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£20 off an eCar insurance policy

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anewman Avatar
1d, 2w agoFound 1 decade, 2 weeks ago
Instructions:Use the following link to get £20 off the quote for a car insurance policy, https://www.egroup-insurance.com/quote/q.php?qnid=194&voucherno=0c272fd073bdcbfe875a7054ae3b24f8 It's not much but it's worthwhile if eCar works out cheapest for you.

As a new driver at 26 living close to a major city I found ecar insurance to be £100 cheaper than any of the competition, including any listed by confused.com. YMMV as always of course and it is always advised to do your research and get plenty of quotes.

When I was getting quotes from them I found that Third Party Fire and Theft was cheaper than Third Party only. Fully comprehensive again was even cheaper but only with the highest excess. I went with TPFT as my car is not worth the excess. So when getting quotes select TPFT (which also quotes for TP only at the same time) and then fully comp to see which level of cover works out best for you. [Although biggest savings could be made by changing the post code at which the car is parked overnight, although this would of course be illegal to do if if you did not park there! :)]

If you are interested in buying a car the site makes it quite easy to change the car in the quote so if you are looking at buying a car you can see how changes in the car affect the policy.
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anewman Avatar
1d, 2w agoFound 1 decade, 2 weeks ago

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You can get £40.00 by going through Quidco. I wonder if you could combine both?
Is there a way this voucher could be incorporated with Quidco?, Would make a better saving then.
Cool wasn't aware of the quidco sorry. Quidco might be a better offer then. Quidco seems to set a cookie and once you hit this link the voucher code at the end disappears when you leave the first page suggesting that also uses a cookie.

I don't know if this means you can combine the discounts or not. Maybe a better idea to go through quido alone than to risk missing out on an extra £20 off. Unless someone knows more about how quidco works than I do :)

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