Overview

Having an annual eye exam is one of the best ways to make sure you’re keeping your eyes healthy. You can enroll in vision coverage to save money on eligible vision care expenses such as eye exams, glasses and contact lenses.

The vision plan, administered by EyeMed, includes a national network of providers. When you need vision care, tell your provider that you’re covered by EyeMed; you won’t receive an identification card in the mail.

Find a network provider

To find a EyeMed provider:

Coverage Details for Full-Time and Part-Time Associates

Vision Plan
In-network
Comprehensive Eye Exam$10 copay; once every 12 months
Materials$20 copay
Applies to entire purchase of eyeglasses or contacts in lieu of glasses.
Pair of Lenses (for eyeglasses)Covered in full after copay once Every 12 Months:
  • Standard single vision, standard lined bifocal lens, standard lenticular
  • Standard scratch-resistant coating, tints, glass coating, polycarbonate lenses and basic progressive lenses
FramesFrame allowance once every 24 months:
  • Private practice providers: $50
  • Retail chain: $130
Contact Lenses (in lieu of eyeglasses)Once every 12 months:
  • Necessary contacts: Covered in full, after copay
  • Elective contacts: types EyeMed designates as covered in full (types may vary by provider)
  • Fitting/evaluation and up to two follow-up visits
  • Disposable lenses: up to 6 boxes, depending on prescription
  • Elective contacts/All other types: $150 allowance applied toward fitting/evaluation and purchase (copay does not apply). Toric, gas permeable, and bifocal contacts are all examples of contacts that are outside of the covered-in-full selection.
Refractive Eye SurgeryDiscounts from participating providers. To find a participating provider, visit EyeMed