Everyone knows that accidents can happen, but not everyone plans ahead. Be a forward thinker and add a one-year Protection Plan to your eyewear purchase.
The benefits are clear
Whether you’ll be needing to repair or replace them, your glasses will be protected. With Worry-Free Protection Plan you will get coverage(1) for:
Defects in materials and workmanship
Unlimited eyewear repairs for 1 year (beginning day 91 from purchase)
Protection from failures due to normal wear and tear
Cracked or scratched lenses
It’s easy to see because...
Scared of damaging your new eyewear? We have the solution for you: add your Worry-Free Protection Plan(2) during your purchase. It’s simple, just:
Select your favorite eyewear
Add Worry-Free Protection Plan
to your shopping cart
See, worry free
...it’s easy to protect.
Accidentally sat on your frames in a rush at the office and need to use your protection plan? Simply choose whether to:
Call our customer care center at
Drop by any Target Optical store
to get the service you need(3)
Term of coverage
(Begins on day 91)
$35 One Year Service Plan
$25 Frame Service
$25 Lens Service
$50 Frame & Lens Service
1. Limitations and exclusions apply. See Terms and Conditions for full plan details. Co-pays apply.
2. Term of your plan is one year plus two weeks to allow for delivery of your product.
3. To find the nearest store, please visit Target.com/optical or call 1-877-848-8476.
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.