Many of you already know that your flex-spending accounts can be used for eyeglasses. Depending on your plan, you may only have a couple of days left to use that money or forfeit it to the plan administrators.
You don't want that.
$39DollarGlasses is giving it's customers (and potential customers) an extra reason to "drain that account". Get yourself or loved one a new pair of specs from one of my favorites.
NOTE: The IRS has instituted a grace period of 2 1/2-months after a plan year ends in which you can submit receipts for FSA expenses. If your plan ends Dec 31, you have until March 15. If your plan-year ended on October 15th, HURRY UP!
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- At January 18, 2011 at 9:22 AM tikvah73 said...
Hi. I just wondered if you had noticed that several of the big companies are no longer making the harder prescriptions. My prescription is -10 and -10.5 and when I tried to order at Goggles4U and Eyebuydirect, neither of them have this high of prescription any more. I have ordered from both in the past and was wondering if I should expect to see more of this trend. I don't like it :). Thanks. Amy B
- At January 26, 2011 at 5:40 PM Rich said...
I tried 39dollarglasses.
Received my glasses and even before putting them on I could see that there was something VERY wrong with the left lens. Horribly deformed and distorted.
Upon putting them on, the left lens was completely unusable and the right lens was not right either (distorted once you move away from the center).
In short - complete crap.
Am currently attempting to get them to pay for shipping to return the glasses to them so they can do it right this time.
I will NEVER use them again.