In this Cover-More travel insurance review, we take a look at the company, and give you the good and the bad.
Cover-More has provided travel insurance to Australians for 30 years, with more than 2.2 million travelers using the company’s travel insurance in 2015.
Their customer operations are based in Australia, and they don’t outsource their emergency assistance. Cover-More travel insurance is underwritten by the Munich Re Group.
Cover-More travel insurance policies automatically cover some existing medical conditions for free
You can get a refund within 15 days of purchase, as long as you haven’t left on your trip.
They do offer some pregnancy cover, but make sure you check your specific policy carefully to make sure you’re covered as there are specific limits on how far along you are, and other things.
You can make a claim online with Cover-More, which honestly surprised us, as the website has the feel of an older, less progressive site.
Cover-More Travel Insurance review: Disadvantages
The Cover-More website has the feel (and wording) of a more old-fashioned, corporate website. There’s a lot of information on there, which can make it seem… a bit overwhelming.
The name’s slightly confusing. We’ve seen it spelled Cover More and Covermore, but the correct spelling is Cover-More, with a dash.
For luggage cover, policies have specific item limits that apply to any type of luggage claim. This means that even if you have $15,000 in luggage cover, each individual, pair or set of items (such as a set of golf clubs vs. each individual club) has have a limit on their cover.
How to Get a Quote
You can get a quote for Cover-More travel insurance for Australians online on the Cover-More website or through the graphic below.
Looking for something else?
Check out our reviews for 1Cover travel insurance, Fast Cover, World Nomads, World Escapade or Travel Insurance Direct, or our reviews for ski, student, expat, domestic travel and cruise travel insurance for Australians.