Seven money-saving tips to get new sunglasses for summer without breaking the bank

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PICKING up a stylish pair of sunglasses doesn’t have to burn a hole in your pocket.

By making the most of cut-price deals or refurbing your old pairs you can keep costs down.

GettyPicking up a stylish pair of sunglasses doesn’t have to burn a hole in your pocket[/caption]

Just remember to compromise on price, not UV protection when shopping . . . 

THE RECYCLE PATH: Have an old pair of sunglasses that are slightly damaged?

Instead of buying new ones, consider repairing them.

Replacement lenses, screws, and nose pads are inexpensive and can extend the life of your favourite ones.

ADD ACCESSORIES: Heading to a festival?

Get creative and upcycle your old sunglasses with face gems and glitter.

You can also make your own sunnies chain.

Find sunglasses chain connectors on for £2.59, then thread crafting beads on some string or an old shoelace, tie through the connector loops, and attach them to your sunnies.

DEAL ME IN: At Specsavers, you can get a free pair of sunglasses when buying prescription glasses over £70.

At, you can get 20 per cent off sunglasses frames using the code SUNNIES20.

BARGAIN BASEMENT: Look for non-branded sunglasses with UV protection and style without the hefty price tag.

Poundland Ray-Ban dupes are £2, and Primark aviator glasses go for £1.

SHOP THE OUTLETS: has an outlet store where you can get 50 per cent off a range of styles. and have limited-time flash sales for designer pairs. Sign up for their newsletters for extra discounts.

ON THE MONEY: Be sure to get cashback on shades.

Earn up to 15 per cent back at Ray-Ban or when you shop via

SECOND THOUGHTS: Charity shops and resale platforms such as eBay, Depop and Thrift Plus sell used sunglasses at great prices.

Check charity shops for glasses, but always inspect them for damage or wear

All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

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Top swap

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DESSERT is sorted at Asda.

Little Moons Mochi ice creams are on offer, down from £5 to £3.75 per pack.

SAVE: £1.25

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