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With plenty of policies to choose from, compare quotes from providers across the travel insurance market

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*Based on an individual aged 30, taking single trip cover for 3 days to France. Cover starts on 12th September and ends on 15th September 2022

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Get a good travel insurance deal

You can get a travel insurance policy from as little as £4.60†. This is a small price to pay for cover that could potentially save you money, as well as giving you peace of mind that you're covered for those unexpected situations.
How to get cheap travel insurance:

  • Decline optional extras

    It’s worth checking if your gadgets are covered abroad by your home insurance, or if protection is provided through your bank account, credit card or employee benefits package.

  • Type of policy

    If you’re only planning to travel once or twice annually, single-trip cover might be for you, but if you’re going away any more, you might benefit from an annual multi-trip policy.

†Based on an individual aged 30 taking single trip cover for 3 days to France. Cover starts on 7 October 2021 and ends on 10 October 2021. Annual cover from £11.85 based on an individual aged 30 with no pre-existing conditions taking annual cover for travel in Europe. Cover starts on 7 October 2021 and ends after 12 months. Price correct as of 9 August 2021.

Compare quotes for pre-existing medical conditions

If you have an illness or medical condition for which you’ve had treatment, you need to provide details to your insurer. Heart problems, diabetes, cancer and respiratory illnesses (such as asthma) are among the conditions that need to be declared as they could be excluded from your policy, and not mentioning them could invalidate your cover.

If you have a condition, you may have to pay more for your insurance.

You can find out more about pre-existing medical conditions with our dedicated guide.