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£15 Amazon gift card + £30 free credit with Home contents insurance from £4.63 month - no min term (poss 6 months free insurance) @ Getsafe
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£15 Amazon gift card + £30 free credit with Home contents insurance from £4.63 month - no min term (poss 6 months free insurance) @ Getsafe

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£15 Amazon gift card + £30 free credit with Home contents insurance from £4.63 month - no min term (poss 6 months free insurance) @ Getsafe
Refreshed 23rd Jun (Posted 19th Jun)

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Offer ends today 15th July 23:59
You can get home contents insurance from £4.63 per month (premiums will vary) plus you will get a £15 Amazon gift card and free £30 free credit to pay monthly premiums. Both the gift card and free £30 credit will be fulfilled once your insurance contract has been active for 3 months with Getsafe (partnering with Hiscox) e.g. need to pay 3 months premiums.

The credit can be used to pay the monthly bill after your insurance policy is active for three months (it's not cashback), so it's possible to have 6 months free contents insurance and there is no minimum term e.g. can cancel at anytime. As an example, If you held the policy for 12 months, based on an average premium of £5 a month, would cost £30 factoring in the bill credit plus the £15 Amazon voucher, so net cost £15. The offer is for new customers and not applicable if you have taken out a previous offer. This deal is exclusive to hotukdeals

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Offer Conditions

  • New customers only
  • Minimum age is 22+ and must be a permanent resident in the UK
  • Eligibility includes employed, self employed and retired people and pay UK tax on all income
  • When you buy insurance using this link and once your insurance contract has been active for at least 3 months, you’ll receive a credit for £30. This can be used to pay your monthly insurance premium. You will also receive an Amazon gift card of £15 three months after your membership is active at Getsafe
  • By signing up with your email you are opting into marketing. You can opt out once signed up via your account
  • This promotion is valid for one use only until 15.07.2020
  • Link to the full terms and conditions here

Key Benefits

Contents insurance protects your belongings against hazards such as fire, storm, flood, and theft. The contents insurance is applicable for those who own or rent their home.

  • Minimum term - Daily cancellation possible via app
  • Sum insured - Flexible, from £5,000 up to £75,000
  • Excess - From £220 to £340
  • What's covered - Physical loss or damage to your personal property; Storm, flood, escape of water; Fire; Theft or malicious damage; Lock replacement ; Money ; Refrigerated food and drinks; Removal of debris; Retrieving personal data; Visitor's possessions; Personal liability; Theft from motor vehicles
  • For more detailed benefits including what's covered and what's not - refer to the detailed document here

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Example Quote - £4.63 a month

Below is an example quote based on insuring a property in Kettering NN14 1RT, with the insured sum of £35,000 and an excess of £260. The quote is £4.63 a month, so with the £30 free credit after 3 months, this would mean you could have 6 months free contents insurance plus the £15 Amazon gift card. Please note that quotes will vary by postcode and the area you live in.

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Getsafe is a German fintech company, with the insurance managed via an app including claims and has recently launched in the UK partnering with Hiscox - more info here . The company has decent feedback on sister site MyDealz and scores 4.4/5 from over 1000 reviews on Google Play.

Steps to purchase

  • Step 1 - Click get deal link
  • Step 2 - Go through quote process and purchase
  • Step 3: Download app and familarise yourself with any further info
  • Step 4: Once your insurance contract has been active for 3 months you will be emailed the £15 Amazon gift card plus you will receive a credit for £30 which can be used to pay monthly premiums.

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Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you should be aware that this company is scam, they'll not honour any claim or promotional voucher. I have transcripts of my chat with them. HUKD are in the same team with them.
georgesvalch23/06/2020 11:18

Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you …Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you should be aware that this company is scam, they'll not honour any claim or promotional voucher. I have transcripts of my chat with them. HUKD are in the same team with them.


Ditto, this deal is being heavily censored.
lucas22/06/2020 17:25

What they like for claims? Can’t stand insurance company’s who try and wra …What they like for claims? Can’t stand insurance company’s who try and wrangle out of paying, rather pay more for an easy life


That’s literally their one goal and the entire basis of their business model...
I had to claim on these recently for a burglary. Their insurance is underwritten by Hiscox and so most of my dealing was with Hiscox rather than GetSafe. The initial filing of the claim was easy and quick and it was passed to Hiscox quite quickly

In my particular case it took quite a long time to claim - the time from raising the claim to receiving the payment was about 5 weeks, there did seem to be a bit of a lack of urgency on their behalf but I did get the payout eventually for the full amount.

