If you’re a vision plan member, you can get a comprehensive eye exam, including an OCT 3D eye scan, from our independent optometrists with no or low out-of-pocket expense. And with our 2 pairs offer you can also get 2 pairs of complete glasses with no or low out-of-pocket expense. Even better, with many insurance companies we can bill direct, saving you time and hassle.

Understanding your vision insurance

Let's break down the ins and outs of your vision plan

How to get extra from your vision plan

See how you can get extra value to make your vision plan go further.

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How to use your vision plan if you’re new to health insurance

Learn how to navigate using your vision plan at Specsavers.

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Here's what you can claim using your vision plan

Vision plan benefits will depend on the plan you're on and your level of cover. Find out what you can get.

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Can I claim glasses?

We make it easy to claim glasses to help you get the most out of your vision plan.

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Can I claim contact lenses?

You can use your vision plan to claim on contact lenses.

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Can I claim sunglasses?

If covered, claiming for prescription sunglasses with your vision plan is not a problem.

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Direct billing

We offer direct billing with many insurance providers saving you time and hassle. If you can’t see yours below you may need to submit your claim manually instead. Our team in store will have the full list of insurers we can direct bill, so make sure to chat to them when you come in.

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Terms and conditions

Annual routine eye exams are an insured benefit in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario for children (AB/BC: aged 18 and younger; ON: aged 19 and younger), and seniors aged 65 and older, subject to certain restrictions. Medically necessary eye examinations are an insured benefit in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario for all insured persons regardless of age, subject to certain restrictions. For an eye exam to be covered by the provincial health care plans in Alberta, British Columbia, or Ontario, all patients must meet the generally applicable eligibility requirements for coverage. Patients not covered by their provincial health care plan must pay for the cost of the eye exam. Eye exams are provided by independent optometrists. Contact store for more details.