Old Feb 28, 19, 7:40 am
Join Date: Jul 2014
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Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
Are you certain that the credit card you used does not provide any coverage? If all you are looking for is coverage for downtime costs at MCO in case you are stuck for a day or two, card coverage might well provide that (or close to it). In addition, some homeowner's policies have a small benefit (which may be sufficient) and some employers' policies cover employee leisure travel.
Often1 is correct that most cards will have at least some coverage, if not a lot.

All World Elite MC's (Jetblue+ Card and many others) offer trip delay insurance.

Chase Sapphire trip insurance is pretty solid. Chase Freedom is as well.

AMEX is decent about it depending on the card IIRC.

For standalone coverage, I've used Allianz Global Assistance for overseas travel and so have my colleagues. They are easy to get quotes from and resolve issues VERY quickly.
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