Travel Insured Offers New Commissionable Programs

Travel Insured International has launched new and upgraded travel insurance products for travel agents under its Worldwide Trip Protector brand. Earnings opportunities for travel agents begin with high-base commissions and can grow with additional sales performance incentives, Travel Insured says. 

New features, depending on the selected plan, include Kids Are Free coverage, Cancel for Any Reason and Cancel for Work Reasons options (neither of these options is available in Texas, Washington State or Oregon), a new Sports Coverage option, ID Theft Recovery Assistance, Pet Care coverage and Missed Port of Call and School Year Extension protection.

The three main plans available under the redesigned Worldwide Trip Protector program include Worldwide Trip Protector, Worldwide Trip Protector Gold and Worldwide Trip Protector Lite or Lite Expanded.

Worldwide Trip Protector is the signature brand of Travel Insured International and includes different plans for different travel protection needs making it easier for travel agents to sell and promote. Each Worldwide Trip Protector plan offers a menu of included and optional features designed to help travel sellers assist clients in selecting the right coverage for their travel booking.

Travel Insured delivers commissionable, comprehensive protection benefits, which ranges from trip cancellation and trip interruption to emergency assistance and medical evacuation, travel accident and sickness medical expense. In addition Travel Insured programs can cover accidental death and dismemberment, missed connection and baggage delay or loss.

Agents can book Worldwide Trip Protector through their agency GDS or online at www.travelinsured.com. Agents can also learn more about the earnings program, how to become a licensed Travel Insured sales partner and sales training opportunities by calling 800-243-3174 and asking for their Travel Insured representative.


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