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Free State Farm Health Insurance Quote

There are three ways to receive a State Farm health insurance rate quote: online, over the phone, or in-person at your local agent’s office. You can view detailed information regarding available policies and the different coverage types on this page. The section below details how to use the website to obtain a free rate.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Go to the homepage.

Note: Due to the Affordable Healthcare Act, applicants can only purchase/enroll in certain plans during what’s known as an ‘Open Enrollment’ period (typically near the end of the calendar year). 


Step 2 – Select ‘Health’ from the drop-down list outlined below.


Step 3 – Choose the state you live in, and click the ‘Go’ button.

Note: Coverage is only available in certain states.


Step 4 – You will be transferred to the online rate quote form. Select whether you are a current customer or not, and then the type of coverage you want to receive a rate for.

Note: Click the ‘Continue’ button at the bottom of each step to move on to the next section.


Step 5 – On the next page enter your DOB, gender, and whether or not you want to add additional people to the quote (children, spouse, etc.).


Step 6 – Depending on the type of coverage you are getting a rate for, you may need to provide additional information. Otherwise, your customized quote will appear on the next page. Click the ‘Forward to Agent’ button if you want to purchase your plan/receive more details from a licensed representative.


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