AA Members are entitled to a free eye test at Specsavers once every two years valued at $60.
All Specsavers stores are now open (excluding Auckland stores).
Please visit their updates page for further information.
If you have an appointment booked during the lockdown period, it will automatically be cancelled and a member of the store team will contact you to reschedule it for when they re-open.
If you have glasses, contact lenses or hearing aids ready to collect, you’ll be able to come in and collect them when they re-open. Unfortunately they’re not able to get orders out to customers during the lockdown period. They apologise for any inconvenience this may cause our Members.
If you require urgent eye or hearing care or advice while their stores are closed, please contact your local GP.
Your eye test at Specsavers
A Specsavers comprehensive eye test includes a non-invasive OCT advanced 3D eye scan which can help Specsavers qualified optometrists to see the granular structures of the eye to detect signs of potential eye health conditions earlier than ever before. As most eye conditions don’t have visible symptoms until they are fairly advanced, ensuring you have a regular eye test can enable your Specsavers optometrist to keep track of any changes to your eye health over time. Performed by a qualified optometrist and taking around 30 minutes, an eye test at Specsavers:
Finds out about you and your vision needs
Analyses your current eyewear (if worn)
Measures your vision and how your eyes focus
Checks that your eyes are healthy, inside and out, and checks for diseases such as cataract and glaucoma
If necessary, determines the prescription that gives you the clearest, most comfortable vision possible
Reviews the examinations findings with you
Makes recommendations tailored to your personal needs
Book your free eye test at your nearest Specsavers store. Remember to present your AA Membership card on arrival.