Basic post-departure insurance coverage is provided within your program. This coverage includes emergency medical coverage, lost baggage and trip delays. Trip Cancellation coverage is NOT included in this package and must be purchased separately. We recommend you purchase additional Trip Cancellation or Cancel Any Time coverage to protect your vacation in the event of unforeseen circumstances that may require you to cancel your trip. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a customized quote. This coverage must be purchased by the time you make your final payment for the trip in order for you to receive the pre-existing conditions waiver.
Our Offered Insurance Package Benefits
Trip Cancellation: Up to amount purchased
Trip Interruption: Up to 150% of amount purchased
Travel/Trip Delay: $750
Baggage Coverage: $1,500
Baggage Delay Coverage: $500
Emergency Medical/Dental Coverage: $50,000
Emergency Transportation: $250,000
24-Hour Hotline Assistance: Included
Why Purchase Additional Trip Cancellation Coverage?
We strongly recommend that you purchase the additional trip cancellation to protect your trip investment and yourself while traveling to protect the “unforeseen” circumstances that may cause you to cancel your trip for medical reasons, or to care for a sick family member and receive a refund on your trip costs. This plan is very affordable & flexible.
Top Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance
Life is unpredictable. Some trips need to be cancelled.
With travel insurance, travelers don't necessarily have to pay for a trip they are unable to take.
Millions of bags are delayed, damaged, or stolen annually.
Travelex can provide coverage to replace needed items right away.
Credit card coverage may not provide sufficient coverage for travel.
Most credit cards don't provide comprehensive coverage that travel insurance offers and, often, only takes effect if you purchase the entire trip on the credit card. Another consideration is they typically do not provide medical insurance.
Travel insurance can provide peace of mind - especially for travel outside the United States, where many hospitals request cash payments in the thousands before treatment can even begin.
Health insurance may not go the distance.
The majority of U.S. health insurance policies (including Medicare and Medicaid) don't cover international travel. And, those that do will likely not cover the cost of medical evacuation back to the U.S. which can cost more than $50,000.
Lost or forgotten medication?
Travel insurance can provide assistance to assist you in locating a pharmacy to purchase a new prescription.
In the event of an emergency, airlines are not required to refund a ticket.
It's ultimately the airline's decision whether a traveler's situation warrants a full refund of the ticket cost. Most times however, airlines will merely offer a credit voucher (the original purchase price minus a penalty fee) towards future travel.
Flight delays can add up.
It is not the airline's responsibility to cover costs associated with delayed flights or refund money due to missed connections. Travel insurance can reimburse you for costs associated with these, including rebooking fees, meals and accommodations.
How to Enroll
Please email email@example.com for a customized quote. This coverage must be purchased by the time you make your final payment for the trip in order for you to receive the pre-existing conditions waiver.