Yes, the Bank of America Unlimited Cash Rewards credit card does offer a roadside assistance benefit. Bank of America Unlimited Cash Rewards credit card roadside assistance gives cardholders 24/7 access to a wide range of services whenever their vehicle breaks down.
Bank of America Unlimited Cash Rewards credit card cardholders can call 1-800-847-2869 to request any of the following roadside assistance services:
Standard Towing (up to 5 miles included)
Lockout Service (no key replacement)
Fuel Delivery (up to 5 gallons)
There is a fee of $69.95 for roadside assistance, and the cardholder is only responsible for uncovered services.
Eligible cardholders can call 1 (800) 847-2869 24/7 to get help if their vehicle breaks down. Bank of America roadside assistance services include standard towing up to 5 miles, flat tire replacement, jump starts, lockout service, standard winching, and up to 5 gallons of fuel. There is a flat fee of $69.95 for roadside assistance, and the cardholder is only responsible for services that are not covered.… read full answer
Bank of America travel insurance benefits include lost and damaged luggage reimbursement, travel accident insurance, trip cancellation coverage, and rental car insurance. To be eligible for travel insurance coverage, you’ll need to pay for your travel using your Bank of America credit card.
Trip delay insurance: Reimburses you when a trip starts late because of things you can’t control (bad weather, mechanical breakdowns, etc.).
Trip cancellation/interruption insurance: Pays out when your trip ends early or gets cancelled because of something out of your control. Reasons include sickness and death of a family member.
Travel accident insurance: Reimburses you if someone in your party is killed or seriously injured by a travel provider.
Baggage delay/loss insurance: Pays you when a travel provider loses your baggage, damages it or sends it late. Some items are excluded, like medical equipment, documents and animals.
Rental car insurance: Reimburses you in the event of collision damage or theft. Certain car types and driving situations are excluded.
Check the guide to benefits that came with your Bank of America credit card to see which types of travel insurance are included. The guide will also show coverage amounts and other details on each of your travel insurance benefits.
You can set a Bank of America travel notice online, in the Bank of America app, or over the phone at (800) 432-1000. Although Bank of America allows you to set an online notice, it doesn’t require you to do so. You only have to make sure your bank has your email address and mobile phone number so you can be reached while you’re traveling, if suspicious activity is detected.… read full answer
Here’s how to set a Bank of America travel notice:
Provide a contact phone number and any additional details you want to mention.
Submit your notice.
If you’d rather submit your travel notice through the Bank of America app, you can find the option under the card settings menu. If calling is more convenient for you, you can dial (800) 432-1000, enter your card number, and then tell the representative you’d like to set a travel notice. This also happens to be the number you should call if you forget to set a travel notice and BofA puts a hold on your account.
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