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Aviva Free Annual European Travel Insurance (existing customer deal)
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Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
It seems that Aviva are offering this to exisiting customers, looks like you have to call to get this though: "As a valued customer we’re delighted to offer you our standard annua… Read more

I've just claimed mine now. Didn't have to call anyone, all done online in about 5 minutes!

Thank you. I logged into my account and the offer was there.

direct.aviva.co.uk/MyP…io/

When you get to the end, select "Add extended stay cover " and 90 days. That is free for some reason although it is considered as "extra". My total came to £308.17 and it was all free.
I did not select any of the extras, which are listed below:

Add baggage cover £25

Add winter sports cover £115.99

Add airspace closure cover £47.52

Add travel disruption cover £34.57

Add extended stay cover £045 Days / 60 Days / 90 Days

All they ask “did you receive a email” just say yes..I got mine no problem..also you don’t have to start it on the day I have started mine on the December 17th as we tend to travel to Christmas markets in Europe around that time of year.

they are rubbish don't get any insurance with them. I just bought travel insurance with them this year. I have to cancel my flight for holiday because I cannot go due to health reason. I even got a doctor letter to say so. I submit my claim and they say I need a letter from my airline air Asia to say it is cannot and I did not get anything back. I used two airline an I managed to get one for one airline but not air Aisa as it is their policy not to do that in writing . it is their policy. because of that Aviva did not pay out anything at all to me. that is rubbish but the airline and the insurance company. never use them again for anything.

freebiehunter7th Nov

On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a …On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a cheaper insurance quote.. what a joke.. put my insurance quote up by over £100 ..also increased the cost of the protected no claims!

Aviva drive gave me 28% off.
My score was 8.2 as far as I remember.
Free annual European travel insurance (Existing Aviva customers only)
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
I'm am Aviva customer and received this by email today. Useful if you are aviva customer and travelling to Europe. UK holidays are also included as long as they include at least… Read more
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woodface721 h, 22 m ago

Seems you can do this easily online. I found their page offering this, but …Seems you can do this easily online. I found their page offering this, but only to holders of HOME insurance policies. Rats. We have motor. That (unless anyone here knows different) just gets you 20% off their pricey cover, according to the 'Thanks for renewing, sucker' email in May. www.aviva.co.uk/freetravelinsuranceoffer/form/free-travel-insurance-offer Terms: Are under 70 years of age.UK citizen. No convictions. Have not received advice, medication or treatment for any medical condition (diagnosed or undiagnosed!) in the last 12 months. 17 day max trip duration Are not aware of any reason why their trip could be cancelled/abandoned, eg illness of a non insured close relative. Have not made more than 2 travel claims in the last 3 years.


Just ring them. They can verify your details and confirm this.

Seems you can do this easily online. I found their page offering this, but only to holders of HOME insurance policies. Rats. We have motor. That (unless anyone here knows different) just gets you 20% off their pricey cover, according to the 'Thanks for renewing, sucker' email in May.

aviva.co.uk/fre…fer

Terms:
  • Are under 70 years of age.UK citizen. No convictions.
  • Have not received advice, medication or treatment for any medical condition (diagnosed or undiagnosed!) in the last 12 months.
  • 17 day max trip duration
  • Are not aware of any reason why their trip could be cancelled/abandoned, eg illness of a non insured close relative.
  • Have not made more than 2 travel claims in the last 3 years.

Just saved £85. Great

I had to pay an extra £6.32 to insure my bags against theft, loss etc, but still really good!

roshambo28th Sep

With an account that has a monthly fee?

No....with the flex account European is free....the flex PLUS has a fee but has worldwide insurance...
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£75 Amazon voucher for £25 @ Aviva.co.uk
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Found 23rd Nov 2015Found 23rd Nov 2015
Take out life insurance online for £5 a month. After 5 months you qualify for a £75 Amazon voucher. Life insurance can be cancelled at any time though don't take out finance.
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got my 75 amazon today ;o)

Made my 5th Aviva payment last Monday. Anyone know how long voucher takes from experience?

Thanks in advance.

