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  • Should I include frequent flyer miles “cost” of the airline ticket ?

    Filed Under: FAQ
    Author: Anupama

Q: Should I include frequent flyer miles “cost” of the airline ticket ?

A: Generally the insurance companies will not insure tickets bought with miles or reward points because no money has been paid. As the insurance companies do not insure frequent flyer miles ticket, you should insure yourself for adequate trip interruption coverage. Make sure that you have purchased enough trip interruption for insurance coverage for an air ticket. This can cover the cost of an economy ticket home plus the cost of any unused, non-refundable land arrangements that you might lose if you have to interrupt your trip.

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