Tell Admiral Travel Insurance your dream holiday scenario and find out how much the insurance would be - chance to win a £300 voucher

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EmmaMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 24-Aug-18 11:43:53


Lazing on a palm tree lined beach...skiing in the Alps...exploring the Amazon by canoe...we all have very different ideas when it comes to our dream holiday and Admiral Travel Insurance would love to hear what yours would be. Wherever your fantasy holiday scenario would be, and whoever you’d invite along if anyone please share it below, and get a quote from Admiral Travel Insurance to find out how much the insurance would be.

Click here to get a quote for your dream holidays’ travel insurance. It’s really quick - all you have to do is input the destination, number of guests, and duration of your dream holiday and then post how much the insurance would be below to be entered into a £300 voucher prize draw!

Admiral Travel Insurance have given MNers an exclusive 20% discount off travel insurance. Click here to get 20% off your travel insurance whether it’s for your dream holiday or not grin.

Would you want the whole family to be there? Or would it be a child-free holiday? Do you simply fantasise about a week on a beach? Or 5 months walking the Pacific Crest Trail? Whatever your dream holiday scenario would look like, tell us below along with how much the travel insurance would be and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a £300 voucher of your choice (from a list).

Thanks and good luck!


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BristolMum96 Fri 24-Aug-18 14:19:45

Got the result of "sorry, we are unable to provide you with a quote"...

TheHodgeoftheHedge Fri 24-Aug-18 14:28:00

I also get the result “sorry we are unable to provide you with a quote”.

This isn’t very good, is it?

Laney79 Fri 24-Aug-18 19:53:49

I got £50.11 for a two week trip to the Maldives with my other half!!!

Shuggas Fri 24-Aug-18 20:08:10

I can't get past page 2 once I have input all the details of travellers. All details correct it's just stuck and won't move on.

But my dream holiday is Italy with the family. I'd love to go and see the sights and taste their delicious food.

boptanana Fri 24-Aug-18 20:08:54

I would love a week in a cottage in France with children’s entertainment available for a couple of hours a day, meals provided and sunny but not unbearably hot weather.

ButterflyOfFreedom Fri 24-Aug-18 21:13:43

Not working for me either - though I'd go for either a trip to Barbados (just me & DH) or a family holiday to San Diego!


Headfullofdreams Fri 24-Aug-18 21:24:46

£35.50 for our insurance on a dream trip to Canada! Wish I was going there!

Headfullofdreams Fri 24-Aug-18 21:25:43

That's for me and the family.

QueenOfPharts Fri 24-Aug-18 22:46:13

Off to Florida to do Disneyland for 2weeks would be the kids dream. I really fancy Paris just me and dh. Got a quote for Florida of £57.32 not bad, is probably the only bit of that scenario I could affordwink

Margaurette Sat 25-Aug-18 05:29:11

Beach, sun, books, and very little else!

Treaclespongeandcustard Sat 25-Aug-18 08:04:33

I also get the result “sorry we are unable to provide you with a quote”. I think it’s because of my pre existing condition, which is classed as ‘low risk’. Waste of time. My dream holiday has already been booked and involved little risk - book and beach in Greece. Not impressed admiral.

sjonlegs Sat 25-Aug-18 08:21:29

Woah - I got £163.73 for travel to Hawaii with my whole family (3 children)!

The excessive amount is because my eldest son has profound medical and complex special needs. It trounces us every time - which is why he has only been abroad twice in his 15 years. TBH we have so much medial equipment and 'stuff' that unless we're driving and can actually fit it in (the rest of us have to travel VERY light) - then it really isn't worth our while financially because it would bankrupt us!

It seems hugely unfair that having a family member with special needs is so ridiculously expensive but c'est la vie! We will carry this financial burden for the rest of our lives.

Fortunately for us - I do have insurance through our family bank HSBC and they have been second to none ... if only we could afford an actual holiday! Ho hum

MaureenMLove Sat 25-Aug-18 10:35:11

Can't quote for me online either. Pre-existing medical condition, which whilst won't kill me yet, it is terminal.

Byrdie Sat 25-Aug-18 11:12:32

Erm... £227 for a trip for a family of five to America. What??????

SusanWalker Sat 25-Aug-18 13:54:41

£18.48 for two weeks in Italy. Just for me as a single person. A trip to Sorrento is my dream holiday for when the kids are grown up. I especially want to see Pompeii.

chronicallyawesome Sat 25-Aug-18 17:15:03

£141.12 for a 3 week trip to New England in the Fall - been my dream for some time. But I am medically complicated which is why so much for a single woman in her 30s, that works!

One day maybe... it's about what I expected to be honest.

asuwere Sat 25-Aug-18 19:09:08

£35.52 for 2 weeks in Florida with 5DC, which is much less than I expected it to be!

Sierra259 Sat 25-Aug-18 19:27:39

£114 pounds for a family trip to Hawaii. Except on that policy, cancellation costs only covered up to £1000, which is next to nothing for that kind of holiday! Would have to pay £179 for decent cancellation cover.

quizqueen Sat 25-Aug-18 20:39:15

£29.88 quote for a single trip to Italy for one person over 60 with some recent medical history . Not bad at all, I may consider them in future.
My dream holiday would be travelling to Australia to stay in Sydney for a while then going to see Ayres Rock then flying to New Zealand to see where the Lord of the Rings/Hobbit was filmed. Rather out of my price range at the moment though!

missymousey Sat 25-Aug-18 20:46:18

£37.48 for 2 weeks in Egypt over Christmas with DH and DS.
That was not quick though Admiral :-(

defineme Sat 25-Aug-18 21:08:23

£28.28 for my son and I to go to the Galapagos islands for 2 weeks...super!

Thatmum Sun 26-Aug-18 08:19:06

£72.40 for month in Europe for 5 of us. That doesn't include pre existing conditions though as it was such hard work putting in our dates of birth and my 'industry'- turns out option is 'none' as I'm sahp- that I couldn't face adding those details. Good price, poor delivery on a mobile.

PlayingForKittens Sun 26-Aug-18 08:34:29

It won't give me a quote due to medical conditions. Thankfully I have a yearly policy which is perfectly happy to cover my family of 5 and its medical needs for our wonderful dream holiday which we have booked for February to lapland.

fishnships Sun 26-Aug-18 09:36:18

£99.49 for a week to Sri Lanka with DH. TBH I find that too much!

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