Wellcare Classic (PDP) is a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan by Wellcare.

This plan offers Basic drug benefits that meet the required standard Medicare Part D drug benefits.

In terms of monthly costs, Wellcare Classic (PDP) has a premium of $33.50 ($0.00 with full assistance). You will owe this amount each month regardless of whether or not you use your drug plan.

This drug plan has a $0 premium with full assistance. That means you may be able to enroll for no monthly cost after cost assistance.

When it comes to out-of-pocket costs, this plan has a Part D drug Deductible of $480.00. Each drug tier may be subject to different cost-sharing in each coverage phase, so keep that in mind when considering out-of-pocket costs.

Check out the drug formulary below for more information, or reach out to a licensed Medicare agent for help using the call number on this page. Alternatively, if you know what plan you want, you can enroll online yourself using our site as well.

Plan Basics
Contract Year 2022
Medicare Type Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D)
CMS Plan ID S4802-076-000
Plan Organization Wellcare
Plan Type Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
Plan Name Wellcare Classic (PDP)
Plan Organization Type PDP
National PDP Y
Benefit Type Basic
Special Needs Plan No
Overall Star Rating Not Applicable
Plan Cost Sharing
Monthly Part D Basic Premium $33.50
Monthly Part D Supplemental Premium $0.00
Monthly Part D Total Premium $33.50
Monthly Part D Premium Full Assistance $0.00
Monthly Part D Premium 75% Assistance $8.40
Monthly Part D Premium 50% Assistance $16.70
Monthly Part D Premium 25% Assistance $25.10
Part D Drug Deductible $480.00
Annual Drug Deductible $480.00
Gap Coverage No
Official Medicare Contact
Medicare Phone 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)
Medicare TTY User 1-877-486-2048

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