Early Bird Plan Timing

Summer 2003 CSANews Issue 47  |  Posted date : Apr 20, 2007.Back to list

Dear Bird Talk,

We are one of the couples who purchase extra insurance for our winter trip south. The only problem I have is with the Early Bird Plan. This plan comes out in the summer and we don't know whether we can go south or not until usually the first part of November. As soon as we know that we can go south, I send in the application for the insurance and pay the full price. It would be nice if the early discount was granted until at least the end of October.

Mrs. B. Robbins
Life Time Member

Response:
I wish I could help you with this but we are already "pushing the envelope" with our insurers to get the mid-August deadline. If you are a regular snowbird you should certainly buy the Early Bird Program and take advantage of the payment plan. The only reason most snowbirds will not travel South, is if they have health concerns. If this is the case, we refund 100% of your money with no fees.