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SuperDan

Just incase anybody ever links back to this thread for reference (as … Just incase anybody ever links back to this thread for reference (as these offers have already been repeated recently), I have today received my £75 Amazon vouchers from aviva, and have cancelled my policy with a 60second phone call. About a fortnight ago I received my £75 M&S voucher from Legal and General, and cancelled my policy with them by email (followed by a signed freepost letter that I needed to return to them within fourteen days).Total outgoings: Aviva: £5 x Dec-Apr = £25L&G: £6 x Dec-Mar = £24Both deals generated the vouchers that they were supposed to, at the time that they were supposed to, and the entire procedure was very easy.Slightly more effort for the L&G one, they needed documents posting both in opening and closing the policy but all still very easy; all communication with Aviva was electronic.This is absolutely an easy way to make over £100 of free money. It's worth keeping an eye out for these offers coming back, and noting that the L&G one can be done twice per household!



Good to hear it worked

Hope mine will arrive any day now :-)

Mine arrived today!
Two exclusive cases of wine for better than half price £84.98 - Aviva Naked Wines offer
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Found 8th Oct 2015Found 8th Oct 2015
I found this in my Aviva Advantages as a pensions customer. The best thing as an existing Naked Wines customer is that you can also use these Aviva codes £49.99 for 12 bottles an… Read more

Its also very specific, only for Aviva pensions customers??

I used to buy lots form Naked Wines, but not any more, I found them very overpriced, but deals like this are good value, if you value all the wine in them

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brooky_agn

Personally for me the selections are too wide. 1/2 this wine I wouldn't … Personally for me the selections are too wide. 1/2 this wine I wouldn't want to drink. You get what you pay for and I doubt any of this wine is any better than similar individual priced bottles in the supermarket. I'd rather choose £6 bottles I know I like for Asda like the Marlborough Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs and Malbecs.



Well I suppose you could look at it like that, or experiment and widen your horizons with something new, something supporting small independent winemakers, not Supermarket shareholders and all backed by Naked 100% satisfaction guarantee- money back if you don't enjoy.

I don't want to lecture people so sorry about the high horse but I did used to buy all my wine from the supermarkets, however when I took Naked up on a discount offer I haven't looked back since.

Personally for me the selections are too wide. 1/2 this wine I wouldn't want to drink. You get what you pay for and I doubt any of this wine is any better than similar individual priced bottles in the supermarket. I'd rather choose £6 bottles I know I like for Asda like the Marlborough Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs and Malbecs.

Sorry! I agree they are good deals and, from experience, the wines are top quality......but I can't see the codes. I also think 'naked' induces the same kind of cold votes on here as when someone mentions 'Apple' - they vote cold because of the brand, regardless of the deal!! Heat added

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FREE parent life cover with Aviva if your child is under 5
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Found 16th Sep 2015Found 16th Sep 2015
1 year free life insurance for parents of child under 5 (register before child's 4th birthday). Worth £15,000 per parent.
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I have an aviva life policy, it was less than half the price by going through a broker than direct with aviva. Cavendish online was the cheapest broker for me, also got separate policies for myself and wife, rather than a joint one that only pays out once for an extra £2 a month compared with the joint policy. £15K cover much these days.

Free is good but you are going to feel pressured in a year when they ask you to pay to continue. Make sure you spend that year checking out alternatives rather than just carrying on with them.

A sneaky way of harvesting the entire families details!

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FREE Aviva parent life cover for £15000
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apologies if this has already been posted (i did search and only thread that showed was a year old) Aviva are giving away 12 months of free parent life cover of £15000, bit of … Read more

There are several policies out there. I've checked mine, and I had a free Tesco life insurance (£10,000 pp) on both on us after 2nd child birth:
tescobank.com/ins…tml

If you were to play the system, you could quite easily cover both parents for the first 5 years (keep the L&G one until child aged 4)

gemlouj

thats cool, could you have both policies at the same time? would work out … thats cool, could you have both policies at the same time? would work out to 60k for two parents if the worst was to happen


Probably better to do Aviva one year, then when it expires, switch to L&G.
24 months cover is probably better than twice the amount for 12 months.

