Aetna provides a robust vision plan for anyone who wants to sign up for discount eye exams and eyewear. The Aetna Vision Preferred plan also gives discounts for other non-eye activities, such as gym memberships, chiropractic care, weight-loss programs and travel.
They can also explore discounts for LASIK surgery.
Members can choose their eye doctors and scheduled appointments online.
What to Expect From Aetna Vision Preferred Plan
With an Aetna Vision Preferred plan, your vision care is simple. You locate a provider, talk with them about scheduling an appointment and use your benefits to start saving.
There are thousands of providers across the country, including eye doctors in your neighborhood and inside your favorite retail chains. Many providers will offer you weekend and night-time hours.
Aetna Vision also offers you benefits for:
- Gym memberships
- Chiropractic care
- Weight loss programs
- Dental products
- And more
Finding a Provider with Aetna Vision Care
If you are ready to find an Aetna Vision Provider follow these easy steps:
- Search by Provider
- Enter your 5-digit zip code and the search engine will take it from there.
- Filters will narrow your results by listing the brands you recognize and love. It will also provide hours to choose from, the specific technology used by each provider, and more.
- If you have a favorite eye-care provider, click on the “search by name and zip code” to look for a specific clinic.
When you choose an Aetna Vision preferred clinic within the network, you will enjoy added savings that include exclusive coupon offers and discounts. Our in-network providers, include LensCrafters, Ray-Ban, Glasses.com, ContactsDirect.com and Target Optical.
- Glasses.com offers a unique kind of eye care. You can choose from green shipping and natural materials with your eye care. These options help you do your part in reducing climate change. We can offer a variety of lenses, including Blue light, transitions, and prescription sun. Our eyecare service is personalized to meet your needs.
- ContactsDirect.com works with your Aetna membership and offers you money-saving and time-saving benefits. Our professional and expert customer service team will work with you to find the best vision options possible.
- LensCrafters can take care of your vision solutions with a wide range of options. We provide an assortment of the latest eyewear collections with quality lenses. You can check our services in-store or online now.
- Ray-Ban offers a wide range of lenses for your eye-wear care. We carry standard, gradient, mirror, polarized, chrominance, evolve, and more. Our excellent online service will guide you through the process to receive a unique and personalized pair of eyewear to meet your needs.
- Target Optical
- Target Optical offers name-brand frames you love, including Ray-Ban, Coach, Oakley, and more. The safety and health of our patients is a top priority and we offer essential eye-care appointments aligned with local, state, and federal guidelines.
These are just a few of the providers you will find within the Aetna Vision Provider network.
How to Use an Aetna Vision Membership
To use your Aetna Vision membership, find an in-network eye doctor through the above provider locator and schedule an appointment.
When you arrive at your appointment, you will answer their check-in questions, pay any co-pay due and the doctor will finish the rest of your membership claim.
Submitting a claim for your eyecare through Aetna Vision is done through your doctor. All the paperwork is submitted by the physician if you use an in-network provider.
If you require progressive lenses, these are categorized in different tiers. Check your membership account to learn what your plan covers for the different tiers.
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Last Updated April 4, 2022
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