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It's simple. Find your provider below and use your insurance for eye exams, eyeglasses, contacts and more.
America's Best accepts many national and regional vision plans. Please confirm with your local store when you schedule your appointment.
NBN - Northwest Benefit Network
OptiCare of Utah
Physician's Eyecare Plan
Premera Blue Cross
Regence of Oregon
Regence of Washington
University Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)+
Please note that this is not a comprehensive list. Not all vision plans are accepted at all locations.
Is America’s Best in my provider’s network?
Are lens upgrades covered under my plan?
What services are covered under my plan?
What allowances do I have for frames, for lenses, for contacts?
Do I have to pay a co-pay?
Is my insurance plan accepted at Americas Best?
Are you considered in-network with my insurance provider?
Will there be any services performed at my appointment that won’t be covered under my insurance?
We make it easy to use your vision insurance. Shop for glasses and receive a comprehensive eye exam, all in-store. We even file insurance claims directly, so you’ll never have to submit one – even out of network.
Most spend less than $100 out of pocket when using their vision plan. Plus, receive 40% off a second pair of glasses when you use insurance!
With over 760 locations nationwide and convenient weeknight and weekend hours, we make it easy to get the eye care and eyewear you need, all on your schedule (or at a time that’s right for you).
What are FSAs and HSAs?
Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) are perks offered by many employers. Each account allows you to set aside money for healthcare expenses that aren’t typically covered by insurance.
What can I purchase with FSAs and HSAs?
America’s Best accepts FSA and HAS funds to purchase extra pairs of glasses and prescription sunglasses. You can also use them for eye exams, sports goggles, or contact lens fittings. FSA and HSA funds can also go toward supplies such as boxes of contact lenses, lens cleaners and solutions and eyeglass repair kits.
Just because you don’t visit a private-practice eye doctor doesn’t mean you can’t receive a thorough eye exam. America’s Best optometrists are fully certified and offer comprehensive eye exams that check for and diagnose eye diseases and eye disorders as well as a thorough check of your prescription needs.
Most vision plans cover contact lens exams and contact lenses. Check your individual benefits plan, as coverage may vary.