The Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) 

(2021 UPDATE)

 Runs from October 15 - December 7

FREE MEDICARE BENEFITS REVIEW
NO OBLIGATION TO ENROLL

Medicare supplement insurance, also called Medigap, helps cover out-of-pocket costs left behind from Medicare Plan A and Plan B. Most states have ten types of Medicare Supplement plans, with each assigned a different letter that corresponds to the benefits.

Most states standardize Medicare Supplement Insurance plans and have the same benefits for each program. Therefore, a specific letter plan will have the same primary benefits as the same letter plan that is sold in a different state. For the most part, the cost of the premium is the most significant differentiator.

Unlike the rest of the country, states such as Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Wisconsin standardize their Medicare Supplement plans differently. Other than this difference, each state must sell Medicare Supplement policies that include Plan A. Likewise, insurance providers that sell Medicare Supplement must also sell Plan C or Plan F along with their other policies.

Most States cover ten Medicare letter plans. Here’s a quick breakdown of the first four Medicare plans.

  • Medicare Plan A
    • This policy covers hospital-related care.
  • Medicare Plan B
    • This policy covers essential services, medically necessary supplies, and preventative care.
  • Medicare Plan C
    • This policy provides additional benefits not covered by Original Medicare.
  • Medicare Plan D
    • This policy cover prescription drugs.

MAKE SURE YOU ARE GETTING ALL OF THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

Plans May Include

  • Zero Dollar Premiums
  • Zero Dollar Deductibles
  • No Co-Pays

Plans with Medicare Approved Benefits May Include

  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Prescription Drug Coverage

New Medicare Plans
May Include

  • FREE Eyeglasses
  • FREE Hearing Aids
  • FREE Prescription Drug Delivery
  • FREE Rides to Medical Appointments
  • ...MUCH MORE

YOU DON'T GET THESE BENEFITS AUTOMATICALLY

MAKE SURE YOU ARE GETTING ALL OF THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE BY CALLING (800) 440-6645 FOR YOUR FREE REVIEW

Medicare Advantage made it easy for us to enroll in Medicare Plan C.

JERRY AND WANDA WOODCOCK

Before you choose your medical benefits, call Medicare Advantage, and get a quote.

TERRANCE AND JANET FILMORE

We called Select Advisor and spoke with a licensed insurance agent. Her knowledge was amazing, and she explained everything we needed to know.

OSCAR AND PORTIA JEFFERSON

Call us now to learn more about Medicare Advantage before the enrollment period expires.

We’d love to hear from you.
800-440-6645

You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium. The Part B premium is covered for full-dual members.
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This is a solicitation of insurance outside of the Medicare Annual Enrollment period, beneficiaries can enroll in a plan if they meet certain criteria. A licensed insurance agent can help you determine whether you are eligible. Benefits may be subject to limitations and annual maximums. Not available with all plans. Availability varies by carrier and location. Transportation to plan-approved locations. Callers will be directed to a licensed insurance agent with a third-party partner of Ring2Media Inc. who can provide more information about Medicare Advantage Plans and/or prescription Drug Plans offer by one or several Medicare-contracted carrier(s). Enrollment in any plan depends on contract renewal. Medicare has neither reviewed nor endorsed the information contained in this advertisement. This information is not a complete description of benefits. For a complete listing of Medicare plans, please contract 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or consult www.medicare.gov

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