(You can't repeatedly apply as the T&Cs state: You must not already have Aviva's Free Parent Life Cover or have previously held cover from Aviva Life & Pensions UK Ltd in respect of the same child.)
Actually this sounds like those with two young children, or thinking of going again, could reapply with the second child.
Edited by: "lanc1979" 13th Jun 2015

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thats cool, could you have both policies at the same time? would work out to 60k for two parents if the worst was to happen

Legal and general do the same but with children up to 5 years old, this is only up to 4 years old.
legalandgeneral.com/lif…er/

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hi sorry, first post and think i hit the wrong button, could mods move if in the wrong area although may be useful for parents looking under deals for kids

looking at last post i found the last time it came up it was for £10k so theyve upped it a bit,
Northampton Saints v Saracens and Wasps v Leicester Tigers Ticket Giveaway via Aviva
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Found 4th Apr 2015Found 4th Apr 2015
Just got an email for this: There is an allocation of 3,700 (three thousand seven hundred) tickets for the Northampton Saints match and 1,400 (one thousand, four hundred) tickets … Read more

mangomonkey

Thanks for your helpful comment but I really can't afford the minimum of … Thanks for your helpful comment but I really can't afford the minimum of £50-60 it will cost for two tickets at the moment. If no-body can spare their code then that's fine but there is no harm in asking as there may be somebody here that doesn't want to go or can't make the dates.



Before dishing out the sarcasm, maybe you should make sure you have your facts straight.

I mean surely as someone who really wants to go to the game, the very first thing you would have done is check ticket prices. And by doing so you would have found out that Wasps have set their Adult match ticket prices at £15 this season. With prices for kids, young adults, and seniors, about half that price.

If you can't afford £15 for a ticket, then my guess is you wouldn't be able to go with a free ticket either, as how could you possibly afford the travel costs to get there?

napolimp

Don't you think everyone who wants to go would like a free ticket?Why … Don't you think everyone who wants to go would like a free ticket?Why don't you stop being cheap and just buy a ticket, they're incredibly good value for top level premiership rugby.



Thanks for your helpful comment but I really can't afford the minimum of £50-60 it will cost for two tickets at the moment. If no-body can spare their code then that's fine but there is no harm in asking as there may be somebody here that doesn't want to go or can't make the dates.

mangomonkey

Yep thats the one I am looking for a code for.



Don't you think everyone who wants to go would like a free ticket?

Why don't you stop being cheap and just buy a ticket, they're incredibly good value for top level premiership rugby.

tomhyoung

Wasps Tigers


Yep thats the one I am looking for a code for.

Wasps Tigers
Aviva annual boiler cover £2/month
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aviva are offering a years boiler cover with a free annual boiler service for £2/month,this is an introductory price and will increase after the first years cover ,there is a £95 e… Read more
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urinthematrix

Are you using swinton? Do they cover boiler too under this cover?Thanks



Yea, it's called home emergency cover for £6.99 a month , completely different service to normal insurance .
Just google it

sofiasar

excess is too high. to service a boiler it's £60 . use swinton home … excess is too high. to service a boiler it's £60 . use swinton home emergency cover for £4.99


Are you using swinton? Do they cover boiler too under this cover?
Thanks

Ralph888

Policy cover provided by Homeserve, shame if Aviva had started their own … Policy cover provided by Homeserve, shame if Aviva had started their own scheme I would have been interested but farming it out to Homeserve is a deffo no!


I totally agree ! They are only acting as brokers.

poisondwarf

Some boiler manufacturers now offer a 10 year warranty



Even better. I think it's far better to go for a free warranty rather than pay for insurance cover.

vincie

Mark, which would you recommend with a 7 year guarantee?TIA



I bought a Baxi combi which came with a 7 year guarantee, valid so long as it is serviced every year. I paid a local company £2K to replace my old water tank system with that, a price which was less than half British Gas's quote!
Its Back! Hot Drink Mondays - Free Cafe Nero Drink Every Monday for Aviva Customers (Downloading The Aviva App)
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Found 27th Jan 2015Found 27th Jan 2015
Due to its success last year, they've now relaunched the "Hot Drink Mondays" for Aviva Customers until the end of the year! Terms & Conditions This offer is only available to … Read more
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If anyone here is with Aviva, they are giving away tickets to the rugby. Anyone here with Aviva that doesn't want their code? Would really appreciate your code as I am not with Aviva. Please feel free to send me a message. Willing to beg

well a reminder was nice as I missed it, thanks

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manicmidlander

already posted a few weeks ago.



