Give the Gift of Sight Plus a Giveaway

 A Sponsored Post

A couple of years into my seven year blogging journey, I
received the news I needed to wear either contacts or glasses all of the time. I
chose glasses and they have become a part of my personal signature style.  I rarely am photographed now without
them.  I just consider it one more thing that
comes with aging, so I accept it and even have a little fun with frames.
My husband is now facing the same music, so we both have
selected frames that enhance our style.  
Most of you know it requires a good vision plan to cover all of the
challenges with aging vision, but unfortunately there are many who still go
without coverage. That’s where VSP comes in! Through its Gift of Sight program, you can
purchase individual vision insurance coverage as a gift. Knowing how much I use
my own coverage, I was excited to see what the Gift of Sight VSP Direct Plan
has to offer.
company and it offers high quality, affordable, individual plans which are available in every state.  These plans start as low as $17 a month, and include a comprehensive eye exam, glasses and/or contacts, and low out-of-pocket expenses.  You can read all the details on their website, but basically, coverage includes:A comprehensive eye exam
·         Prescription lenses with covered lens enhancements 
·         A generous allowance for frames and/or contacts
·         A wide selection of designer frames
·         Access to a network of more than 36,000 doctors·        
VSP is the nation’s only not-for-profit vision
What better way to bless a loved one
this holiday season than with the gift of sight?   Click here
for more information on how to purchase.

Now, this is the exciting part…one of you will
win an Individual Vision Plan from VSP Direct which you can use for yourself or gift to
a loved one in need!  Just go to the
Rafflecopter and follow the instructions. 
I will announce the winner on December 9.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclaimer:  This is a sponsored post, but the words are my own.


  1. What a nice gift! I have worn glasses or contacts most of my life without vision insirance so I can appreciate hiw important this is. As a former teacher I ha e enjoyed ypur comments for several years.

  2. I'm fortunate enough to have a VSP plan at work – I would love to gift this to my mother in law, who is an eye cancer survivor and needs frequent eye exams. Needless to say, Medicare does not pay for glasses, and that is another expense for her.

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