Flex Accounts

Flex Accounts

SportRx is considered an “out-of-network” provider for most vision insurances. Depending on your vision insurance plan, you may be eligible for reimbursement for your SportRx purchase by providing an itemized receipt to your vision insurance company. Visit our insurance page for more details, including contact information and reimbursement claim forms for many of the common vision insurance plans.

You will need to place your order by 11:59PM Pacific time on the last day that you are allowed to use your funds. If you’re using a credit card that has been issued by your FSA, it’s best to speak to one of our opticians to place your order over the phone to ensure that your card is charged before the deadline.

Yes! FSA plans cover eyeglasses and sunglasses with prescription lenses. Many FSA plans also cover Readers. For more information on what is eligible for purchase under your FSA plan, it’s best to contact your FSA or benefits administrator.

We accept FSA cards that have the Visa or Mastercard logo. We can also provide an itemized invoice of your purchase for FSA reimbursement. Some FSAs might need specific details on your itemized invoice to process your reimbursement; if your FSA requires something that might not be noted on your invoice, please contact us and we can help!

FSAs (Flexible Spending Accounts) and HSAs (Health Savings Accounts) are different types of “flex” accounts that individuals may have set up either by their employer or independently. In either case, money is set aside into an account that may be used specifically for medically-related purchases.