Did Your Child Lose their Glasses… Again?

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Does this situation sound familiar? You spend the last few weeks of summer getting the kids ready for the new school year. You purchased clothes, school supplies, and new glasses for your kids that need them. The first day of school is here and you check your child for all the essentials. Backpack, check…lunch, check… glasses…”Where are your glasses?” you ask. “I don’t know,” your child replies. You know instantly that the glasses are either lost or broken.

lost glasses

If you’ve already used your vision benefits for the year, then you know how frustrating it can be to feel like you have to wait to replace the lost glasses or pay for them out of pocket.

For those of us that have children who are forgetful or just simply prone to accidents, you don’t have to wait for your benefits to renew to save on new eyewear. Having a plan that supplements your current vision benefits and allows you to get an additional pair of glasses at any time, can bring you peace of mind. Learn more about the EyewearOnly Plan.

Losing vision coverage?
Whether you’re in-between job, retiring, or are self-employed, VSP has a plan for you. It is simple to enroll, affordable, and you get the same access to the personalized services that you have come to expect from VSP. Visit StayWithVSP.com to enroll.


  • Gloria Perez says:

    Need to replace my son’s glasses

  • Manuel Abundis says:

    I lost my glasses and I don’t even know where. These glasses were issued on May or June this year.

  • Derek Smith says:

    Lost my glasses that I recently purchased.
    Is there any replacement insurance or savings built into my VSP plan?


    I have vsp vision insurance through my job at Walgreens Distribution for both me and my daughter. My daughter got her glasses in February but she just lost them at the beach. What are my options for replacing her glasses?

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