How to use vision insurance at Warby Parker
Good news! If you have an out-of-network benefit included in your insurance plan, you can apply for reimbursement on prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses and eye exams.
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Starting at $95, including prescription lenses—plus we offer free shipping and free returns
Starting at $175, including prescription lenses—plus we offer free shipping and free returns
Starting at $75, we offer comprehensive eye exams at a number of our stores
How to apply for reimbursement
Complete an out-of-network claim form
If you don't see your provider below, you can download a form on your insurance company's website.
Select your insurance provider
Attach your itemized receipt
We'll include a receipt with your shipping confirmation email and with your package, or you can request a receipt at one of our retail stores.
Submit the claim form and receipt to your vision insurance company
Note: Receipts for single-vision glasses with polycarbonate lenses do not break down the cost of frames and lenses separately because they are a $95 packaged item. Most major insurance providers will split the charge 50/50 (between frames and lenses). If you run into any issues, please don't hesitate to reach out to us!
Collect your reimbursement!
After submitting your claim, you’ll typically be reimbursed within 2–3 weeks. (Depending on your provider, it can be faster or slower.) The best part: Many insurance plans will reimburse most or all of your Warby Parker purchase!
What about Flexible Spending Accounts?
You can use a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or a Health Savings Account (HSA) to purchase prescription glasses, sunglasses, and eye exams as long as your FSA or HSA card is affiliated with a major credit card.Learn more