Important Information from An Post Insurance IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COVID-19. Read our frequently asked questions here.

Before you buy a policy, we ask you to confirm that you are NOT

Receiving or on a waiting list for treatment in a hospital or nursing home;

Waiting for investigation or referral, or the results of any investigation, medical treatment or surgical procedure, for any condition, whether diagnosed or un-diagnosed;

Choosing not to take prescribed medication, or the correct dose of prescribed medicine;

Travelling against the advice of a medically qualified doctor;

Travelling to obtain medical, dental or cosmetic treatment;

Travelling with a terminal condition;

If you can confirm these and the other statements we ask you to confirm, you can buy our cover online.

“Pre-existing condition” refers to injury, sickness, disease, illness or other medical condition that you knew about or should have known about before you bought this insurance.

No. There are no age restrictions on our Single & Annual policies.

You can insure your partner if they are

Aged over 18

Of either sex, who you have been living with for at least three months as if you were married or in a civil partnership.

The age a person insured must be to class as a child is under 18 (or under 23 if still in full-time education) on the day you buy your policy, and dependent on you or your partner whether they live with you or not. But there are restrictions on their ability to travel without you or your partner.

On all products children receive the same benefits as adults, apart from the Bodily Injury benefit, which We will not pay More than €2,500 if the Person Insured is under 16 years of age at the time of the Bodily Injury

No, children can travel without the policy holder/parents, but only if you have bought our annual policy. If the child is named on your annual policy they are covered whilst they are travelling on their own in the following circumstances:

In the company of an adult (i.e. someone not defined as a child under this insurance) you or your partner know other than on an organised school, college or university trip

Travelling on a scheduled air service as an unaccompanied minor, but only if that air service operates an unaccompanied minor scheme, and only if they are travelling with the intention of joining, or being subsequently joined by, another adult insured under the policy.

They are not covered whilst travelling on their own in any other circumstances.

Yes, however, if you are travelling between 28 and 35 weeks pregnant you must obtain a written confirmation from a doctor of your fitness to travel no earlier than 5 days prior to the outbound travel date.

An Post Insurance Travel Insurance is arranged, administered and underwritten by Chubb European Group SE.