Travel Insurance Tips From InsureMyTrip.com: How Do You Know When the Price is Right?


Vacations always seem better when there’s a ‘deal’ involved; four nights for the price of three, buy one ticket and a companion flies free, etc. These days especially, a little time, effort, and careful research can earn you a lot more trip for a little less money. But without travel insurance, even a bargain vacation can quickly go bust.

Shop Around:
The best way to ‘save’ money with travel insurance is to consider what it is you most want to protect against and purchase the policy that best meets your needs. Start by shopping around. Everyone’s travel needs are different, but InsureMyTrip.com offers all the leading U.S. travel insurance companies on one site so you can do side-by-side comparisons of policies and prices quickly and easily. Policy prices and coverage vary greatly and it’s important to know that you don’t always have to pay more to get more.

Protect Your Trip Investment:
If you want to protect your trip investment then a Trip Cancellation Package Policy is your best choice. Policy premiums range from 4 to 8 percent of your total trip cost, which is a reflection of the breadth of coverage and plan choices available. This wide variety enables you to select the plan that best fits your budget and travel needs. “Travel insurance is your best defense against many of the most common risks affecting travel today,” advises Jim Grace, President and CEO of InsureMyTrip.com. Factors that determine the cost of travel insurance include the type of insurance coverage you choose, the cost of your trip, your age, the number of travelers in your party, and the length of your trip.

To learn more about the protection plans that best suit your travel needs, call (800) 487-4722 or visit www.insuremytrip.com today.


Source: InsureMyTrip.com

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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog YourLifeIsATrip.com and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".