Other than being slow in my case they weren't too bad and didn't seem to try to weasel out of paying - mind you it was a fairly clear cut case and the police were involved etc which must have helped
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Not for London especially East London
What they like for claims? Can’t stand insurance company’s who try and wrangle out of paying, rather pay more for an easy life
Getsafe
Control the cost of home contents insurance
Save some money

Ta.
Edited by: "hotmik" 22nd Jun
lucas22/06/2020 17:25

What they like for claims? Can’t stand insurance company’s who try and wra …What they like for claims? Can’t stand insurance company’s who try and wrangle out of paying, rather pay more for an easy life


That’s literally their one goal and the entire basis of their business model...
Thyme22/06/2020 17:57

That’s literally their one goal and the entire basis of their business m …That’s literally their one goal and the entire basis of their business model...


What is?
Thyme22/06/2020 17:58

To try to get out of paying.


I wouldn’t say so, I’ve only had to claim once on my car insurance and Churchill payed out within a few days with no hassle, even made life easy for me with hire car etc. My partner had a mare with claiming from a cheapo company though.
How must the premiums be paid - Paypal, card, direct debit? Can't see that mentioned anywhere. Thanks.
lucas22/06/2020 18:00

I wouldn’t say so, I’ve only had to claim once on my car insurance and Chu …I wouldn’t say so, I’ve only had to claim once on my car insurance and Churchill payed out within a few days with no hassle, even made life easy for me with hire car etc. My partner had a mare with claiming from a cheapo company though.


It’s not whether you say so, it’s their business model and how they survive. Every successful claim comes directly out of their profits. Some insurers are better than others like with everything. Generally AXA, Churchill, Directline etc are more decent to deal with.
Edited by: "Thyme" 22nd Jun
Thyme22/06/2020 17:58

To try to get out of paying.


I think that's most, if not all, insurance companies tbh. IMO if you as a consumer know this, you have the upper hand. Keep meticulous records of your high value items (with photos/receipts if possible) and don't give them any room to challenge your claim.
They must've realised how many HUKDers were taking the voucher and cancelling immediately
Oh look, another GetSafe deal at the same price as last time.
Just to make sure I got this right... will we have to pay 3 months of insurance of £4.63 ? Or have I read this wrong? If so, does this mean you pay approx £15 for 3 months and then you get the credit of £30 after 3 months and also the £15 amazon voucher? This means you've effectively purchased the voucher yourself?
Billy8523/06/2020 09:10

Just to make sure I got this right... will we have to pay 3 months of …Just to make sure I got this right... will we have to pay 3 months of insurance of £4.63 ? Or have I read this wrong? If so, does this mean you pay approx £15 for 3 months and then you get the credit of £30 after 3 months and also the £15 amazon voucher? This means you've effectively purchased the voucher yourself?


Yes you could see it as buying the voucher but you also get approx 9 months insurance cover for no further cost.
I got the deal the first time round and it’s fab. I’m not a person that ever needs to claim on insurance. £4.63 was well worth it ...I still have £9.62 credit left of my £30 credit. £15 voucher came more or less straight away. You can see why they’ve done it this way around. Your initially paying 3 x £4.63 to get £30 credit and a £15 voucher. This works out basically that you’ll get your money back plus you’ll have a £15 gift voucher and then £30 credit which will pay the rest of your premiums for a while. Worthy investment to me
I had to claim on these recently for a burglary. Their insurance is underwritten by Hiscox and so most of my dealing was with Hiscox rather than GetSafe. The initial filing of the claim was easy and quick and it was passed to Hiscox quite quickly

In my particular case it took quite a long time to claim - the time from raising the claim to receiving the payment was about 5 weeks, there did seem to be a bit of a lack of urgency on their behalf but I did get the payout eventually for the full amount.

Other than being slow in my case they weren't too bad and didn't seem to try to weasel out of paying - mind you it was a fairly clear cut case and the police were involved etc which must have helped
How frustrating - I’ve been after a miniature house just like the one in the pic for ages.
Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you should be aware that this company is scam, they'll not honour any claim or promotional voucher. I have transcripts of my chat with them. HUKD are in the same team with them.
georgesvalch23/06/2020 11:18

Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you …Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you should be aware that this company is scam, they'll not honour any claim or promotional voucher. I have transcripts of my chat with them. HUKD are in the same team with them.


We have followed up every offer we have had so far and ensured everyone who has flagged they haven't received a voucher (which wasn't very many) got their voucher. If you have an outstanding problem with a Getsafe offer that was on hotukdeals, please PM me the details

We are not in the same team as Getsafe
Edited by moderator: "Typo" 23rd Jun
You never think you need insurance until you need it.

Worth noting that the max of £75,000 may not cover your house contents, please do check your value of contents.

