Travel Insurance Saver
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Covers trips up to 60 days overseas and within Australia for 12 months
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.

Please view the existing medical condition page to see which conditions are covered for free. If you do not disclose a medical condition that specific medical condition and anything associated with the condition will be excluded

If you wish to include the medical conditions you will be required to complete an Existing Medical Condition (EMC) form to determine whether the condition is covered for free, for a fee or excluded. To complete the EMC form online please follow these steps; no payment details are required during the application.

  1. Click on the Buy Now button on any of the policies that are available
  2. Continue through and enter in your personal details and email address and make sure you select Yes to EMC and continue.
  3. You will then be redirected to the nib website to complete the EMC form. All your personal details will be pre-populated.
  4. You can click through the 4 pages via the Continue button on the bottom right of the screen, all travel and personal fields will be pre-populated.
  5. Click on 'YES' when requested about Existing Medical Conditions (EMC), which is after all your personal details.
  6. Complete the form and enter in the condition/s you wish to include on your policy.
  7. Once completed you will receive your Quote Number via email.

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To compare travel insurance online can be a challenging task. You have to read through pages of long policy documents and try to understand the often complicated legal language used by many insurers.

In recent years, the rate of insurance being advertised across various media mediums has increased. Whether it be insurance advertised on the television during dinner time, ads on billboards, or advertisement in your Facebook feed, exposure to insurance has definitely amplified. Travel Insurance Saver Awards
The internet is a great way to compare travel insurance policies and attempt to cut through the clutter of competing insurers. Even with the internet, there are still plenty of companies vying for your attention, and this can be rather confusing sometimes. You will want to simplify your shopping experience as much as possible, here are some ways you can do that:  

Compare Excess

An excess is an expense required to make a claim; a claim can have many benefits include in the one claim for the one excess amount. Most travel insurance companies include an excess. Our excesses range from $0 to $200. Some providers are significantly higher. 

Some policies have an option to buy out the excess so in the event of a claim you don't have to pay anything. These are usually called $0 Excess Policies, and they can be a good idea if you are planning on travelling for an extended period of time.

One thing you should look out for when you compare travel insurance policies is the excess. You do not want to buy a really cheap policy and then get stuck with an exorbitant excess. Make sure when you compare travel insurance providers that the price of the policy is reasonable, as well as the price of the excess.  

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Compare 24/7 Call centre

If you are travelling overseas and you run into any misfortune, you will want to be able to speak to your insurer no matter what the time is. Make sure your policy is underwritten by a responsible company who offer their services worldwide no matter what time it is.

When you compare travel insurance one of the first things that should be offered is a phone number of some sort. This should usually be found on the home page of the host website. If you compare insurance and notice that it’s too difficult to contact your insurer for basic information, you should consider what it would be like to contact them when you are in a foreign country.

Compare exclusions

Sometimes more important than what the policy covers, is what it doesn’t cover. When you make your travel insurance comparisons, look out for what the policy does not cover. For example, injuries sustained in terrorist attacks, civil unrest, natural disasters or insolvency of travel service providers.

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Having professional and experienced emergency assistance can be vital if you suffer a severe injury or illness while abroad. Many travel insurance providers outsource their emergency assistance, leaving customers to deal with staff from a third-party company in their time of need. 

Compare sports cover

Planning to be active on your trip? You will want to compare what kind of sports your covered for, a lot of the time this information is hidden in the fine print, so if you can call your insurer and double-check that’s a bonus. Some of the big ones that are not usually covered are hang-gliding, potholing, and any competitive competitions. TIS does not have an altitude limit on their policies, this is great if you are going to be hiking in places with high elevation, like Nepal or Peru.

Compare snow sports cover online, especially if you are planning to be taking a very active trip. If it becomes difficult to compare something online, or if the information just isn’t there, try calling the office number that your insurance provides so you can ask them some basic questions. 

Compare cancellation policies

You’ve probably paid a lot of money for your trip, the last thing you want to be left with is cancellation fees if something happens and you can no longer travel. 

There are many reasons you may need to cancel a trip. Maybe a family member becomes ill, or something happens to you. For any travel insurance compare the cancellation section of your policy carefully. Affordable family travel insurance does not always guarantee quality.   

You should compare what different cancellation policies offer from different providers. If you can compare different company’s product disclosure statements, even better. PDS’ contains all of the fine print about travel insurance policies, and even if you aren’t comparing, you should still find the time to read through the one you choose. 

Compare cancellation policies cancellation fees if something happens and you can no longer travel.

There are many reasons you may need to cancel a trip. Maybe a family member becomes ill, or something happens to you. For any travel insurance compare the cancellation section of your policy carefully. Affordable family travel insurance does not always guarantee quality.

21
May
2019
22
May
2019
Covers trips up to 60 days overseas and within Australia for 12 months
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.

Please view the existing medical condition page to see which conditions are covered for free. If you do not disclose a medical condition that specific medical condition and anything associated with the condition will be excluded

If you wish to include the medical conditions you will be required to complete an Existing Medical Condition (EMC) form to determine whether the condition is covered for free, for a fee or excluded. To complete the EMC form online please follow these steps; no payment details are required during the application.

  1. Click on the Buy Now button on any of the policies that are available
  2. Continue through and enter in your personal details and email address and make sure you select Yes to EMC and continue.
  3. You will then be redirected to the nib website to complete the EMC form. All your personal details will be pre-populated.
  4. You can click through the 4 pages via the Continue button on the bottom right of the screen, all travel and personal fields will be pre-populated.
  5. Click on 'YES' when requested about Existing Medical Conditions (EMC), which is after all your personal details.
  6. Complete the form and enter in the condition/s you wish to include on your policy.
  7. Once completed you will receive your Quote Number via email.