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Complimentary Travel Insurance from Manulife with Aeroplan

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  • Sep 18th, 2020 4:38 pm
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Nov 5, 2006
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Complimentary? Good luck getting a payout with a penny-pinching Canadian insurer. Pouting Face Better read those ambiguously-worded exclusions very carefully.
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Just be careful with this stuff. The regular plan has $5 millions emergency medical insurance. But Medical Coverage after a COVID-19 positive test result in destination is up to $200,000 CDN per insured

https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/hom ... rance.html
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Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
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Getting insurance with a company that won't pay out or is unfair is basically worse than having no insurance at all because you actually think you have insurance.
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choclover wrote: Getting insurance with a company that won't pay out or is unfair is basically worse than having no insurance at all because you actually think you have insurance.
To be fair...lot of ppl gloss over the "questions" and just say NO to everything without actually thinking about the questions or answering truthfully. Ppl just think that it doesn't matter when of course it does because when you need it you're gonna be denied.

It's in high profile cases that are brought to the media where this happens and the perception is the company "won't pay out" "in many cases" when in fact they likely mostly do pay out the vast majority of claims. It's unfortunate that compassion isn't a criteria in claim rulings.
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It's from two of the best assurance companies, AP and ML.



You can't go wrong with this.


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It’s free, you can pay for more travel insurance if you want. How is this a downvoted deal?
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davext wrote: It’s free, you can pay for more travel insurance if you want. How is this a downvoted deal?
Because the airline is trying to give people a false sense of security, as in "you're covered", when in reality, $100K could easily be a drop in the bucket should something happen and you need "the works" at a hospital in a foreign country. So it's almost like there's no point to this if I need to get my own policy to be truly covered (I still wouldn't feel comfortable travelling now in any case).
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Oct 14, 2015
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Just read the policy. I’ve heard and experienced great things with Manulife, their travel agent sold policies, which pay out with no hassle for minor claims to see a doc, prescriptions etc. I’m sure any hospitalization may cause some back and forth for any claim on any insurer, but they are one of the better ones imo.
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davext wrote: It’s free, you can pay for more travel insurance if you want. How is this a downvoted deal?
Air Canada is the new Canadian Tire Auto of RFD. Post AC threads if you're looking for a trip to Bolivia.
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toguy wrote: Because the airline is trying to give people a false sense of security, as in "you're covered", when in reality, $100K could easily be a drop in the bucket should something happen and you need "the works" at a hospital in a foreign country. So it's almost like there's no point to this if I need to get my own policy to be truly covered (I still wouldn't feel comfortable travelling now in any case).
To be fair in a country like Mexico that would be enough. These insurance policies are only available to flights for Mexico and the Carribean.
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Does the insurance pay out in the form of Air Canada vouchers that need to be used within 2 years?
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Poutinesauce wrote: To be fair in a country like Mexico that would be enough. These insurance policies are only available to flights for Mexico and the Carribean.
if you get COVID in mexico they will fly you to florida where your $200k gets you a greeting card signed by a doctor and a complimentary wristband.

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