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Get £2.41 cashback for just doing a confused.com home insurance quote! £2.32

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Was looking for home insurance quotes and found this. If I'm not wrong it's £2.32 cashback just for performing a quote and not purchasing anything. Ending up getting it from Tesco bank for £21/month (…
ukting Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago27 Comments
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My area is renowned for break ins so it is likely that. But this was just building.
I work for a very large home insurance company and, unless there's any reason that you can't, always try an combine your buildings and contents into one policy as it's often cheaper than just doing the buildings separately.
This is because they offer discounts for combining the two - usually around 25-30% - and since buildings is so much more expensive than contents it can actually bring the total costs down. As an example:
Building cover costs £200
Contents cover costs £50
Combining the two and getting 25% off would make the total cost £187.50, cheaper than just doing the buildings alone despite getting more cover.
Sweet, bit like getting comp over third party car insurance. I was under the impression that since our valuables are stashed we literally had no contents to insure.
Carpets and kitchen cabinet doors come under contents, so as long as you have at least those you can buy cover.
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My area is renowned for break ins so it is likely that. But this was just building.

I work for a very large home insurance company and, unless there's any reason that you can't, always try an combine your buildings and contents into one policy as it's often cheaper than just doing the buildings separately.

This is because they offer discounts for combining the two - usually around 25-30% - and since buildings is so much more expensive than contents it can actually bring the total costs down. As an example:

Building cover costs £200
Contents cover costs £50
Combining the two and getting 25% off would make the total cost £187.50, cheaper than just doing the buildings alone despite getting more cover.


Sweet, bit like getting comp over third party car insurance. I was under the impression that since our valuables are stashed we literally had no contents to insure.
ukting
My area is renowned for break ins so it is likely that. But this was just building.

I work for a very large home insurance company and, unless there's any reason that you can't, always try an combine your buildings and contents into one policy as it's often cheaper than just doing the buildings separately.

This is because they offer discounts for combining the two - usually around 25-30% - and since buildings is so much more expensive than contents it can actually bring the total costs down. As an example:

Building cover costs £200
Contents cover costs £50
Combining the two and getting 25% off would make the total cost £187.50, cheaper than just doing the buildings alone despite getting more cover.
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I went through topcashback with tesco bank for contents and building yesterday 10/20, came in cheapest by some distance £105. Should be £30 cashback on that too but it hasnt tracked as yet. £21 a month seems quite steep to me...but then I guess its all based on circumstances.
ukting

Was looking for home insurance quotes and found this. If I'm not wrong it's £2.32 cashback just for performing a quote and not purchasing anything. Ending up getting it from Tesco bank for £21/month (is this good or bad lol?).


My area is renowned for break ins so it is likely that. But this was just building.
I went through topcashback with tesco bank for contents and building yesterday 10/20, came in cheapest by some distance £105. Should be £30 cashback on that too but it hasnt tracked as yet. £21 a month seems quite steep to me...but then I guess its all based on circumstances.
ukting

Was looking for home insurance quotes and found this. If I'm not wrong it's £2.32 cashback just for performing a quote and not purchasing anything. Ending up getting it from Tesco bank for £21/month (is this good or bad lol?).
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Virgin Money Balance Transfer Credit Card 40 months

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ewards & details The UK's longest ever balance transfer period, pay 0% for 40 months. A handling fee of 2.99% will be applied and added to the total amount of credit owed. Transfer money into your…
yohanntessier Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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just what I need for Christmas lol thanks
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Free Brian the robot 2014 calendar to download from confused.com

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As the title states 2014 free downloadable calendar Brian the ROBOT
kiepau Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago2 Comments
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Naffest advert I've seen for a long time.
My God....how that thing gets on my mamaries! oO
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Exclusive FREE £2 cashback for genuine quotes, Confused.com car insurance

