting right on your face. I will never buy glasses there again.


While Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Part B) does not cover routine vision care, which includes eyeglasses and eye exams, many Medicare Advantage plans (Medicare Part C) offer vision coverage. A Medicare Advantage plan with vision coverage may cover routine eye exams at Walmart as well as prescription lenses and/or contacts. 041b061a72


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