Vision

Get clarity

With the VSP plan, you save money on eye exams, eyeglasses, lenses, contact lenses, and more. If you choose not to enroll in this coverage, consider setting aside money in the Health Care FSA to cover vision expenses you might have during the year.

Most providers accept VSP, but it's smart to double check on the VSP website to find an in-network doctor. VSP does not provide ID cards, so your provider will look you up by your SSN.

2017 Vision Insurance

Plan Provision

Basic Plan In-Network

High Plan In-Network

Eye exam
(once every calendar year)

100% after $10 copay

100% after $10 copay

Lenses
(once every calendar year)

Covered with eye exam

Covered with eye exam

Frames
(once every calendar year)

Choose one:

 

  • $130 allowance for most frames
  • $150 for featured frame brands
  • $80 allowance for Costco frames

Chose one:

 

  • $200 allowance for most frames
  • $220 for featured frame brands
  • $110 allowance for Costco frames

Contacts—instead of glasses
(once every calendar year)

$130 allowance

$200 allowance

Additional pairs of glasses or contacts Not covered Second pair of glasses or contacts covered at the same allowance as your first pair

LASIK

Covered up to a max of $500 per eye

Covered up to a max of $500 per eye