AVIVA Car insurance Quidco Cashback increased to £100 (new customers)
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AVIVA Car insurance Quidco Cashback increased to £100 (new customers)

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Don't count on it! I've had £55 tracking for 6 months now!
Well, I tried and their quote is one of the best if not the best so I will probably go with them anyway, last time they paid me £70..
I got my £70 eventually. Still cheaper than most for the second year so I have stayed with them.
Good deal! But it'll probably be moved to misc as it's a cashback deal
Hmm, I re-quoted yesterday (pretending to be a new customer) and my quote was about £3 less than my renewal with them - with Quidco today the price is £50 higher (offsetting Quidco clearly).

Still cheaper than anyone else this year. I'm going to ring as you're supposed to save £20 if you renew online, so a phone call to see if they can match the price yesterday.
Edited by: "thelatics" 6th Mar
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Anything Quidco offers, TCB will march +5% under highest cashback guarantee
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Anything Quidco offers, TCB will march +5% under highest cashback guarantee


Really? Didn’t know of this - is that like a competitor price match thing going on here, but for cashback
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matwalaboy24 m ago

Really? Didn’t know of this - is that like a competitor price match thing g …Really? Didn’t know of this - is that like a competitor price match thing going on here, but for cashback


ongoing g'tee under Customer Care

same day uplift to Quidco + 5%
Usually go with Aviva but Halifax has been cheaper for me.
thelatics4 h, 4 m ago

Hmm, I re-quoted yesterday (pretending to be a new customer) and my quote …Hmm, I re-quoted yesterday (pretending to be a new customer) and my quote was about £3 less than my renewal with them - with Quidco today the price is £50 higher (offsetting Quidco clearly).Still cheaper than anyone else this year. I'm going to ring as you're supposed to save £20 if you renew online, so a phone call to see if they can match the price yesterday.


Have you downloaded the aviva drive app? I scored 8.8 and got my renewal of £640 down to £425 definitely worth giving the app a go for a discount. No one else could beat that price, cheapest elsewhere was £550
vicstar11551 m ago

Have you downloaded the aviva drive app? I scored 8.8 and got my renewal …Have you downloaded the aviva drive app? I scored 8.8 and got my renewal of £640 down to £425 definitely worth giving the app a go for a discount. No one else could beat that price, cheapest elsewhere was £550

Wasn't aware of the aviva drive app. Is that available once you have a policy, to apply at renewal? Or could you take the 'test' before buying your insurance? Thanks.
Brightsideoflife9 m ago

Wasn't aware of the aviva drive app. Is that available once you have a …Wasn't aware of the aviva drive app. Is that available once you have a policy, to apply at renewal? Or could you take the 'test' before buying your insurance? Thanks.


You don’t have to be a customer to have it just download it and you have to record 200 miles before you get a score. Best to put your phone in an old fashioned car phone holder as the more stable the phone is the more accurate your driving results will be. I managed to do mine in a week, but that was 120 miles to Hastings and back. Once you’ve done the test your score is valid for one year, so you could even do it 11 months before your renewal. Very easy to use and got my quote instantly. I found I lost stars on one journey I did because I drove in a straight line (stars are given for speed, braking, corners and overall driving) so a little annoyed I lost points for that.

If you do the test before buying you just give them your score and they’ll apply it to your quote and give you the discount
vicstar11513 m ago

You don’t have to be a customer to have it just download it and you h …You don’t have to be a customer to have it just download it and you have to record 200 miles before you get a score. Best to put your phone in an old fashioned car phone holder as the more stable the phone is the more accurate your driving results will be. I managed to do mine in a week, but that was 120 miles to Hastings and back. Once you’ve done the test your score is valid for one year, so you could even do it 11 months before your renewal. Very easy to use and got my quote instantly. I found I lost stars on one journey I did because I drove in a straight line (stars are given for speed, braking, corners and overall driving) so a little annoyed I lost points for that. If you do the test before buying you just give them your score and they’ll apply it to your quote and give you the discount


Thank you for getting back, really interesting. On the subject of quidco, presumably you couldn't go through quidco and get the driver app discount as well? I joined aviva a few months back so should give this a go ready for renewal. Wife's insurance is up for renewal so will mention all this to her. Thanks again.
I tried Aviva quotes and it was expensive, so had to go with Admiral - who were still expensive for my liking, but better than Aviva. Didn't know of the DriverApp through Aviva, will give that a go closer to renewal to see what it quotes me this time around.
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I had Aviva for about £450 for the year, then they wanted something like £1200 for renewal! That's with me scoring highly on their 'Aviva Drive' app. I had also moved to an area which every insurer gives significantly lower quotes for (I assume because it's considered a lower crime area), had 4 years no claims, no points and I've passed my IAM advanced test. If they had just crept it up by a few quid I might have stayed but that's just ridiculous. Obviously I went elsewhere (< £400 from LV).
I was with them 2 years ago and I wondering if they would consider me as new customer?
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