What Is An Excess And How Does It Work?
When claiming under certain sections of your policy, you must pay the first part of your claim. This is also known as an excess. An excess is applied per section, per person. If multiple events occur during a trip, then an excess will be applied for each section, per event, per person.
How Long Can I Travel & Remain Covered By Tick?
Tick Insurance provides you cover for a single return holiday or journey beginning in Australia and ending in your home address in Australia. The maximum trip length depends on the level of cover you select, your age at the date of application and your travel destination. Please check our PDS here or get a quote online to know if your trip can be covered. For any one way trips, the cover ends under all sections 24 hours after you leave immigration control in the final country you go to or at the end of the period shown on your policy schedule, whichever is earlier.
What Is The Excess On The Policy?
The standard excess on Tick Insurance policies is $200 per person, per event. If you wish to remove the excess, we can offer you the EXCESS WAIVER for an additional premium. If an excess applies to a claim it means that you need to pay the stated amount towards the claim.
Are My Details Secured If I Purchase Online?
Absolutely! Tick Travel Insurance website uses SSL to ensure the secure processing of payment details.