Medigap, or Medicare Supplement Insurance, is a set of plans you can purchase from private companies. They help cover out-of-pocket costs for Medicare-approved services that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. This means that the cost of Medigap plans will vary depending on the insurance 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 2024 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.