One reason that we do not travel much anymore is because of my RSD. I know, I post about it a lot, but it does effect every aspect of my (our) life. I worry that we will plan a vacation and something will happen to make it where we can not travel, whether it be due to my condition, or any other emergency. Traveling is not cheap, but having Allianz Travel Insurance can help with the risk. Allianz Travel Insurance can protect your financial investment in the event that an insured trip needs to be cancelled or interrupted as long as the circumstances are covered by the traveler’s policy. You never know when a medical emergency may pop up.
Allianz Travel Insurance has conducted its Vacation Confidence Index Survey each year since 2009. In this years survey results they discovered that more Americans will travel this year, but they plan to spend less on trips. Everyone is wants to save money on vacations and will be looking for trips that offer the best possible value. Be sure to check out tips for saving money while traveling.
So what do they do? Travel insurance provides coverage for pre-paid, non-refundable trip expenses (up to the limits of the policy) if a trip has to be cancelled or interrupted for a reason covered by the customer’s insurance policy. It protects the policy holder’s health in case of medical emergencies as well.
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Allianz Travel Insurance can be purchased through many leading travel agents, most US airlines, online travel agencies (OTAs) and other well-known travel suppliers, and online at www.allianztravelinsurance.com. Knowing about this gives me hope that we can plan a trip for our entire family without the stress of the “what ifs”.
Today’s post is sponsored by Allianz Travel Insurance through the Bloggy Moms Network.
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