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Annual travel insurance policies suitable for independent/DIY travellers/non-package bookings with disruption cover & flexi options @ Cigna (e.g. £88 family of 4, worldwide, inc travel disruption cover)
This isn't really a deal with a fixed price, but I'm trying to help out anyone who's navigating the travel insurance minefield to hopefully cut out a LOT of research time and get a decent price as wel… Read more
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Be careful with the packaged bank accounts travel insurance, I just tried to update the medical conditions (fairly routine) on my Lloyds account to cover a forthcoming Euro holiday and they wanted over £100 extra in a single payment, that was included free last year, this on top of the £17/month fee. Obviously if you don't declare you won't be covered, found single trip cover on GoCompare for £8.50 including all conditions and cancelled the Lloyds packaged account!


Don't forget that you can get a paid-for bank account which will provide … Don't forget that you can get a paid-for bank account which will provide this with mobile phone insurance, extended warranty and breakdown cover as well as free cash withdrawals for £120 / year for a family of four. Nationwide.I can recommend it, my wife and I use it. I've used both the extended warranty (laptop failed at 14 months, collected, fixed, returned at no cost) and the mobile phone insurance (dropped it, smashed screen, collected, fixed and returned for £25 excess). I've thankfully not had to use breakdown or travel insurance.

Is the Nationwide account still the number one recommendation of MoneySavingExpert? Cigna is quoting me just £32 for annual EU travel, and I've already got breakdown, but I'm still minded to get the Nationwide account.

Thanks for effort OP, heat added. Do you know if they offer you any extra discount for having other products with them? I have a dental plan with Cigna through work.

Partialy agree with the other poster justmustard, they defintely don't make claiming for things easy which almost acts as deterrent in some cases. I know I experience a slight wave of stress when I realise I'm due to claim back some dental costs as it's time consuming.
Edited by: "MrSweeney" 16th Aug 2016

Have a look at holidaysafe - highly rated - no problems claiming and they have a very good price top policy with no excess.

Don't expect cover for your personals. The theft was on camera as well

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