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Old 15-04-2011, 01:33 PM   #16
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i just bought the premium package for myself and my partner too! the pricing is very very reasonable for the benefits it offers .

thank you TS for giving us the heads up!
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Old 15-04-2011, 07:10 PM   #17
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this is very cheap, considering it's an Annual Plan

http://www.standardchartered.com.sg/...vel-ins_banner
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Old 17-04-2011, 01:16 PM   #18
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darn. abt the 90 day ruling.

anyone knows of any other insurance promos? i am travelling end july
http://www.visagoexplore.com/travel/...G&locale=en_AP


Be assured of a relaxing holiday with AXA's SmartTraveller, a travel insurance specially tailored for Visa cardholders.

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  • 30% discount on SmartTraveller travel insurance
  • H1N1 quarantine benefit
  • Extreme sports cover for bungee jumping, para-sailing, jet boating etc.
  • Covers you for the unauthorized use from your Loss of Credit Card whilst overseas
  • Hotel over-booking benefit
  • Car rental over-booking benefit
  • New policy enhancement: Up to $200 for Loss of Use of Entertainment ticket
Promotion Period
Now to 31 December 2012.

Terms and conditions apply.

Purchase Now

(Note: booking system currently works for Internet Explorer 6 and 7, on a Windows-based PC only. Upgrades are in development.)


or

if you are a Singapore's BOC Creditcard member; visit
http://www.sg.cntaiping.com/chinains..._aseanplan.htm
and input promo code: BOCTS01 and save 35% on single trip plan (normally 25% off) or 25% off Annual trip(s) plan.

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Old 27-04-2011, 11:54 PM   #19
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hi,

regarding the DBS travellershield 50% promo, I applied but it is now >7 business days and I have not received any policy document.

am i supposed to receive anything (other than the auto-generated email after application)? if so, is it in softcopy or hardcopy?

Thanks.
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Old 24-05-2011, 10:27 PM   #20
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DBS Travellershield having 20% discount now
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Old 24-05-2011, 10:58 PM   #21
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http://www.visagoexplore.com/travel/...G&locale=en_AP


Be assured of a relaxing holiday with AXA's SmartTraveller, a travel insurance specially tailored for Visa cardholders.

Privileges
  • 30% discount on SmartTraveller travel insurance
  • H1N1 quarantine benefit
  • Extreme sports cover for bungee jumping, para-sailing, jet boating etc.
  • Covers you for the unauthorized use from your Loss of Credit Card whilst overseas
  • Hotel over-booking benefit
  • Car rental over-booking benefit
  • New policy enhancement: Up to $200 for Loss of Use of Entertainment ticket
Promotion Period
Now to 31 December 2012.

Terms and conditions apply.

Purchase Now

(Note: booking system currently works for Internet Explorer 6 and 7, on a Windows-based PC only. Upgrades are in development.)


or

if you are a Singapore's BOC Creditcard member; visit
http://www.sg.cntaiping.com/chinains..._aseanplan.htm
and input promo code: BOCTS01 and save 35% on single trip plan (normally 25% off) or 25% off Annual trip(s) plan.
Thanks

The VISA-AXA deal is nice.
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Old 06-06-2011, 12:17 PM   #22
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I just got Citibank ACE Insurance - 10% promo til end of june.

For me after discount it is the cheapest compared to directasaia, ntuc or the dbs promo.

Just sharing.

http://www.citibank.com.sg/gcb/insur...de=SGINTCRPAN1
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Old 06-06-2011, 11:19 PM   #23
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wow so many deals now...which one you guys think is the best man?
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Old 08-06-2011, 12:49 AM   #24
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Have anyone try to claim from these cheap plans?
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Old 08-06-2011, 01:48 AM   #25
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actually after comparing a few, using Tenet (with no discount) as the benchmark....
after the so called "discounts", the price is about the same across different insurers, if u adjust for roughly the same coverage.

Unless you are only looking at the cheapest priced basic plan and don't really bother about the amount of coverage you get.
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Old 13-06-2011, 01:22 PM   #26
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Thanks

The VISA-AXA deal is nice.
Yes, after comparing, I signed up for VISA-AXA deal for my upcoming trip to HK.
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Old 23-06-2011, 03:47 AM   #27
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UOB travel insurance, when trying to apply i saw..

Premium Amount:SGD 45.00
Discount Amount:SGD 9.00
Discount: 20.00 %
Chargeable Premium: SGD 36.00

its for myself, 5day trip, i read the while PDF file, covers most medical things, hijack, natural disasters that cause the trip to be delayed, lost items (the section seems doubtful, they won't pay if items are lost with the airline, unattended, mysterious circumstances, like totally fool-proof) and of course, trip delay:

SECTION 14 – TRAVEL DELAY
If the departure of the Scheduled Public Conveyance in which you had arranged to travel is delayed for at least six (6) consecutive hours from the
time specified in the itinerary supplied to you due to strike/industrial action, adverse weather conditions or mechanical breakdown/derangement
of that Scheduled Public Conveyance, or due to interruption of the Trip of that Scheduled Public Conveyance as a result of mechanical or
structural defects, we will pay:

seems good right? like, if the airline says due to maintence or checks, it should be insurable ain't it?
good or no good?
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Old 23-06-2011, 05:01 AM   #28
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Actually SAf ace insurance is the cheapest..https://www.acetravelinsurance.com.sg/SAFSG/Get-a-Quote
for me travelling to thailand only 15.60 if i am getting the essential plan.
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Old 23-06-2011, 01:55 PM   #29
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seems good right? like, if the airline says due to maintence or checks, it should be insurable ain't it?
good or no good?

that is, if it is for 6 consecutive hours which is highly unlikely for airlines to take that long. They usually have standby airplanes which will be replace when there's problem...
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Old 23-06-2011, 02:18 PM   #30
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UOB travel insurance, when trying to apply i saw..

Premium Amount:SGD 45.00
Discount Amount:SGD 9.00
Discount: 20.00 %
Chargeable Premium: SGD 36.00

its for myself, 5day trip, i read the while PDF file, covers most medical things, hijack, natural disasters that cause the trip to be delayed, lost items (the section seems doubtful, they won't pay if items are lost with the airline, unattended, mysterious circumstances, like totally fool-proof) and of course, trip delay:

SECTION 14 TRAVEL DELAY
If the departure of the Scheduled Public Conveyance in which you had arranged to travel is delayed for at least six (6) consecutive hours from the
time specified in the itinerary supplied to you due to strike/industrial action, adverse weather conditions or mechanical breakdown/derangement
of that Scheduled Public Conveyance, or due to interruption of the Trip of that Scheduled Public Conveyance as a result of mechanical or
structural defects, we will pay:

seems good right? like, if the airline says due to maintence or checks, it should be insurable ain't it?
good or no good?
I think you are refering to UOI. (http://www2.uobgroup.com/uobtravel/i...nce_index.html)
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