Travel For Teens requires all participants to purchase a travel protection plan.

Each year, at least one family typically loses the money they’ve invested in their child’s program because he/she was unable to travel at the last minute due to medical/family emergencies or other unforeseeable situations. Travel For Teens has partnered with Trip Mate to offer travel protection plans, which can help give you some peace of mind that your investment is protected against many unexpected events. Your plan can be purchased directly through us and is included on your Travel For Teens invoice. The cost of your plan is calculated based on the total non-refundable cost of your trip, including all non-refundable airfare you may have purchased through Travel For Teens that appears on your invoice, and the plan benefits chosen: Standard (Plan F4330A) or Premium (Plan F4340A).

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*Not available to New York Residents

 

Visit our partner in insurance, Trip Mate’s website for more plan details

Full Plan Details

F4330A: Standard 
F4340A: Premium 

Plan FAQ

F4330A: Standard 
F4340A: Premium

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How to Purchase a Trip Protection Plan

#1 – Choose the plan you would like (Standard or Premium), then calculate the amount of coverage based on the prices listed above and make your payment here to purchase the policy. On the payment form you will indicate the participants name and if you are buying Standard or Premium in the notes on the payment form.

Alternatively, you can dial 888-457-4534 Extension #2 to purchase over the phone or email us at help@travelforteens.com to purchase a plan if you are a resident of the USA. Residents of Canada scroll down for details.


Please note that once you have paid in full, you will not be eligible to purchase a plan, so don’t delay!

Option 1: Standard Plan

The Standard Plan includes Trip Cancellation coverage, which reimburses non-refundable trip expenses if you cancel your trip with Travel For Teens due to a covered reason, such as Sickness.  The plan also includes missed connection, trip interruption and travel delay coverages.

You are eligible to purchase this plan at any time, prior to the full payment for your trip.

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Option 2: Premium Plan
The Premium Plan includes all the coverages in the Standard Plan, plus the “Cancel For Any Reason” benefit for “non-Covered Reasons”.  If your payment for this plan is received within 30 days of the date your initial payment or deposit is made for your trip is received, this benefit can reimburse up to 75% of your non-refundable trip expenses if you cancel your trip at least two days before your scheduled trip departure date for any reason not otherwise covered by the plan, including fear of contracting COVID-19 during the program. CFAR does not cover: 1) penalties associated with any air or other travel arrangements not provided by Travel For Teens; or 2) the failure of Travel For Teens to provide the bargained for travel arrangements due to cessation of operations for any reason.

The Premium plan Is only available for purchase within 30 days of the date that Travel For Teens receives your initial payment or deposit.

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Residents of the state of New York are not eligible to purchase the Premium Plan with “Cancel For Any Reason” through TFT. However, they can purchase a CFAR policy on their own directly from a provider within 21 days of registering. Visit this link for a direct quote. Residents of NY who purchase this policy may increase the level of coverage once the policy is purchased to cover additional costs such as airfare or a more expensive trip as long as the increase in coverage is added within 21 days of any additional costs.

Benefits are not payable for any loss due to, arising or resulting from: 1. suicide, attempted suicide or any intentionally self-inflicted injury of You, a Traveling Companion, Family Member or Business Partner booked to travel with You, while sane or insane; 2. an act of declared or undeclared war; 3. participating in maneuvers or training exercises of an armed service, except while participating in weekend or summer training for the reserve forces of the United States, including the National Guard; 4. riding or driving in races, or speed or endurance competitions or events; 5. mountaineering (engaging in the sport of scaling mountains generally requiring the use of picks, ropes, or other special equipment); 6. participating in skydiving or parachuting except parasailing, hang gliding, bungee cord jumping, extreme skiing, skiing outside marked trails or heli-skiing, any race, speed contests, spelunking or caving, or scuba diving if the depth exceeds 120 feet (40 meters) or if You are not certified to dive and a dive master is not present during the dive; 7. piloting or learning to pilot or acting as a member of the crew of any aircraft; 8. being Intoxicated as defined herein, or under the influence of any controlled substance unless as administered or prescribed by a Legally Qualified Physician; 9. the commission of or attempt to commit a felony or being engaged in an illegal occupation; 10. normal childbirth or pregnancy (except Complications of Pregnancy) or voluntarily induced abortion; 11. dental treatment (except as coverage is otherwise specifically provided in the Plan;; 12. due to a Pre-Existing Condition, as defined in the Plan. The Pre-Existing Condition Limitation does not apply to the Emergency Medical Evacuation or Return of Remains coverage; 13. any amount paid or payable under any Worker’s Compensation, Disability Benefit or similar law; 14. a loss or damage caused by detention, confiscation or destruction by customs; 15. Elective Treatment and Procedures; 16. medical treatment during or arising from a Trip undertaken for the purpose or intent of securing medical treatment; 17. failure of any tour operator, Common Carrier, or other travel supplier, person or agency to provide the bargained-for travel arrangements for reasons other than Bankruptcy or Default; 18. a loss that results from a Sickness, Injury, disease or other condition, event or circumstance which occurs at a time when the Plan is not in effect for You; or 19. an assessment from a Legally Qualified Physician advising You in writing that You, a Traveling Companion, Family Member or Business Partner booked to travel with You are not Medically Fit to Travel, as defined in the Plan, at the time of purchase of Coverage for a Trip.

