In the past when you applied for a short-term insurance plan and needed coverage for 20 days, you would pay for a full month of insurance. Or if you were going to be gone for 35 days, you would pay for one and a half months insurance. Now two major companies permit you to purchase insurance for the exact amount of days you will be gone with a minimum purchase of seven or ten days, depending on the company. When you apply for these plans online, they ask for the day you want the insurance to be effective and the day you want it to expire. Premium calculations are based on the total number of days involved. You can compare short-term plans where you would pay-per-day by going to https://www.gninsurance.com/travel-insurance-for-groups-traveling-together/. Both of these plans are very cost-effective. The total premium for $50,000 maximum coverage ($250 deductible) for two weeks for someone 29 and under can be less than $15.00.
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