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Put your wellness into perspective: Reveal more than just vision problems with routine eye care.

Personalized eyecare at an affordable price.

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A selection of plans fit for you and your family


Annual comprehensive WellVision Exam®, included in all plans


Annual allowance for contact lenses or eyeglasses


A wide variety of name-brand frames covered


Choose from a nationwide network of independent doctors


Savings on laser vision correction

Is vision insurance worth it?
See for yourself.

Without vision insurance, your annual eye exam could cost an average of $1811, on top of other eye-related expenses. Opting into coverage could bring your copay to just $15 for your annual visit, depending on your plan.

With vision insurance, the savings are clear — up to $400 a year based on estimated costs.







Get covered in less than ten minutes online, or call a licensed advisor at (866) 924-8896.

  1. Provide us with a few basic details about yourself.
  2. Review the plans and choose one that best fits your needs.
  3. Complete checkout and create your account to kickstart coverage.

Save on corrective eyewear costs.

Depending on the plan you choose, you can save big on a wide variety of the latest name-brand frames.

Start seeing (and looking) your best with annual allowances of up to*:


on a wide selection of frames


on featured frames


on contact lenses

Plus, get:

  • 20% savings on frames above your allowance
  • An extra $20 toward featured frames above your allowance if purchased within 12 months of your last WellVision Exam®

*Actual amount dependent on plan selected.

Why is children’s eye health so important?

Learn the answers to your most common questions here.

Why are eye exams important for children?

A child’s vision changes and develops rapidly. Routine eye exams can detect and diagnose vision problems early on before they worsen or develop into more serious issues.

At what age should you bring your child to the eye doctor?

According to the American Optometric Association, infants should have their first eye exam at six months of age. After the initial screening, the AOA recommends another checkup at three years, and another before first grade.

What can you expect at your child’s eye exam?

You can expect a vision test, a pupil test, and an eye movement test. (Learn more about those here.)

How can you know if your child needs glasses?

Common signs and symptoms found in children that experience vision problems include squinting, persistent headaches, difficulty concentrating, and rubbing their eyes excessively.

Should you get vision insurance for your child?

Vision in children can change quickly — but replacing glasses can be costly. If you have a family, a vision insurance plan could mean more money in your pocket. (As much as $400 annually!)

Your child’s eyes play a crucial role in their overall health and wellness. And with vision insurance, you can stay on top of their care at the lowest possible cost. See for yourself — get your free vision insurance quote below.

In partnership with KindHealth,
powered by VSP.

KindHealth is revolutionizing the health insurance industry, providing the tools to ensure you’re covered — without paying for the things you shouldn’t. It’s your own personal health advocate that simplifies the process of understanding and buying insurance.

Put your wellness first with VSP. As a leading vision insurance provider that operates as a not for profit, VSP invests in the things you value most — like quality eyecare at low out-of-pocket costs and with a wide selection of glasses.

Have more questions?

Check out other commonly asked questions here, or give us a call at (866) 924-8896.


You’ll enjoy low out-of-pocket costs and savings on your eye exam and glasses.


Your VSP network doctor will help keep you and your eyes healthy with a WellVision Exam® — a comprehensive eye exam that aids in early detection of health conditions.


Choose from the nation’s largest network of independent doctors who carry a wide selection of name-brand frames for your style and budget.

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