Review: Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

Key policy features

  • Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance starts at £7.85
  • Includes up to £10,000,000 medical care and up to £2,000 personal effects and baggage cover
  • Policy gives you access to 24/7 emergency assistance helpline and UK-based call centres


Benefits Alliance is a small Hampshire-based insurance provider. As well as travel insurance, the company also offers pet insurance.

Click the link to get a travel insurance quote from Benefits Alliance Insurance.

Overview of the cover provided by Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance

Benefits Alliance offers single trip and annual multi-trip travel insurance. The company’s travel insurance policies are underwritten by Ageas UK, who also underwrite policies for Tesco, Ingenie and John Lewis.

Benefits Alliance’s travel insurance includes – up to £5,000 for cancellation or curtailment, up to £10,000,000 medical care and repatriation cover, up to £5,000 for holiday abandonment, up to £2,000 personal effects and baggage cover, up to £25,000 personal accident cover, up to £2,000,000 personal liability cover, up to £25,000 for legal expenses and up to £300 for pet care.

An excess of £60 per person or £100 per family applies to some claims.

Travel insurance cover is offered to children from the age of 8, with no upper age limit.

Benefits Alliance offer cover for some medical conditions, depending on the results of the online medical screening when obtaining a quote.

Winter sports and golf cover can be added for an extra cost.

Customers get access to a 24/7 emergency assistance helpline and UK-based call centres.

See the full list of benefits for each policy and get a quote on the Benefits Alliance website.

Find out how Benefits Alliance compares with other providers by reading our expert travel insurance reviews here.

How much does travel insurance cover from Benefits Alliance Insurance cost?

The cost of travel insurance is affected by many different factors, such as the destination, length of stay, activities planned and the age and medical conditions of the person travelling. However, on their website, Benefits Alliance state that their travel insurance starts from £7.85.

To give you a better indication of costs, we obtained some example quotes:

A 35-year-old single woman, travelling within Europe: Single Trip (1 week) - £14.99, Annual Multi-Trip (max trip length 31 days) - £43.94.

A couple in their 50s travelling outside of Europe (excluding USA/Canada): Single Trip (1 week) - £75.80, Annual Multi-Trip (max trip length 31 days) - £94.98.

Get a personalised Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance quote.

What do Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance customer reviews say?

We struggled to locate customer reviews for Benefits Alliance online. Instead, we looked at customer reviews for Tesco Travel Insurance, which is also underwritten by Ageas UK, as this can give an indication of the quality of the policy.

On, Tesco Travel Insurance received 3.9 out of 5 stars, and 28% of the 39 customers who left reviews said they would recommend the service.

Ageas UK itself got 1.5 out of 5 stars on, with 12% of the 58 reviewers saying they would recommend the company.

What do Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance reviews from the experts say?

Benefits Alliance does not appear on Defaqto’s rating of travel insurance providers. However, Ageas received 3 out of 5 stars, making its annual travel insurance policy "a standard product providing an average level of features and benefits".

Independent review site gave Benefits Alliance Travel Insurance 3 out of 5 stars.

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