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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can I ask why travel insurance in needed if domestic? Sorry.
    Maybe incase something like this happens and you can change flights/ hotels Etc?

    I've never thought of having insurance for domestic trips either. This thread has made me think.

    OP, hope it all worked out and you have a good holiday

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    Quote Originally Posted by yadot View Post
    Maybe incase something like this happens and you can change flights/ hotels Etc?

    I've never thought of having insurance for domestic trips either. This thread has made me think.

    OP, hope it all worked out and you have a good holiday
    Yeah, its so you can change your flights without losing the whole fare, and of they lose or damage your luggage Usually it cost about $15 on when you purchase your ticket.

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    He's better. He didn't throw up at all throughout the night.
    We are in Noosa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post

    He's better. He didn't throw up at all throughout the night.
    We are in Noosa!
    Welcome
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