People who wear prescription glasses: do your glasses have anti-reflective coating and do you think it's worth the extra cost?
i am a contact lens wearer, however, i have to wear glasses at home, when my contacts are out, because my sight is so bad. today i ordered some spare eyeglasses at Costco and the optical staff really tried to talk me into getting the anti-reflective coating. I told them i really don’t wear my glasses out, i just wear them at home until i put in my contacts. my glasses are pretty thick because i’m blind as a bat but it doesn’t matter, since i never wear the glasses anyway. however, since the staff were working so hard to convince me that not having the anti-reflective coating would be a terrible mistake, making the glasses so hideous i could not wear them outside if i had to, i am wondering if it’s really worth the additional cost to have the anti-reflective put on. do you have anti-reflective coating on your glasses and if so, is it worth it?