Travel Insurance

Flexible travel insurance arranged by Bank of Ireland Insurance Services that suits your budget and individual needs.

Multi Trip and Single Trip Holiday Travel Insurance options available.

PLEASE READ: IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Effective from the 10th September 2020 Bank of Ireland Insurance Services Travel Insurance Underwriter has changed our travel insurance provider to Chubb European Group SE for all new quotes and policies.
PLEASE READ: IMPORTANT INFORMATION – TRAVELLING ABROAD
Click here for further information if you have purchased a policy on or after 10th September with Chubb European Group SE.
PLEASE READ: IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19
Click here if you have purchased a policy on or after 10th September with Chubb European Group SE.
Click here if you are an existing policyholder with AIG.
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Why Choose Bank of Ireland Insurance?

Cover that gives you peace of mind so that you can relax and enjoy your trip.

  • Single or Multi–trip options
  • Medical Expenses – Unlimited (see policy document for full benefits)
  • 24/7 Worldwide Emergency Assistance
  • Personal Property up to €1,500
  • Personal Accident up to €30,000

Our digital insurance wallet allows you to:

  • Apply for travel insurance in a few minutes from your device
  • Access key insurance policy documents from your wallet 24/7
  • Access all the key contact numbers available in your wallet when you need them
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If you originally arranged travel insurance through Bank of Ireland Insurance Services prior to 10th September 2020 it is underwritten by AIG Europe S.A. please click here for more information.

Underwriting, terms and conditions apply. Travel insurance is arranged by Bank of Ireland Insurance Services and is underwritten by Chubb European Group SE. Bank of Ireland Insurance Services Limited trading as Bank of Ireland Insurance Services and Bank of Ireland Insurance is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. A member of Bank of Ireland Group. Chubb European Group SE is authorised by the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR) in France and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules.