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AA breakdown cover £45 pa (£32 using TCB 27.5% off the black friday price)
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AA breakdown cover £45 pa (£32 using TCB 27.5% off the black friday price)

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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Was looking to get AA brakedown cover, just looked at topcashback and seen 27.5% off the price.

AA already have 1/3 off for back friday!

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t2
I was with the rac until recently when I phoned asking for assistance I wasnt asked if I was in a dangerous position or any standard questitons then I was told there was a 5 hrs waiting time so I phoned them back and told them not to bother logged onto my bank and cancelled the direct debit
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Not sure with modern vehicles, maintain it properly and can change a tyre there's really any need to have annual breakdown cover.

In the end, you can sign up at the side of the road if you do break down albeit you'll be charged a lot more. However, unless you're unlucky you'll still be quids in.

In fourteen years of driving old cars I've only ever needed the AA once. Paid £120 at the side of the road to a delighted patrol man who I guess gets commission on the sale. So it's cost me £8.50 a year. Obviously it's a gamble, but most people probably aren't motoring around in a 13 year old Nissan so the odds are stacked more in your favour than mine.

If you pay for breakdown membership you're mostly paying for the people who can't change a tyre or don't service their vehicle, replace batteries when they're obviously dying etc.

I still remember trying to help a lady who'd broken down. Engine sounded on it's knees. Asked when she'd last changed the oil - "Oh no, that's just a scam. I just add a bit more oil every year.". Dipstick confirmed her story... that she was a dipstick.
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Was cheaper last month
AA have parts and labour cover

RAC have key replace cover

Both have their perks, but RAC came out cheaper for me like for like
Ru4real03/12/2019 19:06

AA have parts and labour cover RAC have key replace coverBoth have their …AA have parts and labour cover RAC have key replace coverBoth have their perks, but RAC came out cheaper for me like for like


If they don't show up in time then it's not cheaper, see BBC watchdog
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 3rd Dec 2019
Cuddl3s03/12/2019 19:07

If they don't show up in time then it's not cheaper, see BBC watchdog


That’s with any company, I’ve used RAC just last week called them out came out to my yard (non priority) within 90mins
I had personal cover a month ago for £60 with everything in it apart from fix car at garage cover.
I think the cheapest basic cover is not included in cashback
Edited by: "Milki_bar_Kid" 3rd Dec 2019
Start rescue looks good value for money and pays 16.5:%tcb
t2
I was with the rac until recently when I phoned asking for assistance I wasnt asked if I was in a dangerous position or any standard questitons then I was told there was a 5 hrs waiting time so I phoned them back and told them not to bother logged onto my bank and cancelled the direct debit
what services are included with this package guys,,,,,?
tammyy03/12/2019 20:06

what services are included with this package guys,,,,,?


Basically just the repair of 1/4 away from home, if you want any what I would say are what should be the basic package then your looking at £89

Though I've just purchased at £89 has you should get 25% back through TCB so actually not to shabby =)
Edited by: "Rocknroiia" 3rd Dec 2019
Rocknroiia03/12/2019 20:15

Basically just the repair of 1/4 away from home, if you want any what I …Basically just the repair of 1/4 away from home, if you want any what I would say are what should be the basic package then your looking at £89Though I've just purchased at £89 has you should get 25% back through TCB so actually not to shabby =)


Thank you
Took me almost a year to get TCB to cough up almost a £100 I was due through an AA offer. Consequently I no longer use TCB. I would be very careful relying on this offer.
I've been waiting for over 2yrs for some cashback from Next via TCB. They have absolutely no teeth when it comes to actually getting you the money when website refuses and just fob you off again and again.
Ru4real03/12/2019 19:06

AA have parts and labour cover RAC have key replace coverBoth have their …AA have parts and labour cover RAC have key replace coverBoth have their perks, but RAC came out cheaper for me like for like


I left RAC for AA after I needed RAC for an emergency and was told I’d have to wait over an hour, it was -4 out and I had to rely on a friend to jumpstart my car, was very grateful for him
ThatRedHairedDude03/12/2019 21:46

