LensCrafters is not an in-network provider for VSP insurance at the moment. However, LensCrafters’ website says that it will accept VSP for those with out-of-network coverage and benefits. Those who have coverage and benefits even when they are not in a network can use their VSP at any provider location.
In some states, the optometrists who do eye exams at LensCrafters work for a licenced vision health care service plan called EYEXAM of California instead of the company itself.
The out-of-pocket cost for VSP insurance will depend on the type of coverage that the health plans or employers have chosen. People can buy VSP insurance for themselves and their family members in some states.
With more than 66 million members, VSP is the biggest name in vision insurance. They have plans for vision insurance that start at $17 a month. A VSP plan for an individual or a family covers:
savings on eye exams
a budget of at least $150 to buy glasses, contacts, or both.
top-notch lenses after the co-pay has been taken out.
savings on extras like scratch-resistant lenses and tints that change from light to dark.
All VSP providers in the network can see what each patient’s plan covers, so an ID card isn’t needed for ease of use. All a patient has to do is make an appointment.