sears-optical-logoAs you begin to get your family ready for back-to-school, don’t forget to make an eye exam appointment! 80% of what children learn is from sight and undetected vision problems can lead to learning difficulties. Eye exams are important for adults too. Many vision-threatening eye problems such as glaucoma can be treated and prevented if discovered early enough.

August is National Eye Exam Month, founded by Sears Optical, to build awareness about the importance of eye health and annual eye exams. Getting the kids ready for school is every parent’s priority and Sears Optical wants to make it affordable. Now through September 11, Sears Optical customers can take advantage of special offers for the entire family. Adults and kids are able to receive two complete pairs of eyeglasses made with Ultralight lenses for $99.


With over 50 years in the eye care industry, Sears Optical is the expert in family eye care and the one-stop-shop for all your family’s vision care needs. To learn more and to schedule an appointment, find a store Sears Optical Store near you.

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One lucky Freebie Spot reader will win a $250 Sears Optical gift card. Yay! Just use the Giveaway Tools entry form below to enter to win. Good luck!

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80 Responses to Giveaway: $250 Sears Optical Gift Card *Ends 8/18*

  1. tristatecruisers says:

    no–but we need too–mainly me–my eyes are always bothering me and my glasses don’t seem to be strong enough anymore  :(

  2. KappaVelvit says:

    We do go yearly because I wear glasses and need it, and want to make sure that if they start having issues we catch it early!

  3. jholovack says:

    Yes definitely.  There was a time when we were going every 2 years, but I don’t feel like that is a good idea.

  4. Kellytnf5f8 says:


  5. debbie taylor says:

    yes, we go yearly.

  6. clulisa says:

    Not any more. Hope to again

  7. clulisa says:

    Not anymore.

  8. Monnie311 says:

    My  kiddos do because they have insurance but I personally do not.

  9. carawling says:

    yes i go for an exam for contacts and sometimes glasses, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

  10. rjs7777 says:

    Can a linky be digg or what?

  11. rjs7777 says:

    My kids are grown but we went to the doctor and had our regular check ups. I have an eye doctor that I am going to and have contacts and glasses. I found out I have a cataract in both eyes! So fun!! I need to see a doctor concerning this! 

  12. mugsymcg46 says:

    No, but I intend for our kids to go when they’re older.

  13. TaraLiebing says:

    My son goes annually but I don’t hav insurae so I go when an afford . It’ been a few years and mysight has got worse so I knowI need new glasses

  14. dlhaley says:

    My daughter does and we try.

  15. Sheila K says:

    We go every two years!

  16. flamingonana says:

    I havent gotten to get a vision checkup in a long time funds are just to tight it would be awesome to win this :)

  17. ThomasMurphy1 says:

    we go yearly.

  18. Jeanne Bates Tennant says:

    No,  I do not get annual exams but I know I should.
    Thank for having this wonderful giveaway. :)

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