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Moneysavingexpert Travel Insurance

Impartial advice

Set up by financial journalist Martin Lewis in 2003, moneysavingexpert.com is an impartial ‘consumer finance information and discussion’ website which aims to provide people with information and articles that assist people to save money. Aspiring to have an ethical stance, the site purposely does not display adverts and is completely free to use, as well as providing independent, journalistic and unbiased articles. It is the largest independent money site in the UK, with 10 million unique users a month.

The travel insurance section of moneysavingexpert.com is full of useful tips for savings money on policies, as well as pitfalls and traps you should avoid. Some of the topics covered include:

How to get a free EHIC card for Euro travel – the website explains that the EHIC is a good start when arranging protection abroad, but there are lots of things it does not cover e.g:

  • Costs incurred if EHIC treatment isn’t free
  • Private hospital treatment (prevalent in some European countries)
  • Cancellations and delays
  • Repatriation,
  • Baggage loss or theft
  • Various others

Use the annual vs. single trip tool – the site provides a questionnaire tool to help you decide which type of policy is most suited to your needs, and a number of other important things to consider before you buy your policy.

Travel insurance best buys – This section compares the cheapest prices from a number of price comparison websites for a range of different policy types

Will the policy pay out? Q&A – Information about how to make sure your insurer will definitely pay out when you need them to.

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Levels of Cover
With four levels of cover to choose from, you're sure to find an insurance policy to suit you.
  • Legal costs up to £25,000
  • Medical and repatriation expenses up to £5m
  • Luggage delay
  • Personal effect
  • Deposit cover
  • Travel delay
  • Abandonment and missed departure
  • Legal costs up to £50,000
  • Gadget cover up to £1000
  • Travel delay
  • Abandonment and missed departures
  • Legal costs up to £50,000
  • Gadget cover up to £1000

Price of cover is dependent both on number of travellers as well as travellers’ ages. To calculate the exact cost of your cover, use Quick Quote.

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