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Buying an insurance policy should give with peace of mind so you can relax in the knowledge that your money and possessions are protected against any unforeseen disasters. However, when disaster strikes, many consumers forget that they may still need to pay an ‘excess’ which is their contribution towards the cost of the claim.
Depending on the level of excess, some people may still be left with a small hole in their pocket, which is why Holidaysafe is proud to offer their customers a range of zero excess travel insurance policies.
Holidaysafe offers a range of policies and levels of cover, which all contain different excess levels. However, if you would rather have nothing to pay in the event of a claim, we offer two options;
To opt for a zero excess travel insurance policy, simply click our ‘Get a Quote’ button and choose a policy type, for example, Single Trip, you can then choose to add the Excess Waiver at the bottom of the options page during the quote process.
Holidaysafe’s Excess Waiver Extension is available for a small additional premium on the following policies;
As well as offering our customers the chance to customise their excess, we also offer the following benefits:
☆The Which? Best Rate feature applies to Holidaysafe’s Premier cover, based on a 24-day Single Trip policy with Worldwide excluding Mexico cover. The table was last updated on Which?’s website on 30/06/2023.
*Please note, Holidaysafe’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices.
To get a quote please choose one of the following policy types:
Below are the Holidaysafe policy types which offer the Excess Waiver.
Please choose one of the following policy types and remember to add the Excess Waiver on the options page of the quote process.
Alternatively, you can view our complete range of Holidaysafe policies here.