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Save on insurance

Cody said: “Travel insurance is often left until the last minute, but this can drive costs higher.

“Set aside ample time before travelling to find the best insurance deals. Consider if you will be travelling more than once this year, in which case, annual cover may be cheaper.

“Finally, don’t buy insurance from the travel operator straight away, shop around. This type of cover from the travel operator is unlikely to be tailored to you, and may be more expensive than you can find elsewhere.”

Tourists could get a better offer on travel insurance if they buy it on an annual or six month basis.

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This story originally Appeared on Express.co.uk

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