Another tip when buying insurance - some companies automatically include your airfare, so you don't need to add that into the amount of insurance you're buying. I've also noticed pricing often changes in $500 increments, meaning when they ask for your total trip non-refundable cost, if you input $1500 versus $1501, there is a big difference in price. As an example, if a trip is $1300, I recommend checking out the pricing by imputing both $1300 and $1500 and if the cost for insurance is the same, get coverage for $1500! You never know what additional non-refundable expenses you'll have on top of the base trip cost.
|My travel buddy's missed flight almost meant a |
missed Caribbean cruise for us both, but thanks to travel
insurance we were relaxing on the beach in no time!