First Class Travel Infinite Cardholder Agreement

Thank you for coming to GreedyRates with your question. If you currently have the TD Aeroplan Visa Infinite Card and have used your miles to pay for an impending flight, you are absolutely covered by the card`s emergency medical and trip cancellation insurance. According to the fine print, a covered trip is defined as a trip for which “the full cost of your account and/or the use of your Aeroplan miles has been charged.” This means that no matter how you pay for the trip, whether through points or the card directly, the card`s insurance benefits will continue to apply so you can feel safer in all circumstances. Have fun traveling! Hello, Wendy, as long as you are entitled to coverage as a cardholder, if you were taking the covered trip, your parent is also covered, whether you or your spouse are traveling with them or not. The trip must only meet the criteria to be “covered” (see cardholder agreement/performance guide) and your parent must remain your family member and a resident of Canada during the trip. If you find a better offer of hotels or flights elsewhere, you have the option to adjust the price, but there are some restrictions: you must have booked within the last 24 hours; Your travel plans must be at least 48 hours apart; and travel dates as well as flight and hotel classes must be the same to assert a right. If you`re wondering why you`re not entitled to cancellation/interruption insurance when your trip was booked before the travel recommendation went into effect, I asked this question to travel insurance adjuster Robin Ingle, CEO of Ingle International, and he says it`s because there`s no real trip cancellation if the airline hasn`t flown in. .

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