August 22, 2016 by Brad Gunning

How Much Does Medicare Part D Cost?

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Medicare Open EnrollmentPrescription drug coverage is an important component of any “Turning 65” healthcare plan. The good news is not only are Medicare Part D prescription drug plans affordable, but they’re often cheaper than what you were paying before you became eligible.

Medicare Part D Rates

The exact costs vary depending on where you live (among other factors), but generally you can get a solid Medicare Part D plan for somewhere between $18 and $40 per month. Let’s take a look at some real-life Medicare Part D prescription drug quotes for a few regions across the United States. Keep in mind, these rates can change, but they should give you a general idea of what you might expect to pay depending on where you live. We have prescription drug coverage plans available in 27 different states. For a personalized quote, please give us a call or request a quote online.

Medicare Part D in Alabama

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Alabama:

  • Birmingham: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $21.40 (no deductible)
  • Huntsville: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $21.40 (no deductible)
  • Mobile: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $21.40 (no deductible)
  • Tuscaloosa: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $21.40 (no deductible)

Alabama Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in California

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in California:

  • Los Angeles: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)9
  • San Diego: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • San Francisco: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • Sacramento: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • San Jose: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • Anaheim: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • Fresno: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)
  • San Bernardino: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.10 (no deductible)

California Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Florida

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Florida:

  • Miami: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $25.60 (no deductible)
  • Tallahassee: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $25.60 (no deductible)
  • Jacksonville: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $25.60 (no deductible)
  • Tampa: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $25.60 (no deductible)
  • Orlando: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $25.60 (no deductible)

Florida Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Georgia

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Georgia:

  • Atlanta: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.80 (no deductible)
  • Columbus: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.80 (no deductible)
  • Augusta: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.80 (no deductible)
  • Savannah: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.80 (no deductible)

Georgia Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Missouri

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Missouri:

  • Kansas City: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $20.90 (no deductible)
  • Springfield: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $20.90 (no deductible)
  • St. Louis: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $20.90 (no deductible)
  • Maryville: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $20.90 (no deductible)
  • St. Charles: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $20.90 (no deductible)

Missouri Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Montana

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Montana:

  • Billings: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24 (no deductible)
  • Bozeman: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24 (no deductible)
  • Missoula: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24 (no deductible)
  • Helena: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24 (no deductible)

MontanaPlans1

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in New Hampshire

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in New Hampshire:

  • Manchester: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.70 (no deductible)
  • Concord: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.70 (no deductible)
  • Franklin: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.70 (no deductible)
  • Nashua: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.70 (no deductible)

New Hampshire Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in New Jersey

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in New Jersey:

  • Newark: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $30.20 (no deductible)
  • Trenton: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $30.20 (no deductible)
  • Jersey City: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $30.20 (no deductible)
  • Camden: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $30.20 (no deductible)

New Jersey Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in North Dakota

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in North Dakota:

  • Bismarck: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)
  • Fargo: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)
  • Minot: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)
  • Carrington: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)

North Dakota Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Oklahoma

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Oklahoma:

  • Oklahoma City: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.80 (no deductible)
  • Tulsa: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.80 (no deductible)
  • Lawton: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.80 (no deductible)

Oklahoma Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Ohio

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Ohio:

  • Columbus: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.60 (no deductible)
  • Cincinnati: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.60 (no deductible)
  • Cleveland: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $19.60 (no deductible)

Ohio Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in South Carolina

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in South Carolina:

  • Charleston: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.10 (no deductible)
  • Columbia: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.10 (no deductible)
  • Greenville: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.10 (no deductible)
  • Goose Creek: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.10 (no deductible)

South Carolina Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in South Dakota

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in South Dakota:

  • Sioux Falls: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)
  • Rapid City: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)
  • Pierre: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $24.00 (no deductible)

South Dakota Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Texas

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Texas:

  • Houston: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)
  • Dallas: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)
  • San Antonio: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)
  • Austin: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)
  • Lubbock: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)
  • El Paso: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $22.90 (no deductible)

Texas Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 

Medicare Part D in Virginia

Here are the cheapest Medicare Part D quotes for different cities in Virginia:

  • Richmond: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.40 (no deductible)
  • Arlington: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.40 (no deductible)
  • Virginia Beach: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.40 (no deductible)
  • Roanoke: $18.39 ($360 deductible); $23.40 (no deductible)

Virginia Medicare Plans

 

 

 

 

 


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*Disclaimer: The information in this blog is provided for educational purposes only and does not constitute an offer for insurance. The figures provided are merely estimates and are current only as of the time of this posting. Please request a quote for more accurate personalized Medicare Part D rates.
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What is the Cost of Medicare Part D?
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What is the Cost of Medicare Part D?
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We look at the cost of prescription drug coverage in various regions across the United States.
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