Referral Program in Calgary

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Calgary Optometry Centre is committed to providing outstanding optometric services for everyone. We appreciate the time we get with our patients. As a token of our gratitude, we’re offering you the opportunity to save money on your next appointment whenever you refer a new patient to any of our locations!

*Some restrictions may apply. Please see in-store for details.

How Does It Work?

Our referral program is quite simple: for every new patient you refer to Calgary Optometry Centre, you will receive a $75 gift to any of our practices. Use the card to save big on your next appointment, on designer eyeglasses, or on your next supply of contact lenses!

How Do I Get My Card?

When you refer a patient, we will mail you the gift card to your home. You may use this card for whatever you wish at any Calgary Optometry Centre location.

Who Can I Refer?

Referrals can be for anyone you know! Many patients refer loved ones, like their spouses or children, when they book an appointment for themselves. Refer someone you know today!

Gift Card Terms & Conditions

The gift card is redeemable for services or merchandise at any Calgary Optometry Centre location.

Present the card at the time of purchase. It does not expire and is not subject to fees. The card is valid for a single transaction only and is not redeemable for cash at any time. If the card is lost, stolen, or damaged, it cannot be replaced. 

Merchandise returns made on the card will be returned in dollar value as a credit on the patient’s account or to another gift card.

Serving Calgarians at 3 locations

Calgary Downtown

  • Suite 110, 840 7 Avenue SW
  • Calgary, Alberta T2P 3G2

*All offices are closed at lunch

Lake Bonavista

  • #630, 12100 Macleod Trail SE
  • Calgary, Alberta T2J 7G9

*All offices are closed at lunch

Huntington Hills

  • 6530 4 Street NE
  • Calgary , Alberta T2K 6H2

*All offices are closed at lunch

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