Focusing on vision with a flexible spending account

Some of the most popular ways to use Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) include eye care expenses. Many people rely on their FSAs for medical services such as annual eye exams or LASIK, and in terms of products, prescription eyeglasses/sunglasses, contact lenses and other eye care accessories are often at the top of the list.

If you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, you know how important good eye care is on a daily basis.

So, instead of paying out of pocket for eye care, why not turn to your FSA to cover different eye care expenses?

Contact Lenses

It's easy to spend a lot of money on contact lenses throughout the year, but with an FSA you can save up to 40% on these expenses.

Eyeglass accessories

  • Prescription eyeglasses are FSA eligible, but so are accessories to make sure your glasses stay clean including lens cleaning cloths, eyeglass repair kits and lens cleaner sprays.
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Shop for eyeglass accessories at FSA Store.