What is CFAR and What Does it Cover?
Cancel for any reason travel insurance reimburses you if you need to cancel your trip for a reason not covered by typical trip cancellation insurance.
What is Cancel for Any Reason Travel Insurance?
Sometimes things happen between the time you booked your trip and your departure date. Important things – like your child’s soccer team unexpectedly advancing to the playoffs – are worth changing your plans. Or maybe this year the slopes are bare and you
just don’t want to take that annual ski trip. That's where Cancel For Any Reason travel insurance comes in handy.
For the times you may need to cancel your trip for a reason that's not typically covered by traditional
trip cancellation insurance, Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) coverage is available.
Cancel For Any Reason Trip Insurance Gives Broad Financial Protection
With this optional coverage, you can cancel your trip for any reason, as long as your documented cancellation occurs at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled departure. You'll then be reimbursed for up to 75% of non-refundable trip costs.
For example, with Cancel for Any Reason coverage, RoamRight will reimburse you for:
- Non-refundable cancellation charges imposed by the travel suppliers
- Airfare cancellation charges for flights commencing within one week of the land/sea arrangements
- If your travel supplier cancels your trip, you are covered up to the cost of the ticket or the reissue fee charged by the airline for the tickets. You must have covered the entire cost of the trip, including airfare
Buy Early To Get Cancel For Any Reason Travel Insurance
You can purchase Cancel For Any Reason trip insurance up to 21 days after your initial trip deposit for the
Pro Plus RoamRight travel insurance plans. Simply check the box to add this important optional coverage to your policy during the checkout process. To help find out if this extra coverage is right for you and your trip, ask one our representatives via live chat today.
*New York residents have access to similar coverage called "Cancel For Fortuitous Reasons."