Delta and Warby Parker Partner to Provide Eclipse Glasses Ahead of April 8th

by Anthony Losanno
Solar Eclipse Delta Warby Parker

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Delta Air Lines has scheduled several special flights in the path of the historic solar eclipse that is occurring on April 8th. Additionally, the Atlanta-based carrier has partnered with Warby Parker to distribute special eclipse glasses in select Delta Sky Clubs® and Warby Parker stores.

On April 8th, when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, the sun will be blocked for a short period of time. This event will be visible to more than 31 million Americans in Texas, the Midwest, and parts of the East Coast. This is the last of its kind eclipse in the contiguous US until 2044.

Delta Warby Parker

ISO-certified solar eclipse glasses are available starting this week, while supplies last. Eclipse glasses are available at all Warby Parker stores and will also be offered to Delta travelers visiting select Delta Sky Clubs® (Club membership or valid access credentials are required). These include: Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, and Indianapolis.

Warby Parker is also offering a one-time discount on all other eyewear. Use the code WARBYLOVESSKYMILES for 10% off your next purchase of eyeglasses or sunglasses at Warby Parker. This offer ends May 31st.

Anthony’s Take: I wish that I could be on one of the flights to check out the solar eclipse. If you pop into a Sky Club® or a Warby Parker store, get your free glasses.

(Image Credits: Warby Parker and Delta Air Lines.)

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1 comment

derek April 3, 2024 - 1:20 pm

I wouldn’t trust a lifetime of future use of my eyes to that cheap plastic. You don’t have to look at the sun during a total eclipse. Just notice how dark it gets. OK, if you want a millisecond glance, maybe wear those but don’t look for a long time.


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