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pianotuna
post Mar 6 2013, 09:32 PM
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Hi,

I've been relying on my Visa medical coverage for trips to USA. However, that expires when one is 65 years old.

I found out that the Gold Global Payment Card from my local credit union has 31 days of coverage up to age 75! I've applied today. It is, in some cases, a "no fee" card.

Update. The Gold Global Payment card is $96.00 per year and requires a 5000.00 line of credit. It is still a good deal.


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post Mar 7 2013, 12:14 AM
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QUOTE(pianotuna @ Mar 6 2013, 07:32 PM) *

Hi,

I've been relying on my Visa medical coverage for trips to USA. However, that expires when one is 65 years old.

I found out that the Gold Global Payment Card from my local credit union has 31 days of coverage up to age 75! I've applied today. It is, in some cases, a "no fee" card.


Don

You should check to see if that card will allow you to top up (for additional days of coverage) using another insurance company. I have 60 days coverage through my former work place and go through BCAA for any additional coverage beyond the 60 days, but I asked my former employer first if I was allowed to do this.
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