Update: Admiral has announced that it has suspended selling travel insurance in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Try our travel insurance comparison page to find another insurer.
If you’re looking for peace of mind on your next getaway, travel insurance is the way to go. Is the insurance giant Admiral the right travel insurance provider for your next trip?
Admiral offer cover for a range of trips, so continue reading to find out more about Admiral and their policy options.
Admiral is a UK based insurance giant that was founded in 1993. It is a trading name of EUI Limited, and a subsidiary of the Admiral Group.
Admiral offer cover for a range of holidays, as well as some optional extras you can add on to your policy. As well as this, Admiral Travel Insurance now covers you for certain events related to Coronavirus. Below we have given a brief summary of the policy options available with Admiral.
Features of the policy include:
Features of the policy include:
With Admiral’s travel insurance, you get three levels of cover: Admiral, Admiral Gold and Admiral Platinum. Below we have listed what’s covered under each policy.
|Covered||Admiral||Admiral Gold||Admiral Platinum|
|Emergency medical and repatriation||✓||✓||✓|
|Cancellation or cutting your trip short||✓||✓||✓|
|Delayed or missed departure||✓||✓||✓|
|Money and documents||✓||✓||✓|
As you would expect, the policy payout amount will increase as you move from Admiral to Platinum cover.
An excess is the amount of money you contribute to each claim you make before Admiral will pay out.
The amount of your excess you have to pay will depend on which policy level you have and the nature of your claim. Make sure to check your policy schedule where your excess details will be shown in detail.
To make a claim with Admiral, you will have to call their claims team.
If you have a medical emergency, call the 24 hour emergency assistance helpline on: +44(0)292 010 7777.
For all other claims, call: 0333 234 9914. The lines are open 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday, and 8am to 4pm on Saturdays.
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