Buy car insurance through Confused.com and receive £20 worth of Texaco fuel for FREE
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Buy car insurance through Confused.com and receive £20 worth of Texaco fuel for FREE

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Expires on 31/05/2019Found 7th Apr
I did this last time the offer was on, and my voucher took a few days to come through, can spend the £20 on fuel or anything in the shop.

Also confused beat other sites at the time I was searching.

Offer ends 31 May 2019
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HOOPS TO GO THROUGH!Get a quote for a single annual car insurance policy through Confused.comBuy a single annual car insurance policy from the quotes obtained from Confused.com.
Log into your Confused.com account and select Fuel Reward. Complete the application using the quote linked to your purchase (must apply for voucher within 30 days of running the quote linked to your purchase).
Once we've verified your application, we'll send you an email containing a voucher code and link to Texaco Star Rewards
Complete your Texaco Star Rewards registration, verify your account and your voucher will be sent to you in the post within ten working days.
Save £20 on fuel by using your voucher at any Texaco station.
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Nothing is ever free,
though to you it be.
Somewhere, somehow,
someone paid.
Texaco? Can't remember the last time I saw one of them.
Using cashback sites will get you better deals than this. Get your quotes through a (or preferably multiple) comparison site and then see which of the cheapest quotes has the best cashback offer on Quidco or topcashback and go to the insurer direct. If you really must go through confused.com direct then topcashback even offer £30 cash for a confirmed policy which beats this deal.
Edited by: "MrWani" 7th Apr
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Receive for free..? so iys not free if its cost me..
Can't find an active Texaco station near me. 2 near me have becomes car washes since many years, can still see the Texaco logo.
Another 1 has recently converted to a Co-Op fuel station.
Sprograt7th Apr

My Hyundai i30N only £289 a year fully comprehensive with Quote Me Happy.


try speaking to someone from QMH though.
*spends £21 on fuel looking for Texaco garage*
Very cold. Awful quotes.....and it’s not 1995......the last time I saw a Texaco garage, when I was too young to drive anyway.
Guys use Topcashback because you get £30! I did it last time, sure it took around 2 months but a free £30 to my bank for clicking a link? Then you get this £20 petrol too.
Yes please.
Edited by: "Dillz_" 15th Apr
Did this last year never got the voucher, despite emailing them. So a negative from me!!
To echo what a few people have said above, I work in the insurance industry and we have dealings with Confused.com and most of the other price comparison sites.

You will save a lot more than £20 by just going direct to whoever comes up as the cheapest insurer in their search, rather than clicking through from the confused.com website. Insurers are very coy about revealing how much they pay to who in commission for sales to these sites, but a few years ago the Co op openly declared their average payment was £60 in a bid to make it more honest.

Also be aware the comparison sites will promote the deals where they get the most kick back so, always look for the "show me all the results" tiny tick box or equivalent. Don't forget that, in Confused.com's case, they are owned by the Admiral Insurance group which includes Elephant and Diamond and, whilst they state they are impartial and independent, there is obviously going to be some differences in how they deal with these "internal" companies, so that may affect the results they show you.
I found confused.com considerably more than Comparethemarket in recent quotes, so I'd be wary of the £20 as i saved more than double that by not using them..
be warned, they will find any way they can to not pay.
a recent experience varied massively for me :
Comparethemarket bought quotes in at around £520 for my partner (car is irrelevant).
A direct quote with the cheapest was then £570 (so more!)
A TCB quote with the same company came in at £670
A more expensive provider that quoted £550 on Comparethemarket had a £50 cashback offer on TCB, so did a quote via TCB with them, and it still was £550, so went with that, and the cashback tracked.

For years it's been easy to get a good deal with TCB etc, now it's back to the challenging days of typing your details in a billion times on different providers to get a good deal.

Also, remember that cheapest isn't always best. You only know how good your insurer is in the event of a claim. I will never use elephant again even if they were free, after admitting liability on my behalf for a non fault claim, which after a lengthy legal battle weighed in my favour eventually.

P.S - always remember - AVIVA, Direct Line and some others aren't on comparison sites, and offer decent cashback.
My policy is with aviva, and after using their "drive" app, it dropped by £200.
balsingh4587th Apr

Texaco? Can't remember the last time I saw one of them.


Crazy expensive around here. I go to supermarket and it's at least 20p cheaper
Just saved £100 and an extra £20 of petrol lots of heat on this one<3
spongebob19134 h, 9 m ago

a recent experience varied massively for me :Comparethemarket bought …a recent experience varied massively for me :Comparethemarket bought quotes in at around £520 for my partner (car is irrelevant).A direct quote with the cheapest was then £570 (so more!)A TCB quote with the same company came in at £670A more expensive provider that quoted £550 on Comparethemarket had a £50 cashback offer on TCB, so did a quote via TCB with them, and it still was £550, so went with that, and the cashback tracked.For years it's been easy to get a good deal with TCB etc, now it's back to the challenging days of typing your details in a billion times on different providers to get a good deal.Also, remember that cheapest isn't always best. You only know how good your insurer is in the event of a claim. I will never use elephant again even if they were free, after admitting liability on my behalf for a non fault claim, which after a lengthy legal battle weighed in my favour eventually. P.S - always remember - AVIVA, Direct Line and some others aren't on comparison sites, and offer decent cashback. My policy is with aviva, and after using their "drive" app, it dropped by £200.


Get another 20% extra off with aviva for having other products with them like home insurance or a stocks an shares Isa (looks like £50 minimum for that).
my insurance quote was about £48 more on confused from admiral than comparethemeerkat.com
rudie1117th Apr

Check the quote with and without cashback. I did this last time and quote …Check the quote with and without cashback. I did this last time and quote went up by approx the same as cashback amount


me too
10 days, nope got this back from confused.com



Hi ,

Thank you for applying for your £20 fuel reward.

We'll now verify your purchase and send you an email with everything you need to redeem your reward.

Please note, as we have to verify your purchase with your provider, this may take up to 90 days. Rest assured we'll aim to do this as quickly as possible.


car insurance is so expensive specially in London, we only use car for like 30 minutes in a week, and that is only for going to Asda, and we are paying £1900 yr insurance, we are looking to sell car and using taxis which is more cheaper.
oldsystem11 h, 59 m ago

Get another 20% extra off with aviva for having other products with them …Get another 20% extra off with aviva for having other products with them like home insurance or a stocks an shares Isa (looks like £50 minimum for that).


Aviva wanted 980 quid for a second car, admiral charged me 330. Never again. The sales rep was shocked when I declined his offer, "but it's a good deal it's fully comp!" Can't wait to change provider at renewal time for my main car.
1duck2 h, 52 m ago

Aviva wanted 980 quid for a second car, admiral charged me 330. Never …Aviva wanted 980 quid for a second car, admiral charged me 330. Never again. The sales rep was shocked when I declined his offer, "but it's a good deal it's fully comp!" Can't wait to change provider at renewal time for my main car.


anyone who doesn't change annually is most likely gifting money to insurers anyway. Havning had both Elephant (admiral) and Aviva deal with non fault claims I've had, Aviva were leaps and bounds above Admiral.

Worth bearing that in mind.
Make sure you check all the details that these comparison sites autofill for you once they transfer you to the insurers own site.

Had it put incorrect info in on nearly every occasion when you go back through the quote. Usually because the questions the comparison sites ask don't quite match the wording of the insurer. Nothing major but worth double checking, has also reduced the quote before as well.
I tried direct-line and found it much cheaper than any other comparison page. Not voting as some might still get it cheaper.
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