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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (04 Dec 18 07:56)

I needed the same advice last year but found it just as well to Google the same question. Different companies vary in cost depending on the condition and personal circumstances.

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GARDNER - Answered a Question by Bullamore (08 Dec 18 10:20)

We have pre meds , myself diabetes 2 , my wife Parkinsons , and recently breast cancer , my daughter [now 20] born with T.O.F. Fistule/oa , we have thru my bank Coop a World wide Travel insurance inc U.S.A . for £72 per YEAR . For ALL OF US ! Its with ROCK Travel Insurance .

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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (04 Dec 18 08:45)

You need to use a couple of comparison sites to see the best deals. Last month I was quoted from £150 to over £2000 (saga) for the same 12 month cover! I would advise not to just go on price but also check quality of service, especially for handling claims, in case you have to actually use it.

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Molyneux - Answered a Question by Bullamore (04 Dec 18 09:31)

Excellent advice!

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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (04 Dec 18 11:12)

When you do contact any potential Insurer and there are plenty to choose from Make sure that you have details of any Medication Medical Conditions etc to hand.

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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (04 Dec 18 21:29)

You could try All Clear - they have come up wth pretty good prices when I have used them.

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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (06 Dec 18 19:07)

If u are a member of m and s premier club that covers travel ins also. Supplement paid for medical conditions which seems very reasonable.

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Hardie - Answered a Question by Bullamore (07 Dec 18 22:01)

Try Boots they are very good for preparing existing conditions.

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- Answered a Question by Bullamore (08 Dec 18 16:41)

Try All Clear and Holiday Extras, they usually give competative prices.

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