You spent a lifetime and countless dollars amassing your collection. Then, in the blink of an eye, it’s been cruelly taken from you.
Pop Price Guide has teamed with Sure to offer affordable and comprehensive ways to insure your collection.
We know that life happens. Sure policies cover incidents such as theft, damages beyond wear-and-tear, as well as coverage beyond the basics where homeowner insurance falls short.
Plans cost $150 annually to insure collections worth up to $75,000 – and are reasonably priced for collections exceeding that amount.
You worked hard to build your collection. Now it’s time to sleep well at night knowing that it’s protected.
Check out packages and rates by clicking here.
You have questions, Sure has answers.
Is this new, I never knew this existed before?
- This is a new policy designed specifically for your Funko collection.
Where does this policy cover my collection?
- Covers your collection no matter if it’s at home, in storage, or anywhere else.
Does it cover damage to the box?
- Yes, the policy provides coverage to the box for rips and punctures.
How is the value for insurance determined?
- Value can be determined by your PPG My Collection profile, market comps, or what you paid for it.
Do customers on PPG just browse PPG and not actually add the items to their collection? Do I have to provide anything in order to purchase?
- It’s a Blanket Policy so you don’t have to provide a list or value of what you own in order to purchase. You only have to provide that if you ever had to make a claim.
5 thoughts on “Protect Your Funko Collection with our New Insurance Partner!”
An important question.
Is the value insured the current estimate or the cost you bought the pop for?
I mean once something happens and you claim. Do they accept the current estimate price on ppg? Or do they ask for the original order? An other important question is, do they value the box? Or it’s just abox with no value for them?
I’m asking as in the past many have had most insurance value their boxes as just a box and no value, and only estimating the pop! figures based on the cost they were bought for.
That’s what homeowners insurance is for.
Just make sure to call your homeowners insurance and make sure they’d cover your collection. Some companies don’t include collectibles under their policies, or they don’t cover them for market value, only at MSRP and then they depreciate from there, valuing them as almost worthless. So it’s definitely worth checking out and knowing what your insurance will or won’t cover. If your homeowners insurance won’t cover collectibles, then yes, you would need supplemental insurance for a significantly valuable collection.
Just curious what rates are. Policy not avaliable in my area? Ah ok. I remember once before when insurance was offered they wouldnt insure my collection because it wasnt big enough? LOL. Time waster…..
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