Wedding Insurance Cost Comparison
Wedding (and Special Event) insurance can start at $75, however costs can vary from carrier to carrier due to different coverage limits and endorsements. Before purchasing a policy, check your venue’s requirements to ensure that all the requirements are being met, including the need for Waiver of Subrogation and/or Primary Noncontributory endorsements.
In order to make the below comparison as ‘apples to apples’ as possible, the below criteria was used:
- $1 million / $2 million (occurrence/aggregate) liability limits
- 150 guests
- 1 day wedding/event in California (prices are similar for most other types of special events)
- Excludes taxes/fees
- Cancellation coverage option not included
- Host liquor is included by all the carriers
Cost of Wedding and Event Insurance By Various Insurers:
Top Choice: GatherGuard
Damage to rented premise limit: $250,000
Medical expense limit: Not included
Waiver of Subrogation Endorsement: No
Primary Noncontributory Endorsement: No
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Top Choice: Specialinsurance.com
*All listed insurers redirect to a third party insurer and do not provide coverage themselves
Damage to rented premise limit: Unclear
Medical expense limit: Unclear
Waiver of Subrogation Endorsement: Unclear
Primary Noncontributory Endorsement: Unclear
In conclusion, navigating wedding insurance costs from different carriers is essential for informed decisions. Understanding the nuances of wedding insurance costs ensures you secure the right coverage at the best value. Choose wisely to strike the perfect balance between comprehensive coverage and affordability. Your peace of mind on this joyous occasion is worth the consideration of wedding insurance costs.
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