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

£2.32 @ Confused.com
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 (… Read More
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6m, 5d agoFound 6 months, 5 days ago
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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#1
lovely

idiots were doing this on life insurance a few months ago as well

thanks for my free money :)

only that was about £8 a go
banned#2
Say, how does doing a quote exactly work without paying for anything? Never done one of these before.

Thanks.
#3
they do a credit search
#4
Thanks I'll try it
#5
humadoon
they do a credit search


Not for a quote
#6
humadoon
they do a credit search

no they don't
1 Like #7
Stumbled on this the other day whilst trying to figure out how much car insurance would be for my step daughter.

She can't start driving till next June so was only getting ideas and got paid for it.

Oh and you can put in any details you like so they can't possibly be doing credit checks.
#8
Insurance quotes do generate searches against your credit file - I think this is more to establish your identity in terms of fraud profiling.
#9
link goes to confused.com

got the right link?
#10
plunet
Insurance quotes do generate searches against your credit file - I think this is more to establish your identity in terms of fraud profiling.

but this is a comparison tool without a credit search
#11
Has this ended,I can't see anything on TCB ?
#12
deb8z
Has this ended,I can't see anything on TCB ?

I think OP got it wrong - his link goes to confused.com
#13
luvsadealdealdeal
deb8z
Has this ended,I can't see anything on TCB ?
I think OP got it wrong - his link goes to confused.com

Thanks,it is indeed confused.com lol
#14
damn, think i was confused.com!
#15
Same amount as my first hourly wage... oO
#16
Yeah I think this is through quidco/topcashback which seems to be omitted from the OP.
#17
bizzlebyron
Yeah I think this is through quidco/topcashback which seems to be omitted from the OP.
no.. some clever soul edited out the title and image.
#18
ukting
bizzlebyron
Yeah I think this is through quidco/topcashback which seems to be omitted from the OP.
no.. some clever soul edited out the title and image.

that's because some clever soul messed up the post - you, brother

were you drunk?

it was always confused.com - you should thank the mods for trying to sort out your drunk post
#19
luvsadealdealdeal
ukting
bizzlebyron
Yeah I think this is through quidco/topcashback which seems to be omitted from the OP.
no.. some clever soul edited out the title and image.
that's because some clever soul messed up the post - you, brother
were you drunk?
it was always confused.com - you should thank the mods for trying to sort out your drunk post
you fool i'm referring to the fact that TCB was in the image/title.
#20
got it thanks
#21
In fairness,the picture earlier this morning was of TCB.
#23
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?).
#24
Edmundo07
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.
#25
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.
#26
HUKDposter
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.


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.
#27
ukting
HUKDposter
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.
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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