Although there are 10 available Medigap policies, plans F, G, C, and N are the most popular. Each plan offers unique benefits and costs.
Plans F and G are the most popular Medigap plans and it can be difficult to tell them apart. Take a look at a comparison and choose the one for you.
Newly introduced, Medicare Supplement Plan N is an ideal option for those on a budget while still offering core benefits.
Medicare Supplement Plan M is a new plan that aims to provide better health coverage while lowering out-of-pocket costs.
Medicare Supplement Plan L offers great benefits with an affordable premium yet still provides great coverage for a wide variety of services.
Medicare Supplement Plan K is a unique plan that is ideal for those looking for lower premiums and lower medical expenses.
Due to changes in Medicare Supplement Plans, Plan J will no longer be offered. Current Plan J holders will not lose their coverage. Read more here.
Medicare Supplement Plan I is no longer available, but another similar plan may be found. Find out about these changes.
Medicare Supplement Plan H is no longer available, but is very similar to Plan C. Read more to find out about these changes.
Medicare Supplement Plan G is a popular Medigap plan because it covers most of the high-risk gaps not
covered by Medicare, yet is easy on the budget.
Plan F is the most popular Medicare supplement policy. Featuring coverage for Medicare excess charges, it is also the most comprehensive plan.
Plan E was discontinued when Medicare removed preventative care from all supplemental benefits in June 2010.
Plan D is a middle-of-the-road policy that is designed to provide benefits for high-risk medical needs not included with original Medicare.
Medicare Supplement Plan C is preferred by many because it offers a comprehensive line of health benefits without being heavy on the budget.
Medicare Supplement Plan B includes all the benefits of Plan A with one added benefit: It covers the Medicare Part A hospitalization deductible.
Medicare Supplement Plan A is a standard plan with less comprehensive benefits than other plans, but coverage is offered at more affordable premiums.
Before purchasing a supplemental policy for Medicare, investigate your options, compare companies and premiums and follow these helpful suggestions.