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Hooray for Boots. It makes those pre-holiday rush jobs so much easier: insect repellent, sun hats, disposable cameras and Imodium - you name it, if you forgot to get it, Boots will have it. And now they do insurance too. Is Boots travel insurance as handy as the rest of its travel products (excluding from comparison those little fans, which if you're on a sweaty bus are the pinnacle of human endeavour)?
It can, certainly, be bought off the shelf like the store's other travel products and online at www.boots.com. There are four kinds of policy: city break, single trip, multi-trip and gap year, and cover starts from a very low £14. If it's possible to get an online quote before you apply for insurance the site doesn't make it very clear how - this might be because one size fits all - but for more information on the policies at least, visit the website. When looking at any insurance services, read the policy documents carefully to decide whether there's one suitable for you there.
Boots travel insurance: not a last minute decision
Because with all insurance providers the value you get depends to some extent on what your needs are it's worth looking around for the best deal before you decide on a particular policy. Look at the details carefully. For example, one of the really annoying things that can go wrong with a holiday is delays - and in an age of perpetual concern about airport security, they are always a possibility. Cover varies widely between companies, but will usually require a wait of at least 12 hours before any compensation is awarded. It's also important to check what causes of delay are covered in the policy.