JCPenney Optical is proud to offer a variety of contact lenses both online and in-store for purchase. JCPenney Optical offers options in Monovision lenses, Bi-focal lenses, Tri-focal lenses and much more. Contacts are offered at everyday LOW prices with a price match guarantee including brands such as Acuvue®, Air Optix, Biofinity and more. Click here to learn more about our contact lens offerings.
The American Optometric Association recommends that everyone have their eyes examined every two years, moving to an annual basis as one ages or an on-going vision problem is detected. During an exam, tests are performed to check color blindness, eye alignment, eye movement and depth perception. Maintain your healthy eyes – our eye care professionals are here to help! Find a store near you to schedule your eye exam.
At JCPenney Optical, we want your eyeglasses to fit your lifestyle and fashion needs. With designer frames and lens technology such as blue light filter, HD lenses and more – we are ready to provide you with your favorite pair of glasses yet! So, what kind of eyeglasses would fit you best? Click here to find out!
We get it. Eye exams can be overwhelming and choosing a pair of eyeglasses can be a big decision. We are here to help! We’ve created a list of our most asked questions to help you feel more comfortable attending your exam or picking out your next pair. Click here to learn more.
Our eyecare professionals have been trained to be your personal eyewear fashion consultants – when you visit us, we recommend utilizing our team members to help you select your favorite frames. However, it is important that you pick a frame that is just right for you and your lifestyle. Before your exam, take a look at some of these tips that can help make selecting a frame easy!
Mature adult eyes are very different from children’s eyes and should be treated differently. As adults enter their forties, their eyes harden and they may notice some changes. It’s important to stay on top of eye health and these changes. Children’s eyes take time to fully develop – learn more about these stages of development here.