You may know Ed from Mighty Subs in Needham, Massachusetts; he’s famous for cooking your Mighty Breakfast just the way you like it and grilling your favorite hot subs to perfection. But you may not know he’s now sporting a brand new pair of prescription eyeglasses from glassesinaday.com.
With his sharp looking glasses and specialty lenses there’s nothing to slow down this maverick on the flat top. He will be faster, sharper, and smarter–or at least he will look smarter. When you ask Ed where he got those great peepers, he will tell you he got them @glassesinaday.
So stop by Mighty Subs to check out Ed’s new specs and while you’re at it pick up breakfast (served until 10:55 AM), lunch (served all day), and fresh baked cookies, turnovers, and muffins while they last! Mighty Subs is open for takeout during the Covid-19 health crisis so call in your order to 781-444-9610 or stop by at 250 Highland Ave in Needham.
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Glasses in a Day is pleased to announce that we’ve launched international shipping! At this time, we’re shipping to a limited, but growing, list of countries.
All international orders ship via FedEx Priority International for one low fixed rate. Most international orders will still arrive the following day as long as the order is placed by 3:00 PM (EST). Exact delivery times depend on customs clearance in the destination country.
We’re now shipping to Canada, United Kingdom, and Ireland with more countries coming soon!
So wherever you are in the world, we at glassesinaday.com are please to be the fastest seller of prescription eyewear online!
As always, if you have any questions please feel free to email us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting all your eyewear needs!
Great news to report from Glasses in a Day!
We’ve set up a new phone number so that prospective and existing customers can send us text messages!
This is a great way to easily communicate with us right from your mobile device. Also, you can now send us your prescription via text. Simply snap a photo of your eyeglasses prescription with your mobile phone and text us the picture…it’s that easy!
Text us anytime at 781-429-7438, but be advised that message and date rates may apply. Please check with your wireless carrier for details.
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There’s really no bad time of the year to get a new pair of prescription eyeglasses. Whether you’re heading off to school in the fall, treating yourself to a Christmas gift, or celebrating a birthday; these are all great occasions for new eyewear.
Of course, whenever your eye doctor writes an updated eyeglasses prescription it’s usually wise to get it filled. But there are plenty of other reasons to update your eyewear, some folks like to keep a fresh look while others wear different eyeglasses for work, social, and family gatherings. And if you’re eyeglass lenses get scratched it’s always refreshing to have a fresh new set of lenses.
So whatever your reason, there’s never a wrong time to get a new pair of prescription eyeglasses. And with glassesinaday.com, you know your new specs will be made exact to your specifications and will arrive in no time! That’s what we strive for @glassesinaday.
When ordering a pair of glasses at glassesinaday.com, you may see an option to select your PD. This is nothing to be alarmed about, it’s simply the distance between your two pupils in millimeters.
Some optometrists and ophthalmologists write this on our prescription while others may leave it off. If it’s not listed on your prescription you can always contact your eye doctor, the last place who made eyeglasses for you, or you can even measure it yourself in the comfort of your own home.
Your PD, or pupillary distance, is typically a number between 55 and 68 but you may be out of that range slightly on either end. Sometimes it’s written as a single number, such as 65. You may also see it written as two numbers, for example 33/32, which represents a measurement for the right eye and left eye respectively.
If you don’t have your PD handy, you can always measure it yourself using our handy PD measuring tool. Simply click the link at the bottom of glassesinaday.com that reads “P.D. Ruler” to print out the ruler. Measuring is easy as 1-2-3. Of course, if you have any questions you can always email us at email@example.com.
Thank you for making glassesinaday.com your number one choice for quality prescription eyewear at an affordable price!