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Trip interruption insurance covers up to $2,000.
Flight delay insurance covers up to $2,000 in the case of missed connections.
Trip cancellation insurance covers up to $2,000 per person if trip is cancelled for a covered cause.
Emergency purchase insurance covers up to $500 in the event of delayed baggage, and up to $1000 for loss, theft or damage.
Travel accident insurance covers up to $100,000 for accidents on a common carrier.
Auto rental coverage
Car rental insurance covers collision/loss damage for damages or theft for rentals up to 48 consecutive days.
Purchase protection coverage for damaged, lost or stolen items up to 90 days after purchase date.
Extended warranty coverage which doubles the manufacturer's warranty up to 1 additional year.
Mobile device insurance
Mobile device insurance covers up to $1,000 in the event of damage, loss or theft.
More rewards with additional card
Earn 1 reward point per $1 spent on all purchases in USD. Add supplementary cards to earn more rewards, faster.
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