Time is running out

Don’t snooze through your FSA

Your flexible spending account (FSA) dollars will soon be expiring. Put them to good use on Warby Parker prescription glasses, prescription sunglasses, and eye exams.

Be sure to order frames online by Friday, December 30 at 11:59 p.m. ET (with your prescription included).


FSA FAQ

What is a flexible spending account?

A flexible spending account (FSA) is a program that allows you to set aside money (before taxes) for specific health care expenses. If you’re unsure whether or not you have an FSA, please check with your employer or insurance company.

What can I purchase with my FSA?

Warby Parker accepts FSA dollars for all prescription eyewear purchases (including prescription sunglasses and progressives!) and exams, as long as your FSA or HSA card is affiliated with a major credit card.

If you would like to use your FSA or HSA card to pay for a portion of your purchase and apply the remaining balance to a different card, please call us at 888.492.7297, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–9 p.m. ET. We’re happy to set that up.

What’s the best way to place my FSA order?

You can place an order online, or by giving us a ring at 888.492.7297, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–9 p.m. ET. Make sure you have an up-to-date prescription and a PD, which can be measured here. Contacting doctors is tricky this time of year because many of their offices are closed, so it’s best to have your prescription ready at checkout.

Helpful tip: We aren’t able to process payment until we have all of your prescription information, so be sure to keep an eye out for emails about missing information once you place your order.

Can I buy prescription sunglasses with my FSA?

Yes, you abso-toot-ly can.

My prescription has expired. What now?

A few of our retail locations offer eye exams, and your FSA will cover the cost. Find a location here.

Can I return an order paid for with my FSA?

We have a 30-day, no-questions-asked return or exchange policy for all of our eyewear, so we are happy to exchange your frames for a different pair if you aren’t satisfied. However, we recommend checking with your insurance provider before requesting a refund to an FSA card. For some insurance plans, your funds will be forfeited if you request a refund.