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Here are some insights about vision benefits, from how many people don’t know what their flex spending dollars cover, to the smart ways to use them at LensCrafters. We hope you’re inspired to use your vision benefits today, ensuring a year’s worth of great sight.
Find out early in the year what your flex spending dollars and vision insurance plan cover, so you can get the most out of these savings.
Our associates will help you discover your perfect pair, answer your questions, and have you seeing your best.
Browse a list of our accepted insurance plans and flexible spending details below. Then stop into LensCrafters for smart, stylish ways to get more from your vision benefits.
Sources: 2010 WageWorks: Save Smart, Spend Healthy, 2011 Consumer Perceptions of Managed Vision Care, 2008 Hewitt Associates, 2012 Society of Human Resources Management
At LensCrafters, your vision benefits can be used for more than an annual eye exam* and prescription eyeglasses. Vision insurance and FSA dollars also cover sunglasses made with your prescription, and contact lenses - everything you need to see and look your best, all year long.
We accept most major plans. To see exactly what your vision insurance plan or FSA covers, visit your provider's website or speak with a LensCrafters associate.
If you participate in a flexible spending account (FSA), you may be able to use those dollars at LensCrafters to save on a new pair of eyeglasses, contact lenses, sunglasses made with your prescription or an eye exam*. Check your FSA plan for details.
We may still accept it. We also offer a 25% discount to your plan's out-of-network benefits. Contact a LensCrafters store near you for more details.
Even if you don't have insurance, you can save with our everyday offers, like 30% off eyeglasses and sunglasses made with your prescription.
Flexible Spending Accounts
A flexible spending account (FSA) is offered by employers as a way for you to set aside earnings, pre-payroll taxes, for qualified expenses. Most often these expenses are medical-related, but they can also be for things like dependent care.
An FSA can be beneficial for families, or for individuals who know they will incur large medical bills in the coming year, which won't be covered by their insurance provider. At the beginning of the year, you decide how much you'll want to set aside. That amount will be deducted from your paychecks across the year, in appropriate increments.
One of the benefits to an FSA is that you can use that money - even the full amount you'll have set aside in December - almost immediately. One of the biggest downsides to an FSA is that the money left at the end of the year does not roll over to next year, and you cannot get it back. For this reason, it's important to plan your doctor, dental, and vision appointments accordingly, and to know just how far your flex dollars will go.
At LensCrafters, your FSA dollars cover a wide range of things you might not associate with medical costs, such as prescription sunglasses, contacts, and accessories.
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