Create a Safe Spring Break Season for Your Clients

  • Melanie Danko
Jan 17, 2017

Spring Break is just around the corner for college students and families alike, and now is the time to hone in on selling travel insurance for these trips. Spring break is regarded as a carefree, and fun time, but coming back home with a giant medical bill can be a huge pain.

It’s popular for college students to spend Spring Break visiting different beaches to get away from the cold weather, primarily in Mexico, Bahamas, Dominican Republic or Florida. Of course, there are some who do service learning trips outside of the country and others who travel to enjoy winter sports, but you can pretty much count on students venturing somewhere. This is a great opportunity to connect with clients who may have college aged kids who are students or clients who are college aged students!

Be sure to remind clients that medical care is costly, no matter when or where you travel. And, if your clients are booking spring break travel outside the country, it is particularly imperative to purchase travel insurance because a single emergency room visit could cost as much as (or more than) a semester at school!

Any smart parent will want to make sure their kid is covered, in case something happens. College Spring Break generally falls in early to mid-March so now is the time to amp up your trip cancellation and travel medical sales. Spring break for younger kids varies this year from mid and late March to mid April, around Easter.  

You may want to consider promoting our trip protection options. Each one provides protection for non-refundable trip costs, medical expenses, and baggage in one package. In addition, 24/7 multilingual travel assistance services are included as well.

For any skiers you may know, our RoundTrip Elite plan offers coverage for Lost Ski Days & Ski Equipment Rental. This includes coverage up to $500 for your lift ticket if you cannot ski because 50% or more of the trails are closed. It also includes up to $500 of coverage for equipment rental if your checked ski equipment is lost, stolen, damaged, or delayed 12 hours or longer. This option is available to residents of all states except New York and Florida.

Travel medical plans are a good option for anyone traveling abroad. They are an economical option for families and individual travelers who want to be certain they have medical coverage, along with emergency medical evacuation benefits. Also, travelers today are concerned about natural disaster evacuation and terrorism coverage. Our Liaison suite of products offers these benefits.   

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