You can use your FSA & HSA benefits on glasses and sunglasses at Christopher Cloos – learn how to claim your vision benefits on prescription eyeglasses below
Save money and make the most of your benefits package by using your FSA or HSA funds to pay for your prescription glasses, blue light glasses, or sunglasses – depending on your provider, you may be able to claim back the entire cost of your order!
It’s important to note that everyone’s insurance is a little different. Be sure to check the details of your plan before you shop, so you know what’s covered under your FSA eyeglasses or HSA plan.
Here, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about claiming eyewear benefits for prescription eyeglasses with Christopher Cloos, including how to use your FSA or HSA card (and what the difference between FSA and HSA is!).
The process for using your FSA or HSA benefits to claim back the cost of your prescription eyeglasses will vary, depending on whether you have an FSA or HSA card or if you need to file a claim directly with your insurance provider.
If you have an FSA or HSA card, you can use it at checkout as you would with a credit card.
Yes, it’s that easy!
If you don’t have an FSA or HSA card, you’ll need to pay for your order upfront and submit your claim to your insurance provider.
The claims process will vary, depending on how your FSA or HSA benefits are structured – some providers have an online claims portal, while others require you to mail in claims forms and a copy of your receipt. Contact your specific provider for clarification on their process.
FSA is short for Flex Spending Account. This is a “use it or lose it” plan that typically runs January 1st to December 31st. The funds for FSA eyeglasses must be used by the end of the year, or else you lose your money.
HSA is short for Health Spending Account. Money in an HSA account typically rolls over indefinitely and can often even be used for health care expenses in retirement.
You may have access to funds in an FSA and HSA account through your employer or your health insurance plan.
We offer a 30-day free return policy. Read more about returns here. We recommend checking with your FSA/HSA plan first to see If they allow returns. Some FSA plans do not allow returns if your funds have expired.
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