Over 75 travel insurance
Travel insurance for over 75s can be hard to find especially if you have medical conditions or are wanting to travel further afield than Europe. Most standard policies will exclude customers over 75 or who have a medical history and they may only be able to offer cover to certain destinations.
Here at Free Spirit we believe everyone should have the opportunity to travel abroad no matter what age you are and that is why we designed our over 75 travel insurance policy.
Our specially trained team will be more than happy to assist you in arranging a travel policy to your individual requirements. We have no age limits on either single trip or annual multi-trip so, even if you are over 75 there’s nothing to stop you from travelling the world and seeking out new holiday destinations.
Free Spirit can offer cover for a week in Majorca or if you are planning on visiting relatives in Australia for a month we can cover that as well. Our single trip policy has a maximum trip duration up to 94 days (45 days if aged 76 years or over) and if you want to take a few trips throughout the year our annual multi-trip Super Duper policy has a 45 days single trip limit and our Super policy has a 31 day single trip limit. Even better you travel as many times as you like throughout the year!
Why choose Free Spirit if you’re over 75?
- Single trips covered up to 94 days (45 days if aged 76 years or over)
- Annual Multi-trip provides unlimited number of trips – travel up to 31 days per trip (Super) and 45 days (Super Duper)
- Fully interactive website including online medical screening
- Journey disruption / Airspace closure cover
- Loss or damage to medical aids and prescribed medications
Do you have a pre-existing medical condition or disability?
Unlike some other Insurers we can cover the majority of medical problems like high blood pressure, diabetes and even cancer conditions. Remember to make sure you cover all of your pre-existing medical conditions when travelling, so that you are fully protected should a claim arise.
One of the key benefits to a Free Spirit over 75 travel insurance policy is for the loss or damage to your medical aids and prescribed medications. So should this happen whist you are travelling abroad you can be safe in the knowledge our medical emergency assistance helpline will be on hand to help.
Here are some of the serious medical conditions we can look to offer cover for:
- Heart Conditions
- Mental Health Conditions
- Cerebral Conditions
- HIV and AIDS
- Circulatory Conditions
- Central Nervous System Disorders
- Breathing Conditions
- Joint Conditions
- Kidney Conditions
- Liver Conditions
- Bowel Conditions
- Terminal conditions considered – please call us on 0800 170 7704 to discuss further
Cover your travelling companions on the same policy
Travelling companions and carers can also be covered on Free Spirit, whether they have a pre-existing medical condition or not. By including your travelling companions and carers on your Free Spirit policy, you will ensure the whole party is covered. For example, if you had to cancel your holiday due to your medical condition, your travelling companions on the same policy would also be covered which may not be the case if they had taken out a policy elsewhere.
Also included are benefits for aftercare at home following hospitalisation, personal accident, personal liability, money & documents, missed / delayed departure, legal expenses and winter sports option.
Please read the Insurance Policy for the full terms and conditions of this over 75 travel insurance cover to make sure it’s suitable for your needs.
How to get your Free Spirit travel insurance for over 75’s quote
Our online medical screening and quote system is quick and easy to use and if you can’t find your condition online, call us and we can help you.
Our fully interactive website includes online medical screening.
Alternatively, you can call us and speak to a friendly member of staff in our UK based call centre on 0800 170 7704. Our office hours are 8am to 6pm Monday – Friday (except Bank Holidays).
Last updated: 3rd June 2016.