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Credit Card CDW Coverage

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I recently applied for and received a Chase World MasterCard.
This particular card happens to be an IHG (Holiday Inn) co-branded card.
While reading the rules concerning CDW, I understood that there are no exclusions anywhere in the world.
I called the Chase customer service line and I was told I understood correctly.

This was of particular interest to me for travel to Ireland and Italy where the excess can be problematic.
The excess coverage is also primary, which is very nice.
I am understanding that most Chase cards are going to include this coverage worldwide.

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