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Compare Allianz vs. Travel Guard Insurance Travel Insurance

What’s the difference between Allianz Travel Insurance and Travel Guard Insurance Travel Insurance? See how our editors compare the two companies below.
Last Updated: November 21, 2017
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Allianz Travel Insurance
9.0 / 10 - Excellent
#5 in Travel Insurance
Travel Guard Insurance
8.8 / 10 - Excellent
#7 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!
  • Trip cancellation, delay comes standard
  • Coverage for pre-existing conditions
  • Special trips cover (adventure sports)
  • Build your own travel insurance (My Travel Guard)
  • Car rental collision coverage
  • Medical plans

ConsumersAdvocate.org Ratings

9.0 / 10 - Excellent
9/10
Plans & Coverage
10/10
Benefits
10/10
Policies & Limitations
9/10
Customer Service
8.8 / 10 - Excellent
8/10
Plans & Coverage
9/10
Benefits
9/10
Policies & Limitations
10/10
Customer Service

Customer Reviews

 (6)
3.6 / 10 - Poor
17%
5 stars
0%
4 stars
0%
3 stars
33%
2 stars
50%
1 stars

Final Verdict

Allianz Travel Insurance has a higher overall rating than Travel Guard Insurance Travel Insurance. Allianz scores better than Travel Guard Insurance across: Plans & Coverage, Benefits, and Policies & Limitations. However, Travel Guard Insurance scores better on Plans, Customer Service, Financial Strength, and Reputation.


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.