Pick up a New Pair of Polarized Oakley Sunglasses for Just $50

Use the coupon code FNG10 and get $10 off a pair of Oakley polarized sunglasses through March 5th.

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Grab a pair of Oakley sunglasses for just $49.99 from Fashion Group via Rakuten now through March 5th.

You’ll have your pick between two styles of Oakley polarized sunglasses (Valve and Holbrook). Both are priced at $59.99 on Rakuten normally, and they’re eligible for a $10 discount with the promo code FNG10.

Shipping is free, but you must create a Rakuten account (also free) to apply the promo code at checkout.

Buy the Oakley Holbrooks

Buy the Oakley Valves

Oakleys are generally regarded as high-quality sunglasses and can be quite expensive, with pairs from the Holbrook and Valve lines costing anywhere from $140 to $200.

Rakuten is offering them for $59.99 before the coupon, which is a solid discount as is. The extra $10 off and free shipping make this deal a no brainer.

If you’re on the fence about picking up a name brand pair of sunglasses, Slickdealer aces25 summed up their opinion on the matter very succinctly:

Overall quality typically will be better, but yes, you will be paying the name brand premium. In general, I’ve found Oakley or other name brand sunglasses have essentially no image distortion and wear comfortably all day. I can’t say the same for the $10 pair from Target.

Don’t forget to set a Deal Alert with us so you can avoid paying full price on new sunglasses!

Special thanks to Slickdealer dealseeker7 for posting the original deal thread.

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Any product or service prices/offers that appear in this article are accurate at time of publish, and are subject to change without notice. Please verify the actual selling price and offer details on the merchant's site before making a purchase.

Eric Vega

Eric Vega is a Puerto Rican writer and filmmaker working out of Burbank, California. He has covered a plethora of topics in his writing including the looming threat of invasive species, the true spirit of the Juggalos, and why space travel will always be a carnival of nightmares.

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