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Holiday insurance/50 plus

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Holiday insurance/50 plus

My annual holiday insurance runs out at the end of the year, & now looking on line to find another provider.

As I am a Year older, & type 2 diabetic, finding the prices have gone up with a `Bang` Can any one recommend a good insurance policy geared to the 50 plus generation.??

Thanks

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1. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

My parents usually use Easyjet Insurance, my dad has medical conditions and they always find it very resonable. They had to claim a couple of years ago as my dad had an accident and ended up in hospital for a few days and they had no problems, they just paid a small excess and the insurance company covered the rest.

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2. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

Can you buy from Easyjet, even if you do not buy your flight from them???

If so, will look it up.

Cheers

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3. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

We have got a joint annual policy from Traveltime for just under £100 this year. This is with declared medical conditions.

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4. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

Hi I'm type2 diabetic and now using insulin and I'm with saga. I have recently started using insulin and with all the changes in my policy the total price was

£85 for annual cover. Angie x

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5. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

Yes, you can.

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6. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

B1ondie2. I can not believe the SAGA Price you were quoted. They quoted me nealy double that price. Up to now the AA is the best price I can find.

But still looking.

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7. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

I have just renewed mine with Insure and Go and found them to be the best price.

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8. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

Knitter44. Is this with any medical problems???

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9. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

I used Insure and Go this year including medical conditions Asthma, High Blood Pressure and high colestrel,it was the cheapest I could find,after using Direct Travel for years with the same conditions and no claims they had more than doubled my annual policy,so decided to shop around..

Wendy

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10. Re: Holiday insurance/50 plus

Yes its with medical conditions and we are both paying more now as we have reached a certain age!

I was insured with Staysure last year but they want to know all your medical history and actually added £41 to my policy for treatment I had 32 years ago!

Insure and Go only go back 5 years.

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