AARP Medicare plans are from UnitedHealthcare. These plans can be purchased through the AARP's Medicare website. Medicare beneficiaries can also view plans and estimated costs online for their zip code. This makes it easy to evaluate AARP/UnitedHealthcare Medicare plans.
AARP Medicare plans are through UnitedHealthcare, a well-known health insurer. UnitedHealthcare offers AARP Medicare Advantage, Medicare Prescription Drug, Medicare Supplement Insurance, and combined Medicaid and Medicare plans.
While Part A and Part B (Original Medicare) are only available through a federal agency, a Medicare Advantage plan offers similar coverage.
Medigap plan availability may also vary. However, most Medicare beneficiaries should be able to find a Medicare plan from AARP's selection.
Some websites require demographic and contact information before showing visitors the available plans and estimated rates. While supplying demographic information can increase the accuracy of the quotes, it's nice to only have to provide your zip code.
It's also great that the AARP Medicare site does not require contact information for viewing available plans. This prevents Medicare shoppers receiving sales calls. Shopping for AARP Medicare plans from UnitedHealthcare is a convenient process.
AARP works with UnitedHealthcare to offer good customer support. Medicare shoppers can meet with a licensed agent in person, chat with one online, or call.
The AARP's Medicare website also has Medicare educational resources to help shoppers understand Medicare. Shoppers can also request a free Decision Guide for Medicare Supplement Plans and a general Medicare Guide to help you understand Medicare benefits.
The AARP Medicare Plans from UnitedHealthcare are different depending on a Medicare shopper's zip code. While plan offerings are not consistent across zip codes, it is easy to view the available plans through AARP's Medicare website.
Due to limited AARP Medicare reviews, a full recommendation for based on the customer experience is not possible.