Read the Small Print!

A travel survey by AllClear has discovered that 1/10 people do not bother to read the small print on their travel insurance policy before they travel. The survey found that, out of the two thousand people questioned, 40% skim the small print and 26% skip through it almost completely.

It is always extremely important to read the small print on your travel insurance policy, as it includes information which could prove vital if you need to make a claim. Furthermore, if the small print contains any information which you do not understand, then it is important that you ring your insurer to get your queries answered.

A good example is pregnant travellers and their partners, who regularly miss the small print on their policies. Pregnant women are usually allowed to travel up to 36 weeks, however the small print on some policies sometimes limits this to 26 weeks, plus some insurers will not cover the costs of premature birth and illness.

At we aim to offer award winning travel insurance to suit any holiday and budget, first class customer service and a totally clear-cut customer experience. Therefore, we have redesigned our policy wordings, to make them clearer and easier for everyone to understand. Plus our dedicated in house UK based customer service team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Please note, Holidaysafe's online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
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