Unemployed? Self-Employed? How to Get Vision Insurance Starting at $13/Month

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If you wear glasses or contacts, you know the importance of having good vision insurance.

The price of annual eye exams, contacts and glasses adds up fast, and if you don’t have an employer who provides insurance, it can be tough to budget.

The good news is, you can get affordable vision insurance on your own. With VSP Individual Vision Plans, prices start as low as $13 a month

Unemployed? Self-Employed? How to Get Vision Insurance

Whether you’re unemployed, self-employed or just don’t have good vision insurance, there’s a way to get coverage without breaking the bank.

Yup — good vision insurance is a lot cheaper (and easier to find) than you might think.

VSP Individual Vision Plans start as low as $13 a month, and typical savings is more than $200 a year.

It’s easy to shop your options, too. Just enter your ZIP code, and in about two seconds, you’ll be browsing different plans.

Getting Vision Insurance is Easier Than You Might Think

With VSP, you don’t worry about getting overwhelmed with insurance jargon or wading through a thousand options. All the costs and savings are clearly outlined and explained.

If you need any guidance, use the site’s “Plan Wizard” feature at the top of the page. Answer a few brief questions about your eye health and budget, and it’ll tell you the plan that best fits your needs.

The VSP Standard Plans include an eye exam (these can be $200 out of pocket) and a $150 annual allowance, which you can put toward the purchase of glasses or contacts.

Curious how much you could save? See VSP vision insurance options in seconds.

Carson Kohler ([email protected]) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.