Why Choose PremierVision?
PremierVision uses the extensive EyeMed Insight network of over 71,000 Providers. Choose from independent or retail Providers to find the Provider that best fits Your needs and schedule. The PremierVision Plan is designed to be easy to use, while helping You save money.
1Limited to one (1) Comprehensive Eye Examination every twelve (12) months from the last date of service, per Insured.
2In lieu of Corrective Contact Lenses, limited to one (1) purchase every twelve (12) months from the last date of service, per Insured. In no event will Benefits be payable for both glasses and corrective contact lenses.
3In lieu of Corrective Standard Lenses and Frames, limited to one (1) purchase every twelve (12) months from the last date of service, per Insured. In no event will Benefits be payable for both glasses and corrective contact lenses.
How Much You Can Save!
Here’s an example of what You might pay for a pair of glasses with PremierVision vs. what You would pay without PremierVision.
Let’s say You get an eye exam and choose a frame that costs $163 with single vision lenses. Now let’s see the difference . . .
84% SAVINGS with PremierVision!**
1 Non-insurance benefit provided through the EyeMed Insight network.
2 Savings based on example above and using a Provider in the EyeMed Insight network.
PremierVision is not available in all states. Please contact a licensed agent for more information. Limitations, Waiting Periods and Exclusions may apply.
The PremierVision Plan provides benefits for covered vision services only. The PremierVision Plan is considered an “excepted benefit plan” under the ACA and is not a “minimum essential coverage” plan under the ACA. The ACA generally required individuals to maintain “minimum essential coverage” or be subject to the payment of the annual shared responsibility payment with the payment of their taxes to the federal government from 2014 – 2018. Congress eliminated the shared responsibility payment in 2019 and beyond for individuals who do not maintain ACA “minimum essential coverage” during 2019 or any year thereafter.