Our Store Safety Plan
At Boscov’s Optical, our top priority is the health and safety of our customers and associates. As we begin the gradual reopening process, here are some of the precautions we are taking.
Associates are regularly screened for signs associated with COVID-19, and have been asked to stay home if they exhibit symptoms or suspect exposure to someone who has. We kindly request that you follow the same self-screening process before visiting our store.
We strive to maintain a distance of at least six feet whenever possible, and from time to time we may limit store capacity to comply with these guidelines. Please help us uphold this standard by limiting the number of people in your party to those who are in immediate need of our services.
All associates are required to wear masks at all times. We encourage you to wear a face covering during your visit, and may require one during certain parts of the exam or measurement process, or as state/local guidelines dictate.
We wash our hands regularly, and have hand sanitizer available for customer use in all stores.
Equipment and Surface Cleaning
All equipment and surfaces are regularly cleaned between customer interactions.
Frame Selection Safety
All frames are thoroughly disinfected after each customer touchpoint. We ask that you help us maintain this safety standard by only handling frames that you would like to try on.
frequently asked questions
In general, as Boscov’s locations reopen, our optical department typically follows closely behind by about a week (although it may vary a bit due to state regulations and the close-contact nature of our optical business). Click here for a list of stores that are currently open. More stores are added weekly.
If your store is listed here and you have not yet been contacted, please call your local optical store to verify hours and request a status update. If your store is not yet listed, please know that we are actively working to reopen the remaining locations as quickly as possible. As our associates return to each optical location, their top priority is taking care of customers who have been patiently waiting to receive their eyewear. They will immediately begin the process of inspecting open orders and calling to arrange for pickup.
Doctors have returned to some of our locations, but others are not yet seeing patients. It is best to call your local store to verify doctor hours and exam availability.
Our associates are happy to assist with contact lens reorders, as long as your prescription is still valid. If your Rx has expired, please call your local store to arrange for an exam. (Please note, you may also use an outside prescription from another provider to place contact lens orders. Simply bring it to the store with you when you visit.)