Travel with Jane
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Important:Travel insurance rules continue to change as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. We’re working hard to keep up and make sure our guides are up to date, however some information may not be accurate during the pandemic. It’s even more important to double-check all details that matter to you before taking out cover. Please know that some policies may not be available through Finder at this time. Here are some helpful tips:
- If you're buying a policy today, it's unlikely that you'll be covered for any coronavirus-related claims
- If your travel plans go against government advice, your policy will most likely be voided and you won't be covered
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1. Travel with Jane supports the 'Scrap the Gap' campaign by donating 10% of all sales to the cause.
2. Get flexibility by choosing various add on packs to your policy
3. Covers travellers for up to 99 years old
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Summary of Travel with Jane's Comprehensive policy
|Overseas Medical and Hospital Expenses||Unlimited|
|Cancellation and Amendment Fees||$25,000|
|Luggage and Personal Effects||$10,000|
|Maximum Age Limit||99|
Table updated June 2020
Travel with Jane policy options
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Here is a list of benefits included in Travel with Jane travel insurance policies (as of 1st of July 2019), this should make it easier to figure out which policy is suitable for your trip.
|Overseas medical and hospital||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Overseas funeral expenses||$10,000 per person||$15,000 per person||$20,000 per person|
|Travel agent cancellation fees||$2,000||$3,000||$3,000|
|Emergency medical & transport||$500,000||Unlimited|
|Loss of income||$5,200||$12,000|
|Airfares for resumption of travel||$1,500||$3,000|
|Alternative transport costs for special events||$2,000||$5,000|
|Theft or damage to baggage & personal items||$2,000||$10,000||$10,000|
|Cash in hospital||$100 / $1,500||$150 / $3,500||$200 / $6,000|
|Emergency non-medical expenses||$5,000||$15,000||$25,000||$5,000|
|Emergency travel companion||$2,000||$2,500|
|Housing of domestic pets||$650||$650|
|Hijack||$500 per day||$1,000 per day|
Table updated: November 2020
You only pay for the benefits that matter to you. Think about your trip and add on the benefits to make a tailored policy for you.
- Snow. Add this pack onto your policy if you're going on a snow trip internationally or domestically. Get cover for your own equipment and prepaid costs like lift passes and accommodation.
- Pregnancy. Covers pregnancy for up to 32 weeks (with a single baby) for unexpected or emergency medical help while you're traveling.
- Cruise. Add this pack onto your policy to cruise in peace knowing you're covered for things such as onboard medical assistance, missed shore excursions, and even if you're fancy gown is lost or damaged.
- Device. Is your phone worth more than $1,000? Specific limits apply to items such as phones, laptops and cameras. Make sure you get the right level of cover for your electronics.
- Adventure. Walking on the wilder side? Get cover for sports injuries, if your equipment is damaged or if you get sick and can't partake your activity.
- Car rental excess. This can reduce your out-of-pocket expenses if you get into an accident with your rental car on your trip.
- Water sports. Cover for your underwater and on-water gear such as surfboards and diving gear.
- Business. Cover for your business equipment and business related expenses while you're traveling.
- Bicycle. If your bike is worth more than $1,500, get your fancy bike cover for loss, theft and damage while you're traveling.
- Golf. Golf gear can be expensive stuff, get cover against loss, theft and damage.
What is not covered in your policy
As with most insurers, there are some things that you cannot get cover for. A more detailed list can be found in your Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).
- If you're claim is related to an add-on pack and you did not purchase the add-on. For example, if you are injured while skiing and you didn't purchase a snow pack, you will most likely not be covered for out-of-pocket expenses.
- You're not covered if you participate in parachuting, skydiving, hang gliding or are in an air supported device unless you're in a licenced passenger aircraft or chartered company.
- If you choose to ignore government travel warnings.
- If you involve yourself with criminal acts, dishonesty or collusion.
- Out-of-pocket travel expenses caused by your own booking errors and arrangements, for example, if you were refused entry into a country because you didn't have the right visas.
A full list of general exclusions can be found on Page 57 of Travel with Jane's PDS.
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