Expert Review: Variety of generous travel insurance coverages
by InsurEye Credit Card Expert on Nov 7, 2021
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National Bank World Mastercard is a high-end card from National Bank that has an annual fee of $115. It comes with a rich selection of rewards and benefits. This card offers a comprehensive travel insurance package. Several travel insurance features go above and beyond what most Canadian cards have. In fact, the travel insurance features of this card are nearly identical to the travel insurance protection offered by the most exclusive credit card of National Bank, World Elite Mastercard.
Several insurance features that make it stand out are:
As for travel insurance weaknesses - this card does not have many of them:
This card has many other useful projection elements for travellers such as Rental Car Insurance, Flight Delay coverage of $500 per person (based on 4 hours delay), Baggage Loss Insurance of $1,000 per person and Baggage Delay Insurance of $500 per person.
Summarizing that all together, National Bank World Mastercard is a perfect card for Canadian travellers who searches for extensive travel insurance protection.
About the Authour: Alex is an InsurEye team member who is heavily focused on credit cards and the assessment of travel insurance features. He has extensive knowledge of most Canadian credit cards including main banks, credit unions, and other financial services organizations. His insights have been featured in such Canadian media outlets as Globe and Mail, Money Sense, Toronto Star, and many others.