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UKbride Member Request 11 Oct 2017

My partner was in a coma earlier this year and keep fairly well but...

My partner was in a coma earlier this year and keep fairly well but obviously things happen. We've had a turbolant year already. Should I get wedding insurance just in case of accident or hospitalisation.

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Lucy Lewis
Lucy Lewis 11 Oct 2017

Hi I would good luck :)

Claire Kennedy
Claire Kennedy 11 Oct 2017

Thank you. Are there any recommended insurers?

Sharon McGuire
Sharon McGuire 11 Oct 2017

After 17 hours reseraching (we are a both a bit obsessive about this stuff) we decided that Debenhams offered the best value for money and the best overall cover, especially when you read the Tc& Cs. The cover deposits already paid and you can increase the cover if you subsequently find that your budget hads increased. But no insurance will cover you for existing conditions, so whatever your partner's ailment was wouldn't be covered if it resulted in the wedding be postponed or cancelled.

Sharon McGuire
Sharon McGuire 11 Oct 2017

Plus, worth mentioning, that we got a £10 Debenhams gidt voucher with our insurance AND because we bought it through the Topcashback website we got £16 off - in the end it was cheaper that most insurance even though when we started it looked like it was one of the most expensive.

Emma Nelson-Bailey
Emma Nelson-Bailey 12 Oct 2017

Defiantly get wedding insurance. We went with Wedding Plan, who have the same underwriters as Debenhams but is just a little cheaper than Debenhams for the same cover. Do your research and go with who you feel will give you the best cover.

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