Don't let your flexible spending account (FSA) dollars go to waste! As long as your card is affiliated with a major credit card you can use it at checkout for any of our prescription eyewear. That’ll make this your most stylish AND most responsible purchase yet!
FAQs about FSA & HSA
What are FSAs and HSAs?
Flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) are employer=sponsored savings accounts that allow employees to set aside pretax earnings to pay for eligible health care or dependent care expenses. These expenses include things such as medications, copays, and eyeglasses.
An FSA is set up by an employer and unused funds typically expire on December 31st. An HSA is set up and managed by the individual, and unused funds roll over into the next year.
How can I order using my FSA or HSA?
That’s easy! Rather than inputting your credit or debit card information at checkout, you’ll input the details from your FSA or HSA card. As long as there are sufficient funds in your account, there shouldn’t be any issues of the payment going through. Aside from entering that card information, everything else will be the exact same as if you were ordering with a standard credit or debit card.
What can I purchase from Jonas Paul Eyewear using my FSA or HSA?
We’d recommend confirming with your provider regarding the exact details of your account, but you should be able to pay for our frames, prescription lenses (even prescription sunglasses) with your FSA or HSA.
How long do I have to place an order using my FSA or HSA?
If you have an HSA, those dollars never expire! This means that as long as you have sufficient funds in your account, placing an order for your kids’ glasses at any time will be easy peasy.
If you have an FSA, be sure to order anytime before midnight on December 31st, as that is likely when your FSA dollars will expire. Check with your account provider to confirm the exact expiration date.
Note: We always recommend ordering our Home Try-On Kit so you can try on the glasses at home before ordering as prescription. Because this extra step adds a tiny bit of time to the process, make sure you give yourself enough time to try on the glasses, decide on your favorite pair, AND order before your funds expire!
Is insurance the same as an FSA or HSA?
Nope, they are different! While we cannot accept insurance directly, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting an itemized receipt that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. More information can be found here.