Our Prices and Offers

Quality, Service and a great deal? 

It has to be Redgate.

Call now on 01494 258690 to Book an Appointment.

Why Choose Redgate?

#1 Our Service

 

Your vision is the most precious sense you will ever have.

 

We offer you the opportunity to keep it as safe as possible.

 

A "Standard" Eye Examination that is Amazing.

 

 

Our Optometrists Ahmed and Rabbia both work in the Redgate High Wycombe practice and in local Hospitals. They have over 15 years of experience and unlike many practices, you can always see the same Optometrist if you want. 

 

Our Standard Eye Exam is FREE with NHS exemption or £30 without.

We also offer a range of Specialist Clinics

#2 Our Glasses Offers

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Lens and Glazing Prices

 

All frames are priced including single vision lenses.

 

Lens Types

Single Vision lenses £ included

Reglaze (put new  single vision lenses into your frame) £39

Bifocal £60

Standard Varifocal £79

Varifocal Better £129

Varifocal Best ( Essilor Varilux) £220

Varifocal Ultimate (Essilor x Series) £400

Occupational Lens (office Lens) £79

 

Lens Options

Scratch Resistant  £10

Scratch Resistant and Anti Glare £35

Scratch Resistant , Anti Glare, Hydrophobic, Anti Static, Non Bloom Coating £75

Scratch Resistant , Anti Glare, Hydrophobic, Anti Static, 2 year scratch warranty £75

 

Tints

Sunglasses tint (including UV) £25

Photochromic £50

Transitions Extra Active £95

 

Service

Fantastic, prompt service and aftercare £ included 🙂

 

 

Our NHS Offer

 

We are proud to provide NHS Services at Redgate.

To access an NHS Eye Examination you need to be in one of the following groups :

  • You’re aged under 16
  • you’re aged 16, 17 or 18 and are in full-time education
  • you’re aged 60 or over
  • you’re registered as partially sighted (sight impaired) or blind (severely sight impaired)
  • you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or glaucoma
  • you’re 40 or over and your mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter has been diagnosed with glaucoma
  • you’ve been advised by an eye doctor (ophthalmologist) that you’re at risk of glaucoma
  • you’re a prisoner on leave from prison
  • you’re eligible for an NHS complex lens voucher – your optometrist (optician) can advise you about your entitlement
  • receive Income Support
  • receive Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (not contribution-based)
  • receive Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • receive income-based Employment and Support Allowance
  • are awarded Universal Credit and meet the criteria on earnings limit
  • are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
  • you are named on a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)

People named on an NHS certificate for partial help with health costs (HC3) may also get help.

The NHS will also provide Glasses at no cost in the following cases :

  • You’re aged under 16
  • you’re aged 16, 17 or 18 and are in full-time education
  • you’re a prisoner on leave from prison
  • receive Income Support
  • receive Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (not contribution-based)
  • receive Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
  • receive income-based Employment and Support Allowance
  • are awarded Universal Credit and meet the criteria on earnings limit
  • are entitled to, or named on, a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
  • you are named on a valid NHS certificate for full help with health costs (HC2)

 

NHS-funded mobile eye tests

If you qualify for a free NHS sight test, you may be entitled to NHS-funded mobile services where the ophthalmic practitioner comes to visit you:

  • at home – if you’re unable to leave home unaccompanied because of physical or mental illness or disability
  • at a residential or care home – if you normally live there and you’re unable to leave the home unaccompanied because of physical or mental illness or disability
  • at a day centre – if you would have difficulty getting a sight test from an optometrist at their practice because of physical or mental illness or disability, or because you have difficulty communicating your health needs without help
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