Personalize Your Eyewear With Lens Enhancements That Fit Your Lifestyle

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When it comes to your glasses – one lens certainly doesn’t fit all! After your eye exam, your eye doctor will provide your lens prescription, along with recommended lens enhancements based on the type of activities you enjoy, and the lifestyle that you lead.

Drive a lot at night? An anti-reflective coating will enable you to see more, while minimizing reflections and glare. Spend two or more hours in front of a computer each day? Blue light lenses and coatings are a great option for you to help combat the potential effects of excessive screen time, which include digital eye strain and visual fatigue. Ready to make the move to a progressive lens? We’ve got you covered with technology to help you see both near and far, and everything in between.

To get access to these options that not only enhance your eyesight, but your life, and at a great price, you’ll need to enroll in your vision benefit! Here are a few tips to help you navigate through your open enrollment and not miss out:

  • Enroll through work – Find out if VSP Vision Care is offered through your employer, and sign up! You can enroll during your open enrollment period or may be eligible during qualifying life events such as getting married or having a baby.
  • Enroll through an Exchange or Marketplace – If you’re eligible, go directly to the enrollment website and enroll in VSP.
  • Purchase an Individual Plan- If you don’t have access to a plan through your employer, no problem! View VSP Individual Plan options starting as low as $17/month, here.

As a VSP member, you’ll save an average of $365, plus you’ll get an extra $20 to spend on featured frame brands!* Check out our calculator to see your personal savings.

For more information on why VSP is a great option for you and your family, visit

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