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  • carlos
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    I’ve used Dogtag twice now. Not had to claim so can’t comment on how good the after sales and what not, but I did explain what I was going to be doing including taking advantage of the lifts etc… and they (obviously) recommended to go for the Gold cover. TBH for the sake of about a tenner a day its not worth scrimping.

    There is also snowcard that gets good reveiws

    Premier Icon chakaping
    Subscriber

    Used Dogtag and had to claim this year.

    Didn’t need in-resort help so can’t comment on that.

    Claim forms are lengthy and a bit of a hassle. Assessment done by a third party company, not particularly fast.

    Not been paid back for my medical expenses (after about a fortnight) so the jury’s still out on how fair they are with claims.

    Premier Icon bigjim
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    hmm was just about to buy dogtag but maybe I’ll look for something else

    torihada
    Member

    Snowcard. One of our party faceplanted & broke his nose (rock through front of hos FF lid)in Les Arcs couple of years ago. In resort Doctor stitched it up. Claimed costs back from snowcard without any hassle.

    gj78
    Member

    Going to Chamonix for a week and haven’t got a clue what insurance to get.

    Haven’t got full-on downhill bikes more enduro/xc but will make use of the uplifts.

    Can get none specific mountain bike cover but didn’t know if I should get something more specific?

    Any ideas?

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