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Cricket’s barmy army should be sensible when it comes to travel


Hoards of cricket fans will be heading down under over the next couple of months to cheer on the England team. Online travel insurer, insurewithease.com, reminds cricket enthusiasts to make sure they book travel cover before they go, as travelling without insurance could see their cricket tour cut short, not to mention face hefty medical bills, should the worst happen.


Sarah Findlay at insurewithease.com says, "Good travel insurance can cover the cost of medical treatment, which could run into thousands if you fall ill or have an accident abroad. Australia has a pretty good reputation for foreign travellers but the barmy army of England’s cricket fans needs to make sure they do not make a barmy decision as far as travel cover is concerned. The cost of repatriation and medical treatment can run into thousands of pounds for those risking travel without insurance.”


Travel insurance: News update: 24 November 2010


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