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  1. Travel insurance included

    Cards with comprehensive international insurance cover available. International travel insurance is available with Low Fee Gold, Low Rate Gold, Gold Awards ^, Platinum Awards *, Diamond Awards *, Smart Awards and Ultimate Awards CommBank credit cards and World Debit Mastercard when you activate your insurance in NetBank, the CommBank app or by contacting Cover-More.

  2. Travel insurance

    CBA Travel Insurance has got you covered with international and domestic travel insurance plans that you can tailor for yourself (as the policyholder) and up to 10 people travelling with you for the entire journey. Plans available include: ... 1 Gold Awards cards are no longer available for sale from 23 March 2018.

  3. What you need to know about credit card travel insurance

    Cancel and order replacement CommBank cards in NetBank or the CommBank app. Call us 24/7 on +61 2 9999 3283 to report lost or stolen CommBank cards. For 24 hour travel insurance emergency assistance, call Cover-More in Australia direct and toll free on +61 2 8907 5641. You can also call from: Canada on 1844 345 1662. New Zealand on 0800 632 031.

  4. Commonwealth Bank gold credit card travel insurance reviewed

    Death while travelling: CBA's gold credit card travel insurance is the most generous policy we looked at in terms of death of the cardholder due to a transport accident -- it pays out $1,000,000 to the cardholder's estate. However, death of a spouse in a transport accident only qualifies for $150,000. Other benefits range down to $250,000 for ...

  5. Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance

    Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance through Cover-More It was relatively easy to take out Insurance cover on-line and was good value. I made a claim for Medical Expenses on 19th May 2024 and the claim was approved on 28th May 2024. ... Credit / Debit Card Insurances (Gold Cards) 3.3 ...

  6. CommBank Travel Insurance

    Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance C/o Cover-More PO Box 2027 ... I have a gold credit card and are entitled to travel insurance for an overseas trip.Going to Canada and Alaska in June this year ...

  7. Commonwealth Bank platinum credit card travel insurance reviewed

    Theft/loss/damage: Commonwealth Bank Platinum Card Travel Insurance will pay out up to $30,000 in total for a whole family for property loss or damage while travelling, or up to $15,000 per person. Per item limits apply, though; $5,000 for baggage/clothing, $5,000 for electrical equipment, $5,000 for cameras, $5,000 for laptops, $500 per person ...

  8. Commonwealth Bank travel insurance on credit cards

    World Debit MasterCard. Gold, Platinum, Diamond, and Ultimate awards credit cards. The Commonwealth MasterCard travel insurance cover includes the following options: emergency medical assistance cover. tickets cancellation. loss of luggage. travel delays cover, etc. skiing, motorbiking, or adventure sports insurance cover for additional fees.

  9. Westpac Gold Credit Card Travel Insurance reviewed

    How it compares: Out of the credit card travel insurance offers we compared (NAB, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, St George, ANZ and American Express), Westpac's gold card travel insurance policy was good in some areas but with some serious limitations you need to be aware of. Its strengths include excellent rental car excess reimbursement cover ($5000) and good claiming maximums for personal ...

  10. Commonwealth Bank Credit Card Complimentary Travel Insurance Now

    Commonwealth Bank Credit Card Complimentary Travel Insurance Now Includes COVID-19 Cover. As of 10 August 2022, our International Travel Insurance included with eligible CommBank cards will include overseas emergency medical expenses cover related to COVID-19. Note: There is no cover for cancellation claims related to COVID-19.

  11. NAB Gold credit card travel insurance reviewed

    How it compares: Out of the credit card travel insurance offers we compared (NAB, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, St George, ANZ and American Express), NAB's was average in most areas and good in its income protection and overseas medical/dental coverage. However, if you have a pre-existing medical condition of any sort (or any past medical problem that a new condition could be traced back to ...

  12. How do I activate the travel insurance included in my credit card?

    In the CommBank app. Log on to the CommBank app. Tap top left drop down. Choose overseas travel. Tap Get travel insurance and complete the form. In NetBank. Log on to NetBank. Click Settings. Choose Activate Travel Insurance and complete the form (make sure you choose continue on the second screen).

