Extended warranties are an extremely personal decision. Some people swear by them. Some people avoid them at all cost. Some have them and have used them, thus saving thousands of dollars. Some have them and have never used them, thus wasting thousands of dollars. Some people don't have them and wish they did, thus costing thousands of dollars.
None of us has a crystal ball to know if that particular plan is going to be worth it. The best you can do is just what Bob (Oakman) suggests - look closely at the actual contract. They spell out specific exclusions of what isn't covered. A lot of times, there are some pretty important things in those.
Insurance is one of those things - it's wasted money until you use it. Generally, these companies are in the business to make money and are betting on the house that the majority of their purchasers never need the $X-dollars worth of warranty repairs. That means, the reality is that a majority of people don't get the full benefit out of these.
We can't tell you what to do. You've gots to decide.
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