One of nine companies to be recognized, Arch RoamRight takes nod for “Best for Frequent Flyers” category, with a variety of pricing and coverage combinations to support travelers’ diverse needs
HUNT VALLEY, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Arch RoamRight travel insurance today announced its recognition as one of Money.com’s Nine Best Travel Insurance Companies of 2021.
Money cites Arch RoamRight’s multi-trip annual plan, paperless claims and trip cancellation coverage that includes natural disasters or geopolitical instability as supporting evidence for their recognition.
“Consumers look to Money.com to understand personal finance strategies that improve their bottom line. We are honored to be recognized for the hard work of our team and be named a Best Travel Insurance Company by such a well-respected resource,” said Tim Dodge, Vice President of Marketing for Arch RoamRight. “This recognition is a testament to our innovative approach to product design and service delivery that resonates with travelers of all types.”
As the travel industry continues its rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic, many consumers are considering travel insurance as an important part of their travel risk mitigation. Data published in Arch RoamRight’s The Travel Insurance Playbook® shows that travelers are spending more on trips in 2021 than they did two years ago before travel stopped. With more invested in the travel experience, travel insurance is becoming a critical part of travel planning.
An informed traveler should understand the different types of travel insurance options available to them.
“We offer an annual product, our multi-trip plan, that is great for frequent travelers,” continued Dodge. “They can buy once a year and have coverage for trip cancellation for an unlimited number of trips, each up to 30 days in length. If you’re a jet setter, this is the plan for you.”
Arch RoamRight also offers several single-trip plans that include trip cancellation coverage, travel medical coverage and rental car coverage.
To learn more about Arch RoamRight’s travel insurance, visit www.roamright.com. To access a copy of The Travel Insurance Playbook, which provides data and trends in the travel industry, visit www.roamright.com/playbook.
Arch RoamRight(www.RoamRight.com) is the co-branding of Arch and RoamRight® marks used by Arch Insurance Company to market its travel insurance that insures U.S. residents traveling around the world. From trip cancellation to travel medical insurance plans and an award-winning mobile app and website, Arch RoamRightTM is an industry leader in innovation and technological solutions. In 2020, Arch RoamRightwon multiple Travel Weekly Magellan Awards, and was named a Best Places to Work by Business Intelligence Group.
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Vice President – Marketing
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