The price of Transitions® lenses will vary because there are many factors that affect the price of eyeglass lenses. Pricing is set by the retail store or eyecare professional’s office where you purchase your lenses.

The final price depends on the lens material, your prescription, any features you add, and which Transitions brand lens product you choose. Be sure to discuss the following questions with your eyecare professional to ensure your eyeglass lenses best fit your needs:

  • Lens material: Do you need impact resistant lenses or ultra-thin ones (especially if you have a high prescription)? Or do standard plastic lenses work just fine for you?
  • Your lens type: Do you need lenses just for reading? Do you need a single distance vision correction or a multi-focus one?
  • Coatings or treatments you opt to add: Do you need an anti-reflective coating for reducing reflections from the front of your lenses, reducing glare from headlights, streetlights, computers or TV screens? Do you want scratch resistance for sports?
  • The Transitions® lens product you select: Do you need darker lenses for extra protection? Or do you want polarization that adjusts to match the level of outdoor glare for crisper, sharper vision outdoors?

Each of these choices will impact the total price you pay for your eyeglass lenses, but it never hurts to ask your eyecare professional if any specials or discounts are available.

Additionally, many insurance providers provide coverage for Transitions lenses as part of their vision care plans so it’s always a good idea to check with your insurance provider to see what’s covered before your exam.

Finally, be sure to ask your eyecare professional for authentic Transitions brand lenses and request the certificate of authenticity when you pick up your new glasses.