Single trip quote (Before calculating your quote you should read the policy health declaration)

All fields marked with an ‘*’ are mandatory.

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Activity

You should select your main activity or the highest risk activity you may take part in but you will also be covered for other activities as well providing they are a lower risk than activity selected in this box.

Activities and their respective risks.

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Activity type

Lower risk activities are at the top of the drop down list, higher risks at the bottom. You are automatically covered for all activities lower than your selection.

Single trip activities.

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Your age

Select the age bracket of the oldest person on the policy. Higher rates apply to persons over the age of 65. Separate policies should be taken for older group members which will reduce the premium for younger members.

Persons aged 80 years and over please read our age related FAQs

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Area

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office currently advise against travel to certain areas, www.fco.gov.uk/travel – your policy will not cover travel to these areas. You must follow FCO advice, if unsure email:

Geographical limits

Please use the calendar to select the date you are departing.
Your return date will be calculated for you based on the duration of your trip.

Note: We do not accept applications for short periods in the middle of longer trips.

Departing:      Returning:
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Duration

Enter the date you depart from home in the United Kingdom. You must NOT start a policy either part way through a trip or after you have left the United Kingdom. Then select the number of days of your trip. Ensure the return date matches the date you arrive back at home in the UK and not before.

Please select the level of cover required. These are currently set at our standard cover levels.

Note: Policy limits selected are ‘per person’.

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Baggage

You can insure your baggage upto £3000. Sports and electronic equipment are covered separately. Covers bags, clothing, toiletries, footwear (ski/climbing boots are covered by equipment), valuables (jewellery, furs, gold, silver items, watches – limited to £350).

See full policy wording.

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Sports equipment

Sports equipment is activity equipment necessary for the pursuit of an insured activity. It includes avalanche transceivers, GPS, dive computers, sat phones. Clothing is covered under the baggage option. You can insure equipment up to £3000.

See full policy wording.

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Techno pack

For cameras and electrical equipment, e.g. mp3s, video consoles, laptops and mobile phones but NOT avalanche transceivers, GPS, dive computers & sat phones which are covered by the Sports equipment option. You can insure Techno pack items up to £2000.

See full policy wording

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Cancellations

For lost travel and accommodation expenses if you have to cancel a holiday or cut it short because of injury or illness. Includes travel delay and missed departure but only if this section is selected. You can insure cancellation expenses up to £5000.

See full policy wording

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Excess

The standard policy excess you have to pay in the event of a claim is £50. You can elect to waive or carry a higher excess which will reduce your premium but ensure it is not higher than any sum insured you select. The policy excess is applicable per person, per claim under each section of the policy.

How are you traveling?

 Single
 Couple
 Family
 Group

YOUR INSURANCE PREMIUM

£ 0.00

(Inclusive of insurance premium tax)

  
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    A family is 2 adults and upto 4 children under the age of 18 – a couple is 2 persons married or living together as married – a group is 2 or more persons

    Family, Couple and Group definitions
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    Online quotes are valid only at the time of display although they can be saved for later retrieval in ‘Your account’ when the premium may have changed.

    How long are quotes valid for?
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    If you buy your policy now cover is issued instantly and you can print your own policy documents at the end of the purchase process.

    Does it take long to process a policy?
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    Yes. There is a 14 day cooling off period on all policies subject to your not having travelled.

    Is there a cooling off period?

Insurance policies available from this website can only be used by UK & Channel Islands residents.

Online quotes are valid only at the time of display although they can be saved for later retrieval in ‘Your account’ when the premium display may have changed – If you buy your policy now cover is issued instantly and you can print your own policy documents at the end of the purchase process. If you require assistance please email or call 0844 826 2699 (office hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, you may be asked to leave a message during busy periods but you will not be held in a call management queue). Please note there is a 14 day cooling off period on all policies subject to your not having travelled.

Activities covered

ClimbingCanoingSkiingDivingBikingSailing

You are covered for the main activity you select and also any activities that are at a lower level (see list of activities included with each policy). If your activity is not listed you must check with us that you can be insured, email:

Policy wording

Travel insurance guide and policy wordingDownload the full policy wording for Snowcard travel insurance.

policy-wording.pdf
policy-summary.pdf

Duration of insurance

CalendarEnter the date you depart from home in the United Kingdom. You must NOT start a policy either part way through a trip or after you have left the United Kingdom. Ensure the return date matches the date you arrive back at home in the United Kingdom and not before.

If you are an existing customer please enter your email address and password (if this is the first time you have used our new system, your password is your Snowcard ID. You can change this by visitng ‘Your account’ once you are logged in).

If you are a new customer please ‘Register’.

 

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