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Choose The Best Vision Insurance Plan

It’s only natural to want the best for your family. That’s what motivates us to send our children to quality schools, live in good neighborhoods and find ways to lead healthy lives. Though sometimes we neglect it, an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle is taking care of our eyes. Having and using vision insurance is the most affordable way to keep your eyes in good shape.

Vision insurance is a little different from other types of insurance. You actually want to use your eye insurance as often as you can. For example, you hope to never have to use car insurance because that would mean you were involved in some sort of accident. On the other hand, with vision insurance, you actually want to maximize your benefits by frequently using it, as it will help your eyes stay healthy.

Why does my family need a vision insurance plan?

You only get one set of eyes, and one of the most important ways to take care of them is to have regular eye exams. Optometrists say that regular eye exams can help detect early signs of serious eye diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataracts, in addition to other health problems that affect the whole body like diabetes and high blood pressure. Frequently using your vision plan lets you have affordable access to the professionals and equipment that will help correct or prevent any eye problems.

What benefits will I get? 

Outside of the health-related benefits of having eye insurance, you’ll also have great financial support with:

  • Savings on eye exams (only $15 copays)
  • A dollar allowance (amount varies by plan) toward glasses and/or contacts
  • Top-quality lenses made affordable by your low-cost copay
  • Savings on optional lens enhancements (which include features like scratch resistance, anti-glare, no-line bifocal/trifocal and light-to-dark tinting)


Of course, the money you save depends on the plan you choose and the frame/contact selections you make at the doctor’s office. But based on a comparison of national averages for comprehensive eye exams and commonly purchased brands, as a VSP member you could save $244 annually after the cost of your plan. Looking to win some brownie points with your spouse? That’s a couple of nice dinner-and-a-movie dates with your spouse plus a babysitter for the kids.

How can I find the best eye insurance plan for my family?

The first thing to consider when buying vision insurance is to take into account your family’s vision needs. Do you have young children who need corrective lenses? Does a history of eye-related diseases run in your family? Do you or your spouse have high blood pressure? Answering questions like these can help you start thinking about what type of coverage your family may need.

Finding insurance — for anything — can be a hassle. We feel your pain. This is why we created, to help you find the best family vision insurance plan. All you need to get started is your ZIP code. Once you put in that little piece of info, we’ll start walking you through the next steps to find the right plan. Visit us at or call 800.785.0699 to enroll in vision insurance today.

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