The cost of travel insurance can vary enormously no matter where you go! Say you’re 30 (ish) years old and you’re going to England for a two-week holiday. Depending on your preferred level of cover, you can expect to pay anything from $44 to $280. To give you an idea, we’ve outlined the costs of several policies below;
Basic policies approx. $44 – $60. If you’re looking for real low cost cover Kango’s Joey Cover ($44) is the cheapest basic policy on our site. This policy includes $5 million medical and $1.5 million personal liability only. The excess you must pay towards a claim is $250.
Mid-level policies approx $60 – $80. Fast Cover’s standard policy offers decent cover at just $59. This includes unlimited medical, unlimited cancellation, $5 million personal liability, $5,000 luggage, $15,000 accidental death, $2,500 hospital cash, $15,000 personal disability, $2,000 for travel documents and $30,000 travel expenses. The excess is $200.
Comprehensive policies approx. $80 (ish) – $280. 1Cover’s comprehensive policy at $85 offers generous cover with a low excess of $100. Their policy includes unlimited medical, unlimited cancellation, $5 million personal liability, $15,000 luggage, $25,000 accidental death, $5,000 hospital cash, $25,000 personal disability, $5,000 for travel documents and $50,000 travel expenses.
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