When travelling overseas, travel insurance is essential as you never know what might happen. Even just a small accident could leave you with a hospital bill running well into the thousands of dollars! That’s why travel insurance is an affordable and worthwhile investment.
The good news is that many reputable travel insurance providers offer promo codes. You can use these to save money on travel insurance, without reducing your cover.
Travel insurance discount codes come and go from time to time. But here are some of the best current travel insurance discount codes as of October 2019:
- Save 20% on InsureandGo travel insurance using promo code GROUPON20
- Save 20% on World2Cover travel insurance using promo code WW20ENTB
- Save 15% on Travel Insurance Saver travel insurance using this link (discount automatically applied, expires 30 November 2019)
- Save 15% on Budget Direct travel insurance using promo code SAVEONLINE
- Save 10% on Travel Insurance Direct policies using promo code TR1PW1S317
- Save 10% on Virgin Money travel insurance using promo code LUCKY
- Save 10% on Australia Post travel insurance using promo code TRAVEL10
- Save 5% on Fast Cover travel insurance using promo code 5OFF
To use any of these travel insurance discount codes, simply enter the promo code when getting a quote on any of the travel insurance providers’ respective websites.
Don’t forget that AFF GOLD members can also access a 20% discount on Columbus Direct travel insurance policies. This includes annual worldwide multi-trip policies. More information is available to logged-in AFF GOLD members in the Gold Membership Privileges forum.
When choosing a travel insurance policy, always read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) carefully to check what is and isn’t covered. For example, some policies won’t cover incidents resulting from alcohol consumption. And most insurers will only cover travel-related expenses resulting from the death of a family member under specific – but differing – circumstances.
Got a question about travel insurance? Ask it on the Australian Frequent Flyer Travel Insurance forum.