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  1. Rhoman

    I paid for the taxes with my Chase Sapphire Preferred on some reward tickets for my honeymoon in a few months. So from my understanding, these tickets would be covered under the travel insurance. Now my annual fee is coming up, what happens if I downgrade to the normal Sapphire. How would that be treated if I had to use that benefit since I paid for the tickets with Preferred, but technically no longer have the card when applying for reimbursement. Thanks all!

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=1499]@Rhoman[/USER], you can only make a claim if you have an active account. No account no coverage unfortunately.

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