Choosing AARP Medicare Supplement
How are AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans different from the plans other companies offer?
- Rate stability –Nationally, AARP Medicare Supplement Plans have only increased an average of 2.6% annually between 2012 and 2016, while varying by specific plan, state and year.*
Freedom - Members have the flexibility to change to another
AARP Medicare Supplement Plan at any time, if they qualify.†
Savings Opportunity – In 37 states, an Enrollment Discount is
offered to retirees who enroll in one of the AARP Medicare
Supplement Insurance Plans within a specified time period from their
65th birthday or Medicare Part B effective date, if later. The
discount offers 36% off at age 65, and decreases by 3% each
- Trusted reputation - The only Medicare supplement plans that carry the AARP name.
5% household discount (in most states) – Savings are available on monthly premiums when two members of the same household are on the same account and each is insured under an AARP-branded supplemental insurance policy with UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company.
$2 per month savings – If the retiree provides payment using
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), they can take $2 off the total
monthly household premium.
$24 annual payer discount – Retirees can take $24 off their annual household premium amount if they pay their full premium amount at once.
High Satisfaction Rates
95% of those surveyed are satisfied with the courtesy and professionalism of UnitedHealthcare's customer service** and more than 98% of claims are processed within 10 days.*