Quick Answer: Can I Use My Insurance To Buy Glasses Online?

Instead of haggling with a store clerk for a pair of generic eyeglasses, take your prescription eyewear shopping online.

Some accept insurance, while all accept FSA and HSA dollars to help bring down the cost of your glasses.

Can I use my eye insurance online?

insurance. It’s easy to buy your contacts, use your vision benefits, and save money all while ordering online. All you need is your contact lens prescription and vision insurance information, we take care of the rest.

Can you buy glasses online with VSP insurance?

You can use your VSP vision insurance to buy glasses online at Eyeconic. Simply connect your vision benefits directly on our website—there’s no need to submit an out-of-network claim form for reimbursement.

Does Zenni Optical accept insurance?

While Zenni doesn’t work with insurance companies directly, you can submit a claim to your insurance provider yourself depending on your plan’s coverage. You can also use funds from your FSA to purchase glasses.

Should you buy prescription glasses online?

Buying glasses online has its advantages: You have a lot more frames to choose from than in your local optician’s office, they often cost less, and you can even try some on from the comfort of your couch. Even if you don’t have special prescription needs or fit problems, buying glasses online can still be risky.

How much are eye exams at LensCrafters?

The eye exam costs at LensCrafters for a basic exam are $60. But you might need a retinal scan or dilation for an extra $35. If you include a contact lens fitting, the eye exam costs will cost you $100. Of course, this can vary by location and for folks without vision insurance.

How do I get insurance with sunglasses?

Vision plans are not “insurance,” but an odd type of savings plan for a yearly eye exam and glasses. Once you are enrolled into a vision plan — either directly or through your employer — you are directed to an in-network doctor’s office to get your exam and buy glasses/contacts.