Sure you can! It's probably not a good idea, though. They don't "stack" on top of each other, they "coordinate". Most people who do what you're doing, find out that it rarely pays more to buy two insurances, and they end up getting all angry when they finally figure out how the two coverages apply.
by mbrcatz - 21 hours ago
The benefits can overlap but you won't be able to "double dip." Here is a free medical discount card you can use to help you find the lowest price possible on any drug prescriptions. I think this can help your situation. And you can print the card right off the site. http://www.greatamericanmeds.com/en/Landing1.html
by David Smith - 21 hours ago
You can, but it's unlikely it'll make sense unless you know you're going to max out the benefits on what would be your primary policy. You can't double dip.
by Insurance Pickle.com - 21 hours ago
why would you want to keep paying for dupe insurance? - it's wasted money - bills are not going to be paid twice and you may have issues trying to use two different insurance plans with one dentist
by Zarg222 - 21 hours ago
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