How often do you hear good insurance stories? Well, I’ve got one.
I have VSP vision care insurance that I get through work. It costs me about $90 annually. The insurance covers an annual exam and comes with an allowance for contacts and glasses. A few days ago I went for an exam. While there, I purchased enough contact lenses to last me at least a year (I don’t wear them daily). My total cost for the exam and contacts was a $5 co-pay. I didn’t even have to show a card or sign any forms. All my info was on file. I handed over a five-dollar bill and walked out with my prescription, a couple of boxes of contacts and the receipt for the total visit. Why can’t all insurance be that simple?
Day 78 spending = $15.24 (groceries), $14.80 (home)