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Direct Line administration fee now waived when switching vehicle!

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Just phoned to change my vehicle insurance over and was surprised to be informed Direct Line have now removed the administration fee for changing insurance to another vehicle. This would have cost £1…
Mr17mh Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago8 Comments
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If ever you go on comparison sites and see Autonet at, or close, to the top of the list make sure you read the small print. May as well change their name to Auto-Surcharge
Axa insurance allow you to make any changes and get copy docs online without any fees. they also chuck in uninsured driver promise, a free courtesy car and loads of extras too
I find it funny when insurance companies can talk to you for days when they want your business (money) but once you have committed they charge you usually £50 for any tiny change.

With Esure car insurance, I mistakenly put down 8 years no claims discount when I actually had 9 years. When they found out they slapped the "administration" charge on me even though I was putting myself at a loss and it didn't make any difference to the insurance premium anyway as they only take into account 5 years as a maximum level.
I recently changed car with Chaucer - they don't insure my new car (Nissan leaf, hardly unusual or high risk) but they still refused to refund the early termination fee :(
Might be something a lot of the insurers are starting to do. Recently changed from a Golf GTD to a Golf R and had to pay £8.74 extra for the remaining 6 months of my policy with Esure. Last time I changed cars with Esure, I was charged £25 admin fee.
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FREE and 2 for 1 tickets for family days out – Let's Go with Direct Line

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I'm sure other's have seen this, but I couldn't see it anywhere listed on HUKD. Free entry, and 2 for 1 entry, on family days out and activities around the UK for Direct Line customers. I haven'…
drewpydrawers Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago4 Comments
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Why is this expired? The link still works, and Direct Line still do the deal?

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Link worked for me. Got 50s on the Christmas Memory Game too...
Thank you @barneybar

Sorry, I don't know why the link isn't working properly.
'Get Deal' Link not working for me.

http://www.letsgo.directline.com/alt-home/
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Unlimited 2 for 1 Cinema entry for 12 months with Car or Home Insurance @ Direct Line

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BOGOF WHENEVER YOU GO TO THE CINEMA!!! NO NEED TO WAIT FOR ORANGE WEDNESDAYS ANY MORE!! Get a FREE Cinema Card giving you 2 for 1 entry at over 200 participating cinemas nationwide by simply taki…
Sid WF17 Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago11 Comments
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Sid WF17
the engineer
It looks like there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 p&p unless I am reading it wrong.


As far as I know, that's only when "Customers buy their cinema ticket vouchers online at the campaign website"...

Agreed but it looks as though that is the only way of buying the vouchers.
It's not a bargain unless their insurance is cheaper than the competition.

Never trust an insurance company that doesn't talk about prices - and ask why they won't go on comparison web sites!
too much faffing about
the engineer
It looks like there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 p&p unless I am reading it wrong.


As far as I know, that's only when "Customers buy their cinema ticket vouchers online at the campaign website"...
It looks as though there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 p&p unless I am reading it wrong.

Edited By: the engineer on Mar 12, 2013 20:05
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52 Days worth of free Car Insurance @ Directline

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Introductory discount Offer available from 04.01.10 to 31.03.10 Saw this advertised on TV :) You basically get one day out of 7 days free each week of the year. so 52 free days :D it broug…
MaatttUK Avatar6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago11 Comments
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bargain buyer;7484220
with fortis i had a quote £349 with direct line £964 with the discount what a con with a £650 excess


are fortis good tho?
with fortis i had a quote £349 with direct line £964 with the discount what a con with a £650 excess
Years ago Direct Line were cheap, and the last claim I had was with them, back in about 1990 and then was problem free; but the competitive pricing & service went LONG ago :-(

That said, I would sooner pay DOUBLE with Direct Line than be ripped off by Budget Insurance. They make a "Drama" out of NO crisis at all! I don't think I have ever had problems PAYING for insurance before, all hassles being created by them! I wonder what will their service be like when there is claim and you want money FROM them?
JordieNE;7483660
Had a bad experience with direct line.

