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Why You Should Use Your Travelers' Email Address

We all want to be as helpful as possible when guiding our travelers in booking a trip. Purchasing travel insurance for them is one important step in ensuring you are doing everything possible to provide your customers with the best service possible. 

However, there is one important thing that many agents do that can actually hamper their travelers’ experiences – and their future travel insurance sales: Using your own email address to buy the RoamRight policy instead of your client’s email. 

RoamRight offers a suite of benefits and perks for insured travelers that they only are able to access if their own email address is the one associated with the purchased policy. 

Introducing RoamRight’s New Multi-Trip Plan

Published on Wednesday, August 3, 2016
The RoamRight Multi-Trip plan is great for frequent travelers.At RoamRight, we continue to improve our products to meet the changing needs of our customers. One product we recently updated was our Multi-Trip product for frequent travelers.

Read this post to find out about the latest changes to this travel insurance product that is great for travelers taking multiple trips each year.

How to Help Travelers Plan a Trip to U.S. National Parks

Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

How to Plan a Trip to National ParksIn 2016, the United States National Parks Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with celebrations all across America in some of the best parks and recreation areas found anywhere in the world. Discover some of the most-forgotten yet most-interesting National Parks in the U.S. and some of the amazing activities travelers can experience. 

Additionally, learn what additional travel insurance travelers may need when visiting a specific park. See what National Park activities may require RoamRight's Adventure Plan or Hazardous Sports add-on. 

Legacy Commissions – What Are They And How Do They Work?

Published on Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Legacy commissions allow travel agents to earn more moneyWhen you become a RoamRight partner, you’ll earn a commission or affiliate fee on every travel insurance sale that comes through you. But did you know you can also earn commissions on future sales?

If you encourage your travelers to set up an account with RoamRight, and they buy directly through that account in the future, you’ll get the commission. It’s our way of saying “Thank you” for introducing your clients to us.

What Does Travel Insurance Cover with Airbnb and Uber?

Published on Wednesday, July 13, 2016

What does your travel insurance policy cover with Airbnb and UberMillions of people every day are using online services like Airbnb and Uber to make travel easier. These services are beginning to replace traditional travel necessities such as hotels and public transportation, staples of many travel insurance plans. 

But with Airbnb and Uber becoming more mainstream, how are travel insurance policies designed to help protect the travelers using these services?

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