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|Holidaymakers 'budget for duty free bargains'|
|3rd March 2009|
|While many holidaymakers may like to shop around to get the best deals on their travel insurance, it seems as though others have other ways of cutting costs when abroad.|
A study from Direct Line Travel Insurance has revealed that a significant amount of people plan ahead to make use of duty...
|Quarter of Brits 'would sacrifice travel insurance'|
|25th February 2009|
|Nearly a quarter of Brits say they would run the risk of jetting off without travel insurance to save themselves some money, results of a new survey have revealed.|
Research conducted by LV= discovered that 22 per cent of respondents say they are planning to cut back or reduce their travel i...
|Businesses 'only approving sales related travel'|
|17th February 2009|
|It has been claimed that many businesses are approving trips which are related to sales only, which could help them to save on the cost of travel insurance for their employees.|
According to the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE), 79 per cent of research respondents are antici...
|Holidaymakers warned about 'hidden cost' of bundled travel insurance|
|17th February 2009|
|People looking to take out travel insurance with their package holiday are being urged to ensure that the policy bundled with their trip is not excessive.|
According to the Strabane Chronicle, the optional travel insurance offered by many package holiday providers can be more expensive than ...
|Bupa: Travel insurance vital for business trips|
|13th February 2009|
|Business travellers need to ensure that they take out proper travel insurance when they are going on trips, it has been claimed.|
According to Bupa, this is especially relevant to those heading to the US due to the high cost of medial treatment.
The organisation stated that across t...
|Brits 'cut travel insurance' to save money|
|12th February 2009|
|In a bid to save money during the current economic downturn, many Brits are sacrificing their travel insurance, new research has revealed.|
Around 24 per cent of respondents to a survey conducted by American Express claimed travel insurance would be one of the first things to go in order to ...
|Brits 'could save money by caravanning'|
|11th February 2009|
|Brits looking to cut down the costs of their travel insurance and have a cheaper holiday may want to consider caravanning, one organisation has suggested.|
The National Caravan Council (NCC) claims that such a break is a good way of controlling expenses as it does not cost much more than bei...
|More Brits 'using price comparison sites to book holidays'|
|5th February 2009|
|People planning their summer holidays and thinking about purchasing travel insurance may want to take heed of advice from one company.|
Trivargo UK claims that consumers should always check price comparison websites before booking any holidays as this is one of the best ways to find good dea...
|ABI: Check travel insurance policies in snowy weather|
|4th February 2009|
|The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has advised Brits on whether their travel insurance policy will cover them if their flights are delayed in the snowy weather.|
According to the body, travel insurance cover usually begins when passengers have been delayed for the time specified in th...
|Brits 'jetting further abroad on long-haul flights'|
|3rd February 2009|
|Brits may be buying travel insurance and jetting further abroad as the cost of flights is coming down, one organisation has suggested.|
In the opinion of ABTA The Travel Association, it is now more affordable for people to go on long haul flights because the cost has come down "d...