Multi-Trip Travel Insurance – Get the Cheapest Price Today
Caeva O'Callaghan | August 8th, 2018
Multi-trip travel insurance is becoming more and more popular with Irish people, as they take more holidays abroad from family sun holidays to city breaks.
Travel insurance should be considered strongly by anyone holidaying abroad. Annual multi-trip insurance allows you to buy travel insurance for multiple trips over a year.
Why Get Multi-Trip Travel Insurance?
If you take multiple holidays per year, then it makes sense to get a multi-trip travel insurance policy.
You will save money when compared to taking out separate, policies for each trip.
This covers you for all the trips you make in the space of a year as long as each trip is under a certain number of days. You can insure yourself, your partner or your family.
As a result, you should consider taking out a policy when you are planning your trip.
Types of Multi-trip Policies
When selecting a multi-trip policy make sure you have cover for the jurisdiction and activities you plan on doing.
For instance, if you are going to the United States make sure you have an annual multi-trip insurance policy that covers the US.
Typically insurance companies offer two coverage types:
- Within the EU
Additional travel Insurance Cover for Certain Activities
If you are skiing, be sure to have winter sports coverage etc.
This is usually an add-on to your basic policy. Therefore, it is important to be aware of this.
Travel insurance gives you peace of mind when travelling abroad. We have all heard stories of friends who lose their baggage or get injured from an accident when abroad.
As a result, taking out a travel insurance policy covers you from such incidents and helps prevent your holiday from becoming a nightmare.
Travel Insurance FAQs
For more information on Travel Insurance check out our Travel Insurance overview.
Insurance Ireland provides answers to many frequently asked questions.
In conclusion, multi-trip travel insurance is a great option for people to take multiple trips over a twelve month period.