FSA quick answers
What can I purchase with my flex spending dollars (FSA)?
Target Optical accepts FSA/HSA dollars for all prescription eyewear purchases (this includes prescription sunglasses and contact lenses!) and eye exams, as long as your FSA or HSA (health savings account) card is affiliated with a MasterCard, Visa, or AMEX.
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 1-877-848-8476, Monday–Friday, 8am - 8pm EST or Saturday-Sunday 9am - 6pm EST. We’re always happy to help you.
If I'm using my FSA to purchase prescription eyewear, do I need to do anything special when I order?
All you need is an up-to-date prescription and your pupillary distance (PD). If you don’t have your PD, you can measure it yourself here.
My FSA funds expire at the end of the year. When should I place my order?
Place your order online by 11:59 p.m. EST, December 30, by phone (call 1-877-848-8476), or in our retail locations by 2:00 p.m. ET on December 31, and you’ll be charged by the end-of-year cutoff. Don’t forget your prescription!
Can I buy prescription sunglasses with my FSA/HSA?
Yes! Shop sunglasses now.
Can I buy contact lenses with my FSA/HSA?
Yes! Shop contacts now.
My prescription has expired or I need an eye exam, now what?
I still have some questions.
No problem! Give us a call 1-877-848-8476, Monday–Friday, 8am - 8pm EST or Saturday-Sunday 9am - 6pm EST or Chat now. We’ll answer any questions you have, we are happy to help!
what is it?
Pupillary distance measures the space (in millimeters) between the pupils of your eyes.
where can I find it?
On previous eyewear receipts or your prescription. Or measure it yourself with our handy PD ruler.download PD ruler
I have two numbers for my PD...
Don't worry. Some doctors take your distance for each eye. Your just a simple equation away from your pupillary distance.
1.Add the two numbers
The first step is to add the numbers together. We recommend a calculator because no one's perfect.
2.Divide by 2
Once you have the two numbers added together just divide them by 2 and that is you're pupillary distance!
Double check your number and then enter it in the pupillary distance field.