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Post Office ANNUAL MULTI-TRIP Travel Insurance Summer Special
Post Office ANNUAL MULTI-TRIP Travel Insurance Summer Special

Post Office ANNUAL MULTI-TRIP Travel Insurance Summer Special

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SUMMER SPECIAL -Expires 30 Sept 2007

up to £20 off annual multi-trip cover (plus 10% off when you book online)

Examples: Europe - Individual or lone parent from £36
Couple or Family from £54

customise your policy
personal items such as sunglasses or iPods are covered
book online, phone or in branch

*Individual £10 off and Family/Couple £20 off annual multi-trip cover before 30th September 2007
^If youre buying travel insurance for your family, named dependant children under 18 are covered for free as long as they are travelling with a parent, grandparent, uncle, aunt or legal guardian who has travel insurance from the Post Office®. Non dependant children will receive a 50% discount

See site for more details and is subject to usual disclosures e.g. medical etc. which may increase your quote.

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Banned

£9.43 cashabck for annual travel insurance at Quidco:thumbsup:

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sassie

£9.43 cashabck for annual travel insurance at Quidco:thumbsup:



Similar: TopCashBack site £9.43 also at
topcashback.co.uk/ret…htm

off to Brazil with my boy (aged 5) for 3 months

the quote



Period travel

74 to 80 days

Area of travel

World-wide incl. USA, Canada & Caribbean

Cover type

Single trip insurance, Individual and lone parent cover

Travellers

Adults 18 - 64 years : 1
Children 0-18 years : 1
Adults 65 to 74 years : 0
Dependents : 0

Price £402.00

thats [SIZE="7"]£402[/SIZE]

You can get family cover for Europe for 36 quid or thereabouts from Esure (and many others) so I've voted cold on this one as it still seems too dear.

Slim

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audioslim

You can get family cover for Europe for 36 quid or thereabouts from Esure … You can get family cover for Europe for 36 quid or thereabouts from Esure (and many others) so I've voted cold on this one as it still seems too dear.Slim



Funny.... esure coming up for ANNUAL Insurance at £83.16 for 2 adults + 2 children

Single trip is around £36 with esure

[SIZE=2]Doesn't seem that hot to me. They wanted £78 for me and the good lady wife, and got a better level cover via moneysupermarket for £44[/SIZE]

Original Poster

The Post Office deal is for ANNUAL MULTITRIP INSURANCE and if you got a ANNUAL MULTITRIP deal cheaper then that's great and perhaps you should share it with us.

I got European ANNUAL Multitrip insurance through American Express for £30 but then £15 back through quidco so cost £15 overall!

Heres the HUKD link

hotukdeals.com/for…598

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angelsarah

I got European ANNUAL Multitrip insurance through American Express for … I got European ANNUAL Multitrip insurance through American Express for £30 but then £15 back through quidco so cost £15 overall!Heres the HUKD linkhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=93598


Excellent.
I'll look at this next time mine's up for renewal. I must get signed up for one of these cashback sites.

Perkzy

The Post Office deal is for ANNUAL MULTITRIP INSURANCE and if you got a … The Post Office deal is for ANNUAL MULTITRIP INSURANCE and if you got a ANNUAL MULTITRIP deal cheaper then that's great and perhaps you should share it with us.



I'm getting the feeling that I have offended you. My apologies if so, no offence intended. :oops: Thinking about it a little more, I guess I would say that deals on insurance are extremely subjective as it does tend to be based on each individuals requirements. The deal we did get was annual multi trip worldwide, but even then it was £34 less than going the the insurers web site directly. No sense there then.

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rjm67

I'm getting the feeling that I have offended you. My apologies if so, no … I'm getting the feeling that I have offended you. My apologies if so, no offence intended. :oops: Thinking about it a little more, I guess I would say that deals on insurance are extremely subjective as it does tend to be based on each individuals requirements. The deal we did get was annual multi trip worldwide, but even then it was £34 less than going the the insurers web site directly. No sense there then.



No, you didn't offend me.
I maybe thought,from earlier post, that some thought it was for single trip. However, It's great that you got a better deal ( and there usually is one about). I had seen some quotes, including Sainsburys and Tesco asking for £77.

We buy our annual multi trip insurance from the Post Office as they are the only main stream insurer I could find who would insure my son who has a medical condition.

They will cover any medical condition as long as it is managed - ie you haven't had to see a doctor about it other than for regular check ups.

I got fed up of ringing insurers who would give me a quote and then happily say that my son's medical condition wouldn't be covered! What good is that! It is highly unlikely that he will need medical treatment but if he does it could lead to neurosurgery which would cost thousands!

Why isn't medical insurance the same as car insurance - ie. the higher the risk the more you pay?

So well done to The Post Office!!!
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