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Travel Insurance, who's cheapest?

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Demented · 18/07/2004 14:43

Does anyone know?

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JPM · 18/07/2004 14:45

Always found Tesco or the Post Office cheapest mysekl

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littlemissbossy · 18/07/2004 14:46

you get an on-line from 1stopinsurance.co.uk - they seem cheap to me HTH

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lemonice · 18/07/2004 14:48

I think it depends on who for but I second Post Office for a family package, but the real test is claiming which i haven't had to do!

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Tetley · 18/07/2004 15:24

Try Atlas Insurance for an annual policy (which we've found to be worthwhile) - usually around £50.

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CountessDracula · 18/07/2004 15:24

Columbus are very cheap

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Jaxmum · 18/07/2004 15:43

Cheapest is not always best. Sainsbury Bank won 'policy of the year' and is very good value. We paid £38 last year for the whole family.

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DelGirl · 18/07/2004 16:44

I always use Norwich Union (online), they always seem to be the cheapest, for me anyway.

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willow2 · 18/07/2004 18:58

Got an annual policy from M&S - did very well in recent Which? report, seemed competitively priced.

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Demented · 18/07/2004 22:39

Aha M&S, I think that's who we went with last year, we only had to pay for the adults and got the children free, was having a mental block, couldn't remember the company. I will look into these other companies though, they may do a better deal.

Thanks to all.

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