A vision plan will help you take care of your eyes and save you money at the same time. But vision insurance is more than that. Taking good care of your vision is important to your overall health. During your eye exam, the doctor can detect early signs of serious general health conditions so you can manage them before they become more difficult problems. This can include things like diabetes and high blood pressure.
Your vision plan should cover an annual comprehensive eye exam, frames or contacts, and lens enhancements. Other things to consider are how often you want new glasses and your overall frame allowance. Some plans may highlight low rates, but provide an overall low frame allowance, or don’t provide a lot of savings on lens enhancements (where costs can really add up). Plus, you’ll want to make sure the doctor network includes convenient locations. Read the plan details to ensure you’re getting the right plan for your needs.
Most Medicare plans don’t offer comprehensive routine vision care. VSP Individual Vision Plans provide comprehensive coverage for eye exams, glasses and lens enhancements, or contacts.
VSP has the nation’s largest network of independent doctors so you’re sure to find a provider nearby.
Most vision plans provide access to preventative eye exams and corrective eyewear. Your regular health insurance plan may cover health costs if you injure your eyes in an accident or have a health condition that affects your vision.
VSP members can get an Extra $40* to spend on Frames from Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Jeans, Cole Hann, Marchon NYC, and Pure.
*Available only to VSP members with applicable plan benefits. Offers are only available through VSP Network Doctors and In-Network locations. Offer ends 9/30/2020.