Funjet Includes Travel Insurance at No Extra Cost

Funjet Vacations will include its Complete Coverage travel protection on select fall packages to Mexico and the Caribbean for travelers who book by June 9 and travel from September 1 to November 15, 2011. Travelers can lock in great hotels and flights, and book confidently knowing that with Complete Coverage, they may cancel for any reason and get their money back, plus, it provides Funjet’s Best Price Guarantee, Funjet said.

“Funjet Vacations is pleased to offer travelers Complete Coverage at a time when they are usually hesitant to travel,” said Mike Going, president of Funjet Vacations. “For fall getaways, this is an outstanding opportunity to ensure people get the best value possible without worrying about any hiccups in their travel plans. And most importantly, it comes at no cost added to most Caribbean and Mexico travel packages.”

The Complete Coverage travel protection plan, normally a $109.99 fee per person, allows guests who stay five or more nights to cancel their trip prior to check-in for any reason and receive a full refund or rebook at a later date. Travelers are also able to change reservation plans with no additional fees and receive a refund plus vacation discount certificate should a hurricane cancel or disrupt a trip.

During a vacation, Complete Coverage protection plan provides hotels arrangements for travel delays, medical expenses, baggage and personal property reimbursement, traffic accident protection and 24-hour worldwide emergency assistance. Travelers going to Mexico or the Caribbean may choose to couple the complimentary Complete Coverage with other promotions, such as kids stay free.

Just a short flight from most U.S. cities, Mexico and the Caribbean are great destinations for family vacations, honeymoons, girlfriend and spa getaways and golf excursions, Funjet noted.

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