We offer a broad selection of eyeglass lenses with the latest in technology to meet your vision needs. Our experienced opticians will get you in the right lenses to improve your vision and protect your eyes.
Click below for our most popular eyeglass lenses and prices. You can always reference our lens brochure for our prices, as well.
Is your prescription single vision or multifocal? To find out, look at your prescription in My Prescriptions. Multifocal prescriptions will have values in the “ADD” boxes.
Single vision: Best if you only need either distance, intermediate, or near vision correction.
Standard, plastic single vision lenses: $49
Our Most Popular single vision package: $79
Multifocal: If you have a multifocal prescription with an add power, then you may benefit from the convenience of multifocal lenses. Multifocal lenses come in two main types: lined and no-line.
Standard Lined Plastic Bifocals/Trifocals lenses: $129
Bifocals correct only near and distance while trifocals add intermediate focus. Visible lines divide the different areas of focus.
No-line progressive lenses
Cosmetically appealing alternative to traditional bifocals or trifocals. We offer three designs.
Standard Plastic Progressive lenses: $129
This lens has good distance, intermediate, and near vision.
Premium Plastic Progressive lenses: $219
This lens has a wider field of vision at near and intermediate than the Standard Progressive.
Premium Plus Plastic Progressive lenses: $289
This lens is recommended for prescriptions higher than +/-4.00 D.
1 Add polycarbonate lenses ($79) and get anti-reflective coating at no charge for single vision lenses only (not including CR-39 or glass lenses). For sunglass lens, tints included are green, gray, and brown (custom tints excluded).
Standard – Plastic (CR-39)
Thin and light – Polycarbonate: +$30
Thinner and lighter – High-Index 1.67: +$90
1 Trivex available for +$60.
2 Even thinner material available.
Anti-reflective1: +$50. It helps reduce reflections and glare for clearer, more comfortable vision and safer nighttime driving. Learn more about our anti-reflective treatment.
Photochromic: +$80. It adapts to light conditions. Lenses are clear indoors and quickly darken in sunlight.
1Included in single vision at no charge on all lens materials except standard plastic (CR-39) and glass.
Add a sunglass tint to the price of any lens for $25.1
Or, upgrade to polycarbonate lenses for $30, and the three sunglass tints below will be included.2
Complete pairs of prescription single vision sunglasses start at $99.3
Complete pairs of prescription progressive sunglasses start at $179.4
Add a polarized sun tint to your lenses for $80
Polarized sunglasses offer the ultimate in vision and comfort in the sun, we recommend polarized lenses. With built-in UV protection, polarized lenses will also help reduce glare from flat surfaces such as roads, water, and snow.
1$30 is added on to the price of your lenses and includes non-polarized lenses.
2Sunglass tints are included with a polycarbonate upgrade for single vision and progressive lenses only. Tints are not included for polycarbonate lined bifocals and trifocals
3Choose from our $20 frames, add polycarbonate lenses ($30) to your single vision eyewear ($49) for a total of $99. Get anti-reflective coating at no charge for single vision lenses only (not including CR-39 or glass lenses). Then choose green, gray, or brown sunglass lens tint at no charge (custom tints excluded).
4Choose from our $20 frames and add standard, plastic multifocal lenses at $129 (for a total cost of $149). Then choose green, gray, or brown sunglass lens tint for $30 for a total of $179 (custom tints excluded).
With a larger intermediate area, you no longer need to tilt your head back to see your screen.
Computer lenses: $99.1
1Plastic (CR-39) computer lenses are $99. You can upgrade to thinner, lighter materials.