1 in 5 (20%) 18 to 34 year old holidaymakers have completely made up travel insurance claims in order to pay for, or subsidise, the cost of their holiday.
Make the Post Office a one stop shop for all your travel needs this summer with a wide range of travel services all under one roof. Post Office, voted Best Foreign Exchange and Travel Money Retailer, offers customers excellent value on an extensive range of travel products including travel money and insurance.
Ever been ineligible for standard travel insurance due to a pre-existing medical condition? Well, Confused.com has introduced a solution to this problem and will be launching a new price comparison service on 14 May 2012 that allows travellers with pre-existing medical conditions to get a quick and easy travel insurance policy.
Following the successful launch of the UK's first integrated car insurance comparison and commission tool, QuidcoCompare has now extended its offering that will service the travel and home insurance market.
Tesco offers customers planning an Easter break the perfect ‘one-stop shop' for travel cover and holiday essentials.
No upper age limit on both single-trip and annual multi-trip travel insurance and cover for severe medical conditions where other insurers may decline cover are just two of the eye-catching features on offer from Britain’s newest travel insurance provider.
With many Brits preparing for an Easter getaway, MoneySupermarket outlines its top tips to ensure holidaymakers have the right cover in place to safeguard against any unexpected holiday mishaps.
There are so many travel insurance sites around, all offering what looks like very similar products that it is easy to get confused. After all, I get cover through my bank account/credit card/household insurance anyway, so why bother?
Gap years have never been more popular and with this in mind adventure travel company, True Traveller has developed a specialist Gap Year and Backpacker insurance site, adventuretravelinsurance.co.uk.
With perfect snow reported over the European slopes, the half-term ski getaway will see thousands of families heading for European resorts.
With many Brits already booking their 2012 getaways, the count down is on for jetting off to sunny climes - but don't let it be ruined by leaving it too late to buy travel insurance, says MoneySupermarket.com.
Everyone loves a holiday, getting away from the daily grind to go somewhere exotic or spending the week doing the activity that you love.
Holiday makers are being urged to take out adequate winter sports cover as recent reports reveal that one in five skiers and snowboarders is considering travelling without insurance.
British skiers and snowboarders are skiing or boarding drunk, too fast, without taking lessons from professionals, and without checking they are properly covered by travel insurance according to research from Santander Insurance.
With thousands set to beat the January blues by booking a winter escape, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) advises ski holidaymakers to avoid starting their new year on the wrong foot by making sure they're covered on the slopes.
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