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I have trip interuption/ travel insurance through carnival cruises for an upcoming Alaska cruise. I may need to cancel but don't want to loose money. Help

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7 hours ago, teana51 said:

I have trip interuption/ travel insurance through carnival cruises for an upcoming Alaska cruise. I may need to cancel but don't want to loose money. Help

 

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Thank you for your first new thread. 👍 However, your thread is off-topic here. The Cruise Blogs & Websites forum is for members to share their personal travelogue-type cruise-related blogs or websites with their fellow Cruise Critic members. 

 

Since your new thread topic is travel insurance,  I have moved your thread to the Cruise/Travel Insurance forum where it will be on-topic. Please browse through the thread titles on the new forum looking for threads of interest. You will probably find your fellow Cruise Critic members have already posted questions and received answers that will be of interest to you.  

 

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18 hours ago, teana51 said:

I have trip interuption/ travel insurance through carnival cruises for an upcoming Alaska cruise. I may need to cancel but don't want to loose money. Help

 

Nobody does want to loose money.

Not sure what specific question you are asking.

I can almost guarantee that you're going to loose some money. Especially if you're not canceling for a "Covered Reason". Everything in their policy has a "definition" in the definition section of the policy. If your specific reason is not in the covered definition, then it's not covered.

 

However, your policy does include a CFAR or Cancel For Any Reason rider. This allows you to cancel for any non covered reason up to time of trip departure and receive a 75% future cruise credit. (Note: If you use CFAR for the next cruise, that portion used by the CFAR cannot be insured since a future cruise credit has no cash value)

 

How to cancel:

First thing you do is call the insurance company. The company running the insurance is NOT Carnival. Carnival is just who you bought it from). Get the insurance companies guidance on the procedure to properly cancel so you receive full benefits.

Document EVERYTHING you do and who you spoke with. Date/time/name/company/etc.

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