Member since 30 Oct 2013
Total posts 4
anyone bought an yearly multi trip travel insurance policy? company and price?
Member since 21 Apr 2012
Total posts 2,060
The QBE one sold through Travel Insurance Cover (google "travel insurance cover") offers good value. They offer QBE annual policies at a significant discount. I believe you earn QFF points too.
Member since 04 Sep 2012
Total posts 70
The Qantas website sells QBE Annual Cover as well. In my case family cover works out at $540 whereas Travel Insurance Cover has the same cover for $900.
Wow great tip F8. I'll look into that when renewing next year! Is there a link on the Qantas website?
TRB: Happy to save you some money! :-)
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Member since 05 Jun 2012
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They are great. But the main difference in pricing will be in the dental and medical coverage. Buy the more expensive one - it's worth it
Member since 07 Apr 2013
Total posts 134
You would need to travel frequently to get value from one, I've had quotes for two of us at $900 a year with Southern Cross, but find it more economical to buy single policies.
Not knowing your circumstances, we only travel overseas 2 or 3 times a year for periods of 2 weeks to 5 weeks at a time and the policies are around $195 for a couple for 2 weeks in USA or $236 for 5 weeks in Europe.
Member since 20 Nov 2012
Total posts 40
I get 40% off my QBE annual policy from my CPA association, and I believe other professional associations offer the same. Single annual (worldwide incl USA) policy was $253 from memory.
Otherwise you can get 30% off QBE anytime, google "30% off qbe" for a list of offers.
The entertainment book members has an 30% off QBE offer on till 31 Dec.
I also like QBE as they also cover frequent flyer points flights - but please take a look at your policy to make sure your specific one does (in case they change it).
Member since 05 Sep 2013
Total posts 28
Have you considerd geting a credit card that has travel insurace connected to it?
I have a westapc card & their travel insurance is through Zurich. I have made 2 claims in the past and never had any issues.
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