Health insurance. It’s been a hot topic in the news for years. We all know the drill. Medical related things–be it treatments or even seeing a doctor–are really, outrageously, expensive unless you have it. But, if you don’t have vision insurance, I have some good news for you. You may be surprised at how affordable getting your eyes examined and even getting new glasses or contacts can be–even if you don’t have vision insurance! At America’s Best, they accept most of the most common vision insurance plans. There’s a really good chance that if your employer offers vision insurance, and there is an America’s Best retail store close by, that it will be accepted. But, even if it’s not, you need to know that, a comprehensive eye examination and even a pair or two of designer glasses may be more affordable than you’d expect. The great news is, the optical associates at America’s Best will tell you whether or not it’s actually a better deal to not use your insurance and instead to cash in on their amazing prices or special promotional offers. Their associates aren’t out to milk your insurance for all its worth, instead they want to make sure that you walk out of the store getting the absolute best prices on your eye care. For example, membership in the America’s Best Eyecare Club can’t be covered by insurance programs because it’s a multi-year program, but it does give you free eye examinations and discounts on contact refills and glasses. If the America’s Best associates find that your insurance will save you money, there’s great news there too. Even if you are out-of-network their associates will help you put in your claim. Even if you’re covered by optical insurance, our everyday low prices may be a better deal for you than some insurance coverage. Ask an America’s Best associate to help you determine how to get the best value for your situation and eye care needs. If you have a Flex Spending Account (FSA) instead of traditional insurance, you may also be able to use money from your account to pay for your vision exams and anything else you may need. Many of these FSA programs expire at the end of each calendar year, so taking care of your family’s vision needs with money from this account is always a sound idea. Want to know more about what insurance plans are accepted or how much your vision care will cost, visit or call your closest America’s Best store and find out today.