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£75 free M&S vouchers when you take out life cover online @ Legal & General £24.00

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Just need 4 months of cover @ £6/ month to get the M&S vouchers.
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago26 Comments
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Received my gift card in the post today. So did my wife. Easy £102.
I'm amazed at how so many people fail to double these kind of offers up by simply filling in a second application for their partners (with their consent of course).
Maybe we do but don't post it about on here. ;)
Nah, I reckon most don't. Take the bank switching gravy train, for example. There's no shortage of folk telling how they've made £400/£500/£600 from switching 4 or 5 bank accounts. I (erm we) have made £1,300 in the last 8 months from 4 bank switches and 2 Shepherds Friendly ISA's (via topcashback).
I assume you missed out on yorkshire bank's/clydesdale bank's multiple switch incentive game? Between the whole family we amassed lots and lots of debit cards.
Tell me more.......
I (we) switched to Yorkshire Bank and made £300. The kids are too young to sign up, and I'm pretty sure you can only switch to YB or Clydesdale once, so I'm thinking we've maxed that one out. Have I missed something?

There was a 3 or 4 month period where the terms stated one switch incentive per account (not per person as with other banks). So it meant you potentially could have opened several accounts and got several £150 switch incentives per person. They soon closed that loophole.
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Received my gift card in the post today. So did my wife. Easy £102.
I'm amazed at how so many people fail to double these kind of offers up by simply filling in a second application for their partners (with their consent of course).
Maybe we do but don't post it about on here. ;)
Nah, I reckon most don't. Take the bank switching gravy train, for example. There's no shortage of folk telling how they've made £400/£500/£600 from switching 4 or 5 bank accounts. I (erm we) have made £1,300 in the last 8 months from 4 bank switches and 2 Shepherds Friendly ISA's (via topcashback).
I assume you missed out on yorkshire bank's/clydesdale bank's multiple switch incentive game? Between the whole family we amassed lots and lots of debit cards.
Tell me more.......

I (we) switched to Yorkshire Bank and made £300. The kids are too young to sign up, and I'm pretty sure you can only switch to YB or Clydesdale once, so I'm thinking we've maxed that one out. Have I missed something?
paypeanuts
snack_attack
paypeanuts
Received my gift card in the post today. So did my wife. Easy £102.
I'm amazed at how so many people fail to double these kind of offers up by simply filling in a second application for their partners (with their consent of course).
Maybe we do but don't post it about on here. ;)
Nah, I reckon most don't. Take the bank switching gravy train, for example. There's no shortage of folk telling how they've made £400/£500/£600 from switching 4 or 5 bank accounts. I (erm we) have made £1,300 in the last 8 months from 4 bank switches and 2 Shepherds Friendly ISA's (via topcashback).

I assume you missed out on yorkshire bank's/clydesdale bank's multiple switch incentive game? Between the whole family we amassed lots and lots of debit cards.
snack_attack
paypeanuts
Received my gift card in the post today. So did my wife. Easy £102.
I'm amazed at how so many people fail to double these kind of offers up by simply filling in a second application for their partners (with their consent of course).
Maybe we do but don't post it about on here. ;)
Nah, I reckon most don't. Take the bank switching gravy train, for example. There's no shortage of folk telling how they've made £400/£500/£600 from switching 4 or 5 bank accounts. I (erm we) have made £1,300 in the last 8 months from 4 bank switches and 2 Shepherds Friendly ISA's (via topcashback).
paypeanuts
Received my gift card in the post today. So did my wife. Easy £102.
I'm amazed at how so many people fail to double these kind of offers up by simply filling in a second application for their partners (with their consent of course).

Maybe we do but don't post it about on here. ;)
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Legal and General home insurance £100 M&S vouchers code

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Voucher code to get £100 M&S vouchers back on any purchase of essentials or extra buildings and content insurance from L&G as long as the policy starts before 31st October 2015 and the quote is direct…
pete84 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago7 Comments
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I can't remember exactly but think it was 75 days. I took same deal 2 years ago and they arrived before the date they said


Thanks :) iv got it for £102.68 :D
I can't remember exactly but think it was 75 days. I took same deal 2 years ago and they arrived before the date they said
Do u know when they arrive? Thanks
where do you people live that you can get a quote for £113 and £160 for both Content and buildings.
My quote was £113 on comparison site and £121 direct. So £21 for buildings and contents with accidental cover on both as well
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Free life cover for parents worth £15000 @ legalandgeneral

