The Beneficiary Name is the person or entity that would be paid the Accidental Death benefit should a traveler die while covered under this policy. It is common to name a close relative or an estate as the beneficiary.
Please note that a traveler can have multiple beneficiaries. If you enter multiple beneficiaries for a traveler, you should designate the percentage beside each name, for example, "Jane Doe (50%), The John Doe Estate (50%)".
To qualify for a Kids are Free plan or other family promotion you must meet the following criteria:
For trips with a duration of 90 days or less:
- Individuals may also purchase membership coverage for their dependent child(ren). An Eligible Dependent Child shall mean the Primary Traveler's unmarried children over forty-five (45) days of age and under nineteen (19) years of age.
- Dependent child(ren) up to 18 traveling with 2 paying adults are free, up to 3 children maximum. Dependent child(ren) up to 18 traveling with 1 paying adult are 50% off the price of the paying adult.
For trips with a duration of greater than 90 days:
- Individuals may also purchase membership coverage for their dependent child(ren). An Eligible Dependent Child shall mean the Primary Traveler's unmarried children over forty-five (45) days of age and under nineteen (19) years of age or under twenty-five (25) years of age if they are attending an institution of higher learning on a regular basis and/or wholly dependent upon the Primary Traveler for maintenance and support.
- Dependent child(ren) up to 18, and dependent child(ren) between 18 to 25 if full time student, and traveling with 2 paying adults are 50% off the price of the paying adult. Dependents up to 18, and dependents between 18 to 25 if full time student and traveling with 1 paying adult are 25% off the price of the paying adult.
Family promotional rates apply to International SOS membership in the Global Traveler, Global Traveler Medical and Global Traveler Premier plans only. Promotion does not apply to Scholastic plan options.
If you have dual citizenship, select either of your citizenship countries.
The Departure Date is the date you leave your home on a single trip. For example, if you are leaving your home one day before your cruise ship departs, select the day you leave your home as the Departure Date, not the day the cruise ship departs.
For annual multi-trip plans, the Effective Date is the date that your membership coverage will go into effect.
Fulfillment is the delivery of your order confirmation and insurance terms and conditions. Fulfillment is always sent by email to the email address you provide.
For the ISOS Membership benefits you receive, you will be sent a membership card that provides you with your membership number and important phone numbers. The membership card is sent as a PDF attachment to the fulfillment email. You can print the attachment and cut out the card to carry it with you on your trip. If you prefer, you can select to have a pre-cut, laminated copy of the card mailed to your address by postal mail. In most cases, this service costs an additional premium.
If you have multiple travelers, each traveler's card will be in the PDF attachment. The cost for receiving the card by postal mail is for all travelers, not per traveler.
Enter the Passport Number and passport Issuing Country for each traveler. This information is used to process any claims you may file more quickly.
If you do not know the Passport Number, continue with your order. Before you leave for your trip, please contact us by phone or email with your Order Number and Passport Number to ensure faster claims processing.
The Initial Trip Payment Date is the first date which you made a payment, partial or whole, for your trip. If you paid by check, enter the date on which the check was written. If you paid by credit card, enter the date you paid with the credit card. If you are insuring trip costs, you must have paid some amount towards the trip itself before you can purchase certain insurance plans.
The Final Trip Payment Date is the date which you or any traveler made the final payment for your trip. If you are travelling with a group of people, make sure this is the date the last payment was made, by anyone in the group. If the final payment was by check, enter the date on which the check was written. If the final payment was by credit card, enter the date you or the traveler paid with the credit card.
If you are traveling to multiple destinations, select the destination where you will spend the most time for your Primary Destination. Please note you will be covered if you travel outside the Primary Destination, excluding Cuba, Iran, Nepal, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, or Ukraine.
If you are buying an annual, multi-trip plan, enter the Primary Destination for your next trip. You do not need to enter the destination for each of your trips, as long as you are not traveling to restricted destinations for any of those trips.
If any traveler in your group resides in a different state than the Primary Traveler, that person must purchase a separate plan. Because insurance laws vary by state, you cannot list residents of multiple states on the same policy.
Select the country in which you reside currently.
Due to insurance laws varying by state and territory, if any traveler in your group resides in a different state or territory, that person must purchase a separate plan.
The Return Date is the date that you return to your home on a single trip. For annual multi-trip plans, the Expiration Date will automatically populate 365 days from the date you select as the Effective Date.
All credit cards come with an extra measure of security called the "card validation code" or "card identification number." Credit card issuers ask for this code to ensure that the card is in your physical possession.
A few credit cards do not have security codes. If your card does not have this code, leave the Security Code field empty. Processing your order, however, may take a little bit longer.
