What to Know
The vision plan, administered by VSP, helps to keep your vision crystal clear by covering annual exams and lenses (with a small copayment for each). Plus, it covers a portion of the cost of contact lenses and frames.
How the Plan Works
The plan gives you access to a large network of VSP eye care professionals. You can also see out-of-network providers, but you’ll generally pay less when you see one in the VSP network. And if you have diabetic eye disease, glaucoma or age-related macular degeneration, you can receive additional care [PDF].
What You Pay for Care
• Single-vision, lined bifocal and trifocal lenses
• Polycarbonate lenses for covered children
• Tints and photochromics
• Standard progressive lenses
• Premium progressive lenses: $80–$90
• Custom progressive lenses $120–$160
Discount of 35%–40% on other lens enhancements
Fitting & evaluation: Up to $60 copayment
Lenses: Any amount over the $130 allowance
Lined bifocal: Any amount over the $75 allowance
Lined trifocal: Any amount over the $100 allowance
Progressive lenses: Any amount over the $75 allowance
Tints: Any amount over the $5 allowance
You won’t need to bring an ID card to your appointment. Just give your vision care provider your name, date of birth and Social Security number. If you’re a dependent, provide these details for the primary enrollee.