Now Accepting FSA & HSA Card Payments
FSAs and HSAs allow you to contribute a portion of your pre-tax salary to cover medical expenses. Check with your workplace or plan administrator for more information.
If you’re currently enrolled in one of these plans, you can now add your FSA or HSA card as a payment option in your Zoomer account. That means using pre-tax income on Prescription Lenses and Prescription Sunglasses Lenses.
Frequently Asked Questions About Zoomer FSA and HSA Purchases
Q: What exactly is an FSA or HSA card?
A: Also known as health benefit accounts, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) allow you to use a portion of your gross salary or wages to cover any incurred medical expenses that you’d otherwise have to pay for out of pocket.
Not sure if you have an FSA or HSA? Check with your employer or plan administrator.
Q: How do you use FSA or HSA cards to shop on Zoomer?
A: Zoomer allows you to add your FSA or HSA card to your account as a method of payment. You can then use your card to make eligible purchases.
Q: Which items are FSA or HSA eligible on?
A: All Prescription Lenses are covered.
Your FSA or HSA card can even cover the product tax and shipping.
Q: Are the same items covered by both FSA accounts and HSA accounts?
A: Yes, all eligible items are covered by both FSA and HSA cards alike.
Q: Do FSA funds expire?
A: Yes. FSA funds are usually limited to eligible expenses incurred during a one-year time period. Any unspent amounts are forfeited. That’s why it’s important to know your plan’s deadline and purchase eligible items before your funds expire. Contact your FSA plan administrator or employer for additional information.
Q: Do HSA funds expire?
A: Unlike FSAs, HSAs do not have set expiration dates. That means you don’t have to worry about using your funds within a certain timeframe. Still, we recommend contacting your plan administrator for further details.
Q. Can you return items purchased using an FSA or HSA card?
A: Yes, Zoomer accepts FSA and HSA returns. Your refund is issued to the original FSA/HSA card used for the purchase.