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Vision Plan

Good vision coverage is worth a second glance. Poor vision can lead to greater risk of accidents, declining mental health, and loss of quality of life. Liferaft's Vision Plan makes it easy for you to afford the care you need.

Liferaft's Vision Plan provides coverage for eye health expenses you or a family member may have, including eye exams and fit and follow-up exams for contacts. Plans start at $10/month.

What does Liferaft's Vision Plan cover?

The following may be covered up to 100% by your Vision Plan with a low-cost deductible, depending on the plan you select.

Your coverage begins next-day with no waiting periods on vision insurance plans. A deductible may apply for coverage.

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Glasses Lenses

Glasses Frames

Elective Contacts

Medically-Necessary Contacts

Bifocals, Trifocals, and Progressive Lenses

Why should I have Vision coverage?

Vision problems are common and can affect people at any age. Poor vision can lead to problems with coordination, balance, and depth perception, which can increase the risk of falls, accidents, and injuries.

Having vision coverage makes it easy to afford eye exams, contact lenses, eyeglasses and other vision-related services and supplies.


Percentage of American adults need some sort of vision correction.1


Percentage of surveyed adults rated vision as the sense most important to them.2

1 eye exam

1 eye exam can help prevent vision loss, as well as detect diabetes, high cholesterol, tumors, and other health conditions.3

Access a Nationwide Provider Network

When you use an in-network provider, you save on eye health expenses, including exams and eyewear. Search the 100% online portal to find a vision provider near you.

Select Vision Plans feature the EyeMed vision network, one of the largest vision networks in the nation with a mix of independent providers and retail chains.

Choice Vision Plans feature the VSP vision network, the nation's largest network of independent providers.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Coverage under the policy does not constitute comprehensive health insurance coverage (a/k/a/ "major medical insurance"). It therefore does not satisfy the "minimum essential coverage" requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Coverage will not satisfy the individual responsibility requirements of section 5000A of the Internal Revenue Code.