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FreePS20Tesco gift card with My Lens Plan & Alcon

Free £20 Tesco Gift Card with My Lens Plan & Alcon
Tesco Opticians
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£20 off your next shop
FREE £20 Tesco Gift Card with My Lens Plan & Alcon ®
Offer available from Monday 11th July to Sunday 21st August
For a limited time only you can receive a FREE £20 Tesco gift card when you sign up and buy Alcon ® DAILIES TOTAL1 ® , DAILIES ® AquaComfort Plus ®
or AIR OPTIX ® contact lenses* with our direct debit scheme, My Lens Plan.

We've teamed up with Alcon ® , the supplier of DAILIES TOTAL1 ® ,
DAILIES ® AquaComfort Plus ® and AIR OPTIX ® contact lenses to make our convenient, money-saving direct debit scheme My Lens Plan even more irresistible!
My Lens Plan | My contact lenses, My way
My Lens Plan is a direct debit scheme that helps you spread the cost of your contact lenses with monthly payments.
Convenient and hassle-free, My Lens Plan's free home delivery service will keep you well-stocked, making mornings without fresh contact lenses a thing of the past.
  • You choose your plan and control the payments you make
  • Should your prescription change, we will swap up to 3 months' unwanted contact lenses
  • You can create or amend your lens plan by phone, online, or at any Tesco Opticians store

In order to receive the gift card, you have to sign up to My Lens Plan, place initial order for 3 months' supply in-store or on-line. The £20 gift card will be packed with the contact lenses in your first order from Tesco Opticians.

Minimum order to qualify for promotion: 2 boxes of DAILIES ® AquaComfort Plus ® , 2 boxes of DAILIES TOTAL1 ® or 2 boxes of AIR OPTIX ® .

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