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Try on 5 frames without leaving home

Pick your favorite styles to try out for 5 days. It’s easy and completely free—including return shipping!

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Two models trying on five non-prescription frames from the Home Try-On box

Try on 5 frames without leaving home

Pick your favorite styles to try out for 5 days. It’s easy and completely free—including return shipping!

Browse WomenBrowse Men
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Have an FSA or HSA?

Put those dollars toward prescription glasses, prescription sunglasses, contacts, and eye exams, especially if they expire on December 31.

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Add a pair and save

Get 15% off when you buy two (or more!) prescription pairs—and, as always, enjoy free shipping on every order.

Warby Parker

Winter 2022

Presenting new shapes from the bold to the bookish, in a palette of crystals, metals, and entrancing tortoises.

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Need a new prescription?

We offer two quick paths: Renew it from your iPhone or book an eye exam. (If you have vision benefits that expire on December 31, don’t forget to jump on it.)

Did you know?

We accept vision insurance!

Save an average of $100 by using your benefits, no matter which insurance provider you have. (This may vary by state or plan.)

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Eyeglasses

Starting at $95 with prescription lenses—plus, add blue-light-filtering, anti-fatigue, or progressive lenses to any pair.

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Sunglasses

Each pair comes equipped with scratch-resistant lenses that block 100% of UV rays.

Boxes of contact lenses from top brands–CooperVision, Scout, Acuvue, and Alcon

Contacts

Get 15% off your first order, and receive a $50 credit—good to use on any eyeglasses or sunglasses—when you buy an annual supply of lenses.

Buy a Pair, Give a Pair

For every pair purchased, a pair of glasses is distributed to someone in need. So far, that’s 10 million pairs and counting.

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