VSP® Individual Vision Plans
VSP® Individual Vision Plans give you access to the services and products you need to care for your eyes. You’ll enjoy comprehensive vision coverage and access to the personalized care you deserve all at low out-of-pocket costs. And, as a member, you’ll get an annual average savings of more than $200 on eye care and eyewear.1
BEST CHOICE FOR VISION COVERAGE
As a not-for-profit vision care company, VSP puts their members first and is dedicated to helping you maintain excellent eye health for a lifetime of good vision. And VSP guarantees your satisfaction. If you’re not 100% satisfied with your eye care and eyewear, they’ll make it right.
BEST ACCESS TO DOCTORS
With more than 34,000 network doctors, you’re sure to find a practice close by. Your VSP network doctor will help keep you and your eyes healthy with a comprehensive eye exam that aids in early detection of health conditions.
BEST EYEWEAR CHOICES
VSP network doctors feature a wide selection of designer frames to fit your style and budget. Plus, you’ll also get an extra $20 to spend when you choose a featured frame brand.2
This plan offers you comprehensive coverage for exams and glasses (or contacts) with extra savings every year.
1Comparison based on national average for comprehensive eye exams and most commonly purchased brands. This number represents typical savings for VSP members when they see a VSP network doctor.
2Extra $20 to spend is in addition to your allowance. Check your frame coverage section in My Benefits at vsp.com to see if this offer applies.
Answers about the plan, including eligibility, options, enrollment, customer service and more.
Why is eyecare important?
Who is eligible to enroll in an individual vision plan?
Association members and their eligible dependents may enroll on an individual basis. VSP offers different plan options, including:
Spouses and domestic partners are eligible dependents. A child is an eligible dependent if he/she has not reached their 26th birthday and is dependent upon the insured for support. Children with a disability may also be eligible for continued coverage past age 26. Pricing does vary between these plan options.
How do members pay for an individual or family plan?
Can members see any VSP Doctor?
How long does VSP coverage last?
When can a member begin using their benefits?
What is the member's ID number?
Is there a website for members to visit to view plan details?
How does the plan renew?
How can a member access their vision coverage and eligibility information?