To this day, you must be on active duty, retired, or family members of the United States military to have USAA insurance, which includes its USAA Medicare Plans.

USAA began in 1922 when 25 Army officers gathered and decided to insure each other’s vehicles.

USAA’s mission is to provide excellent service to its members. Standing financially strong, it can pay claims promptly, serve a growing membership, and invest in ways to better help its members.

In addition to Medicare options, USAA’s life insurance company offers its members a wide variety of health insurance, banking, and investment options.

USAA Supplemental Medicare Plans

USAA has been a staple for military members and their families, offering auto, homeowners, and life insurance. They also have a strong presence in the Medicare market with Medicare Supplemental policies.

USAA offers Medicare Supplemental plans (Medigap) nationwide. Medigap plans go hand in hand with your Original Medicare and pay your portions of the Medicare cost-share.

Medicare Supplement insurance plans retain your Original Medicare benefits, including the freedom of healthcare providers.

Medicare beneficiaries will pay a fixed premium monthly. When you have medical or inpatient services, you pay little or nothing out of pocket with medical or inpatient services.

USAA Medicare Advantage Plans

USAA doesn’t offer Medicare Advantage plans (Part C). If you want to review Medicare Advantage options, fill out our online request form or call us.

USAA Medicare Part D

USAA doesn’t offer part D prescription drug plans. For additional information about Medicare Part D options, call or fill out the online request form.

USAA Financial Strength Ratings

Medicare plans get ranked by their financial strength by A.M. Best, and Moody’s. A.M. Best gives USAA a rating of A++. Moody’s gives USAA a rating of Aa1.

Companies with higher ratings tend to have smaller rate increases and more stable rates.

USAA Reviews

Unparalleled customer service and fast claims processing are two reasons why USAA members value being covered. Profits go back into the company, contributing to low and competitive pricing.

FAQs

What Medicare Supplements does USAA offer?

USAA offers Medigap Plan A, Plan B, Plan F, Plan G, and Plan N. These plans are not available in all areas.

Will my USAA premium increase?

Yes! You can expect to see annual rate increases regardless of who you choose as your Medicare Supplemental plan company.

When can I enroll in a USAA Insurance Policy?

You can enroll in a Medicare Supplemental plan at any time. The best time to enroll is during your one-time Medigap Open Enrollment Period. Outside this window, you should expect to answer underwriting questions.

Does USAA Plan F cover Medicare deductible?

Yes, Plan F covers both deductibles under Medicare Part A & Medicare Part B. It’s a first-dollar coverage plan. This means you’ll have zero out-of-pocket costs outside your monthly premium.

Which Medicare Supplement plan has the highest level of coverage with USAA?

The federal government standardizes all Medicare Supplement insurance plans. This means regardless of the insurance carriers you choose. The benefits are the same. The Medigap plan with the highest level of Medicare coverage is Plan F. Plan G is the runner-up.

What is the highest-rated supplemental insurance plan with USAA?

The highest-rated supplemental Medicare plan with USAA is Plan G and Plan N.

How much is the premium for Plan G with AARP?

The premium will vary from state to state. The premium for Plan G with AARP can range anywhere from $150-$280 a month.

What are the benefits of USAA Plan F?

Plan F with USAA, and every other carrier, will include all possible benefits with a Medigap plan. Thus, leaving you with no out-of-pocket costs as you use the benefits. You won’t ever have any deductibles, copays, or coinsurance.

What is the maximum out-of-pocket limit for USAA Plan G?

The only out-of-pocket cost with USAA Plan G outside your monthly premium is the Part B deductible. The Part B deductible is currently $226.

What is the difference between USAA Plan G and Plan F?

The only difference between Plan G and Plan F is that Plan F covers the Part B deductible, and Plan G does not. The current deductible under Part B is $226.

What is the deductible for USAA Plan G?

Technically, USAA Plan G doesn’t have a deductible. However, Plan G doesn’t cover the Part B deductible, which is currently $226.

How to Enroll in a USAA Medicare Plan?

To enroll in a Medicare Supplement insurance plan with USAA, call us. If you prefer, you can fill out our online request form. We have licensed insurance agents that can assist you with information and help you choose the right company for your individual needs.

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by Lindsay Malzone, Lindsay Malzone is the Medicare editor for Medigap.com. She's been contributing to many well-known publications since 2017. Her passion is educating Medicare beneficiaries on all their supplemental Medicare options so they can make an informed decision on their healthcare coverage.