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Compare Allianz vs. Berkshire Hathaway Travel Insurance

What’s the difference between Allianz Travel Insurance and Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection? See how our editors compare the two companies below.
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Allianz Travel Insurance
9.0 / 10 - Excellent
#5 in Travel Insurance
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Berkshire Hathaway
7.3 / 10 - Very good
#11 in Travel Insurance
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Key Facts

  • Important Fact: The average out of pocket cost of medical emergency transportation outside the US can be as high as $25,000
  • Covers Domestic, International, Cruises & more
  • Coverage for medical emergencies, trip cancellation, lost baggage, rental cars, even change fees! 
  • 24-hour services & kids under 18 covered free
  • Enter trip dates, ages of travelers, estimated cost and get a quote - no credit card required!
  • Flight schedule monitoring
  • Domestic travel insurance starts at $34
  • Electronic auto pay
  • Mobile claims
  • Global travel assistance
  • Coverage for tours and cruises

ConsumersAdvocate.org Ratings

9.0 / 10 - Excellent
9/10
Coverage
10/10
Benefits
8/10
Plans
10/10
Policies & Limitations
9/10
Support Services
7.3 / 10 - Very good
7/10
Coverage
8/10
Benefits
8/10
Plans
7/10
Policies & Limitations
8/10
Support Services

Customer Reviews

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4.2 / 10 - Average
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0.0 / 10 - Terrible
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Final Verdict

Allianz Travel Insurance has a higher overall rating than Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection. Allianz scores better than Berkshire Hathaway across: Coverage, Benefits, Plans, Policies & Limitations, and Support Services.


Latest Reviews

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Connie R
Spokane, Washington

3/27/2017
Allianz Travel Insurance review
Allianz was extremely helpful when I became very ill in Lisbon. They guaranteed $20,000 to the hospital (which is secondary insurance and they they worked with my primary insurance and I paid nothing), they flew my sister to Portugal to assist me (she is a doctor and I was by myself), they then flew an EMT from Canada who met me at the hospital and flew me to Spokane, Wash. because I still had an IV in for antibiotics when I was discharged. They also booked us in 1st class. It was helpful that I had one person who was my main contact and knew my situation well. They were amazingly helpful and took care of so many details. I really appreciated their concern and help.