Brexit Travel Insurance

Find out how our travel insurance policies could protect you against unforeseen events like Brexit.

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Will travel insurance cover Brexit?

Here, we outline the key facts of Staysure Travel Insurance policies in light of the potential impact of Brexit:

If you have, or are taking out a policy with Staysure, then Brexit should have no impact on the validity of your travel insurance policy. That includes our Single Trip and Annual policies for UK residents.

If you’re concerned about a specific scenario, then it’s worth checking your policy documents carefully to see what is and isn’t covered by your chosen level of cover.
If you are concerned about potential delays to your travels, you might want to consider optional Travel Disruption Extension cover.

For Staysure, Travel Disruption Extension is available on both Basic and Comprehensive policies as an optional extra and can be bought online or over the phone. Claims under this section that may be caused by any unforeseen Brexit travel disruption will be honoured for any policies sold until the date at which Brexit disruption is a known event.

If you are concerned about the potential insolvency of your travel provider that may be caused by Brexit and whether your policy will cover you, then it will be important to check that you have End Supplier Failure – which is available as standard with our Comprehensive policies.

If you want to change your holiday dates because of Brexit and are still planning on going to the same place, then in terms of your travel insurance, we are happy to transfer the period of cover free of charge, as long as the departure date is within six months,  subject to underwriters’ acceptance.

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Should I declare my pre-existing medical conditions on my travel insurance?

You can declare your medical conditions through our online medical screening process, which is a straightforward set of questions for us to understand how your medical condition affects you. Or, if you prefer, you can complete the medical screening over the phone.

It’s important that all pre-existing conditions are declared on your medical travel insurance.

This will avoid large medical bills if you need treatment in another country. Failure to disclose any pre-existing medical conditions may affect the validity of your policy should you need to claim.

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What's Covered?

Basic Comprehensive
Medical emergencies and repatriation
Up to £5 million Unlimited
Cancellation
Up to £500 Up to £5,000
Cutting your holiday short
Up to £500 Up to £5,000
Baggage claims
Up to £300 Up to £2,500
Cash lost or stolen
Up to £250 Up to £500
Personal liability
- Up to £2 million
Legal protection cover
- Up to £25,000
Excess
£85-£100 £65

Our Optional Travel Disruption Extension will cover Brexit related incidents for the following:

As part of our optional Travel Disruption Extension, you will only be covered for Parts A and either B or C as explained below:

Part A – Travel Delay

A claim may be submitted if your journey is delayed for more than 12 hours at the departure point of any connecting public transport in the United Kingdom or to your overseas destination.

Part B- Irrecoverable Unused Accommodation

A claim may be submitted if your journey is delayed for more than 12 hours for accommodation and travel costs (and other pre-paid charges) which have been paid or are contracted to be paid because the insured was not able to travel due to a covered incident under Part A.

OR

Part C – Additional Accommodation Expenses

A claim may be submitted if the journey is delayed for more than 12 hours for additional travel and accommodation expenses necessarily incurred in reaching the pre-booked overseas destination because the insured was not able to travel due to a covered incident under Part A.

Automatic cover extension:
If you have Staysure Travel Insurance, we can extend your cover for an extra 72 hours for people who find themselves stranded abroad due to their planned inbound journey being affected by Brexit.

For more information on the wider issues of how travel will change after Brexit for Brits, see Brexit: How will it affect my holiday?

Basic Comprehensive
Medical emergencies and repatriation Up to £5 million Unlimited
Cancellation Up to £500 Up to £5,000
Cutting your holiday short Up to £500 Up to £5,000
Baggage claims Up to £300 Up to £2,500
Cash lost or stolen Up to £250 Up to £500
Personal liability - Up to £2 million
Legal protection cover - Up to £25,000
Excess £85-£100 £65

Our Optional Travel Disruption Extension will cover Brexit related incidents for the following:

As part of our optional Travel Disruption Extension, you will only be covered for Parts A and either B or C as explained below:

Part A – Travel Delay

A claim may be submitted if your journey is delayed for more than 12 hours at the departure point of any connecting public transport in the United Kingdom or to your overseas destination.

Part B- Irrecoverable Unused Accommodation

A claim may be submitted if your journey is delayed for more than 12 hours for accommodation and travel costs (and other pre-paid charges) which have been paid or are contracted to be paid because the insured was not able to travel due to a covered incident under Part A.

OR

Part C – Additional Accommodation Expenses

A claim may be submitted if the journey is delayed for more than 12 hours for additional travel and accommodation expenses necessarily incurred in reaching the pre-booked overseas destination because the insured was not able to travel due to a covered incident under Part A.

Automatic cover extension:
If you have Staysure Travel Insurance, we can extend your cover for an extra 72 hours for people who find themselves stranded abroad due to their planned inbound journey being affected by Brexit.

For more information on the wider issues of how travel will change after Brexit for Brits, see Brexit: How will it affect my holiday?

Optional extras

Connecting Flight Cover
If you're taking more than one connecting flight to reach your destination or home, it's important you have our optional Connecting Flight add-on. This then extends your cover for connecting flights if cancelled or delayed.
Excess Waiver
Available on Comprehensive policies only
If you need to make a claim, having an Excess Waiver means you won’t have to pay any excess from your own pocket for each item you’re claiming for. This can’t be added retrospectively and does not apply to Terrorism Cancellation, Car Hire Excess Waiver or Gadget cover.
Gadget Cover
Available on Comprehensive policies only
This cover is available for an unlimited number of gadgets for up to £1,000 for things like: accidental loss or theft, accidental or malicious damage, liquid damage, unauthorised call, text or data usage.
Terrorism Cancellation Cover
Available on Comprehensive policies only
Be covered for choosing to cancel your holiday if there has been a terrorist act in the past 42 days within 40 miles of where you’re going on holiday. FCO do not have to advise against travel in order to make a claim.
Travel Disruption Extension
This option provides up to £5,000 additional cover per person against travel disruption where it’s not safe for you to travel, or where you’re stuck on holiday, due to natural disasters or terrorism incidents that have been declared as unsafe to travel by the Government.
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