Did you know? Your eyewear is the only fashion item that you can get insurance for.
Recently, after sitting on my eyeglasses (not gonna lie), I realized that yeah… they are expensive to replace. After a little hesitation, I decided into looking at other options. You see, this wasn’t the first time my glasses were destroyed. Oh no. When my daughter was little, she practically snapped my glasses in half. SNAP!
Those were the pricier ones too. As years went by, I decided to go with the cheaper frames and therefor, they break easier. I should have learned my lesson the first time. I know… and thankfully, I have.
I just found out about VSP Direct. VSP individual insurance is so affordable and gets you access to a large selection of frames from classic styles to trendy (including dozens of top brand names), so you can find one that fits your personality and personal style. We all know aying for glasses out-of-pocket can be expensive especially when you factor in lenses and frames, designer glasses can cost hundreds of dollars.
The best thing about VSP is they are the nation’s only not-for-profit vision care company and they have spent the better part of a decade developing high-quality, affordable individual plans that are now available in every state.
VSP individual insurance also gives you access to a large selection of frames from classic styles to trendy (including dozens of top brand names), so you can find one that fits your personality.
Covers the eye exam with a low co-payment
Provides allowance for glasses or contacts, fully covered lens options
Lowest out-of-pocket cost in vision care with a typical annual savings of $227
100% satisfaction guaranteed
30,000 providers in convenient locations makes VSP the largest doctor network in the industry
So the next time you dress-up and head out on the town, feel secure in knowing that your eyewear is insured.
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