: Medicare Premium Payment Options – Cigna : Medicare Premium Payment Options – Cigna

Information on how to pay your premium online, by check, automatic withdrawal, and more.

Online Payments

Log in or register on to access our online bill pay service. Once you’ve accessed the site, click on the “Pay Your Medicare Premium” button on the homepage.

Pay your monthly plan premium any time with our secure payment website available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

In order to make a payment, you will need your:

  • Cigna ID card
  • 8- or 11-digit customer ID number
  • ZIP code
  • Date of birth
  • Credit or debit card number and expiration date or your checking or savings bank account number and routing number. (You do not have to be the bank account holder to make a payment, but you must be an authorized user on the bank account.)


Automatic Payments

Set it and forget it. Have your premium automatically withdrawn from your bank account or debit card, or charged to your credit card.

Sign up online or by phone or mail.

To set up automatic payments, you will need your:

  • Cigna ID card
  • 8- or 11-digit customer ID number
  • ZIP code
  • Date of birth

Three Ways to Sign Up for Automatic Payments

Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) Benefits Check Withdrawal

Have your monthly plan premiums withdrawn from your Social Security check or your Railroad Retirement Board benefits check, so you never miss a payment.

In order to set up a monthly plan withdrawal, you will need your:

  • Cigna ID card
  • 8- or 11-digit customer ID number
  • ZIP code
  • Date of birth

Pay by Phone

Make a payment with customer service assistance or by using our automated phone system at 1 (800) 222-6700 (TTY 711).

Pay by Check

Mail your monthly premium payment directly to our plan with a check or money order along with the bottom portion of your invoice.

Mail to:
P.O. Box 747102
Pittsburgh, PA 15274-7102

How much are my Part D premiums?

Your premiums will depend on which plan you choose and where you live. Most people will pay the standard monthly Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D) premium, but you may have to pay extra if you didn’t sign up for Part D when you first became eligible and you have a late enrollment penalty. You will receive a notice if this penalty applies to you.

If you receive Extra Help, the table below does not show your premiums. For more information, contact us at 1 (877) 459-3353 (TTY toll-free 711), 7 days a week from 8 am – 8 pm, ET.

Note: You may have an additional fee calculated based on your yearly earnings. If this applies to you, the Social Security Administration (not your Cigna Medicare Part D plan) will send you a letter telling you what the amount will be and how to separately pay it. It cannot be paid with your monthly Part D premium.

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