We don’t recommend it. It’s more cost-effective for you to select one plan or the other. It’s important to evaluate your travel plans for the year before taking an annual policy. If you did not initially anticipate taking a single trip with a value greater than $5,000, you would benefit from also taking a single … Read more
We would encourage you to purchase a single-trip Discovery plan, instead of the Multi-Trip Annual plan, to ensure you have enough coverage in the event you need to cancel or interrupt your trip.
The limits shown for the Multi-Trip Annual plan are the aggregate maximum limits for the plan year.
If you, a family member, or a traveling companion have a pre-existing medical condition, such as heart disease, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, or other conditions, you need to be aware that many travel insurance plans exclude any losses resulting from that condition. If you have to cancel or interrupt your trip due to that condition, or … Read more
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Pretty much! There are a few countries and regions where we can’t offer coverage or services: Afghanistan; Belarus; Burundi; Central African Republic; Chad; Crimea; Cuba; Donetsk; Iraq; Iran; Libya; Luhansk; Mauritania; Niger; North Korea; Republic of South Sudan; Russia; Somalia; Sudan; Syria; Ukraine; Venezuela; and Yemen.
You may select a start date for your policy up to 180 days into the future.
There’s no need to notify us! Go ahead and plan your trip, knowing that your battleface policy is valid the entire 12 months.
There is no limit to the number of trips you can take each 365-day period. Note that the coverage limits described are per annual policy, not per trip. The maximum covered length for any one trip is 40 days.