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Here’s how you can get $300 glasses for just $100 at GlassesUSA

Your fave frames at a fair price.

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Published Dec 5, 2017   Updated May 22, 2021, 8:59 am CDT

Buying new frames at an eyeglass store can be a total drag. You end up throwing hundreds of dollars away on a new pair—even after insurance pitches in—and more if you want high quality. All to sit on them a few months later? No, thanks. GlassesUSA.com is looking to change all that by offering quality frames for just $100.

GlassesUSA offers the same high-quality materials and trendy designs for less than half the price—so what’s the catch? No catch. It’s all about the process. Here’s how GlassesUSA keeps its prices so low:

1) No middlemen.

Glasses go directly from GlassesUSA to you, removing any middlemen that jack up the costs. Without middlemen, they’re able to sell frames much cheaper without compromising quality. They are still able to offer over 3500 frames, including brand names like Ray-Ban, Oakley, Tom Ford and Versace.

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2) In-house optical labs.

GlassesUSA uses its own in-house optical labs, which means there are no additional unnecessary markup costs. Plus, by only selling online, there’s no limit to the number of products in stock.

3) No commission.

With no salespeople and no commissions, there’s no need to inflate prices to make up for them. GlassesUSA just keeps things simple, which helps keep the prices low.

This process is turning the eyewear industry upside down, and we suggest you take advantage. Shop GlassesUSA online and get your frames for a fair price, finally. Plus, GlassesUSA is currently offering Daily Dot readers a 50% off coupon code on your first frame.

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*First Published: Dec 5, 2017, 12:27 pm CST