June 1, 2020
Due to travel restrictions, plans are only available with travel dates on or after
Due to travel restrictions, plans are only available with effective start dates on or after
Ukraine; Belarus; Moldova, Republic of; (North) Korea, Democratic People's Rep; Russian Federation
Israel; Jamaica; Republic of Ireland; Northern Ireland;
Definition: Cancel Anytime can reimburse 80% of your unused, pre-paid, non-refundable trip costs if you cancel your trip for almost any unforeseeable reason your plan does not already cover.
Cancel Anytime is available as an upgrade to certain travel insurance plans, specifically OneTrip Prime and OneTrip Premier. (Cancel Anytime is not offered in all states.) To purchase the Cancel Anytime upgrade, you must insure the full cost of your trip within 14 days of paying your first trip deposit or other trip expense. Also, the start date of your trip must be at least 30 days in the future.
You may cancel your trip anytime up until and including the day of your scheduled departure, as long as you haven’t yet left on your trip.
Example: You secretly book a Mediterranean cruise as a surprise for your spouse, to celebrate your 25th anniversary. Then, your daughter calls: She’s planning an impromptu wedding that same week, when her fiancé returns from his work overseas.
You can’t miss the wedding. But the cruise is nonrefundable, and you’d hate to lose all the money you spent on your anniversary trip, since impromptu weddings are not typically covered under normal travel insurance plans. Luckily, you purchased the Cancel Anytime upgrade when you bought travel insurance. That means you can cancel the cruise and get 80% of your trip costs back, so you can reschedule for another time.