Baggage and Personal Effects does not include: 1) animals; 2) automobiles and automobile equipment; 3) boats or other vehicles or conveyances; 4) trailers; 5) motors; 6) aircraft; 7) bicycles, except when checked as baggage with a Common Carrier; 8) household effects and furnishings; 9) antiques and collectors items; 10) sunglasses, contact lenses, artificial teeth, dentures, dental bridges, retainers, or other orthodontic devices or hearing aids; 11) artificial limbs or other prosthetic devices; 12) prescribed medications; 13) keys, money, stamps and credit cards (except as otherwise specifically covered herein); 14) securities, stamps, tickets and documents (except as coverage is otherwise specifically provided herein); 15) professional or occupational equipment or property, whether or not electronic business equipment; 16) sporting equipment if the loss results from the use thereof; or 17) telephones or PDA devices, computer hardware or software.

Additional Limitations and Exclusions Specific to Baggage and Personal Effects: Benefits are not payable for any loss caused by or resulting from: a) breakage of brittle or fragile articles; b) wear and tear or gradual deterioration; c) confiscation or appropriation by order of any government or custom’s rule; d) theft or pilferage while left in any unlocked vehicle; e) property illegally acquired, kept, stored or transported; f) Your negligent acts or omissions; g) Your property shipped as freight or shipped prior to the Scheduled Departure Date; h) electrical current, including electric arcing that damages or destroys electrical devices or appliances.

Excess Insurance: The insurance provided by this Plan shall be in excess of all other valid and collectible Insurance or indemnity. If at the time of the occurrence of any loss there is other valid and collectible insurance or indemnity in place, We shall be liable only for the excess of the amount of loss, over the amount of such other insurance or indemnity, and applicable deductible. Recovery of losses from other parties does not result in a refund of plan payment paid.

Disclaimer for US residents

This advertisement contains highlights of the plans, which include travel insurance coverages underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company under form series T210 et. al. and TP-401 et. al. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best 2021. C&F and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United States Fire Insurance Company. The plans also contain non-insurance Travel Assistance Services provided by Generali Global Assistance. 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. In most states, your travel retailer is not a licensed insurance producer/agent and is not qualified or authorized to answer technical questions about the terms, benefits, exclusions, and conditions of the insurance offered or to evaluate the adequacy of your existing insurance coverage. Your travel retailer may provide general information about the plans offered, including a description of the coverage and price. The purchase of travel insurance is not required in order to purchase any other product or service from your travel retailer. Your travel retailer maybe compensated for the purchase of a plan. CA DOI toll free number: 800-927-4357. MD Insurance Administration: 800-492-6116 or 410-468-2340. The cost of your plan 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 Trip Mate. Trip Mate Inc. (dba Trip Mate Insurance in CA and UT) P.O. Box 527 Hazelwood, MO 63042, 1-833-297-2255; claimssupport@travelclaimsonline.com. CA license # 0805270

 

Trip Protection Plans for International Residents

Canadian Residence

If your permanent residence is in Canada, you have options but you must purchase the insurance directly from the insurance provider. Travel For Teens partners with TripMate.

Use this link to get a quote, review policy benefits, and buy your travel insurance policy directly from TripMate. 

Note: For the Standard Plan Policy or Premium (w/ Cancel For Any Reason) Plan Policy, the policy must be purchased for the traveler within 21 days of the initial deposit and before the final payment has been made to TFT. Travel For Teens cannot sell this policy directly to Canadian residents.

 

International Residence

For those living outside the USA and Canada, you have options but you must purchase the insurance directly from the following partners. TFT recommends Abroad Insurance to offer comprehensive trip protection plans.

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