The coronavirus scare has everyone asking how to get an airline ticket refund. Specifically, they want to know how to get a refund on a nonrefundable ticket.
Short answer: you can sometimes get a full refund, even if your ticket is nonrefundable.
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After the coronavirus outbreak, Laureen McCluen is trying to get an Airbnb refund. But the host refuses. Is she out of luck?
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Where is Frank Rabusin’s check for his damaged equipment? Schneider Electric promised him $240 back in January. And what does the pandemic have to do with it? Can a company blame coronavirus for a late payment?
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No one wants to travel after the coronavirus outbreak. But getting a full refund for your trip — ah, that’s another issue. I have a few expert tips that will help you get a coronavirus refund.
But should you cancel? Most travel companies now offer incentives to reschedule. Princess Cruises, for instance, is throwing in a generous cruise credit if you rebook your vacation.
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People are continuing to travel during the coronavirus pandemic, despite border closures and shelter-in-place orders. That’s left a lot of travelers wondering: Does travel insurance cover you if you get coronavirus?
Generally, yes. Most travel insurance covers you if you have to see a doctor or go to the hospital during a trip. Insurance also covers an emergency medical evacuation or a trip interruption. Check your policy for details.
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