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  •  You realize that (3+ / 0-)
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    mconvente, sacrelicious, Larsstephens

    the first link is is from  It's not an estimate, it's the data for the federal exchange plans.

    But if you're not even curious, then that's your prerogative.

    •  Also keep in mind (0+ / 0-)

      You're going to have to enter a whole load of personal info into the "official" site before you even get to the pricing.  That second link OP posted is probably better if you want to comparison shop (not sure if you're 'sworn' to whatever information you put into the real site application or you can change the info to play 'what if')

    •  I am but I couldn't get on yesterday..... (0+ / 0-)

      nosotros no somos estúpidos

      by a2nite on Wed Oct 02, 2013 at 12:50:29 PM PDT

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    •  I used your second link to get to my state (1+ / 0-)
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      nuclear winter solstice

      info, and it only gave me premiums. No details of what is covered under each plan, no subsidy info, nothing.

      Might as well just type in ACA in Google and get whatever site pops up.

      I'll also wait for to open up. I have time.

      I'd like to start a new meme: "No means no" is a misnomer. It should be "Only 'Yes' means yes." Just because someone doesn't say "No" doesn't mean they've given consent. If she didn't say "Yes", there is no consent.

      by second gen on Wed Oct 02, 2013 at 01:16:28 PM PDT

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      •  As I said in the diary - go to the insurer's page (1+ / 0-)
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        This will give you the name of the issuer and the plan's  name.  That's a lot more than you'll find with a random google search; I've been hitting my head against the wall for days.

        Once you have the starting point (insurer and plan name), then go to the insurer's own website.  I've been successful in finding many of those plans myself, including the deductibles, coverage, etc.

        It's a start, and it's more than you can get from right now.

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