Posted 3 months ago for when they initially launched it (ended at the end of December 2014)

Now they've announced its back for 2015.

manicmidlander

Don't count on waitrose free coffee lasting much longer



I never count my beans before they brew

Don't count on waitrose free coffee lasting much longer
Coffee / Tea / Hot Chocolate free every Monday in 2015 at Caffè Nero with MyAviva app
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Found 4th Jan 2015Found 4th Jan 2015
Download and register for the new MyAviva app through the MyAviva portal and you'll get a new voucher code when you click through every Monday to indulge in a lovely hot drink on u… Read more

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Works for the Grande sized drinks as well!

elvistheelf

I got really excited then realised im with axa not aviva


me too!!!

cold, misleading title

No good for me since left Aviva last year for Hastings Direct. Loyalty doesn't pay much these days unless you're a new customer. Highly doubt 41,000 free hot drinks will last end of the year unless Aviva decides to extend it periodically. Better off with O2 Priority imo.
Aviva Car Insurance 30 % off (& £70 cashback with quidco
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January saver - save up to 30% online** (usually 20%) with 5 Star car insurance from £185* + £70 cashback

Just to add my experience. I used all the comparison sites, they gave me quotes around £400-£500 with really crappy small name insurers.

I tried aviva, and my quote came to £360! This could be because I was an existing Aviva customer (discount added automatically during quote). But I thought it was a bargain!

I was insuring a Volkswagen Up, with 1 year NCD, street parking, 5000 miles a year, and with a second driver with just a provisional license.

My Aviva quote is £500 cheaper than anywhere else, and im using an international license. Curious how you know the 30% discount was added? Also how do you go through quidco?

mujh92

I think you will find every Insurance have that sort of attitude when it … I think you will find every Insurance have that sort of attitude when it comes to paying out. Must read all policy documents when a claim is denied.

no my friend, my mum died the day before travelling she was booked to travel they refused to honour claim ombudsman overturned aviva are heartless and do business with them at your peril

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Gunshow

'Every insurer has their view of the ideal customer e.g someone who can … 'Every insurer has their view of the ideal customer e.g someone who can make them money so those that complain about the price....you're not it lol'I could not have put it any better whitehawk.Think I missed that one ashraf! There are so many tips and tricks out there!



Yup there are my quote is always around 900-1000 mark even with 10 years no claims but add my old man it drops to £695, still pricy but that's why I need to leave London to Bournemouth

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'Every insurer has their view of the ideal customer e.g someone who can make them money so those that complain about the price....you're not it lol'

I could not have put it any better whitehawk.

Think I missed that one ashraf! There are so many tips and tricks out there!
Free regular hot drink every Monday from Caffè Nero @ Aviva App
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Download and register on the new MyAviva app to claim your free regular hot drink every Monday from Caffè Nero. Offer ends 31 December 2014 or when our 41,000 free hot drinks have … Read more

If anyone here is with Aviva, they are giving away tickets to the rugby. Anyone here with Aviva that doesn't want their code? Would really appreciate your code as I am not with Aviva. Please feel free to send me a message. Willing to beg

General consensus is that Caffe Nero do the best coffee out of the 'chains',Costa = moderate,Starbucks = worse.
Worth ordering an Espresso and giving it a go,or use o2 Priority Moments on Tuesdays if not with Aviva.

Sigh. At least it doesn't involve the infamous tax evading Starbucks.

FatherTed

Who cares? Free coffee! hot.



Who cares? You might when you find that the NHS isn't there for you when you need it - thanks to taxes supposed to be funding it not being paid by companies like Starbucks, Google, Boots etc.. Or when university tuition fees costs rise again for the same reason.

biggrub

Aren't these the swines who don't pay tax in the UK?If so, they are … Aren't these the swines who don't pay tax in the UK?If so, they are obviously trying to bribe customers.Support businesses who do pay taxes!!



Who cares? Free coffee! hot.
Aviva Home Insurance £107 plus  £42 from Top Cashback Net cost £65.
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Found 25th Jun 2014Found 25th Jun 2014
Took out a policy with Aviva, one of the top insurers worldwide, - £107 premium for unlimited buildings cover and £100,000 contents cover. Got £42 from Top Cashback! Net cost is … Read more

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews66771.htm

Nuf said, the real Aviva.

