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Old 01-20-2018, 11:14 PM   #1
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Question DVC Trip insurance for Canadians

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I need trip cancellation insurance for my DVC stats and Travelex won't cover me as a Canadian. Insuremytrip is also out for 'time share' trips. Has anyone from Canada had success finding coverage?

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Old 01-24-2018, 05:38 PM   #2
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I finally figured out how to Post a new thread!
I need trip cancellation insurance for my DVC stats and Travelex won't cover me as a Canadian. Insuremytrip is also out for 'time share' trips. Has anyone from Canada had success finding coverage?
I'm just bumping this thread in the hopes that someone has found insurance for a DVC trip other than the Travelex option recommended by Disney. Insuremytrip was also a no go.

I really want to insure my DVC stays as I have aging family members and never know what might happen near or during a holiday. I have trip insurance for the other elements of the trip but cannot seem to find a company that will cover the "points based" room portion.
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:00 PM   #3
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Try one of these.

https://www.travelinsurance.com

http://www.coverme.com/products/trav...-canadians.jsp

https://www.insuremytrip.com/'
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We are in Canada and used RBC insurance for our last Disney trip. Not sure they will cover exactly what you’re looking for though as that trip was not DVC. Have you tried them? We found them good for what we needed.
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We bought insurance through CAA no problem. Just figured out the cost point wise eg. $15/pt and submitted that amount for coverage.
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It's been an while and thanks for the suggestions. None of these companies will help us. Any other thoughts?
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:59 PM   #7
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We bought insurance through CAA no problem. Just figured out the cost point wise eg. $15/pt and submitted that amount for coverage.
CAA also said no also. Thanks for the effort though.
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CAA also said no also. Thanks for the effort though.
https://www.squaremouth.com/

https://www.rbcinsurance.com/travel-...nce/index.html

https://globaltravelinsurance.com/
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Have you inquired of David's to find out what he recommends? He's based in Canada, right? So perhaps he knows which Canadian insurance companies would cover it.
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