The Costco Credit Card travel insurance coverage includes travel accident insurance and rental car insurance.
The travel accident insurance benefit covers you, your spouse, your domestic partner and/or your dependents up to $250,000 per person against death or dismemberment. The coverage applies while you are traveling on a common carrier like a plane, train, bus or boat, as long as you paid for the full fare using the card.
The rental car insurance policy on the Costco Credit Card provides up to $50,000 per rental in reimbursement for collision damage and theft. The car must be rented entirely with the Costco Credit Card, and the cardholder must decline the optional insurance offered by the rental agency.
Here’s how to file a claim:
To file a claim, call (866) 918-4670 as soon as possible to make use of the rental car insurance or within 60 days for the travel accident insurance. Citi will advise you what documents should be submitted with your claim form. Alternatively, you can visit citi.com/Costco to download a claim form for submission.
Ultimately, you have to return the claim form and all requested documents within 180 days of the incident. Citi will notify you of its decision once they have processed your claim.
Keep in mind that both types of Costco Credit Card travel insurance have a lot of fine print, so be sure to read your card’s benefits guide to see coverage exclusions.
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