The TruTravel Economy plan is a budget-friendly option if you will be going on a trip costing less than $10,000 per person. If your trip will cost more than $10,000 per person, you may want to review the TruTravel Premier plan, which offers trip cost coverage up to $75,000 per person.
Whether your trip is a long weekend getaway, a week-long visit to a relative’s house several states away, or a trek across the country, the TruTravel Economy plan can help in the event your travels don’t go as planned. You may be booking several flights with connections, hotels and purchasing tickets to events. The costs add up quickly.
This plan offers trip cancellation coverage for a list of covered perils that travelers may face, the number one being an unforeseen illness or injury. Reimbursement would be up to 100% of the pre-paid non-refundable trip cost if you had to cancel prior to departure for a covered reason.
The Economy plan offers emergency medical benefits which could reimburse medical bills due to covered treatment during your trip. Also, a 24-hour emergency assistance service phone line is available, whether you are within or outside of the U.S., with representatives that can help find the nearest medical facility and assist with making emergency travel arrangements.