Subscribe to Steve's Wall Street Journal Recommended Blog
Unless specifically listed for a State, TravelSafe’s Classic Plan Document also includes the Classic Plus plan because the Cancel For Any Reason coverage is an optional upgrade on the Classic plan.
Scroll down to find your State-Specific Description of Coverages

TravelSafe Classic Plan Documents

AK-Classic.pdf AL-Classic.pdf
AR-Classic.pdf AZ-Classic.pdf
CA-Classic.pdf CO-Classic.pdf
CT-Classic.pdf DC-Classic.pdf
DE-Classic.pdf FL-Classic.pdf
GA-Classic.pdf HI-Classic.pdf
IA-Classic.pdf ID-Classic.pdf
IL-Classic.pdf IN-Classic.pdf
KS-Classic.pdf KY-Classic.pdf
LA-Classic.pdf MA-Classic.pdf
MD-Classic.pdf ME-Classic.pdf
MI-Classic.pdf MN-Classic.pdf
MO-Classic.pdf MS-Classic.pdf
MT-Classic.pdf NC-Classic.pdf
ND-Classic.pdf NE-Classic.pdf
NH-Classic.pdf NJ-Classic.pdf
NM-Classic.pdf NV-Classic.pdf
NY-Classic.pdf OH-Classic.pdf
OK-Classic.pdf OR-Classic.pdf
PA-Classic.pdf RI-Classic.pdf
SC-Classic.pdf SD-Classic.pdf
TN-Classic.pdf TX-Classic.pdf
UT-Classic.pdf VA-Classic.pdf
VT-Classic.pdf WA-Classic.pdf
WI-Classic.pdf WV-Classic.pdf
WY-Classic.pdf

State Specific TravelSafe Classic Plus Plan Documents

FL-Classic-CFAR.pdf KS-Classic-CFAR.pdf
MO-Classic-CFAR.pdf VA-Classic-CFAR.pdf
WA-Classic-CFAR.pdf

If you already know you want the TravelSafe Classic or Plus plan, click here to go to the TravelSafe Classic and Plus plans’ secure online order form. You may call us toll free at 1-888-407-3854 to order over the telephone, too.


Ready to Purchase? It's easy and safe to purchase online or over the phone - just call Steve at (888) 407-3854 or (816) 282-6858.

PS - Read Steve's Blog or you may Subscribe to Steve's blog here

PPS - Even though TripInsuranceStore.com is the world's most informative travel insurance website, you are still responsible to know the coverage terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions of your plan. No comments or explanations confirm or deny coverage. You need to refer to each plan's policy wording.

PPPS - The Trip Cancellation coverage begins at 12:01 a.m. on the day after the date the policy is purchased. All other coverages begin when you leave home for your trip when your departure date is in the future.

Get side-by-side plan & price comparisons


Home |  Popular |  FAQs |  Site Map |  Buy |  Wall Street Journal Recommended Blog |  Specialties |  Privacy |  Recommend this page | How Have We Done? |  Links |  Service & Contact

2458