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We pair Medicare expertise & technology to simplify your choices

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We search for plans in your area for brands you trust

Medicare plans vary by zip code. We work with major insurance carriers to connect you to a variety of plan options in your area.

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You tell us what’s most important to you

Answer a few questions about the doctors you see, your prescriptions, and the additional benefits you want your plan to cover.

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We match you to a plan to fit your needs and budget

Based on what you've told us, we'll recommend a Medicare plan that fits your needs and could save you money. Then, enroll online or over the phone.

How is a top match plan calculated?

We partner with the nation’s leading Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement Carriers


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Two ways to find the right plan

Within minutes we’ll help you compare your Medicare plan options and get enrolled. You can also save your progress and come back any time.

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Answer some questions about how you anticipate using your Medicare plan and we'll match you to a plan that fits your needs.


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Enter your zip code and we'll show you plans in your area. Then, you can use our filters to find your best fit.

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Frequently asked questions

Your Medicare questions, answered

What is Medicare?

Medicare is health insurance for:

  • People who are 65 or older.
  • People under 65 years old who are disabled and have been receiving Social Security disability benefits for at least 24 months.
  • People suffering from End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease.

Learn more about Medicare.

Do I qualify for Medicare?

If you are a US citizen 65 or older, or a permanent resident of the US who has been in the United States for more than five years, you qualify for Medicare. You may also qualify for Medicare if you are younger than 65 but have certain chronic conditions.

Learn more about whether you may qualify for Medicare.

When can I enroll in Medicare?

You are only allowed to enroll in Medicare during certain life milestones and certain times of the year. Here are the dates to mark on your calendar:

If you are a first-time enrollee, you can sign up for Medicare in the period of time starting 3 months before and the 3 months after your birthday.

Anyone 65 and older can sign up for original Medicare from January 1 to March 31. Coverage would begin on July 1.

If you want to make a change to your coverage, you can do so from January 1 to March 31.

If you want to enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan, you can do so from October 15 to December 7, which is open enrollment. Your coverage would begin in January.

Learn more about enrollment deadlines.

What changes can I make during the annual enrollment period?

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) - also called the Medicare Open Enrollment Period - is an election period that allows you to make changes to your Medicare coverage each year. Your new coverage would take effect January 1 of the following year.

What changes can you make during AEP?

  • Change from Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) to a Medicare Advantage plan.
  • Change from one Medicare Advantage plan to another.
  • Disenroll from your Medicare Advantage plan, go back to Original Medicare, and add a Prescription Drug plan if needed.
  • Disenroll from Medicare Advantage, go back to Original Medicare, add a Medicare Supplement plan, and add a Prescription Drug plan if needed.
  • Change from one Prescription Drug plan (Medicare Part D) to another.
  • Enroll in a Prescription Drug plan.
  • Cancel your Prescription Drug plan coverage.

Learn more with our 2024 annual enrollment guide.

What are the different types of Medicare plans?

There are two main categories of Medicare coverage including Original Medicare (with optional Medicare Supplement and prescription drug insurance) and Medicare Advantage (which provides benefits through private insurers).

Part A (Original Medicare) provides coverage for inpatient and hospital care.

Part B (Original Medicare) provides coverage for doctors and outpatient services.

Part C (Medicare Advantage Plan) typically covers Parts A, B and D with one bundled insurance policy for all Medicare coverage.

Part D (Medicare Prescription Drug Plan) provides coverage for the cost of your medications.

Plans A-N (Medicare Supplement or Medigap) coverage varies by plan benefits, but these plans help pay the costs that Medicare A and B don't cover. Plans C, E, F, H, I and J are no longer sold to new enrollees.

How do I enroll in a Medicare plan?

You can enroll in Medicare Prescription Drug (Part D) plans and Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans directly through our site. Get started by exploring how to apply or comparing medicare quotes

If you're over 65 or turning 65 in three months and not receiving Social Security benefits, you need to sign up on your own. There are 3 ways to enroll:

Go online to

Call Social Security at 1-800-722-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0078).

Visit your local Social Security office in person.

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