Every FSA plan is different, so it's important to take a good look at it before FSA "shopping."
A person's FSA covers co-payments and deductibles - making now a great time to schedule doctor's appointments.
If a customer doesn't have a separate vision insurance plan, their FSA will likely cover routine eye exams, like those available at LensCrafters, as well as prescription eyeglasses, sunglasses made with their prescription, contact lenses, and supplies.
LensCrafters also offers exclusive technologies that help their customers choose the perfect pair and get the right fit.
Right now at LensCrafters, customers can get 30% off a complete pair of eyeglasses or prescription sunglasses when they pay with their FSA, so it's the perfect time to help stretch FSA dollars and make them go even further.
The first step to using FSA benefits is to make an appointment. There are 12 LensCrafters locations in the tri-state area. Visit Lenscrafters.com to schedule an appointment.
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