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Our Price Match Guarantee
Our Superior Services
Eyeglasses.com is different from all other online eyewear companies, because we provide a
higher level of service. This includes a Perfect Lenses Guarantee, 30-day full refund on frames
and sunglasses, and support through phone, email, and live chat. These services are expensive,
and they are not provided by other online suppliers, so we offer a limited price matching
service. Follow this link to see our complete return policy.
What We Price Match
Eyeglass frames and sunglasses - in the same model and color and size. Items that are price
matched have a different return policy:
They may be returned with a 20% restock fee.
How To Price Match
We do not price match over the telephone or in store. To take advantage of our price match
service, first place your frames in the shopping cart. In the comments box, add the web address
(URL) of the page with the currently advertised lower price. Checkout by selecting the "Credit
Card On File" option. We will then contact you if the order qualifies for price matching.
What We Do Not Price Match
We do not price match any custom lens service, custom work of any kind, sunglass clips, or
Additional Policy Rules and Restrictions
Items that are price matched do have the manufacturers warrantee, which is usually 1-2 years.
Price matching cannot be combined with any other offers.
Only applies to the designated competitors' advertised retail price: their additional rebates or promotions are not eligible.
Does not apply to other retailers' falsely advertised prices.
Price matching is completely at our sole discretion. We may to decide not to price match at any time for any reason.
The internet is filled with unauthorized dealers of branded eyewear, and also dealers of copied or illegitimate products, especially on Amazon and Ebay.
As a result, we will only price match against
authorized retailers of branded product.
Calvin Klein was born in 1942 in the Bronx, New York, the child of immigrant parents from Hungary and Austria. He attended, but never graduated from, the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. His real education came from his apprenticeship at the garmento company Dan Millstein, where he worked his way up to designer. He founded the company after his name in 1968 as a coat shop in the York Hotel, and his first line was featured at Bonwit Teller, which earned him a cover shot on the September 1969 cover of Vogue Magazine. He continued earning his success in the following decades, and the growth of his company grew exponentially as he added different accessories to the line. But the rapid growth was followed by financial loss, and in 1992 the company almost went bankrupt. He escaped and grew the company through the 1990’s due mainly to the success of the underwear and fragrances. During this time, John Varvatos worked for Calvin Klein and invented the “boxer brief”, which were later popularized by Mark Wahlberg in a series of print advertising. The underwear success served to launch the company into more growth, which then led to more buy out rumours, and the company was finally sold to Phillips van Heusen in late-2002.