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When floods in central and eastern Europe ruined many people's holiday plans in 2002 Egg travel insurance was, unlike some other major insurers, willing to pay for evacuation, relocation or cancellation necessitated by the extreme weather. That's a promising sign for a company which markets itself on 'no nonsense cover, great value'.
Egg travel insurance single trip policies start at a very low £11, multi-trip policies at £41. And with the latter you get free winter sports cover. As with all travel insurance policies it's important to remember that low premiums have to be balanced against how much cover you're getting, so it's important to read a policy document in full to make sure it's what you need. And don't go for the first deal you see. But also remember that low costs for online insurers are in part due to the fact their low overheads can translate to the buyer: there are certainly savings and convenience to be had. For more information about Egg's policies and to get an online quote, visit the site at new.egg.com.
Egg travel insurance: great online deals
Note also that there are often special offers on sites like Egg's: at the time of writing it's possible on the Egg site to buy an annual family European travel insurance policy for £15 if you're an Egg card holder. But whichever travel insurance provider you go for, make sure you know and understand every aspect of your policy before you buy it. New transparency laws introduced at the beginning of 2005 oblige insurers to explain your policy clearly in writing and why it is suitable for you. But these laws, overseen by the Financial Ombudsman, only apply to companies whose primary business is insurance or finance. That doesn't include travel agents. Well established agents should be trustworthy but as a rule of thumb when buying any insurance it's important to be clear on what you're getting before you get it.