Note: If you purchased your American Home Shield Electronics Protection Plan directly from American Home Shield, you may have to wait 30 days before you are able to register your plan or file a claim.
If you want to cancel your plan, call American Home Shield at 888.429.8247.
The Electronics Protection Plan by Allstate Protection Plans covers eligible electronics in your home for mechanical and electrical failures during normal use.
Once you purchase the plan, any eligible electronics you already own, plus eligible electronics you buy while your plan is active, are automatically covered. It doesn't matter where or when you bought them, and you can cover as many items as you need.
Cell phones and appliances do not qualify for the plan.
There is a $2,000 per claim limit and an aggregate claim limit of $5,000 during a 12 month period.
The Electronics Protection Plan by Allstate Protection Plans covers your current electronics, plus ones you buy while your plan is active, including:
There are also additional requirements for some items to be eligible for coverage:
The Electronics Protection Plan by Allstate Protection Plans does not cover:
There are additional exclusions listed in the plan’s Terms & Conditions, which you can find here.
Most manufacturers’ warranties only cover one specific item for a set amount of time. The manufacturer’s warranty also usually only covers defects in materials or workmanship. Most don’t cover power surges or breakdowns during normal use.
But with the Electronics Protection Plan by Allstate Protection Plans, you can cover as many eligible items—new and existing—for as long as your plan is active. The plan covers mechanical and electrical failures during normal use, including power surges. No proof of purchase is required, and you don’t need to register your products.
In most cases, homeowner’s and renter’s insurance will cover a loss due to theft, fire, wind or storm damage. The Electronics Protection Plan by Allstate Protection Plans will cover the repair or replacement of your covered items in the event of a mechanical or electrical failure during normal use including power surges.
A service fee is a non-refundable fee that is due before each repair or replacement provided under the plan. You must pay the service fee with a valid debit or credit card before we service or replace your item.
No. As long as you have an active plan, your eligible electronics are covered.
No. There is no need to register eligible products or keep receipts.
You can file a claim at www.allstateprotectionplans/ahs. Many claims are approved instantly. For others, a specialist will guide you through next steps.
For smaller products, we will send you a prepaid shipping label so that you can mail it in for repair. We cover shipping to and from the repair depot.
For larger products such as TVs, we will schedule a convenient in-home service appointment.
You will need to provide the make and model number of your eligible product. In some cases, the serial number may also be required.
No. All electronics brands are covered.
If you need a replacement, you will receive a product that has equal or similar features, and functionality that performs to the factory specifications of the original product.
View full Terms & Conditions for complete coverage details.