Yes, there is an option to purchase a combined policy for yourself and your spouse. The premium for policies is based on age, coverage duration and the policy maximum and deductible that you choose. Buying a combined policy versus separate policies will not make a difference in terms of pricing. For some plans, the policy maximum and deductible options are different for the age groups up to 69 and 70 and above. In this case, you cannot buy the policies together and it is better to buy the policies separately. Buying separate plans can provide better benefits and give you more flexibility in the event of a change in travel plans or a need to cancel the policies.
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