Is there a monthly payment plan for travel insurance?

You can choose to either pay the amount up front in full, or purchase the plan for 1 month initially, and then continue to extend it for a maximum period of 12 months. The downside to extending the policy is that the extension fee is $5 each time and you must make sure to extend your policy before it expires. You can extend your policy easily through our extension page.

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