- They took my car to an authorised repairer to repair the damage.
-- When i went to collect the car, it was two colours.
-- I left the car at repairer and asked for direct line assessur to inspect and then direct line said I had to return the curtosey car because it was only for upto 14days max.
-- I had 3 assessors inspect my car and they agreed it was same colour (as did the repairer).
-- They charged me to insure my other car so i had a car to drive while this was been "sorted out"

A week or two worth of repairs, took 3 months. The itemized invoice from the repairer was a bunch of lies. They said they had replaced the rear window, but the window when i collected my car had my car club sticker on and even the greasy finger prints from me carrying classic car parts in and out. From the invoice there was about £1500 of items on there which had not been replaced/fitted on my vehicle.

I had to pay £400 excess, which they would not budge on or offer any refund/part payment for the inconvience caused etc.

Took 5months to sort out using an obudsman and the car ended up having a near full respray at the dealer to sort out the mess.

£400 excess + cost of insuring another car + hassle/phone calls/etc - It would have been cheaper to goto my local independent garage for a repair.


Wow, Direct Line sound like the UK's worst insurer!!
JordieNE;7483660
Had a bad experience with direct line.

- They took my car to an authorised repairer to repair the damage.
-- When i went to collect the car, it was two colours.
-- I left the car at repairer and asked for direct line assessur to inspect and then direct line said I had to return the curtosey car because it was only for upto 14days max.
-- I had 3 assessors inspect my car and they agreed it was same colour (as did the repairer).
-- They charged me to insure my other car so i had a car to drive while this was been "sorted out"

A week or two worth of repairs, took 3 months. The itemized invoice from the repairer was a bunch of lies. They said they had replaced the rear window, but the window when i collected my car had my car club sticker on and even the greasy finger prints from me carrying classic car parts in and out. From the invoice there was about £1500 of items on there which had not been replaced/fitted on my vehicle.

I had to pay £400 excess, which they would not budge on or offer any refund/part payment for the inconvience caused etc.

Took 5months to sort out using an obudsman and the car ended up having a near full respray at the dealer to sort out the mess.

£400 excess + cost of insuring another car + hassle/phone calls/etc - It would have been cheaper to goto my local independent garage for a repair.


If that did not put anybody off, I do not know what would!! Thanks for the info even if Direct Line was cheaper, there is nothing worse than bad customer service and having to chase up everything yourself.
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Direct line offering 8 weeks free car insurance when you take out a policy

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Ok - only useful for some but a heads up to get a quote from direct line. Not always the cheapest but worked out cheapest for me this time
damnstudents Avatar6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago5 Comments
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Same price for me a year ago without 8 weeks discount and this year included.. Fake discount imo.
matedodgy;7138043
I don't get it. Is there such a thing as free time? Aren't they just talking about a discount on the price on the policy - by any other name?


Either way - a discount is a discount!
I don't get it. Is there such a thing as free time? Aren't they just talking about a discount on the price on the policy - by any other name?
would that be the first eight weeks or last eight weeks of the policy :whistling:
eeeek - so cold!
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Free £5 M&S voucher for getting a Direct Line home insurance quote

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There's a way to get a free £5 Marks & Spencer gift voucher. To do it all you need to is call up or go online and get a quote for Direct Line home insurance before 30 November. The advert has been…
thebrowns98 Avatar8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago14 Comments
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Marina;2988147
Already posted
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/243391/free-5-marks-and-spencer-voucher-fo/
I did the quote on Monday, no vouchers yet.


Ooops - sorry but I searched under 'Direct Line' and it isn't there - for some reason it's been listed as an M&S deal
The deal hasn't expired - someone's clicked the expired link because it's a duplicate post!!
has this really been expired. It's still on the MSE website
rang them asked about the £5 done the quote never had a thing back this was a few weeks ago
Hope it has saved the details as I just closed window after getting quote
Good Deal!! H&R added!!!!!!
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Direct Line - £20 towards the cost of vaccinations.

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Direct Line will be giving all customers that insure their pets before 31st December 2007 up to £20 towards the cost of vaccinations.
Dom30 Avatar9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month agoAdd Comment
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15% off Home insurance + 50% off contents insurance

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Home insurance 15% off. 15% online discount +50% off contents insurance when you buy both buildings and contents cover
zerog Avatar9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago1 Comment
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Would Quidco (£75) cashback still apply here? Can't see why not. Personally, with the amount of cashback on offer, it may still be better to get buldings and contents with separate companies (a combination of Barclays and LloydsTSB would give you £245 cashback!!).
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