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£15,000 of free life cover, just apply before your child's 5th birthday to take advantage.
prlk520 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago18 Comments
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One year is Ok for free, £15k wont go far though. I recently took out policies. Cavendish online was the cheapest for me, £25 fee per policy. I have separate polices for myself and wife, £350k payout each, 30 year policies until we are 68 and costs a combined £45 a month. Two separate policies worked out cheaper than a joint one, with the benefit of a possible two payouts compared to one.
My dad once had a quote from SunLife....he forever got junk mail and phone calls from them afterwards. Even asking them to stop and writing to them, they still sent stuff.
Parents are indeed worth £15,000
Ageist!
Better off buying the minimum policy (around £6 per month depending on lifestyle) and claiming the £74 cashback via Topcashback. . The policy will cover you for way more than £15k and you'll get the cashback, I save it up & cash out as Amazon vouchers near Xmas.
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Legal and General Pet Insurance £40 quidco £50 amazon voucher

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Quidco currently offering £40 and also possible to get a £50 amazon voucher, although I so far haven't been able to find where to input the code "PETMSE". if anyone finds how it please comment below!
craigsmethurst6 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago20 Comments
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On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.
Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.
Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad unity totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?
Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.
Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.
Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.
Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.
Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies.
I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.
No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.
just so glad i am not one of your so called loved animals , i wouldnt dare get ill as i know i would be going one way and thats not recovery, a good animal lover would pay everything they have to make sure there pet is looked after, and i have had both mongerals and pedigrees you get bad in both
bruceboy
SDLiam
bruceboy
SDLiam
bruceboy
SDLiam
On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.
Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.
Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad unity totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?
Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.
Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.
Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.
Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.
Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies.
I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.
No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.

If you think your vet's an ****, you need to find a new vet. Whether you choose to insure or not shouldn't be based on the decions of a vet you don't like. When I first moved to this area I went to a vet recommended by a neighbour when my elderly cat's kidneys started to fail - that vet seemed to be more interested in how much treatment he could sell me rather than what was best for my cat. I changed vet.

I self-insure; I looked into the cost of pet insurance a few years ago and decided to put the monthly premiums in a savings account instead. When my cat injured himself while I was abroad this summer my vet had to house him until I got home a week later. He subsequently needed an op. at the small animal hospital in the vet dept. of the local uni. The total of the bills from my vet and the hospital was considerably less than I would've paid out in insurance over the lifetime of both my cats, but probably a little more than if I'd been insuring one animal.

The discussions I had with my own vet and the vets at the hospital were purely about whether an operation was the best thing for my cat; not about cost. I wouldn't expect that to be any different if I had insurance. If it was, I'd change vet or go to a different small animal hospital (there's another one 40 miles away).
Bruce, jog on you donut
SDLiam
bruceboy
SDLiam
bruceboy
SDLiam
On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.
Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.
Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad unity totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?
Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.
Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.
Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.
Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.
Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies.
I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.
No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.
bruceboy
SDLiam
bruceboy
SDLiam
On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.
Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.
Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad unity totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?
Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.
Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.
Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.

Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.

Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies.

I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.
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New Parent Free Life Cover @ Legal & General

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Legal & General are offering new parents with a child less than one year old £10k of life insurance cover for one year for free. T&Cs apply.
jonesgl Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago2 Comments
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great thanks. heat added :)
Asda and Tesco too
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Legal & General - £60 M&S Voucher for £18 Life Insurance

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Not a quidco deal. Instead if you go via the link you can sign up for Legal & General life insurance and get £60 M&S vouchers from them direct. They send the vouchers after month 4 and the minimum…
markbarton Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago8 Comments
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Not sure if can cancel after 30 days and not pay the remaining premium during the term? Please see the below policy.

If you wish to cancel your policy you have 30 days to do so and we will refund any premiums paid. Please be aware that if you cancel after the 30 day cancellation period you won't get any money back.

To cancel please call us on 0370 163 0657 between 8:30am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturday. We may record and monitor calls and call charges will vary.
sherbolton
Still got some m&s vouchers lying around. No idea what to spend them on! Not a deal I'm interested in.
really useful comment there... Thanks for sharing your lack of interest...
Still got some m&s vouchers lying around. No idea what to spend them on! Not a deal I'm interested in.
It does state in the small print;

"We will aim to send the vouchers four months after your policy start date. Please allow time for delivery" So possibly circa £24 but note the word 'AIM' oO
oddballjamie
Cashback is higher if you manage to get hit by a bus.

I got it!

markbarton
oddballjamie
Cashback is higher if you manage to get hit by a bus.
Thats true - if your happy to go through Quidco its currently £75 and its a universal voucher. Its just depends on how reliable you view cashback.
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Free Freeloader Box @Legal&General

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No idea on earth what this is but received an e-mail about it from UCAS due to being a Student. It's free but wondering if anyone can shed some light on it? E-mail states "limited editi…
M0nk3h Avatar3y, 4w agoFound 3 years, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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Hi, I can clarify this for you. Originally, the Freeloader Box offer was part of a campaign in which we reminded certain existing customers that their policy included some cover for their children when they went to university. However, we are now also giving away the Freeloader Box (just the box – there is no insurance link for non-customers) free to students that sign up as part of a more general brand awareness campaign. We’d like to invite students to take part in co-creation groups over the year to help us learn about marketing to young people, and hopefully it’ll give them some valuable marketing experience too.

