How To Get Good Travel Health Insurance With No Deductibles and Copays

by Steve Dasseos on February 22, 2008

Hello, Students from our school are going to Jamaica and we need Travel Health Insurance. Can you help me? Thanks, Morgan

Morgan brings up a need that sounds simple enough on the surface, but it’s really more complicated because US & Canadian residents with fixed travel dates have 2 choices for Travel Health Insurance:

1) Using what’s commonly known as a Travel Health Insurance plan. These plans have 3 drawbacks: deductibles, copays and restrictive pre-existing conditions coverage. You can learn more about Travel Health Insurance plans here.

2) Get a trip cancellation / interruption plan. These plans have no deductibles nor copays. And they have good pre-existing conditions coverage.

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