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Marks and Spencer Travel Insurance Review


by Oliver Thompson

M&S Travel Insurance

Marks & Spencer Travel Insurancequote

Marks & Spencer is a well-known clothing and food retailer in the UK, and has been providing financial services for 20 years and insurance for the last ten.

M&S Money, which was once the financial subdivision of the Marks and Spencer brand, is now part of HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial services corporations.

M&S offer the following with their travel insurance policies:

- Single trip or annual multi-trip insurance
- Medical expenses up to £10,000,000 under the ‘Premier’ option
- Cancellation or curtailment costs up to £6,000 with the ‘Premier’ option
- Optional extra cover for baggage, golf, business and winter sports
- 150 M&S points when a policy is purchased
- Up to 20% discount when buying online

Website: M&S Travel Insurance

M&S Customer Experience

Customers of Marks and Spencer Travel Insurance are generally very pleased with the overall service they receive.

This satisfaction comes in all aspects of the policy, from value for money to customer service and reliability.

Many point out that, although the costs of travel insurance with M&S can be much more expensive than others on the market, the service is very rarely a let-down.

This is especially true for the quality of customer service on offer. Staff are always knowledgeable, and sympathetic to customers who sometimes may be very distressed.

Additionally, there are few who complain about the length of time it takes to process claims and it seems M&S Money are relatively quick in this regard.

As with virtually all insurance companies, M&S make it easy to sign up and start receiving their travel insurance cover.

Overall Review for M&S Travel Insurance

M&S Money offer a competent and reliable travel insurance option for the shopper with the luxury to invest more money in a more expensive service.

Although most of the benefits offered in addition to the basics are only available to the higher-cost ‘Premier’ option, M&S remains competitive amongst other travel insurance options because it is rarely a disappointment for the customer in need.

Website: M&S Travel Insurance


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