Over the phone, Costo Optical quotes $49 for an eye exam. When you get there you learn that it's an additional $18 for dilation. Walmart Optical charges $58 for an exam, dilation included. So, Walmart is cheaper and there's no upsell. I'll go to Walmart next time.
Posted: 9/05/2013 • Link to this review
Were booked when I needed but was put on a waiting list to see if anyone cancelled sooner. They did and I went in right away. Great job and pleasant staff. I would recommend. Much better than my last optometrist.
Posted: 7/26/2012 • Link to this review
my exam was nothing out of the ordinary, most eye exams aren't. At the final eye slide, I told the doctor I felt my right eye needed a higher prescription because it was still a little blurry. He didn't want to give the higher and said "let's wait to see how your eyes adjust"... here we are 8 months later and that same right eye has gotten worse and that stronger prescription is needed. I called to ask for the doctor to write me another prescription for that right eye and was told that even though my exam was less than a full 12 months old, because 3 months had past, I have to pay for a full exam all over again.... most other places wouldn't make you pay for another exam especially it were the doctors error. There is usually a sitting fee involved. Anyhow... you get what you pay for I guess.
Posted: 5/03/2010 • Link to this review