Medigap, or Medicare Supplement Insurance, is a set of plans you can purchase from private companies. They cover costs which your other Medicare coverage doesn’t cover. This means that the cost of Medigap plans will vary depending on the provider and state.

Medigap plans C and F are unavailable to Medicare recipients who became eligible after January 1, 2020.

The price of a Medigap plan in 2023 will vary greatly because the coverage depends on your age, needs, location, and insurance provider. Based on these factors, each company sets its premiums. When picking a Medigap provider, it is crucial to evaluate plans and costs.