FIND YOUR VISION
LensCrafters takes most major vision
insurance plans and is an out-of-network
provider for many others. We'll check your
plan to see what savings you're eligible
for and help you handle the paperwork.
Check the list below and find your eye
|Aetna||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida||Healthplan of Nevada|
|Aetna Federal Employee Plans||Horizon Blue Cross||HumanaVision|
|AIG||Blue Shield of New Jersey||MES Vision|
|Ameritas Group||Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee||Superior Vision|
|FEP BlueVision||Uniview Vision|
Don't See Your Plan?
No Worries. We may still accept it.
Make sure to speak with your
LensCrafters at Macy's associate to see
just what your vision insurance plan or FSA
covers. The Independent Doctor of
Optometry may accept different vision
care insurance plans. Remember to
confirm eye exam* coverage with your plan
or doctor directly.
Offers & insurance plans cannot be combined.
If you have a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), don't wait until the last week of December to take care of yourself and your vision. Now is the perfect time to look great and see your best.
What exactly is an FSA?
When you sign up for an FSA, money from each paycheck is automatically deposited into an account. You can use this account to pay for health expenses that aren't covered by insurance. You decide on the amount in advance, and since the contributions aren't taxed, each dollar goes further. An FSA can provide you with tax-free dollars to use toward any eye-care expenses not covered by your vision insurance plan.
Is there a catch?
Just one: use it or lose it. So don't wait until the end of the year. Schedule your eye exam anytime in the year, prior to your FSA's deadline to take advantage of this great benefit.
So what will your FSA plan cover?
Every FSA plan is different, so take a good look at yours before you start your FSA "shopping."
Typically, an FSA will cover vision expenses like:
- Co-payments and deductibles
- Routine eye exams
- Prescription eyeglasses
- Contact lenses
- Prescription sunglasses
What about health savings accounts (HSA)?
Depending on your insurance plan, your company may offer an HSA instead of an FSA. Typically an HSA is offered with high-deductible insurance plans. Unlike an FSA, the money put into an HSA does not have a use-it-or-lose-it policy. Instead, it earns interest over time and can be used as a rainy-day fund when healthcare expenses pop up. Just like an FSA, you can usually use HSA dollars to pay for vision expenses like prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses or contacts, so check your policy.
*Independent Doctor’s Notice
Eye exams available by Independent Doctors of Optometry at or next to LensCrafters® in most states. Doctors in some states are employed by LensCrafters®. In California, eye exams are available at LensCrafters® locations from licensed optometrists employed by EYEXAM of California, a licensed vision health care service plan, or from Independent Doctors of Optometry at select locations. The optometrists are not employed by LensCrafters®, which does not provide eye exams.