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  • #1529980
    chariot
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    Member since: October 26, 2015
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    chariot

    I now have a Supergold card and like to travel overseas. Does anyone have a good tip on where to find the best travel insurance? I am not a Southern Cross member but note anyone can use them.

    #1738409
    anna46
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    Member since: December 1, 2019
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    anna46

    Hi,

    I’m looking for travel insurance for America, unfortunately I’m 73 with pre existing medical conditions, I had a stent five years ago

    Any recommendations for a company would be very much appreciated

    TIA

    ANNA

    #1738429
    chariot
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    Member since: October 26, 2015
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    chariot

    Hi Anna. I also have a pre existing condition and last trip went with State Insurance to the US. Unfortunately my next trip next year back to the US, State now does not insure for pre existing conditions. I have have used Cigna which has a discount in the past. However, the older you get the higher the insurance, and pre existing makes it even dearer. My next trip I have found Southern Cross the best deal for me (I am 69) and I am not a member of Southern Cross. Best of Luck, Cheryl

    #1738459
    anna46
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    Member since: December 1, 2019
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    anna46

    Hi Cheryl,

    Thanks for getting back to me,unfortunately Cigna or 1Cover who I usually use won’t cover me, I have one quote from TINZ which is very high,i think my age goes against me too I’ve just turned 73

    I will give Southern Cross a call and see if I have any luck

    Thanks again,

    Anna

    #1738924
    doogie
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    Member since: March 27, 2006
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    doogie

    Credit card providers will cover you no charge on the condition that half of your travel expenses go through your card account. Go to your bank and ask for a booklet of cover details.

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