The following information is a summary only. Please visit your Guide to Benefits for information. Benefit Overview Trip Cancellation offers compensation if a loss keeps you from traveling or before the passing and ends.
Trip Interruption offers compensation if a loss on the method into the stage of death or after passing induces disruption of your trip that is covered. Additionally, it may offer compensation if a trip is delayed because of a loss that is covered when there is a death date placed, and penalties are incurred.
The information below applies to the two positive aspects. Reimbursement can be supplied for nonrefundable traveling expenditures such as tours passenger excursions and resorts.
- Covers excursions when traveling arrangements to get a prepaid tour, excursion or holiday have been bought with a qualified Chase card with benefits earned on a qualified Chase card
- Reimbursement is more than any travel insurance coverage bought, or compensation in the occupancy supplier or common carriers like an airline, bus, cruise ship, or train.
Who is Covered - Trip cancellation
- Immediate family members (even if the Cardholder isn't traveling together )
Around $5,000 per covered trip along with a maximum limitation of $10,000 per event plus a maximum benefit amount per 12-month span of 20,000
- A household of four charges a covered trip to their Chase card pays rewards made to a Chase card to get a covered trip that charges $3,000/individual. The payoff will be $10,000 because this will be the limit per event In case the household experiences a reduction of $12,000 for your trip.
- A Cardholder fees a covered trip to their Chase card pays rewards made to a Chase card to get a covered trip that costs $4,000. The payoff will be $ 4,000 because that's significantly less than the maximum limitation of $ 5,000 per trip In the event the Cardholder encounters a reduction of $ 4,000 for your excursion.
What is Covered
This isn't a comprehensive listing. Examples include:
- Accidental bodily injury, loss of life, or illness experienced from the Cardholder, a travel companion or a direct relative of the Cardholder or a travel companion
- Intense weather which prevents the beginning or continuation a covered trip
- Terrorist actions or hijacking
- Jury responsibility or a court subpoena that Cannot Be postponed or postponed
- What Is Not CoveredThis isn't a comprehensive listing. Examples include: Traveling arrangements canceled or altered with a frequent carrier, tour operator, or some travel service unless the cancellation is caused by severe weather or even a coordinated attack affecting public transport
- Change in programs or financial situation
- A preexisting illness
- Traveling against the advice of a doctor
- A declared or undeclared war
- Trips that exceed 60 days in length aren't insured financial bankruptcy of their Cardholder's travel agency, tour operator, or traveling provider
Major Claim Information and Timeframes
- You, the Cardholder, need to notify the traveling provider within two days of receiving help from a doctor that traveling isn't medically advisable (Trip Cancellation only)
- You need to file a written claim within 20 days following the event (or when reasonably possible)
- The Benefit Administrator will send you a claim form when you report your loss. You have to submit a completed claim form with supporting documentation within 90 days from the date of the event (or when reasonably possible)
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These benefits are available once you use your card. Limitations, restrictions, and exclusions apply. Benefits are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies that claim and are responsible for the administration. There are documentation demands and time constraints. Please consult with your Guide to Benefits or telephone the number.