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leeutalkin2me Avatar
1d, 8m agoPosted 1 decade, 8 months ago
Anyone got any special Codes or References for companies providing Home Insurance to be used online or by Phone

Usually on leaflets given in magazines etc.

I have two companies that provide good policies and wondered if I could beat them

leeutalkin2me Avatar
1d, 8m agoPosted 1 decade, 8 months ago

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Try Barclays - they are promising to beat your renewal and give you 50 quid.
im not renewing, its my first policy unfortunately :(
Try these http://www.directline.com
Top class service, and you'll get 10% off online.
[color=orange]Directline offering £45.50 referral during April only if you go thru Quidco. About to sign up myself. [/color]
[url]www.confused.com[/url] offers online comparison of a large number of insurers products. I used them for my car and saved quite a bit :D
yep, i already have directline as my best one yet.

Have tried confused.com and moneysupermarket.however the cost plus the amount of cover provided make a lot of them not cheap
Direct Line for me looks like £212, then minus the £45quidco.
so roughly £13 a month
Try Tesco. I found them far cheaper than Direct Line for more cover. If you take out a quote before 5th May and then buy the policy they will give you a £20 gift voucher. Also 25% discount on-line in your first year, and of course Tesco Clubcard points too. :thumbsup:
im sure i checked tesco out but still didnt work out as good when you take into account direct line gives you £45 via quidco.
Have bought it now so one less thing to worry about till the big day of moving.
You can now earn £60 for home insurance through direct line, and £40 for car insurance :o
damn it, thats an extra £15 ive missed out on. grr

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