For MasterCard, Visa, and Discover, the security code is the last 3 digits printed on or to the right of the signature strip on the back of your card:
For American Express, the security code is 4 digits printed (not embossed) on the front of your card:
For more information on credit card security, contact your credit card issuer or bank. Images are courtesy Wikipedia.
Secondary Coverage means that this coverage will be paid after any other collectible insurance has paid the claim and other collectable policy limits have been exhausted.
Single-Trip & Multi-Trip
Single-trip plans provide coverage for a single trip. For an additional cost, Multi-trip plans provide coverage for all trips taken within a period of twelve (12) months starting from the date of purchase. Multi-trip coverage begins on the Departure Date for your first trip.
Please note that Single-Trip and Multi-trip plans provide coverage only for trip lengths up to ninety (90) days. Trips longer than ninety (90) days are covered by Extended Stay plans.
Extended Stay Traveler means a member on a trip outside his or her home country that is longer than ninety (90) consecutive days, but not to exceed three hundred and sixty five (365) days or one hundred eighty (180) days if travel medical insurance is included. Extended Stay Travelers may travel multiple times to any country outside their home country and receive membership benefits during the dates of coverage.
Trip Protection benefits such as Trip Cancellation are not offered for Multi-trip or Extended Stay plans. If you currently are an International SOS member with a Multi-trip plan or Extended Stay plan, you can buy a Single-trip plan to provide Trip Protection benefits as well. For more information, see the benefit descriptions on Existing Members.
For each category (Tour Operator, Airline, Cruise Line), select a Travel Supplier. If you are not using a Travel Supplier, select "none." If your supplier is not listed, select "other." If you are using more than one Travel Supplier for a category, select the Travel Supplier providing the largest part of your travel.
Enter each traveler's age as of today, one traveler age per field. You must enter at least one traveler age in the first field; the other fields can be blank. For children under the age of 1, enter "0".
Trip Cost is used to calculate the amount of your Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption coverage. It also is used to determine plan cost.
Trip Cancellation and Trip Interruption coverage reimburses you should your trip be cancelled or interrupted for a covered reason. You should insure the full amount of your prepaid and non-refundable travel arrangements. Non-prepaid and refundable items are not covered.
If you are covering multiple people on this policy, divide the total trip cost by the total number of people to get the Per Person cost or enter the Total Combined cost. All coverage limits are per traveler.
Before purchasing, please review the plan terms and conditions so that you fully understand the coverages provided.
International SOS membership is available worldwide. Optional medical insurance is available to US Citizens or travelers to the US only. Trip cancellation insurance is available to US Residents only.
If you want International SOS membership or optional medical insurance, you can leave the trip cost as $0.
Enter your current International SOS corporate membership number or corporate discount code provided by your organization's Human Resources Department.
Discounts only apply to International SOS corporate membership, not to optional medical insurance or trip protection insurance.
Initial Trip Payment Date
The Initial Trip Payment Date is the first date which you made a payment, partial or whole, for your trip. If you paid by check, enter the date on which the check was written. If you paid by credit card, enter the date you paid with the credit card.
If you are purchasing trip cancellation coverage, you must have paid some amount towards the trip itself before you can purchase travel insurance.
Final Trip Payment Date
The Final Trip Payment Date is when you pay off the balance on a trip, such as for tours or cruises where you make a deposit and then the final payment at a later time.
All reference to travel medical insurance throughout this website refer to the Accident and Sickness Medical Expense coverage that is included in the travel protection plans that are being marketed.
This advertisement contains highlights of plans marketed by International SOS. The Global Traveler Plan consists of assistance services provided by International SOS. This plan is not insurance. The ISOS Global Traveler Premier Plan and the ISOS Global Traveler Medical Plan include travel insurance coverages underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company under form series T7000 et. al., T210 et. al. and TP-401 et. al. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best 2020. C&F and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United States Fire Insurance Company. The ISOS Global Traveler Premier Plan and the ISOS Global Traveler Medical Plan also contain non insurance Travel Assistance Services provided by International SOS. Coverages may vary and not all coverage is available in all jurisdictions. Insurance coverages are subject to the terms, limitations and exclusions in the plan, including an exclusion for pre-existing conditions. CA DOI toll free number: 800-927-4357. MD Insurance Administration: 800-492-6116 or 410-468-2340. For the ISOS Global Traveler Premier Plan and the ISOS Global Traveler Medical Plan, the cost of is for the entire plan, which consists of both insurance and non-insurance components. Individuals looking to obtain additional information regarding the features and pricing of each travel plan component, please contact International SOS. No discounts discussed apply to any of the travel insurance coverages included in any plan.
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