Use your FSA or HSA on contacts and glasses.

Yes, you can use your glorious pre-tax money on contacts and glasses.
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Pro tip: FSA funds often expire/vanish/are lost at the end of the year.

Check with your employer about the details of your plan.

It’s easy: just use your FSA/HSA debit card like you would any other card.

Don’t have enough money on your card to cover your whole purchase? Give us a callcall (or ) and we’ll split the payment between your FSA/HSA card and your regular debit or credit card.

What’s the difference between an HSA and an FSA?

Pre-tax savings
Requires a high-deductible health plan
Max contributions per year$3,500$2,700
Balances roll over

Health Savings Accounts

Health Savings Accounts let you save for medical expenses (such as contacts, eyeglasses, and exams) with pre-tax money. All the money you put in the account is yours to use and doesn’t expire. You need a high-deductible health plan to open a Health Savings Account.

Flexible Spending Accounts

Flexible Spending Accounts are funded by your employer using pre-tax money at the beginning of the year to be used for medical expenses (such as contacts, eyeglasses, and exams). Most of the time, if you don’t spend the money in your FSA by the end of the plan term (generally the calendar year) you forfeit the funds. Check with your employer for details about how your specific FSA works.

Prescription expired?
We can help.

Take our online ExpressExam and get a doctor-issued prescription within 24 hours. We’ll automatically ship your order as soon as your new prescription is ready.

Wait, you sell glasses?

Our partner/sister company/BFF’s Liingo Eyewear have some spectacularly-designed frames which include free polycarbonate lenses. We highly recommend checking them out.

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