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Warby Parker is one of the top eyewear companies in the United States.
The company designs, sources, manufactures, sells, and ships all of their eyeglasses and sunglasses in-house. This allows them to offer premium vision products at lower prices than high-end competitors.
Warby Parker has retail locations all over the United States and parts of Canada. They also have an online store and iPhone app where you can shop.
Yes, Warby Parker is an in-network provider for many vision insurance plans. They are an out-of-network provider for most others.
They work with:
You can find your benefits using their insurance page or check directly with your insurance provider. You may be able to apply your vision insurance discount before checkout. For others, you’ll have to apply for reimbursement.
Vision insurance covers prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, and eye exams. In most cases, you’ll only have to pay your copay fee.
Yes, you can use a health savings account (HSA) or flexible savings account (FSA) at Warby Parker.
As long as your HSA or FSA is connected to a major credit card, you can use these pre-tax dollars to pay for:
You can use your FSA or HSA card to check out on the Warby Parker website, app, or in-store. If you’d like to split your cost between your FSA, HSA, and/or another card, you can call them, go to a store, or contact them via the chat feature on their website to set it up.
Warby Parker glasses are high-quality and cost less than most designer brands. However, they are not as cheap as other budget options such as Zenni Optical and Walmart.
Here’s what you can expect to pay for a pair of Warby Parker glasses:
Click here to read my review of Warby Parker.
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