I left RAC for AA after I needed RAC for an emergency and was told I’d h …I left RAC for AA after I needed RAC for an emergency and was told I’d have to wait over an hour, it was -4 out and I had to rely on a friend to jumpstart my car, was very grateful for him


Agree, RAC were awful. I broke down in France last year and they were a nightmare. They put me and my family up in an awful one star hotel without any meals, failed to provide any updates on the repair after nearly two days of being stranded we had to make our own way back to the UK and it took a further two weeks for me to get my car - but only when I travelled back to France to pick it up, otherwise it would have been another two weeks. No hire car provided in the meantime and me having to phone them for updates. Never again.
Iloveitcheapannasty03/12/2019 19:43

t2I was with the rac until recently when I phoned asking for assistance I …t2I was with the rac until recently when I phoned asking for assistance I wasnt asked if I was in a dangerous position or any standard questitons then I was told there was a 5 hrs waiting time so I phoned them back and told them not to bother logged onto my bank and cancelled the direct debit


Same here. Dumped them for groupon £17! Local company came within 30mins.
If you’re new to TCB using this link will get you a £5 Amazon voucher for signing up: Register for Free
My AutoAid breakdown has just finished. That was also a deal someone posted here (15 months for £48). So this £45 AA deal is good enough for me.
Milki_bar_Kid03/12/2019 19:27

I think the cheapest basic cover is not included in cashback


i agree, the basic cover where your vehicle is protected and you can only call out twice in a year does not qualify for TCB. it states this on the TCB t&c.
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deleted249798
Not sure with modern vehicles, maintain it properly and can change a tyre there's really any need to have annual breakdown cover.

In the end, you can sign up at the side of the road if you do break down albeit you'll be charged a lot more. However, unless you're unlucky you'll still be quids in.

In fourteen years of driving old cars I've only ever needed the AA once. Paid £120 at the side of the road to a delighted patrol man who I guess gets commission on the sale. So it's cost me £8.50 a year. Obviously it's a gamble, but most people probably aren't motoring around in a 13 year old Nissan so the odds are stacked more in your favour than mine.

If you pay for breakdown membership you're mostly paying for the people who can't change a tyre or don't service their vehicle, replace batteries when they're obviously dying etc.

I still remember trying to help a lady who'd broken down. Engine sounded on it's knees. Asked when she'd last changed the oil - "Oh no, that's just a scam. I just add a bit more oil every year.". Dipstick confirmed her story... that she was a dipstick.
"Not sure with modern vehicles, maintain it properly and can change a tyre there's really any need to have annual breakdown cover"


Tell that to modern Range Rover owners and BMW (break my wallet) owners!
aaronmcc03/12/2019 21:17

I've been waiting for over 2yrs for some cashback from Next via TCB. They …I've been waiting for over 2yrs for some cashback from Next via TCB. They have absolutely no teeth when it comes to actually getting you the money when website refuses and just fob you off again and again.


I'm having problems with Quidco paying out on a Curry's purchase,who declined it saying item was returned,which is a down right lie,so think both cashback sites have their problems,however TCB gave me 50% of owed cashback when Zeeme went bust whereas Quidco gave 0%.
I went for the full package including parts & labour cost me £181 pa, tcb tracked £61.08 paying £18 pm for the next 10 months ..so in total the complete package worked out £120 pwe year........Thanks op
tammyy04/12/2019 18:07

I went for the full package including parts & labour cost me £181 pa, tcb …I went for the full package including parts & labour cost me £181 pa, tcb tracked £61.08 paying £18 pm for the next 10 months ..so in total the complete package worked out £120 pwe year........Thanks op


It gave you a monthly option? Mine gives me a Direct Debit Yearly or Yearly by card but nothing monthly
aj8404/12/2019 23:43

It gave you a monthly option? Mine gives me a Direct Debit Yearly or …It gave you a monthly option? Mine gives me a Direct Debit Yearly or Yearly by card but nothing monthly


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