Offers & Discounts
Latest Offers & Discounts
- Stylish Glasses And Eyewear At Affordable Prices
JCPenney Optical is your one-stop shop for all your family’s eyewear needs. Whether you need an eye exam, sunglasses, contact lenses, or a great set of frames, we’ve got you covered every step of the way.
You’ll find a wide selection of fashionable designer and trusted brand name frames, prescription lenses, sunglasses, and contact lenses all at low prices, plus offers & discounts.
- Need An Eye Exam?
Schedule an exam with one of our independent state licensed Doctors of Optometry (eye doctors). Specializing in vision care for all ages, we can take care of the entire family in one location. Plus, we accept thousands of vision care plans.
With great discounts & offers, and our store locator, you can’t go wrong. JCPenney Optical has locations nationwide, and we’re ready help you in every aspect of your vision care.
How Eyeglasses Work
- JCPenney Optical Centers offer you a wide range of products designed to suit your vision needs and lifestyle. Our stores carry the latest designer and brand name fashion frames, the latest in Lens and Transitions Technology, and a great assortment of popular non prescription sunglasses and fashion frames for prescription sunglasses.. All of our stores carry a great line of eyewear accessories that will fit your every need – including Gift Giving Ideas! We also offer you the most popular contact lenses by the leading contact lens manufacturers.
- When determining which eyewear product is going to be best for you, it’s important to identify what your Visual Needs are and what Type of Lenses that you are looking for first.
How Contact Lenses Work
- The Contact Lens manufacturers are constantly working to engineer and improve upon the current contact lens design and technology. Advances in lens design, materials and manufacturing methods are allowing more and more people to comfortably enjoy the benefits of wearing contact lenses. Previously, customers requiring correction for astigmatism (a condition whereby the light entering the eye is broken into two separate focal lengths which the eye can’t bring into focus, causing blurred vision) were unable to get the prescription correction that they needed. Now, technological advances in Toric Contact Lenses allow most astigmatic people to wear contact lenses. Contact Lenses (even cosmetic contact lenses) are considered a prescription device and necessitate a current contact lens prescription from an eye doctor. We recommend that you contact your nearest JCPenney Optical Center and make an appointment with an independent Doctor of Optometry* to find out which Contact Lens is the lens for YOU and your needs.