Aviva is rated 5* in the "defaqto" so it is a reliable insurer.

But I do not think their quotation is competitive
I have done comparison for home insurance (building+content) of my house in London
The comparison before Cashback
Aviva : £289.00 (Quidco £40)
Tesco Value : £186.32 (no cash back AFAIK)
Halifax : £220.84 (Halifax:£50 guaranteed + Quidco £50)

If taking guaranteed cashback into consideration, The winner is Halifax there is where I will be heading. With Quidco the saving is even more. all of the above insurer are rated 5* by "defaqto" as well.

Edited by: "pantaiema" 10th Aug 2014

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valerydarcy - if its not a deal why have over 30 people voted it hot and why don't HUKD take it off?

this is not a deal- this is utter bullsh*t...

RayB

I am surprised to find some uninformed and shortsighted comments about my … I am surprised to find some uninformed and shortsighted comments about my OP.There are 3 deals here tehwabbit - one is that Aviva gave me a very low quote compared to all my other quotes, so other people should also be able to get low quotes from Aviva. While my quote is specific to me, punkrjb and jase.2, there is the obvious implication for other people. Perhaps jase.2 does not think the cashback is a deal either - maybe because it is specific to home insurance? The 2nd deal is the cashback; I don't see how Frevrod could get cashback twice without paying the premium twice, once via TC and once via Quidco?! Perhaps you could explain so everyone will know how to do it?The 3rd deal is about the best credit cards to use abroad.As amsi19800 pointed out, some factors are variable, such as the area you live - I live in Caerphilly, South Wales. So if you don't live in Caerphilly, you are likely to get a different quote e.g. if you live in London, clearly the premium is going to be higher. But it should, in theory, still be lower than comparable quotes. I say in theory because in practice this may not ALWAYS be the case but on the other hand it may be, sometimes at least. I did not take any add-ons either, so if anyone did, then of course their premium will be higher e.g. cover for accidental damage, legal expenses, home emergency breakdown. You have to compare like with like!


Not a deal though, I renewed mine with LG 2 days ago, got £60 cashback and they weren't even the cheapest - I opted for additional cover.
Aviva were about £5 a month more for me, and as I said, insurance varies from person to person.
Free Nero Coffee for Aviva Customers using their MyAviva app
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Found 25th Jun 2014Found 25th Jun 2014
If you are a Aviva customer download their MyAviva app + login in and get a free Cafe Nero coffee. Offer closes once all 42,000 codes have been redeemed or 31 July 2014. Happy Dr… Read more

Agreed madcal, App works and had a free Americano this morning. Thanks :-)

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Thanks - I might get the app...

BTW, I think what makes it a valid freebie is it's a perk of being a customer, rather than an incentive to buying their product.

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sherbert11

This is not a real freebie because you first have to become their … This is not a real freebie because you first have to become their customer, so cold from me



Please vote the same for any future O2 priority moment "freebie"

This is not a real freebie because you first have to become their customer, so cold from me

I would rather pay double the price than be an Aviva customer. 4 years after losing my business and home from a break in and fire, they are still arguing about paying out.
free 10k life insurance for new parents until the baby is 1 year old at Aviva
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free 10k life insurance for new parents until the baby is 1 year old Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

pasheast

So you didn't bother to check if this had already been posted, … So you didn't bother to check if this had already been posted, then?http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/new-parent-free-life-cover-10k-aviva-1896572



That's not very nice. The search feature often brings up random results. Not the end of the world is it.

So you didn't bother to check if this had already been posted, then?
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New Parent Free Life Cover 10k at Aviva
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For new parents of kids under 1 £10,000 of free life cover for each parent from the day you apply until your baby's first birthday. That could mean £20,000 to protect your family… Read more

rodrigobr

Why is this cold?



Because it is -

a. Pointless. If you have a new child and are considering what would happen if one parent died, then £10k is far far too little.
b. You have now given all your details to Aviva, so you will be inundated with their efforts to up-sell you to something sensible.
c. As has been already pointed out, if you need such cover there are much cheaper places to get exactly the same cover (I second the recommendation for Cavendish).
Edited by: "Altarf" 12th May 2014

Why is this cold?

