Six Nations Rugby 2020
The Six Nations Rugby 2020 Tournament is fast approaching and if you are lucky to be going to one of the matches, it is a good idea to have a Travel Insurance in place before your trip.
The Six Nations first kicked off in 1882 and it makes it the oldest and in many ways the most famous Rugby Tournament in the world. It started with England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The French joined in 1910 and the Italians joined in 2000.
You might be travelling to one match or as many matches as you can, if you are a keen supporter of Rugby and you want to experience the thrill and excitement again after the Rugby World Cup last year.
Make sure you have a Travel Insurance policy in place before your trip to watch a match. If you are lucky enough to be going on more than one trip in Europe to see multiple matches, then an Annual Travel Insurance policy might be a good idea, so you are covered for the whole year and all the trips you are planning to make over the next two months to watch the matches.
If you will only be going to see one match, then a Single Trip Travel Insurance policy would be your best bet !
Extended Journey Disruption Cover
We’ll pay you for any unused travel and accommodation costs (up to the amount shown in the Schedule of Benefits) if you have to cancel your trip and any necessary extra travel costs if you have to cut your trip short but please note:
- We’ll only consider claims where the date you bought your travel insurance policy precedes the date the FCO advised against travel to your intended destination; and
- We’ll only consider non refundable expenses on your travel insurance policy, you should contact the airline, your tour operator or your travel company for a possible refund or to see if they will amend your travel itinerary.
Available on Premier and Premier Plus policies only.
Please check the Terms and Conditions for any Restrictions or Exclusions.
European Health Insurance Card
If you have one of these cards, this does cover emergency medical care in Europe, but only medical expenses that the local population receive. This card will not cover cancellation or loss of baggage and does not cover repatriation back to the UK in case this is necessary.
Credit or Debit Card Terms and Conditions
As you have your Travel Insurance policy in place and your EHIC Card with you, it is a good idea to check the terms and conditions regarding using your Credit or Debit card abroad. Check the terms and conditions of your card provider, to make sure you will not be charged extra for using the card abroad.
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