The minimum excess is a bit high IMHO and after the additions of outside the house, the value isn’t worth it. Just my 2 cents
Dan23/06/2020 11:29

We have followed up every offer we have had so far and ensured everyone …We have followed up every offer we have had so far and ensured everyone who has flagged they haven't received a voucher (which wasn't very man) got their voucher. If you have an outstanding problem with a Getsafe offer that was on hotukdeals, please PM me the detailsWe are not in the same team as Getsafe


I had an insurance at my address, I had no claim at all, I even had credits with them left when I decided to cancel, because there was no use of insurance since my house is insured anyway. And when the voucher been available on here, my wife got a policy with them. Guess what, no voucher after we've been waiting, they said that another policy at the same household was in place.
georgesvalch23/06/2020 11:18

Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you …Mods deleted my comment on here, they'll do this again, however, you should be aware that this company is scam, they'll not honour any claim or promotional voucher. I have transcripts of my chat with them. HUKD are in the same team with them.


Ditto, this deal is being heavily censored.
I have got my £25 last time I signed up..they did at least 5-10 soft credit search on me .
Edited by: "MujahidulIslamPavel" 23rd Jun
georgesvalch23/06/2020 11:38

I had an insurance at my address, I had no claim at all, I even had …I had an insurance at my address, I had no claim at all, I even had credits with them left when I decided to cancel, because there was no use of insurance since my house is insured anyway. And when the voucher been available on here, my wife got a policy with them. Guess what, no voucher after we've been waiting, they said that another policy at the same household was in place.


I'll drop you a message of someone to contact there
Dan23/06/2020 12:19

I'll drop you a message of someone to contact there


I'm afraid is to late because both, me and my wife cancelled the policy, but I think is fair to let our experience being known by the community on here. I can read some positive feedback on here, however for us, this wasn't the case, so people should be aware that it is a kind of lottery with Getsafe.
georgesvalch23/06/2020 12:23

I'm afraid is to late because both, me and my wife cancelled the policy, …I'm afraid is to late because both, me and my wife cancelled the policy, but I think is fair to let our experience being known by the community on here. I can read some positive feedback on here, however for us, this wasn't the case, so people should be aware that it is a kind of lottery with Getsafe.


OK cool, obviously that is up to you. To be clear though, it is not a scam - we work with Getsafe to help them determine what to offer our community, and we chase up when anyone tells us it has gone wrong. If you met the qualification criteria, I'm sure they will sort it out if you email, even if you cancelled.
MujahidulIslamPavel23/06/2020 12:06

I have got my £25 last time I signed up..they did at least 5-10 soft …I have got my £25 last time I signed up..they did at least 5-10 soft credit search on me .


So their "rewards" are going down?

Is this likely to be how this site will going now- teaming up with companies to offer "incentives" direct so they get the most money back? I'm curious to see
Thyme22/06/2020 18:07

It’s not whether you say so, it’s their business model and how they sur …It’s not whether you say so, it’s their business model and how they survive. Every successful claim comes directly out of their profits. Some insurers are better than others like with everything. Generally AXA, Churchill, Directline etc are more decent to deal with.


Claim costs don't come out of profits, they set aside an amount that they predict they will need to pay out for that year based on stats for previous years. So not exactly their business model
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Why was this removed from highlights then re-added again? So it will show up at the top no doubt...
mman200523/06/2020 12:56

Claim costs don't come out of profits, they set aside an amount that they …Claim costs don't come out of profits, they set aside an amount that they predict they will need to pay out for that year based on stats for previous years. So not exactly their business model


Exactly, thanks for clarifying my point - if those costs turn out to be lower they make more profit, if higher they make less profit
What happens if you go through TCB - £26.25 cashback
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£220 excess ouch!
Gave me a quote of £5.06 and then said unfortunately insurance isn’t available to me
Abbotsford23/06/2020 13:20

What happens if you go through TCB - £26.25 cashback


Probably won’t get the free stuff. Usually it’s either or.
deleted116305623/06/2020 13:04

Why was this removed from highlights then re-added again? So it will show …Why was this removed from highlights then re-added again? So it will show up at the top no doubt...


This was done by mistake. We do refresh deals that have long(ish) lifespans on highlights part-way through their run, and toward the end, but this time it was just an accidental click
Is this a con?
Thyme22/06/2020 18:07

It’s not whether you say so, it’s their business model and how they sur …It’s not whether you say so, it’s their business model and how they survive. Every successful claim comes directly out of their profits. Some insurers are better than others like with everything. Generally AXA, Churchill, Directline etc are more decent to deal with.


You might as well say amazon's business model is to take customer's money but not send the stuff because "every item they sell comes out of their profits".

The business model is to charge premiums that are high enough to cover the cost of the claims and make a healthy profit.

They won't pay out when their terms and conditions say they won't, but that's hardly unfair.
Peter_W23/06/2020 19:45

You might as well say amazon's business model is to take customer's money …You might as well say amazon's business model is to take customer's money but not send the stuff because "every item they sell comes out of their profits".The business model is to charge premiums that are high enough to cover the cost of the claims and make a healthy profit.They won't pay out when their terms and conditions say they won't, but that's hardly unfair.


That’s a very off comparison. I never said it was unfair, just stating the facts. Seems to have triggered all sorts this comment and it’s just a simple fact
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