Travel Guard is the largest travel insurance provider in the United States, protecting more than 6 million travelers every year.
We offer the following plans from Travel Guard:
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Although we did not have to use the insurance, it gave us peace of mind! Thank you :-)Christopher M.
Hard to say about coverage and satisfaction until I actually have to use it and file a claim. From what I read and I understood it seemed ok and I was satisfied.Napisa R.
My baggage was delayed, and I called Travel Guard. They were able to track my bag in better time than the airline, and gave me updated information on where it was and when it would be delivered to me. Really gave me peace of mind!Laura R.
Bought this plan at the last minute because of some sleepless worried nights. I was really concerned about medical coverage since we were traveling out of the country with our 5 children, but when our flight was delayed 2 days on our return I breathed a sigh of relief when I remembered the insurance policy I had purchased. Meals, lodging, and transportation for 7 people for 2 days adds up quite quickly. My husband wanted to give me a "Wife of the Year" Award for thinking to buy this policy! The travel assistance people were wonderful. They found and booked us adjoining rooms from the airport. What could have been a hugely stressful situation-being stranded 2000 miles from our home-was only mildly stressful. When we came home, I turned in all my receipts and filled out a small amount of paperwork. I had a check in the mail within 3 weeks. Easy and helpful. I can not praise Travel Guard enough.Jeremy K.
I felt the plan was sufficient enough for my purposes.Yvette J.
My wife and I are residents of Michigan and will be taking a grand child who is a resident of Colorado with the flight originating in Colorado for 9 days in June to Costa Rica. We need medical and evacuation etc insurance for her. Is the cost of her insurance free since she is traveling with us?
Unfortunately, because she resides in a different state, she would need a separate policy and would not be free.