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I am looking for Annual Wordwide travel insurance, a quick search on moneysupermarket given me the result as 20.07 for https://cheaper.travelinsurance.co.uk includes Medical: £3,000,000 Life: £… Read More
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I am looking for Annual Wordwide travel insurance, a quick search on moneysupermarket given me the result as 20.07 for https://cheaper.travelinsurance.co.uk includes

Medical: £3,000,000
Life: £2,000,000
Cancellation: £3,000
Baggage: £1,500

Nothing else is included like travel delay, baggage delay, missed dep, personal accident etc.

Have anyone use their service before and can I get any better deal here?

Thanx in advance.
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
If you have a Natwest Gold Account they provide a comprehensive 5* cover free!
#2
I got worldwide travel insurance including the Caribbean and i found it through the money supermarket comparison site, or something similar and it cost me around£35/£40 for the year. It was also a few pounds cheaper to have an excess waiver added on for some reason-i didnt complain! I was insured by a company called Insure and Go and i'd never heard of them before but I went with that anyway. And when I was in Cuba in the summer i needed medical assistance and it cost almost 100 peso which is around £50 and when i got back i claimed on my insurance for a refund and they sent me a cheque no questions asked within a few days. Didnt cost me a penny extra becase of the excess waiver. So i'd check them out. Their benefits are mch higher than what you listed above. Hope that helps
#3
I think I am using same INSUREANDGO through this website, there are 2 option one is Double Excess and Excess Waiver, can't understand the difference; doing this stuff for the first time.
#4
Ok, I got what I am asking in my last post.
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gurinderc
I think I am using same INSUREANDGO through this website, there are 2 option one is Double Excess and Excess Waiver, can't understand the difference; doing this stuff for the first time.


hehe, just checked your post-hope you chose excess waiver and not double excess or you will be in receipt of a hefty charge if you ever need to claim!

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