Holiday in the New Year? Debenhams Travel Insurance with £5 Gift Card & 10.5% or 18.9% TopCashBack >
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Holiday in the New Year? Debenhams Travel Insurance with £5 Gift Card & 10.5% or 18.9% TopCashBack >

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Found 23rd Dec 2014
Got an email for Debenhams Travel Insurance offer, so took it up as travelling in new year.

Policy can be single or multiple trip, one or annual use [31 days PER trip max!] purchase.

You get a £5.00 Debenhams Gift Card on a single OR a £10 Debenhams Gift Card on an annual policy.

So mine was £11, less the £5 card, less the 10.5%, so got it for £5.37 ;-)

Afaik, the cheapest in the Land!

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Original Poster

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anyone know how long this will last?

Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer clear. I would opt for amex cover for peace of mind and it is only slightly more expensive

But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel cos of family illness etc, you're not covered. The single trip just covers you for the period you're away

Original Poster

LogicalHarm

anyone know how long this will last?



DCS said it is on until Jan 31st, but not seen the free gift card extra last that long!

youngy7

Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer … Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer clear. I would opt for amex cover for peace of mind and it is only slightly more expensive



Never had any issues and also neither has any of our StreetGB lit, never actually spoken to debenhams insurance about any issues, have you had some with them??


freccle

But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel … But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel cos of family illness etc, you're not covered. The single trip just covers you for the period you're away



Not sure what you mean? I have 2, one in Jan and one in Feb, both are covered for the days I travel, if I cancel because of something not in their T&C and not in the time allowed, I think £5 is not a massive sum to loose? Also why would you want Holiday Travel Insurance if you are NOT away?

LogicalHarm

anyone know how long this will last?

youngy7

Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer … Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer clear. I would opt for amex cover for peace of mind and it is only slightly more expensive

freccle

But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to … But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel cos of family illness etc, you're not covered. The single trip just covers you for the period you're away



008 ring Customer service and ask anything you like they won't be able to help you. It's laughable. There are lots of poor reviews for travel insurance look on money saving expert.

Original Poster

LogicalHarm

anyone know how long this will last?

youngy7

Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer … Judging on my experience of debenhams customer service I would steer clear. I would opt for amex cover for peace of mind and it is only slightly more expensive

freccle

But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to … But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel cos of family illness etc, you're not covered. The single trip just covers you for the period you're away



I stopped taking notice of those when Martin still had hair and was worth 2 bob

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Just for the benefit of the board, I am now currently on hold, waiting to talk to DCS about my "policy" so being the uniquegeek that I am, will see what they are like and report back

Petfect timing and thank you


freccle

But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to … But if you get insurance now for a trip next year and then have to cancel cos of family illness etc, you're not covered. The single trip just covers you for the period you're away



Not sure what you mean? I have 2, one in Jan and one in Feb, both are covered for the days I travel, if I cancel because of something not in their T&C and not in the time allowed, I think £5 is not a massive sum to loose? Also why would you want Holiday Travel Insurance if you are NOT away?[/quote]


Because say you book and pay for holiday in March now and your granny dies 3 days before you travel or you break your leg or have a heart attack, this insurance wouldn't cover you for cancellation

Youse can forget the £5 gift card.. I'm still awaiting receipt of mine from May last year.. Terrible us timer service

I purchased insurance via quidco compare and was £30 for annual family insurance I would check there first, also I got £3 cash back.

twilby

I purchased insurance via quidco compare and was £30 for annual family … I purchased insurance via quidco compare and was £30 for annual family insurance I would check there first, also I got £3 cash back.



Woah, thanks for the heads up. I got it way cheaper there!

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