  13. Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance

    Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance - Credit / Debit Card Insurances (Gold Cards) (Travel Insurance): 3.3 out of 5 stars from 3 genuine reviews on Australia's largest opinion site ProductReview.com.au.

  14. Best Credit Cards with Travel Insurance

    Earn unlimited 1.5 points for every $1 spent on all other purchases. Why We Chose It. The Bank of America Premium Rewards card allows cardmembers to earn 2 points per dollar on travel and dining expenses, but Bank of America Preferred Rewards® members will earn at a higher rate of up to 3.5 points per dollar spent.

  15. Comm Bank Credit Card travel insurance

    kiwimex on 18/03/2024 - 21:05. Is it really worth while using the Commbank Credit card free travel insurance? after a quick comparison looks fairly similar to most travel insurance except for slightly lower coverage amounts. Pros V Cons would be great to have some insight from someone thats actually made a claim through the insurance.

  16. Changes to CBA Travel Insurance Activation

    Virgin. Platinum. Star Alliance. Gold. Dec 10, 2023. #1. Looks like changes are coming to the activation requirements for the travel insurance on Commbank cards. From 7 February 2024, you will need to spend $500 in a single transaction on your prepaid travel costs using your eligible credit card and activate to receive any cover.

  17. Guide to travel insurance with credit cards

    A travel insurance policy usually costs about 5 percent to 7 percent of the cost of the trip, Mueller says. The main factors in the price of a travel insurance policy are the type of trip, including cost, length and destination, and the traveler's age and any existing medical conditions.

  18. Full List of Travel Insurance Benefits for the Amex Gold Card

    The option to purchase Premium Protection car rental insurance on the Amex Gold card is a game changer. You'll pay one low price of $12.25 to $24.95 for the entire period, up to 42 total days, for primary theft and damage coverage. The actual rate will depend on your state of residence and the level of coverage chosen.

  19. Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance

    See all Commonwealth Bank Travel Insurance reviews. Southern Cross Travel Insurance 4.7. RentalCover.com 4.6. Fast Cover Travel Insurance 4.6. Seniors Travel Insurance 4.6. Worldcare Travel Insurance 4.4. 1Cover Travel Insurance 4.3. TID Travel Insurance Direct 4.2. PassportCard.com.au 4.4.

  20. CBA Travel Insurance

    ^ Gold Awards cards are no longer available for sale from 23 March 2018. 1 ... CBA Travel Insurance is provided by Zurich Australian Insurance Limited, ABN 13 000 296 640, AFS Licence Number 232507 through its agent Cover-More Insurance Services Pty Ltd ABN 95 003 114 145, AFSL 241713 (Cover-More) for Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA). ...

  21. I'm planning an international trip. Instead of getting travel insurance

    Travel insurance for my upcoming international trip could cost upwards of $500 — instead, I'm using the benefits of my travel rewards credit card.

  22. 9 valuable travel perks that you can get with a credit card

    Premium credit cards can help mitigate risk when traveling. This is how rental car insurance, free checked bags and other benefits make travel credit cards worth it.

  23. How to make a travel insurance claim

    1. Spend at least $500 in a single transaction on your prepaid travel costs using your eligible credit card; and. 2. Activate your travel insurance. You will also qualify if the $500 worth of prepaid travel costs is redeemed using CommBank Awards points. You will need to provide a copy of the letter/statement/email confirming the redemption.

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  25. NAB platinum credit card travel insurance reviewed

    How it compares: Out of the credit card travel insurance offers we compared (NAB, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, St George, ANZ and American Express), NAB's was strong in the areas of income protection and overseas medical/dental coverage. However, if you have a pre-existing medical condition of any sort (or any past medical problem that a new condition could be traced back to) this insurance is ...

  26. Coronavirus support for CommBank card travel insurance

    If you are currently overseas or if you have further questions around what you're covered for or need to make a claim, contact Cover-More: Within Australia: call Cover-More on 1300 467 951. From overseas: call Cover-More on +612 8907 5060 (call charges may apply) Or Email: [email protected].