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BECKYBOO Avatar
1d, 2w agoPosted 1 decade, 2 weeks ago
If i go through quidco and get an insurance quote, but i dont want to go for it right now if i save the quote then go back to it later will it still get tracked via Quidco or do you think i should just get the quote when im ready to take up the insurance???

Not sure how it works with insurance!!!!!!:roll: :oops:
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1d, 2w agoPosted 1 decade, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I wouldnt, id just start again, if im doing something that requires quidco and i think ive left it too long i start again :giggle:
#2
Hi, I've just done the Barclays home contents insurance quote thru' Quidco.
They would only quote insurance within the next 60 days but as I want it to start on Jan 1st it's fine.
Did it all on-line, got the paperwork within 5 days, first DD comes out Jan 10th but most importantly £125 cashback has been tracked after 7 days of waiting.
Not sure if that helps at all.
#3
yes i suppose joshanna, just if you are doing lots of quotes to find the cheapest would you save the quote and go back or would you just re type it loads of times (which drives you mad after 3 quotes). I found a good one i think direct line home insurance it gives £75 cash back from quidco and you get free anual travel insurance included. But i dont want to sign up for it today. Is it worth the risk saving the quote or not?
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topbanana2803
Hi, I've just done the Barclays home contents insurance quote thru' Quidco.
They would only quote insurance within the next 60 days but as I want it to start on Jan 1st it's fine.
Did it all on-line, got the paperwork within 5 days, first DD comes out Jan 10th but most importantly £125 cashback has been tracked after 7 days of waiting.
Not sure if that helps at all.


Did you save your quote and go back to it later or did you buy it straight away all in one transaction?
#5
Becky, he other day i was doing hmv, it messed up, so i logged out and deleted everything, then started a fresh, i think its best to do that to make sure.
#6
Will do that then, i suppose i just wondered how it worked with insurance. As you always get the option to save your quote. Its not the same as making a straight purchase. :)
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You can save the quote and go back thru quidco to recall it.
I actually took out a quote, then found out about the cashback, phoned Barclays and cancelled the original one then went back thru quidco and took out the one I have now.
I got the quote and then recalled it about a week later.
A lot of the cashback amounts went up in November some of them are due to go back to the original amounts in December. Just depends when you want the insurance to start really, most insurance companies will only honour the quote for up 60/90 days in case premiums rise steeply
#8
Thanks for your advice topbanana and joshanna :)
#9
Not sure if you have done this already. Get quotes through Confused.com and then pick out the best one with Quidco and resubmit through Quidco. You have to put details in twice, but it saves going through each one individually.
#10
I always get a quote through confused.com :thumbsup:

But, have found from past experiences, when theyve rang back its always been cheaper than ive been quoted

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