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Medicare Prescription Drug Plans: When Can I Enroll in Medicare Part D? (Continued)

Your Initial Enrollment Period

It’s your first chance to enroll in a Medicare Part D plan, and it offers you seven full months to consider your decision.

Your Initial Enrollment Period begins three full months before your 65th birthday, includes your entire birth month and runs for three more months after that.

A Special Enrollment Period

You probably shouldn’t count on having access to a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). But if the circumstances warrant it, you could get the opportunity to enroll in a prescription drug plan through an SEP.

Some of the circumstances that could make you eligible for an SEP include moving to an area where your current plan isn’t accepted, having your plan removed from the Medicare program, missing an enrollment period due to a federally-declared emergency and more.

Find Out More

Get personalized answers to your questions about enrolling in a Medicare Part D plan. Talk to one of our licensed Medicare agents to get specifics on when you can enroll in Part D, which of your medications will be covered, how much you can expect to pay and much more.

Call 1-800-991-4407 (TTY 711) any time between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday.