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Any credit cards that cover you with full travel insurance if you pay the taxes on an award flight?

Any credit cards that cover you with full travel insurance if you pay the taxes on an award flight?

  1. Anonymous

    Are there any credit cards that cover you with full travel insurance if you just pay the taxes on an award flight?

    If not, what is the cost per person to cancel a first-class domestic award ticket (EWR-LIH) on US Airways booked with AA miles.

    Also, how much of a time difference needs to occur in any of my 4 flights for me to just call up and say that the new time doesn’t work and I need to cancel the trip?

    Booking for next January, but as I’d be flying with a 4 year old and 2 babies under 1, I’d like some insurance.

    Thanks.

  2. Anonymous

    @ Joe S — A pretty minor change is enough to cancel for free. The fee would be $150 for the first passenger and $25 for each additional passenger to cancel. No card covers that.

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