Before you leave check out or travel guide. It Includes great tips for keeping safe before and during your trip, as well as money tips for when you’re overseas.
You might already have access to overseas travel insurance if you’ve got an ASB Visa Platinum Rewards or Gold credit card. Find out how to activate it correctly.
You can access up to 90 days travel insurance per overseas return trip on an ASB Visa Platinum Rewards card and up to 40 days travel insurance per overseas return trip on an ASB Visa Gold card. And if you’re travelling with your spouse or your dependent children, they’re included too (as long as all of the terms and conditions are met).
The ASB Platinum and Gold credit card travel insurance provides cover for a wide range of benefits. Here are some examples, but please read the policy wording for full details:
To activate your travel insurance you simply need to pay for at least 50% of your overseas return travel tickets using your ASB Visa Platinum Rewards or Gold card. Remember to keep any receipts, emails, bank statements or other proof that you’ve activated your travel insurance. If you make a claim, we’ll need to see this.
Here are several other quick and easy ways to activate your travel insurance prior to leaving New Zealand:
ASB has chosen Cigna to underwrite our travel insurance. This means they’ll answer your policy questions and be on hand to help if you call emergency assistance or make a claim. View Cigna Life Insurance New Zealand Limited’s financial strength rating in the travel insurance policy document.
Read the applicable travel insurance policy document to get a full understanding of what is and isn’t covered and how to make a claim.
ASB's lending criteria and terms apply. Please refer to the ASB Visa Platinum Travel Insurance Policy for full details. If you are over 75 years of age you are not eligible for cover under the policy. Please refer to the ASB Gold Card Travel Insurance Policy for full details. If you are over 79 years of age you are not eligible for cover under the policy. Other exclusions and limitations apply.