If you're in the market for new, prescription glasses, try EyeBuyDirect.
When you go on the website, you'll see different categories for men and women, some brands, and kid selections.
While browsing, upload a picture of yourself and virtually "try on" any pair you like to see how they'd look. You'll see prices range from under $10 to up to about $80. Some glasses have different color variations you can select as well.
After choosing the glasses you want, select the type of lenses for either distance, reading, multifocal or non-prescription (if you just want to have some fun glasses to wear once in a while). Next, enter in your prescription numbers and information. Then, choose the lens type by selecting clear, digital screen protection, sun or light adjusting. Lastly, choose advanced lens options or customize.
What you select will determine how expensive your price will be. We tinkered with glasses that has a base price of $15, and only had to pay about $23 total after adding the prescription lenses. Reviews indicate they are very durable.
Satisfied with your grand total? When you check out, you'll receive the glasses in a pouch-like case with a lens cloth and what looks like a screwdriver to keep your glasses tight. You can upgrade to a fancier case for an extra $3.50 to $5.00.
In case you were wondering, they offer sunglasses as well! Have fun shopping!