All students can now just sign up (using a completely separate form and process) to receive the box…. Although we do have a limited number!

On behalf of Legal & General: Tristan
discowill
Please add "Legal and General policy holders only" to the title

Wait, I think we're all getting it wrong. You DON'T have to be a policy holder. The one andywedge linked is different. The one I linked doesn't ask for you to be a policy holder and was sent through UCAS.

The link I link is http://smartthinking.briefyourmarket.com/documents/registration/newprofile.aspx?preview=true

The UCAS e-mail doesn't state this.
M0nk3h
Worth a go do you think?


Depends if you can handle this....
By signing up to receive your Freeloader box you are giving permission for Legal & General to contact you about future research, student promotions, discounts and competitions. Legal & General will also invite all students who sign up to receive the Freeloader Box to join its "Smart Thinking" student panel. After you submit your details we'll send you a confirmation email in which you'll be invited to complete a short survey for your chance to win a Kindle Fire HD.
Please add "Legal and General policy holders only" to the title
andywedge
This will provide cover for contents temporarily removed from your home while attending full time education.

Providing that it is your intention to return the items to your home then the insurance covers loss or damage to contents in any building in Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands where you are living whilst attending full time education.

It will also cover Personal Property in and away from the home. The sum insured recorded on your policy schedule (subject to inflation protection). The maximum amount we will pay for any one article, pair or set is £1,500.

Money which is the sum recorded on the policy schedule.

A 10% discount if the student buys home insurance from Legal and General in the future

Legal and General branded items for Work and PlayWork

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10% off at The Hut - Men's and Women's Clothing
20% off at Logic 3 - Audio, Mobile and gaming Accessories
Free hire at Ministry of Paintball - Largest paintball company in the world
£5 off when £20 spent at The Fragrance Shop - Designer perfumes and fragrances
10% off at The Works - Britain's No.1 discount book and stationary store
10% off at Lookfantastic.com - Hair and beauty products
10% off at Boysstuff.co.uk and Girlsstuff.co.uk - Gifts, gadgets and gaming chairs
15% off a 16-25 Railcard - 1/3 off rail fares
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Ah ok then. I actually came across the page after you posted but when you click "get box" it sends you to another page which you have to select what policy, yet that one I link doesn't ask and is different?

Worth a go do you think?
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Legal and General Life Insurance £80 cashback with Quidco. 3 payments of £6 minimum to qualify

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Similar to the Marks and Spencer and Post Office Life Insurance deals through quidco. You sign up for a short term life insurance policy and after 3 premiums quidco cashback of £80 is paid. The
cralittlewood Avatar8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago107 Comments
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Holy thread revival?!
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Yep :thumbsup:Just done one for me and one for 'The Lady'.£160 cashback for £36 outlay. Cant be bad! :-D
Can you do this with the same quidco account?

it really doesnt work like that i was asked for copies of birth certificates and household bills to prove they lived there for each person but wasnt asked until the cashback was due to be paid so in fact lost all i had paid , serves my right really lol
ive also cancelled my DD online.
To me too, worked out in the end! Got a total of £100 this month from them so v happy!
Quidco have made the £80 payment!!!
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Legal & General ISAs open new account online poss £110 quidco cashback

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just came across this whilst looking at quidco. Has anyone taken out an ISA with Legal & General. It seems like a fantastic payout (althought not guaranteed) The Legal & General Group, established
dramaqueen Avatar9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago82 Comments
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I'm still waiting for my quidco enquiry to be processed....

That's not a bad return though, I choose a top 100 shares and it's up £5 atm
wow, just checked my account for the first time since starting in July, i have made 2 payments of £50 in august and september and my Ethical trust ISA is at £111, thats over 10% in less than 2 months, plus the £110 quidco has now been been "added" after an enquiry, now thats an investment!:-D

What ISA did everyone else go for?
The uk stock market is hovering around the 6,600 mark at the moment and the dow at 14,164 both of which i think are pretty high historically.

Neither are exectly tumbling.

As i understand it the LIBOR interbank lending rates are also back down to normal levels although there is probably still some pressure in the credit markets.

We might even see a drop in the BOE base rate by the end of this year.

It is a good time to be saving though as pointed out. Many banks and BS are tripping over themselves to get more cash liquidity into their systems.
As the stock market tumbles, usually the cost of borrowing goes up.

As the interest rates of borrowing go up, the savings rates go up with them. It's a good time to save. Not a good time to borrow though!
Jack Bauer
Im not an expert but...the fact the market has taken a tumble seems to be a good time to invest over a 12 month period, maybe a good time for big gains ?



Or a continual plunge for the next few years? Good way to lose money! Stock market likely to fall for a few years at some point soon, who knows whether it'll start now or next year or in 5 years???