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Reservation Rewards - Trip Delay Protection No matter how much planning goes into a trip, unexpected delays can pop up -- a lost or stolen passport, a sudden illness, or a carrier delay, for instance. No matter what the cause, these delays can add to your costs -- whether it's a hotel room if you're stranded away from home or simply a long-distance call to let your family know you're okay. In the event you're delayed 12 hours or more, you can be reimbursed for qualified necessary emergency expenses -- up to $500 per trip and up to $500 a year! You should make every reasonable effort to minimize or avoid these additional expenses, but know that you're protected. Use the links below to make a claim and see the full terms and conditions for this benefit. Reservationrewards.com Trip Delay Protection Frequently Asked Questions What is Trip Delay Protection? While you are a Member of Reservation Rewards services, Trip Delay Protection provides reimbursement for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred as a result of a trip delay of at least twelve (12) hours.
How much can I claim per incident? You may be reimbursed for up to $500.00 per year for any reasonable and necessary purchases or emergency accommodation or traveling expenses incurred by you, in excess of any expenses reimbursable by others because of this trip delay. You must make every reasonable effort to avoid additional expenses. This benefit is payable for only one delay per trip. When can I make a claim? You must be a Member at the time of the incident and at the time your Claim is processed.
Your claim and supporting documentation must be filed as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days from the date of occurrence. The trip delay must be caused by one or more of the following: Carrier delay Lost or stolen passport, travel documents or money Quarantine Natural disaster Injury or Sickness of the Member How do I make a claim? You can initiate a claim on this site by completing the Claim Form and mailing it in with supporting documentation. You need to submit a claim within 30 days of the incident that triggers the claim. See Trip Delay Terms of Service for additional information on making a claim. 5. Are there any exclusions? In addition to limits stated above, the following additional expenses are not covered by Trip Delay protection. Alcohol or liquor; Entertainment, including theater, movies, shows, etc.; Hotel accommodations in excess of $100.00 per night; Limo service; Communication services (i., telephone, cellular, internet) in excess of $50.00 For complete Terms of this benefit. This article is originally published here: http://www.reservationrewardsfaqs.com/trip-delay-protection.html/.
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