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bargainhunter5 Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
who have you got yours with ? anyone seen any good offers ?? looking to renew ours currently with the AA
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
I know my colleague gets his free with his bank account. Worth investigating if you're eligible for anything similar.

If not there's usually a decent payback on Quidco for this type of thing.
#2
I use Green Flag not sure on offers though
#3
oh yes thanks i forgot about quidco thank you
#4
mikebike
I use Green Flag not sure on offers though


i was looking at green flag, have you had to use them and are they alright ?
#5
bargainhunter5
i was looking at green flag, have you had to use them and are they alright ?


Used them a couple off times and they were quick and efficent with no dramas at all. I drive 35k a year so I need a company that performs well and I have no complaints with Green Flag at all
#6
mikebike
Used them a couple off times and they were quick and efficent with no dramas at all. I drive 35k a year so I need a company that performs well and I have no complaints with Green Flag at all


Good because that's who I'm with ( Through my insurance ). Never broke down yet, But nice to know their reliable.
#7
I went from RAC to AA in December purely for the quidco (£21 cashback on £28 policy), wouldn't work for you though as you're already with AA. Unless you cancel and wait a week or 2 maybe, sods law you'll break down while not covered though!
#8
i have had green flag for a good few years and have used them 3-4 times with no probs at all
as all ready said dont know about any offers
#9
thanks everyone for your help
#10
I used my Tesco clubcard points for mine.
#11
I am with the AA, and for the last couple of years i have always rung them up to tell them that i dont want to renew, and then set up a policy as a new customer online.
I have the Relay option for the wife and i, its the one where they will transport you anywhere you want to go if you breakdown. This years renewal was £135 ( i think).
Gone through quidco and get about £50 back on policys over £100 so i end up getting the policy for around the £50 price :thumbsup::thumbsup:

go on quidco or topcashback and see what their cashback price is and then go straight to the site via them.

Good luck
#12
Whoever you go with, register at a different address i.e. your mum and dad, this way you can get the home start for free as you're more than 1/4 mile away :thumbsup:

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