There are 10 different Medicare Supplement plans (Plan A, B, C… etc.) that each offer a different set of benefits. There are differences in benefits across the various plan letters, but within those letters the benefits have been standardized. This means that no matter what insurance provider you purchase a plan from, or where you live, a Plan A in one state, from one insurance company, will provide you with the same benefits as a Plan A from another provider or another state. This allows you to focus on which plan is right for you instead of worrying if one provider’s Plan A is better than another’s. To learn about the differences in coverage between the 10 different plans, please visit our comparison chart.
Most Popular Plans
Within the 10 different Supplement plans offered, Plans F, G, and N are the most popular plans amongst the carriers.
Medicare Plan F
provides you with the most complete coverage available and one of the most widespread policies you can purchase.
Medicare Plan G
covers everything that Plan F covers except the Medicare Part B deductible.
Medicare Plan N
provides similar coverage to the previous two plans, but without the Part B deductible and the coverage of Part B excess charges.