NEW: Introducing our Premier Gadget Insurance

We know that you value your holiday insurance, but many people also worry about their electronic gadgets when they are at home. What if they are stolen, or they break down, or they get dropped and damaged?

To help you with this, we’ve just introduced a new policy, Premier Gadget Insurance.

This offers low monthly payments (or yearly payments if you prefer), and gives you up to £1,500 of cover on every gadget.

You also get 90 days worldwide gadget cover, which is useful because most travel insurance policies offer only limited cover for your gadgets.

We offer cover for mobile phones, tablet computers, iPads, laptops, cameras, MP3 music players, and other popular gadgets too.

What’s covered?
You can enjoy peace of mind, with all our policies covering:

  • Accidental damage
  • Theft
  • Liquid damage
  • Fraudulent use
  • 90 days worldwide cover
  • Upgrade to our Silver policy to also get cover on Loss, and the Gold policy also includes cover for Breakdown.

Get your 10% discount today
So whether you lose your gadget, have it stolen or it just breaks down, our Premier Gadget Insurance policy could have you covered.

Get a quote on Premier Gadget Insurance today and save 10% with code LAUNCH10.

Car Hire Excess Waiver Insurance

Most car rental companies charge an excess if you have an accident. This means that you will be responsible for the first part of the claim.

The part you are responsible for is called the “excess” and it varies from one car hire company to another. However, it’s usually between £500 and £2,000 depending on the vehicle type you rent – but it can be substantially more on high-value cars.

You can protect yourself against these charges by purchasing an excess waiver, sometimes known as a Super Collision Damage Waiver (SCDW). Some companies will try to sell you a waiver when you book the hire car, often with hard-sell tactics, but it can cost over £20 a day! It’s better to buy your policy in the UK before you travel: you’ll save money and get more comprehensive cover too.

So if you’re hiring a car when you travel, go to CHEW Insurance and get great value cover today.

Save 10% when you buy Car Hire Excess Waiver insurance

Most car rental companies charge an excess if you have an accident. This means that you will be responsible for the first part of the claim.

The part you are responsible for is called the “excess” and it varies from one car hire company to another. However, it’s usually between £500 and £2,000 depending on the vehicle type you rent – but it can be substantially more on high-value cars.

You can protect yourself against these charges by purchasing an excess waiver, sometimes known as a Super Collision Damage Waiver (SCDW). Some companies will try to sell you a waiver when you book the hire car, often with hard-sell tactics, but it can cost over £20 a day! It’s better to buy your policy in the UK before you travel: you’ll save money and get more comprehensive cover too.

So if you’re hiring a car when you travel, go to CHEW Insurance and use discount codeAPR15 for a 10% discount.