What's covered by Fare Protection?

Fare Protection covers the first $200/passenger increase in airfare, inclusive of all government-imposed taxes and fees, in addition to any airline-imposed mandatory fees or surcharges.

It specifically does not include any fees, surcharges, upgrades, or additional value-added products or services that are not a required part of travel.

For example, baggage fees, seating fees, dining fees, cancellation/change/refund fees, points redemption fees, point accelerator fees, and other such ancillary or optional items are excluded from coverage.

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