TD travel insurance

Protect your health and travel plans on your next trip overseas with TD’s affordable line of travel insurance products. 

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Are you planning your next trip overseas? Before you leave, you might like to check out the travel insurance on offer from TD Bank. This “Big Five” bank offers affordable and flexible coverage for emergency medical and trip interruption whenever you travel overseas. It also offers extended stay insurance for snowbirds over the age of 55.

Apply for a quote today to find out what type of coverage you can qualify for and what your premiums will be for your trip. Just be aware that only TD customers and their immediate family members are eligible to purchase TD travel insurance.

What is TD travel insurance?

TD Bank is a “Big Five” Canadian bank that offers affordable travel insurance to thousands of Canadians. You can easily request a quote for emergency medical and trip interruption insurance. It’s also possible to get coverage for extended stays overseas if you’re 55 years of age or older.

The price that you’ll pay for TD insurance can vary based on what type of coverage you want, and whether you’re booking a single trip or annual plan. It may also depend on factors like your age, health condition, trip destination and length of trip.

What types of travel insurance does TD offer?

There are various types of travel insurance on offer from TD bank, including its unique 55+ extended stay insurance.

How much does TD’s travel insurance cost?

You’ll pay different amounts for your TD travel insurance based on a number of personal factors:

  • Age of travellers. You may need to pay more if you’re 65 years of age or older.
  • How many people need coverage. Your premiums will depend on whether you sign up for an individual, spousal or family plan.
  • Pre-existing medical conditions. You’ll often have to pay an additional fee to get special coverage if you have a pre-existing condition like diabetes or epilepsy.
  • Destination. You may have to pay additional coverage to visit places that are deemed more high risk in Government of Canada travel advisories.
  • Length of trip. You’ll need to pay more for longer trips since most travel insurance is charged on a daily rate.
  • What you’re covered for. The rule of thumb is that the more protection you have, the more you’ll have to pay.

How to apply for TD travel insurance

If you’re a customer with TD bank, you can apply for TD travel insurance through your branch or by filling out an application online. To go the online route, you just need to follow a couple of simple steps to get started.

  1. Use the online application to provide personal information like your name, email address, proof of ID and relevant documents.
  2. Review and submit your application to generate a quote.
  3. Get verified and negotiate the terms of your TD travel insurance.

How to contact TD

You’ll be able to contact TD by calling the customer service hotline or by sending an email. You can also visit a branch and speak to an agent for more information. There is no online claims process at this time, so you’ll need to call in to submit claims.

You can do this by calling TD’s 24-hour emergency assistance number at 1-800-359-6704. You can also call collect from outside Canada at 1-416-977-5040.

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Bottom line

TD offers reliable emergency medical and trip interruption insurance at affordable prices. You can also apply to cover extended stays out of the country if you’re 55 years of age or older. Find out what types of travel insurance you can qualify for with TD and apply for a quote to find out how much you’ll have to pay to get insured.

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