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The AA are offering 12 months FREE AA Roadside Assistance when you take out a Home Contents or Building insurance Policy with them.

Also get £19 cashback through QuidCo.

You can also add Buildings Insurance at an extra cost, possible £38 Quidco if you take out both policies.

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mspychala#1
I was about to insure the house that I rent. Is this a good deal? I already have AA roadside cover.
Alinshearahbanned#2
looks a good offer
shine1290#3
good
den169#4
Still waiting on quidco since september.
cam2012#5
how did u get a quote for less than 50 quid. i put in for two bed brand new apartment and its 160
zipgun#6
My AA quidco never paid from over a year ago!
sofiasar#7
my quote was £98
chocky#8
Think your quote depends on where you live
Gavin01 1 Like #9
unless ive got something wrong every single person will have a different quote ?
rachaelball98#10
voted cold. insurances are rated individually on different postcodes and circumstances. not a deal
cam2012#11
yeah bit misleading saying insurance is 50quid when it clearly isnt.....cold from me
ukmonkey#12
quidco do pay up but last time it took over a year
Nujol 1 Like #13
I am fully supportive of, and a regular user of, cashback sites such as Quidco and Topcashback...

BUT DEAREST HUKD'ers...

I would STRONGLY ADVISE checking out the pay rates and feedback on The AA in terms of cashback offers. There are many many many stories online of the cashback either being a year (or more) late, or never being paid out.

This company cannot, in my opinion, be trusted to pay any offered cashback - so steer clear of any deal relying on this to make it hot.
adr0ck#14
From personal experience i would advise avoiding any insurance product from the AA.
patass#15
just requested a quote and £172 for buildings! i live in a small terrace house in a good neighbourhood
royals#16
useless filled all 3million details and it crashed
Szabster#17
Yeah, quidco never paid out on my AA roadside thing either.
ma6jrp#18
Paid out £19 fine for me for home cover taken out about 6 months ago, The deal has been running since than at least with free basic breakdown cover. I think it is only for one year, so I guess they hope you will renew it next year. It is only the most basic cover of trying to fix and then towing to a garage if they can't. No home start, towing to home, onward travel or accommodation etc.


Edited By: ma6jrp on Apr 02, 2013 23:33
krazykizza#19
Learned to drive with the AA for a time. Whilst I do see that it was a franchise simply using the brands name, I couldn't rate them any poorly.

The instructor conned me out of lesson time, and claimed I had used all my allotted block booked sessions, when I in fact hadn't. He even had the audacity to forge my signature; rather poorly too. Complained the the AA, to receive nothing but an apology and a cheque for the defrauded amount.

Looking back I wish I'd of perused this through a solicitor, as surely this breaks the law. Being only 17 at the time, my focus was on getting a license. I still see the instructor driving around, and hope to god he hasn't tried it on with anyone else, but he most likely would of.

Will never, ever ever ever, give the AA and it's subsidiary brands any of my money. It is not a brand you can trust, it will lie, cheat and steal from you.
CooliceT#20
krazykizza
Learned to drive with the AA for a time. Whilst I do see that it was a franchise simply using the brands name, I couldn't rate them any poorly.

The instructor conned me out of lesson time, and claimed I had used all my allotted block booked sessions, when I in fact hadn't. He even had the audacity to forge my signature; rather poorly too. Complained the the AA, to receive nothing but an apology and a cheque for the defrauded amount.

Looking back I wish I'd of perused this through a solicitor, as surely this breaks the law. Being only 17 at the time, my focus was on getting a license. I still see the instructor driving around, and hope to god he hasn't tried it on with anyone else, but he most likely would of.

Will never, ever ever ever, give the AA and it's subsidiary brands any of my money. It is not a brand you can trust, it will lie, cheat and steal from you.

I feel for you, but you do realise that it was down to a single person (the instructor) who is most likely part of a chain that is private but AA take a cut, its the instructors fault that gave you a bad experience with the AA, not the company... there is dodgy people in thousands of companies all over the world.

an apology and a cheque is better than nothing, lots of problems I've had with many companies and more than half you complain too, you get nothing...

also onto topic...

did this deal few months ago when moved into new house, got my free roadside+upgrade for me, though I did think at the time it was for both of us (being on joint account/same rent on books) but it only states for me...

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