Travel Insured Worldwide Trip Protector

The Worldwide Trip Protector is a mid-tier comprehensive trip cost protection plan offered by Travel Insured International.

Plan highlights:

  • All children, age 17 or younger, are covered at no additional cost when they are traveling with an insured related adult.
  • Trip Cancellation and Interruption coverage is included, with Trip Interruption reimbursing up to 150% of the insured pre-paid non-refundable trip cost.
  • Trip Delay coverage is included as well as Missed Connection and Itinerary Change coverage, which can come in handy if you are taking a cruise or tour.
  • Also included are Baggage, Medical and Emergency Medical Evacuation coverages.
  • Time sensitive benefits that are available if all eligibility requirements are met are, the Pre-Existing Conditions Waiver and Financial Default coverage.
  • Optional Increase Benefit Limit Upgrade and Primary Coverage

Because there are time sensitive benefits, it is best to purchase this plan soon after your initial trip payment so that you get the most that this plan has to offer.

The plan information below is nonspecific. To see actual amounts and to check plan availability, get a quote.

Plan Info
Plan Type
Comprehensive
View Certificate
View Certificate
Refund Policy
14 Day Review Period
Insurance Underwriter
United States Fire Insurance Company
AM Best Rating
A
Years in Business
109

Coverage amounts are per person, unless otherwise noted.
Click a coverage to read details or view the full certificate.

Trip Protection
Trip Cancellation
Trip Cost
Trip Interruption
Trip Cost + 50%
Financial Default
14 day wait, if purchased within 21 days of Initial Trip Payment
Terrorism in Itinerary City
Foreign & U.S. Domestic
Interrupt for Any Reason
Cancel for Any Reason
Baggage Loss
$1,000 (secondary)
Baggage Delay
12+ hours
$300 max.
(secondary)
Travel Delay
6+ hours
$200/day
$1,000 max.
(secondary)
Supplier Default
Medical
Medical Limit
$100,000 (secondary)
Complications of Pregnancy
Terrorism
Dental
$750 Incl. in Medical (secondary)
Emergency Medical Expenses
Pre-Existing Conditions
Sudden Recurrence
Waiver
If insurance purchased within 21 days of Initial Trip Payment
Lookback Period
60 Days
Pre-Existing Condition Period
Evacuation
Medical Evacuation
$1,000,000 (secondary)
Evacuation from
Evacuation to
Evacuation criteria
Accidental Death
24-Hr Full Coverage
$10,000
Common Carrier
Included in Accidental Death - 24-Hour
Flight Only
$0
$100,000 (+$)
$250,000 (+$)
$500,000 (+$)
$1,000,000 (+$)
Additional Benefits
24-Hour Emergency Assistance
Yes
Rental Car
$0
$50,000 (+$)

Primary Coverage (+$)

Increase Benefit Limit Upgrade (+$)
Cancel for Work Reasons Benefit Included

Identity Theft Services

Political and Natural Disaster Evacuation

Itinerary Change
Available to
U.S. Residents

Customer Ratings

Our customers rate the Travel Insured Worldwide Trip Protector plan on our site

(4.54)
on average based on 864 reviews.

Better Business Bureau Rating
A+

A.M. Best Rating
A

Latest Reviews

Travel Insured
Worldwide Trip Protector
Have used InsureMyTrip three times now and am very satisfied with their service. Would definitely use them again.
Arthur G.
Travel Insured
Worldwide Trip Protector
The ease of purchasing the plan, using both the website and the phone conversation I had with the customer service representative was very beneficial. I felt confident I was purchasing the plan I needed for my somewhat complex travel plans, and knew what I would do should I need to use the plan during the trip. I would definitely use your company again for future travel.
Anne K.
Travel Insured
Worldwide Trip Protector
The claim that we made was processed fairly, but not promptly. I would suggest that anyone that is taking out a policy to obtain the medical treatment form before going on a trip since that appeared to be one of the major points of dispute with getting reimbursed. The provider just was not very willing to accept the medical statement that was provided from the ship. The second point is that one must be aware of the provisions of the policy and be prepared to remind, several times, what the contract of insurance actually states to the provider. Otherwise, the carrier will not seem to be aware what certain terms like "spouse" and "occupied same cabin" means in continually requesting the same information.
Gilbert G.
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