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Carry out a free quote and get an exclusive £2 cashback! Deal ends on the 17th of March! http://www.quidco.com/confused-com-car-insurance/
sphinxy Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago6 Comments
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Be careful doing loads they show up on your credit file.
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Shouldnt the link go to quidco rather than to confused.com direct?
Yes, the correct link, that requires you to be a meber of Quidco. This offer has been available for the last year:-

http://www.quidco.com/confused-com-car-insurance/
Shouldnt the link go to quidco rather than to confused.com direct?
how do they verify if a quote is genuine?
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Double Nectar points via Confused - Claim 2,000 / 10,000 points selected policies

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OK - I know a lot of people don't like Nectar as they rewards dont stack up that fast, but a lot of people like to take advantage of stacking them up to use for NEXT Christmas. I also know this is the…
Ilikehotdeals1 Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago2 Comments
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What they said ^^^

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Or, instead of £20 worth of Nectar points, you could have gone through Quidco or Top Cashback for up to £100 in cash! Depending on the insurers you chose it's not likely to be that close to £100, but it should be more than £20 - and in actual cash you can spend as and when you like.
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FREE Phone holder and charger for car, possible free £25 cheque just for driving via Confused.com

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All you have to do is drive properly like i know all HUKD members do! Download this App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mydrive.trip.confused Sorry only for Android no lov…
cykb Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago185 Comments
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I have given up on getting the car cradle, sigh. I filled in the form and everything.


I only just got mine today after 2 emails so persistant works, not a bad bit of kit either although I do wish it would expand vertically and not just horizontal as would like my S3 completely locked into place when using sat nav
I have given up on getting the car cradle, sigh. I filled in the form and everything.
If you haven't had a replacement cheque by now it looks like you never will..... Got a charger though so persuing them for a new cheque.... still a shambles.

Dear Mr ......

Thank you for contacting us regarding your cheque; apologies for the delay in our reply.

We have now re-issued a cheque to all eligible customers, but I can see that you weren’t included in the re-issued files. This would either be because we were unable to match your original claim to your MotorMate user profile with the email address you had entered on your claim, or because we had already issued the £25 cashback reward to someone in your household.
The email address entered on your claim for the £25 cashback reward was [email protected]

If you entered a different email address when you registered your MotorMate profile and you have now driven 250 miles or more using the App, please reply to confirm which email address you have used, and we will investigate to see if we are able to amend the claim form for you.

If you're unsure of the email address you entered when you registered your MotorMate profile, please go to the MotorMate App on your mobile phone and click the 'Info' button, as the email address associated with your MotorMate profile should be displayed there.
Please be aware that only one of each reward will be dispatched per household and per email address; click here to read the full Terms and Conditions of the reward offers.

I hope this information helps.
Why did you say anyways with an s on the end?
Are you american, or is it something you've picked up off the internet or watching television?
I started doing this a month after it was posted so in September, as I still had an iPhone at the time this was posted and then switched to an Android to do this.
I did 25 miles but never received anything to fill out for the free cradle and charger until I looked into through the pages in this thread and found I could apply for the cradle through a link which I did. - In which I still not received.
I just carried on using the app until I gained 250 miles out of, after I received an email saying "Well done! You have your MotorMark Score Claim your £25 reward!" filled out the link (this was 15th October), to only just receive the cheque on Friday. Not too bad I guess £25 to use an app for travels that your going to do anyways.
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25% off V Festival Ticktets with Red Camping - Hylands Park, Chelmsford - £135.00

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Get 25% off the list price for the a Weekend ticket with camping - now reduced by £45 to £135 for the weekend. Great if you need a ticket last min and a quality line up. Hylands Park, London R…
kpkiller Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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Interesting that a lot of festivals haven't sold out this year. Apparently there are still Reading weekend tickets still available too.
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Try this:

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Edited By: kpkiller on Aug 16, 2012 13:12
That didn't last long.
It was definitely there when I first clicked on the link however it has since been removed.
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