The Best Travel Insurance For Your Holiday Vacation Trip

American travelers are looking forward to the holiday travel period like nothing else in recent memory. But given the pandemic health concerns, they’re also trying to find the best travel insurance for a holiday vacation.

A new report by American Express finds travelers are cautiously optimistic about traveling in the next six months. Just over half (55%) of consumers who typically travel domestically anticipate feeling “comfortable” traveling to a domestic destination between now and February.

And a survey by Hopper suggests 39% of Americans plan to travel during the holidays. For more than half of those on the road (55%) it will be their first time traveling since the start of the pandemic.

An eagerly anticipated travel season

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Travel with a Moneybelt by Rick Steves

By Rick Steves

More secure than a travel wallet, a money belt — a small, zippered fabric pouch on an elastic strap that fastens around your waist — is your key to peace of mind. I never travel without one — it’s where I put anything I really, really don’t want to lose. Wear it completely hidden from sight, tucked in like a shirttail — over your undies, under your pants or skirt. You can wear the pouch over your stomach for ease of access, but if you find it more comfortable, slide it around to the small of your back.

Some people prefer to use a neck pouch, worn like a necklace but under a shirt, or a hidden pocket, which loops onto your belt, then tucks in behind it. Others use a Lycra runners belt, tucked under their clothes.

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*To receive your exclusive cardholder discount you will need to pay on your Debenhams Credit Card when buying Travel Money at your local Bureau or online. This is not applicable to Debenhams Store Card holders, Privilege Cardholders or New Day Colleague Store Card/Point of Sale Discount Cardholders, who must pay using an alternative method of payment and show their Debenhams card when purchasing or collecting from the bureau. Find your nearest store

IMPORTANT: Please remember to bring a form of photo ID: passport or full driving license. In some instances you may need a proof of address, e.g. a bank statement or utility bill, dated within the last 3 months. If in doubt, please contact your local Debenhams Travel money bureau.

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