Nord Pass will start at $1.49 a month on Thursday, ending the exclusive deal between Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. and the ultra-popular travel exchange that has raised eyebrows for a few years now.
The premium, which will be bundled into the bundled average individual membership, will cover eligible trips worth $25 or more.
Although free trips and lots of affordable airfares are already in the Nord Pass fold, it was not always known that travelers could continue to switch from Mileage Plus to the relatively low monthly cost of the $25-a-month three-year mutual limited-benefit plan.
You can click here to find a time when you can enter the offer for this month’s free trip.
Nord Pass, a subsidiary of Liberty Mutual, has been actively marketing a discounted membership to its members over the past several years, including in 2014.
The list price for membership in the ultra-popular trade was set at $19.95 a month, but it can be purchased for as little as $1.49 a month.
The plan, which is widely considered to be one of the most expensive in its category, promised to offer a cash benefit of $5.00 a day toward essential expenses like grocery bills and medical bills that will be paid no matter what your spending goes.
Nor would you have to buy an annual Membership card to lock in that deal, as you can fill out an annual renewal application, according to the company.
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