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What do your eyes say about you?

Eye exams are an important part of overall healthcare for your entire family, from children to grandparents, and everyone in between. 

  • 80% of what we learn is through our eyes.
  • Studies show that 60% of students identified with learning disabilities have undetected vision troubles.
  • Even if you’ve had laser vision surgery or have naturally good eye sight you still need an annual eye exam.
  • As we age we’re more susceptible to cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration.  Detecting these conditions early can help keep your eyes healthy.

From the leader in vision care

✓The #1 vision plan among customers
✓#1 doctor rated vision insurance provider
✓The only national not-for-profit vision insurance company
✓The largest doctor network means locations close to you

CLICK To Learn More and enroll

women wearing glasses thinking croppedHere’s what you can expect with your individual vision plan:

Lowest Out-of-pocket Cost
As a VSP member, you’ll enjoy typical savings of over $200 a year on your eye exam and prescription glasses.

Convenient Locations
VSP has the largest network of private practice doctors in the industry so you’re sure to find a doctor close to you.

Wide Selection of Frames
With the largest choice in frames, you’re sure to find the pair that’s right for you and your budget.

Satisfaction Guarantee:
VSP has great customer service, which is why they’re consumers’ #1 choice in vision care.1 If you’re not 100% happy with VSP, they’ll make it right.

Depending on your needs, you’ll be able to choose from two excellent plans. When you enroll, your coverage will include:

  • Eye exam—fully covered after a $15 copay.
  • Prescription glasses—after a $25 copay, fully covered up to your allowance amount (varies by plan and state).
  • Contacts (instead of glasses)—you can choose to use your allowance toward the purchase of contact lenses.
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