Accepted vision plans >> VSP
Wisconsin Vision eye doctors accept VSP at all locations
Our optometrists are in-network Vision Service Plan providers for eye exams, glasses, contact lenses and more. Whether you have VSP coverage as an individual or through an employer, we make it easy to maximize your benefits for frames, lenses, lens treatments and prescription sunglasses.
What are my VSP benefits?
VSP benefits vary by plan. We make it easy to know what your plan covers: call or visit any store for a free VSP benefits check. We’ll explain what’s included, what’s extra, and how your frame allowance and copays work.
Our eye doctors take most vision plans, and we help patients without vision insurance take advantage of flexible pricing and discounts to keep vision care affordable. We also accept CareCredit, FSA (aka ‘flex dollars) & HSA.
VSP providers for glasses
You can get glasses with VSP coverage at any Wisconsin Vision location. We carry a wide selection of designer glasses and affordable options. Our highly trained opticians take the guesswork out of choosing the best frames and optical lenses. We’ll explain the best optical lens solution for your prescription, and fine-tune your frames for a perfect fit.
How much will VSP pay for glasses?
It depends on the plan you’re enrolled in, but in general many VSP plans have a frame allowance ranging from $120-$200. Typically, VSP benefits cover all or most of the cost of single vision prescription lenses. Part of the cost of lens enhancements (such as anti-glare) may be covered. We can give you a more specific answer when you contact us to check your VSP benefits!
VSP contact lenses coverage
If your plan includes contact lens coverage, you can use your VSP benefits to buy contact lenses through any Wisconsin Vision store.
Whether you’re a first-time contact lens candidate or have been wearing contacts for years, Wisconsin Vision is the best place for a contact lens exam, online ordering and subscription contacts. We carry the top brands and offer “contact coaching” to help our patients wear and care for their contact lenses.
Whether you’re looking for prescription or non-corrective sunglasses, your VSP benefits can save you money at Wisconsin Vision. With the VSP Signature Plan, once you’ve used your annual benefits you can enjoy 20% off additional pairs of glasses or sunglasses (including lens enhancements) for twelve months after your eye exam.
Does VSP cover sunglasses?
VSP benefit plans vary. In many cases, VSP members can use their benefits towards prescription sunglasses, or glasses with photochromic (color-changing) lenses. We’re happy to take a look at your benefits and explain whether prescription or non-prescription sunglasses are covered by your plan.
Does VSP cover non-prescription sunglasses?
According to the VSP website, Signature Plan members who have had laser eye surgery can apply their frame benefits to non-prescription sunglasses from a VSP network doctor. Signature Plan members can also save 30% on additional pairs of prescription glasses and/or non-prescription sunglasses ordered at their eye doctor’s location on the same day as their eye exam.
VSP + Ray-Ban
Wisconsin Vision is a VSP provider with a great selection of Ray-Ban glasses and sunglasses frames available with prescription or non-prescription lenses. Browse Ray-Ban online to see the latest arrivals and in-store availability.
VSP + Oakley
Looking for a VSP provider and Oakley eyewear under one roof? You can browse our selection of Oakley glasses and sunglasses online, and be sure to check for current availability (not all frames are in stock at all Wisconsin Vision locations).
VSP safety glasses
VSP offers a benefit plan covering prescription safety glasses. To find out if your VSP plan includes safety eyewear, check with your employer’s HR department or get in touch with one of our stores for a free benefits check.
We offer a wide array of plastic & metal safety frames with impact-resistant prescription lenses (side shields and lens enhancements optional). We’re also a direct provider of safety eyewear for hundreds of Wisconsin employers.
VSP eye exams
Our eye doctors are all in-network VSP providers offering comprehensive eye exams. To use your VSP benefits for an eye exam you can schedule an appointment directly with us online, or by calling one of our stores.
How much does an eye exam cost with VSP?
For most VSP plans there’s a $10 copay for an eye exam. Just ask us and we’ll let you know how your plan works.
How often can I get an eye exam with VSP?
Plans vary, but in general, individuals with VSP benefits are covered for one comprehensive eye exam every 12 months.
VSP Premier providers
Optometrists at all Wisconsin Vision locations participate in the VSP Premier Program.
What’s a VSP Premier provider?
There is no extra cost associated with the VSP Premier Program. All VSP members have access to Premier Program providers. Choosing an eye doctor in the VSP Premier Program network means getting the most value out of your benefits.
The Premier designation means eye doctors in the Premier Program offer:
- Weekend hours
- Online appointment scheduling
- The most advanced eye exam technology
- A wide selection of frames from the most popular brands
- High-performance, high-definition optical lenses
- VSP Exclusive Member Extras Bonus Offers
Anyone with VSP benefits has full access to VSP Premiere Program locations. With Wisconsin Vision, you have 26 stores to choose from.
Find a VSP provider in Wisconsin’s largest metro areas:
FOX VALLEY AREA
Frequently Asked Questions
Does VSP cover eye exams?
All of our 26 locations are in network for VSP. Most plans require a $10 copay for a yearly eye exam.
Does VSP cover eyeglasses?
Frame allowances for VSP plans range from $120-$200. Coverage for sunglasses depends on whether or not they are prescription and what plan you have. Some VSP plans also cover safety glasses.
Does VSP cover contact lenses?
Some VSP plans include contact lens coverage. We sell contact lenses and do fittings at all 26 locations.
How do I know what eyecare services are covered by VSP?
VSP benefits vary, but can easily be checked by our staff. Just give us a call or visit at any of our 26 Wisconsin locations, and we'll help you figure out which eyecare services are covered.