Do you think it’s worth taking the risk? Talk about the price of your eyesight.
The national average for eye test costs about $200. A reflective vision test can cost around $46. If a patient requires glasses, the price is around $200 or even higher for custom-made frames. If a patient is in need of Rx Lenses they could cost around $88. You can also add additional choices like scratch-resistant and reflection lenses, which typically run at around $111 in the United States. In the absence of insurance, be prepared to shell out $65 a year to cover the vision you have.
In the case of standard vision health insurance you will pay approximately $19.24 a month. Vision insurance offers an amount of $175 for lenses and frames. The policy also provides $15 for eye exams, $25 out-of-pocket for enhancements and a reflection test, in addition to $25 for Rx Lenses. This totals around $296 for the year.
It is a question we ask ourselves again: Is the price of vision insurance worthwhile? If you wear contacts or glasses We say that yes the vision care insurance you purchase is by far worth it. There is a chance to save an average of $349 each year on vision , just with a monthly cost of just $19 per month.