Warby Parker

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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Get reimbursed on...

Warby Parker

Prescription eyeglasses

Starting at $95, including prescription lenses—plus we offer free shipping and free returns

Warby Parker

Prescription sunglasses

Starting at $175, including prescription lenses—plus we offer free shipping and free returns

Warby Parker

Eye exams

Starting at $75, we offer comprehensive eye exams at a number of our stores

How to apply for reimbursement

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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

Warby Parker is not afilliated with any insurance providers and makes no representations or promises on their behalf.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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