Currently, no Medigap policies with drug coverage are being sold. However, you may have joined a Medigap policy in the past that includes drug coverage.
If you currently have a Medigap policy that covers prescription drugs (you have one of the standardized Medigap plans H, I, or J or a non-standardized Medigap plan that includes drug coverage):
You can't have prescription coverage from both a Medigap policy and a Medicare drug plan. You will generally save money and get better coverage with the Medicare drug coverage. Medicare coverage will never run out if you have high drug costs.
Your Medigap plan should have sent you information that explains how your current coverage compares to the standard Medicare prescription drug coverage. Do not make any decisions until you have read this information. If you did not receive it, you should contact your Medigap plan.
If your Medigap plan has told you that your current coverage is, on average, at least as good as the Medicare standard drug coverage (creditable drug coverage):
If your Medigap plan has told you that your current coverage is not, on average, at least as good as standard Medicare drug coverage (non-creditable):