www.Lenscrafters.com/survey - Enter LensCrafters Survey & Win a $500 Gift Card

Posted in: Apparel & Accessories By on August 2, 2013

Did you receive a LensCrafters survey invitation? If yes, just go online the website www.Lenscrafters.com/survey and follow the instructions to participate in the survey for your chance to win a $500 LensCrafters Gift Certificate for your next time purchase.

How to enter & win:

To start, you should make sure you have the survey invitation at hand. Then open the survey site in your web browser. You’ll be asked to provide the store number, receipt number and date of purchase to enter the survey process.

Answer the survey questions regarding your shopping experience and the eyeglasses you purchased.

At the end of the survey, you will be entered into the sweepstakes for an opportunity to win a $500 LensCrafters Gift Certificate.

Click here to enter the survey now!

The survey will take you about 10 minutes. You must be 18 years or older to enter it.

For Canadian customers, please visit www.lenscrafters.ca/survey to enter the survey.

My Review of LensCrafters:

LensCrafters is a chain of eyeglasses retail stores, which offers renowned fashion & luxury products and comprehensive eye care services, such as eye exam, eye health testing, and more. If you want to buy a pair of glasses suit for you, LensCrafters is one of the best choices.

You can take following LensCrafters coupons and in-store offers to save your money.

30% off LensCrafters coupon - 30% off  eyeglasses and sunglasses. Valid on multiple pairs. Both frame and lenses purchase required.

Buy 2 Get 1 Accessories - Buy two accessories at tag price and get a third accessory of equal or lesser value free.

1/2 off kids eyeglasses - No coupon required. This  promotion applies only to the purchase of both a frame and FeatherWates® Plus, Complete, Invisibles, Polarized, Reactint or Transitions lenses for children age 12 and under.

AAA & AARP Members Get 30% off Eyeglasses and Sunglasses - Valid on multiple pairs. Frame and lenses purchase with valid prescription required.

More LensCrafters coupons and offers, visit their promotion center often.

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34 comments on “www.Lenscrafters.com/survey - Enter LensCrafters Survey & Win a $500 Gift Card

  1. Linda Olson

    Store #5618 I always have a problem with fitting my glasses because of a very narrow nose bridge. they are either to tight or fall down. I was fitted by Diandra and I must say “she was great’. she took extra time and fitted my glasses perfectly. Thank you!

  2. Phil Gross

    Waas very pleased with the cost of new frames and lens. Also the clerks were quite friendly and very informative and helpful.

  3. Jozef Jakiewicz

    Jozef Jaskiewicz march 17 2014.Ricipt #709676482 Store # 5381 Date of purchase 2-25 -2014. My sale’s ass was Joy Favale.She was very nice helpful and profeshional.She did good job.Every body in the store are very nice and helpul.

  4. Gary A. Ferree

    I actually wished to provide meaningful feedback to Lenscrafters, but when I searched for their survey all I seemed to get were survey come-ons to get information so they could send me advertisements. I do not appreciate this scammy approach.
    I do have feedback about my visits to Lenscrafters and my experience-if anyone is truly interested.
    To track my visits my receipt number is 729175920; the store number is 0106, and the date of my purchase was 07/14/14. My first visit I was waited on by Sandy, although I did not find out her name until I came to pick up my order. Neither employee that waited on me identified themselves, nor were wearing name tags. I presented my prescription to Sandy on my first visit and specifically asked her about Crizal, that I had seen advertised on TV. She said that she had never heard of it! I found this difficult to believe, but further conversation got me nowhere. However, she did suggest high definition lenses, understanding that I wanted lenses that would give me the sharpest images. At no time did she identify the name of the lenses she was directing me toward. Having lost hope of obtaining Crizal, her suggestion seemed like the only alternative that would provide me with what I desired. When I asked if she did not have any written information, pamphlets, etc describing the HD lenses, she said she didn’t. However, she assured me that when I picked the frames and lenses up that they would come with a full description.
    When I returned a week later to pick up my glasses, Sandy was occupied with another customer. I was directed to a different employee who was working behind the counter. She took my name, found my order, and adjusted my glasses. But when I did not see any information included in the bag given to me, I again asked about Crizal. This employee said that she had worked at Lenscrafters for several years and had never heard of it. I directly asked her if there wasn’t some explanation or descriptive material included so I would know exactly what I was receiving. She asked me to wait a second because she had removed something from the bag before she had presented it to me. She came back with Varilux Certificate of Authenticity which she had to fish out of the trash where she had thrown it. When I got home I went to the Varilux website where was a great deal of information, including the fact that these lenses could be gotten with Crizal. Since there are three types of Varilux lenses, I have no idea which ones I have. Also, I have no idea if I actually have Crizal included in these lenses or not. Since I was given little to no relevant information by your employees, I have spent almost one thousand dollars on frames and lenses, but do not really know what I have purchased and am wearing. Sandy stressed that I would have thirty days to return them if I was not satisfied. Frankly, I do not know how I can be completely satisfied when I don’t know what I have paid for. Is this type of “blind” purchase how all Lenscrafter customers are expected to purchase your services?
    I find my treatment incomprehensible.
    By the way, I do like my frames and lenses-whatever they may be-but I am most uncomfortable having spent such a large sum and not knowing what I have purchased.
    Respectfully,
    Gary A. Ferree

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