Thank you very much for this interesting question. If you are looking for a card covering grandchildren with emergency insurance, then the TD First Class Travel Visa Infinite is not for you. We searched the fine print and found no mention of grandchildren in terms of medical care. It covers only the main cardholder, his spouse and dependent children. According to TD, the grandchildren are not dependent children. In the event of cancellation and interruption of travel, they are defined as a direct member of the family and can therefore be used as a valid claim if their death or illness requires a cancellation of a trip. I hope they can fix something for me… I have taken out annual travel insurance at Blue Cross for me and my husband and I now realize that his infinite TD card also covers us. We are going to Spain for a month and Blue Cross will cover us for the first 17 days.
Will TD connect where Blue Cross stops? Thank you for all the help you can give me! Hello, I had to cancel a trip for medical reasons amd have a doctor`s letter, but paid with another credit card. Can my TD infinite visa reimburse part of my fees? Hello Sandra, thanks for checking. According to the performance agreement for your mother`s card. If your mother is over 65, she only receives four days of insurance coverage, so I highly recommend you buy individual travel insurance. The Aeroplan Visa Infinite offers secondary coverage, so it is replaced by every individual coverage that your mother buys and only covers what that plan is not, as long as those remaining expenses are eligible for coverage. If your mother is under 65, she will be covered for 21 days. She receives up to $1,000,000 in emergency medical care, which includes all costs your mother can bear following a medical emergency while on her trip, including the return of a deceased person and the return of luggage. (For all the details, check their performance agreement) If your mother has a pre-existing illness that was not stable just prior to her trip, she will not be covered, so she must review a guaranteed individual travel policy.