I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten infections from contact lenses. It took me a while to find the eye doctor that would recommend the right contact lenses to prevent frequent infections. They still happen from time to time – like when I accidentally fall asleep with makeup on and lenses in. I’ve also learned that I need the occasional break from lenses, and earlier this year I finally ordered myself a pair of glasses with an up-to-date prescription.
Eyeglasses can cost you a small fortune. Even for a non name brand frame it can cost around $700 for a pair when all is said and done. For this reason, I love VSP Vision Care.
You can save an average of $320 dollars a year with VSP Vision Care. You can estimate your savings with these benefits by accessing the virtual savings calculator.
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As the largest national not-for-profit in vision care, VSP Vision Care reinvests in the things its nearly 66 million members value most – the best care at the lowest out-of-pocket costs. With a network of 30,000 eye care providers, VSP members have the freedom to choose the provider, location and eyewear that’s right for them. It’s easy to see why VSP is consumers’ #1 choice in vision care.
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Trisha McKee says
I do not have that insurance, but I would buy some contacts.
Yes, I have VSP through my husband’s work. I would buy either glasses or contacts (I need both).
Carolyn Daley says
I do not have VSP insurance, but I would love to have a pair of sunglasses.