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Old Jun 15th 2007, 4:06 pm
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Where can I find holiday insurance that lasts longer than 30 or 31 days? My friend is planning on coming over from the UK at Christmas for 5 weeks and having trouble finding holiday insurance that will cover her for more than a month. Any ideas?
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Old Jun 15th 2007, 4:20 pm
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I got insurance from Boots for 4 months and have used Egg for over a month, I know the Post Office does it too. I'm sure there are others but those are the only 3 that either I or somebody I know have used.
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I got insurance from Boots for 4 months and have used Egg for over a month, I know the Post Office does it too. I'm sure there are others but those are the only 3 that either I or somebody I know have used.
Thanks. I'll pass that on. She went to the Post Office and they told her it would only cover her for a month at a time, maybe they got that wrong.
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Old Jun 15th 2007, 4:38 pm
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Thanks. I'll pass that on. She went to the Post Office and they told her it would only cover her for a month at a time, maybe they got that wrong.
I'm sure she can buy online from any of those 3, at the least they should do quotes.
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I'm sure she can buy online from any of those 3, at the least they should do quotes.
I've had a look and it's the annual policies that limit travel to 30 or so days. Pretty straightforward with single trip policies.
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www.travelsupermarket.com - there are links to a search engine for travel insurance and the prices are very reasonable.
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I've used Navigator Travel in the past for longer trips and they have always been very helpful.......

http://www.navigatortravel.co.uk
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Hi

I recently went on a cruise holiday in the Red Sea with my family. We bought travel insurance from this site, http://www.insuremore.co.uk/ if that’s of any use?

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