TRAVEL insurance is one of the most important elements of travelling – nobody wants any troubles while they’re away from home.
But we know that all the extra bits can be quite pricey, so we’ve found a way to get some cashback back to your bank account.
Once you’ve booked out all your holidays and made plans for the year ahead, there are only a few things left to sort out.
One of those is travel insurance, so you and your family can be certain that unexpected financial expenses won’t be an issue while travelling.
Travel insurances can vary, but it should normally include medical expenses, aid to get home if you’ve fallen ill, a cover for accidents, and damaged items.
Travel Supermarket Travel insurance is a good place to start looking for the right cover, as you can compare 400+ holiday insurance policies and find the one that suits you the most.
And if you use cashback site Quidco, you’ll get up to 35 per cent cashback.
In addition to that, you’ll also get a £10 bonus if you spend £100 or more.
Here’s our step by step guide of how to take advantage of the offer:
- Sign up to Quidco here for free
- Visit Travel Supermarket Travel insurance via the cashback site
- Purchase a travel insurance
- Get up to 35 per cent cashback
- If you spend more than £100, you’ll also get an extra £10 bonus cashback.
- Withdraw your cashback back to your bank account
The £10 cashback bonus is available to all the new Quidco members until Feb 4, and the offer is valid for the first 2500 sign-ups.
If you want to get increased additional cashback you’ll need to be quick – increased cashback rates end at 11:59pm tonight, Jan 31.
It’s a great opportunity to take care of all of your year’s travels and save some cash at the same time.
You can find more information here.
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