3 trips, 1 insurance policy-is that possible?

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I’ve bought travel insurance before, but never had this situation so I thought someone here might know. During a two week period in May I have 3 separate trips booked, and I’m wondering if I can get one policy to cover all 3. All travel is domestic US, I don’t have any pre-existing conditions, have some trip delay/interruption coverage through my credit card, and don’t need a CFAR policy. I’m mostly concerned with medical/evacuation coverage (will be doing some water sports/hiking) though around $2500 in airfare/hotels should also be covered.

I’m going to city A for six days (personal trip), come home for three days, fly to city B for two days (personal trip), then fly to city C for three days (work trip), and then home.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts!
 

johnbaker

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@Tracy T. My suggestion would be to call a travel insurance company. Depending on how much time you're home between trips, they may consider it as one.... or may not
 

jsn55

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I use a great travel insurance broker in Omaha ... Dan Drennan would be glad to advise you. For emergency medical evacuation coverage, you can't beat MedJet's annual policy, I've had it for years ... long before they became a sponsor of this site. I had many questions like this when I first needed TI and Dan gave me great advice.