AXA Landlord Insurance £110 quidco £90 potentially £20 1st year
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AXA Landlord Insurance £110 quidco £90 potentially £20 1st year

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Found 31st Oct 2016
Took a Landlord insurance for £110 with AXA and quidco gives £90 cashback so effectively one year worth of cover £20

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Looks good, will check it out.

Got this last week, very nice find!

balls, just renewed with direct line, excellent find, alositha!

Great find

boostii

balls, just renewed with direct line, excellent find, alositha!



​you could be in your cooling off period.

I took quote me happy and switches to axa after a week or so

Hot will definitely look into this.

Link goes direct to AXA website , you wouldn't get cashback that way surely ?
You must go to Quidco and log in there then follow a link from there so the cashback tracks and gets paid .

I've bought AXA through quidco, similar £90 on 6 Aug 2016. Up to now, it's still on 'tracked' and not being paid yet.

excellent... i'll check it out. Four months in to my current policy but not claimed so should be worth cancelling and getting a partial refund.

I don't trust quidco with offers like this.
Tracked and unpaid many times.
Topcashback is more reliable for me

Superb find!

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sunil237

​you could be in your cooling off period.I took quote me happy and s … ​you could be in your cooling off period.I took quote me happy and switches to axa after a week or so


even if you are not in cooling off period, you could be able to cancel it without any panelties I think

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mayzi

I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many … I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many times. Topcashback is more reliable for me


I have the same experience but other way around. Quidco is more reliable in my opinion.

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pikacu

I've bought AXA through quidco, similar £90 on 6 Aug 2016. Up to now, … I've bought AXA through quidco, similar £90 on 6 Aug 2016. Up to now, it's still on 'tracked' and not being paid yet.


I bought one AXA back in May 2015 and got paid in November 2015. They are slow

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yorkypikey

Link goes direct to AXA website , you wouldn't get cashback that way … Link goes direct to AXA website , you wouldn't get cashback that way surely ?You must go to Quidco and log in there then follow a link from there so the cashback tracks and gets paid .


Link changed to quidco but dont know that is the correct thing to do.

alositha

I have the same experience but other way around. Quidco is more reliable … I have the same experience but other way around. Quidco is more reliable in my opinion.



6 of one... I should try out quidco again

Wrong title. Potentially 20£ FIRST year, not per year.

my purchase was in July, my estimated payment date is 10 Nov. still only "tracked". hopefully they pay out.

tbh it's worth a shot, as it's one of the cheapest without cash back anyway.

mayzi

I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many … I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many times. Topcashback is more reliable for me



​I guess that's just luck. I've always found QuidCo much more reliable, TCB have denied loads of cashback I was entitled too

I purchased in Feb, they did eventually pay in October

mayzi

I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many … I don't trust quidco with offers like this. Tracked and unpaid many times. Topcashback is more reliable for me



Lol, people can't even log onto Topcashback these past few weeks, let alone get as far as having a deal tracked.

last time my Quidco decline be careful

If your over 50 have a look at saga landlord insurance too

I use AXA for my landlord insurance, but I'd better find out what Quidco is for next year's renewal (no need to explain, I'll do a Google search).
Thank you for the information OP.

£94.50 cashback on Topcashback

I just renewed my policy last night, but think I'll cancel it and go for this instead!
Edited by: "Narcotix" 1st Nov 2016

This is a good deal, but only if Quidco pay out. I had to raise a claim with them for pet insurance purchased January 2016, it's been successful but I'm still waiting for the cashback.

Mine need renewing in December. Can i do this now to activate in December?

Thanks for this.

I got quoted £110 and my renewal quote was £220 so if cashback goes through I've effectively saved £200.

Is landlord insurance really necessary? Anyone here claimed for anything?

endothecat

Is landlord insurance really necessary? Anyone here claimed for anything?



​Should the worst happen and you haven't insured your landlord, there'll be nobody to put your rent up and ignore your maintenance requests.

did this last year, eventually quidco paid. wouldn't trust top cash back

Just cancelled my renewal and signed up with AXA.

Quote came in at £121.65 and Topcashback tracked at £94.50!

Just saved myself £132.45 off my renewal!

Thanks OP

Fantastic deal with the cashback. For what it's worth I've also found topcashback to be more reliable than Quidco.

Got a quick quote for exactly the same cover as I have with my current insurer and it is on a par price-wise but Axa is double the cashback. Shame I can't make use of it myself as I am only a third of the way through my current policy.

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Robbo11

Got a quick quote for exactly the same cover as I have with my current … Got a quick quote for exactly the same cover as I have with my current insurer and it is on a par price-wise but Axa is double the cashback. Shame I can't make use of it myself as I am only a third of the way through my current policy.


you should consider cancelling the current policy and taking a new one with AXA. Say if you are paying monthly with a quote of £110 you pay £10 a month and you have paid £40 sofar and you have £45 cashback so why not cancel. Even if you dont have the cashback yet may be still worth cancelling as this would cost so little after cashback. That's how I think.

endothecat

Is landlord insurance really necessary? Anyone here claimed for anything?



It is if you own and let a property and don't want to be potentially ruined in the event of a castastrophe happening to it for the sake of saving a few quid a year. It's for peace of mind and just blatantly sensible when you own a valuable asset. I haven't needed to claim for anything yet but I wouldn't sleep well at night if I didn't have the insurance. Would you risk not having buildings insurance for your own home ? I doubt it and Landlords insurance is no different to that, except Landlords don't live in the property.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 1st Nov 2016

alositha

you should consider cancelling the current policy and taking a new one … you should consider cancelling the current policy and taking a new one with AXA. Say if you are paying monthly with a quote of £110 you pay £10 a month and you have paid £40 sofar and you have £45 cashback so why not cancel. Even if you dont have the cashback yet may be still worth cancelling as this would cost so little after cashback. That's how I think.



I pay the insurance annually and there is a policy cancellation fee that would wipe out most of the £45 saving so not worth it for me.

endothecat

Is landlord insurance really necessary? Anyone here claimed for anything?


You need buildings insurance anyway.

This lists what you get:
axa.co.uk/ins…ce/

Anyone know if this can be used on multiple properties?

moonpie

This is a good deal, but only if Quidco pay out. I had to raise a claim … This is a good deal, but only if Quidco pay out. I had to raise a claim with them for pet insurance purchased January 2016, it's been successful but I'm still waiting for the cashback.


The Pet insurance won't have been with AXA, they don't provide that cover!!
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