2021 Medicare Supplement Plans

With a Blue Cross® Medicare Supplement plan, you'll get a great value from a brand you know and trust.

You may have lower out-of-pocket costs than you would with a Medicare Advantage plan, and you can choose any doctor who accepts Medicare.

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These plans pay most of the costs you share with Original Medicare

Because these plans fill in the coverage gap, you'll have fewer unexpected costs. You'll also enjoy extra benefits, like nationwide coverage for when you travel. And you won't need any referrals to see specialists.

Keep in mind these plans don't include prescription drug coverage or routine dental, vision or hearing coverage.

 

Looking for dental, vision, and hearing coverage, too?

For a little more than $15 a month you can add dental, vision and hearing coverage to your Medicare Supplement plan. This package is available to all Medicare Supplement members. This additional coverage gives you:

  • Dental exams and cleanings at no additional cost
  • Up to $300 allowance for eyeglass frames or contact lenses
  • One hearing exam every 12 months plus hearing aid

Dental Vision Hearing Package details (PDF)

Current Blue Cross Medicare Supplement and Legacy Medigap members can choose to enroll in the new Dental Vision Hearing Package between Feb. 1 and April 30 of each year. Read our help page to learn more.

Looking for dental, vision and hearing coverage

Household Discounts

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Well-Being Program

This program can help you find the motivation you need to stay healthy.

 

Important information about your plan

This is a solicitation of insurance. We may contact you about buying insurance. Blue Cross Medicare Supplement plans aren't connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or the federal Medicare program.