Chase Ink travel insurance provides up to $500,000 in travel accident insurance per person, per trip, along with $3,000 in lost luggage insurance and $5,000 in baggage delay insurance per person, per day. Ink travel insurance also includes trip cancellation and interruption insurance worth up to $5,000 per person, per trip. Trip delay insurance with a maximum value of $500 per person is available, too.
The various types of Chase Ink travel insurance reimburse cardholders for covered incidents when paying for a trip with an eligible Ink business card. Some travel insurance benefits are not available on all Ink cards, however. Ink Preferred comes with the full complement of travel insurance perks, whereas the Ink Cash and Ink Unlimited cards offer all the above benefits except trip cancellation and interruption insurance.
In addition, it’s worth noting that all three Chase Ink cards offer other travel-related benefits that are technically not considered travel insurance, including car rental insurance, roadside assistance, and travel and emergency assistance services. A complete list of travel benefits, along with coverage terms, is available in the Guide to Benefits that comes with each Chase Ink card.
This information is accurate as of posting date.
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