If you shop around you can get decent cover for very little, my wife and I have seperate polices £350K for a total of £50 a month upto our 69th birthday - 30+ year policies . Brokers cavendish had the best prices and don't take commission just charge £35 per policy. Seperate polices were only a few quid more that a joint one that only pays out once.

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Please add to freebies
FREE tickets for Premiership Rugby @ Aviva (Current customers check your e-mails!)
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We’d like to invite you to join us at the home of English Rugby, Twickenham Stadium to see this year’s Stinger match. London Wasps will take on Gloucester Rugby on the 19 April 201… Read more
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Any codes available-my 5 year was let down to see Saracens and harlequins today so would be great to take him to this

Hi, if anyone has an unwanted code it would be much appreciated, my son has just started playing rugby at school, would be nice for him to see a real game, many thanks.

Hi Jackie, I would be interested in the unused code if you still have it and will nto be using

Dave


jackie1969uk

i have an unused code if anyone needs one


Edited by: "dave279" 12th Mar 2014

i have an unused code if anyone needs one

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stanny08

Hi, I can't seem to find the link on the website.



Hi, this is an exclusive offer for Aviva customers (I have car insurance with them) in which they give you a link and a single use code to redeem the free tickets. Hope this helps
£89 half price golf for 15 months for £25 for Aviva customers
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hpe this is in the right section. I am an Aviva customer and have just got half price 15months for £25 (RRP £89) loads of locations up and down the country and worldwide. Buy the c… Read more
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DoINeedIt

Don't know why I bother. I am surprised this site still exists with … Don't know why I bother. I am surprised this site still exists with mostly negative comments. I suppose unless you post an XBOX ONE, TV or blu-ray you got no chance of heat


WOOP WOOP WOOP....ALERT....TOYS HAVE HIT ANOTHER DEAL...ALERT

However on a more serious note, no, its not all about xbox's and ps4's, plenty of other actual deals that people have voted hot for what they are.

when some1 makes a post that barclay's card balance transfer 2.5% for 18months u vote hot. but if its a half price for xx aviva customers, u vote cold. what a fake ppl.
hot from me.

DoINeedIt

Don't know why I bother. I am surprised this site still exists with … Don't know why I bother. I am surprised this site still exists with mostly negative comments. I suppose unless you post an XBOX ONE, TV or blu-ray you got no chance of heat



Toys out of the pram alert........

It's not that much of a deal really. You can frequently pick up open fairways, greenfree etc deals at this price without the hassle of joining someone like Aviva (who I wouldn't touch with a bargepole in any case).

Buying greenfree vouchers as and when you need them on Ebay is always a good idea.

Sorry, cold from me.

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Don't know why I bother. I am surprised this site still exists with mostly negative comments. I suppose unless you post an XBOX ONE, TV or blu-ray you got no chance of heat
Aviva to donate £1 for tweets containing #Take5
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As we're all very social I'd like to promote this of aviva. You just need to retweet and tweet as many twitter messages with the #Take5 in them. Lots of Norwich City FC players an… Read more

Rest assured with Mr Fry's twitter might the 100k will be reached in no time at all.

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angst

more of my info they can end up giving away to spam callers



im not sure what spam callers would do with your twitter id ???

aviva have done this before last year, it raises a nice sum of money for just 2 minutes of your time.

more of my info they can end up giving away to spam callers
FREE new parent life cover with Aviva
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Aviva are offering £10,000 of free new parent life cover for each parent (£20,000 in total). Cover lasts from the day your child is born up until their first birthday. Not someth… Read more
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reakt , nice bit of trolling thought genuine seems not your just an idiot so go do one you ****

smp

dead right victory is mine and another kick in the aviva nuts with very … dead right victory is mine and another kick in the aviva nuts with very post from this crap company minus and a reminder why they are crap


My point was that you sound like a big baby.

reakt

dead right victory is mine and another kick in the aviva nuts with very post from this crap company minus and a reminder why they are crap

When a company like Aviva is offering you something for nothing......you better read every line of that fine print.

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Wow some people are hard to please!

I actually came across it when increasing my life cover. I thought it was a good deal considering its free. £10k isn't much but considering its free it's better than nothing.

Many moons ago I worked for Aviva (NU) as it was then and I saw plenty of claims get paid out. Generally if you don't disclose something they won't pay out but surely that's just common sense right?!