I travel a lot and always look for good deals on 'decent' travel insurance and I think Sainsburys currently have a very good deal on!
There is a code on the website which gives 15% off single trip insurance (i've never gone for single trip and 2 weeks single cover is usually about the same as an annual policy!). Anyway, the point is that the code "T1738" is also working on Annual policies too!
The price for the annual varies according to your age, i'm 26 and I got Annual world-wide for £44 - a total bargain for the cover they provide! Qudico is also tracking at £18.50 for annual cover - total of £25.50 for world-wide annual cover - amazing deal!
Now, I know the first people on here are going to jump onto Travelsupermarket.com or something and do a quick search and go "But you can get annual world-wide for £18" - yeah, you can, but like I said, this is 'decent' cover. I looked at many of the others and to be honest, many of the policies weren't worth having, unless you only want the medical cover.
Highlights from the £44 cover I got from Sainsburys:
£50 excess (many of the cheap ones are £150-£200, on cover of £500 etc)
Baggage cover - with 'valuables' up to £500. I've claimed for baggage loss before and pretty much anything in your bag that is worth claiming for is classed as a 'valuable' and this pretty much limits your claim. Some policies offer £2000 baggage cover with £200 valuables limit... so thats £200 to cover phone, camera, money etc and £1800 worth of clothes... go figure. £500 valuables limit is the best i've seen on standard cover (the only others as high as this are Halifax and MoreThan (that i've found)).
Airline failure cover (v useful and many policies don't cover this)
All other cover on a par with £70-80 policies.
Anyway... Hope that helps someone! Any questions on Travel Insurance then post away - I travel a lot so have picked up a few bits of useful info over the years!