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Get £20 gift card, buying an AA breakdown cover for £39 , new customers only
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Get £20 gift card, buying an AA breakdown cover for £39 , new customers only

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Posted 29th Oct 2019

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Buy a breakdown cover from £39
you will get £20 gift card from boots. m&s, john lewis, etc.
So if you only have your car and that is the only one you drive just go for the vehicle cover, the rest will keep the same.
So at the end you are paying £19 for 1 year for breakdown cover.
Only for new customer on AA.
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This is brilliant! If you combine the 40% topcashback... well done op
cheers op ....perfect time
I got this through the post today trying to get me to sign up again as mine expired a few months ago. Great deal.
Price is £39... Not £19. Please correct. .
Edited by: "Turret" 29th Oct 2019
Turret29/10/2019 21:35

Price is £39... Not £19. Please correct. .


Get a £20 gift card of your choice when you buy UK breakdown cover*
Turret29/10/2019 21:35

Price is £39... Not £19. Please correct. .


Well if you are getting a £20 gift card to use at the end you are paying £19 only for the breakdown
Any idea till when this offer is valid?
ab71329/10/2019 21:41

Any idea till when this offer is valid?


Not really but worth trying when yours expire
Brilliant, exactly what I was looking for, thanks OP.
Hi, how would I get the £20 giftcard offer after going through the TopCashBack site?


robertjreed29/10/2019 21:16

This is brilliant! If you combine the 40% topcashback... well done op …This is brilliant! If you combine the 40% topcashback... well done op

Leon_Davis30/10/2019 15:41

Hi, how would I get the £20 giftcard offer after going through the …Hi, how would I get the £20 giftcard offer after going through the TopCashBack site?


I don't think their basic cover is eligable for cashback.
Edited by: "wildecat" 30th Oct 2019
says £69 for me, has this expired? im a first time customer
AMNSIA31/10/2019 09:18

says £69 for me, has this expired? im a first time customer


I still can see it, read the instructions on the post
Is there a list of all the gift cards somewhere?
stphnstevey31/10/2019 20:53

Is there a list of all the gift cards somewhere?



You can choose from a range of retailers including Boots, M&S, John Lewis, Pizza Express, Costa and Gap.
They have put it up to £49 with the voucher now
Thank you - fabulous deal. I got it for £39 and they will send the voucher claim code within 6 weeks. I have just been back to the same page and it has gone up to £49, but still an excellent deal with the £20 voucher.
jarjarmustdie03/11/2019 18:10

They have put it up to £49 with the voucher now


It's still 39, it shows 49 if you go through the cashback websites.
Thanks, £19 = bargain! My wife had a breakdown this morning so it makes you think about it; peace of mind.
Heat added.
robertjreed29/10/2019 21:16

This is brilliant! If you combine the 40% topcashback... well done op …This is brilliant! If you combine the 40% topcashback... well done op


Hi how do you combine this exact offer with topcashback 40% as when I go through top cash back, it doesn't give the same offer page for £39 with a £20 but rather a fee of £49
Thanks op, was looking for a decent breakdown deal, £19 sounds about right, and then give £20 gift card to the mrs
£39 quid is for them to come out and tell you it's broke and we can't fix it as the roadside and needs to go to a garage leaving you stranded in middle of no where

£109 quid if you want national recovery

Best breakdown cover providers 2019

autoexpress.co.uk/car…019
Edited by: "hussair" 21st Dec 2019
hussair21/12/2019 01:50

£39 quid is for them to come out and tell you it's broke and we can't fix …£39 quid is for them to come out and tell you it's broke and we can't fix it as the roadside and needs to go to a garage leaving you stranded in middle of no where £109 quid if you want national recoveryBest breakdown cover providers 2019https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/driver-power/92413/best-breakdown-cover-2019


Yes, but how many times per decade do you tend to break down? Just once every 2 years (versus none per decade for me in the last 10 yeasr) and the extra £70 will pay handsomely for a taxi to get you out of hte middle of nowhere.

And don't try and use the old "what if further from home" line. My wife had corporate AA when her car broke down at the other end of the country. It took 4 handovers, because each driver can only drive for, say, 5 hours. If you get one that's 4 hours into his shift, as we did, you can spend an hour waiting for a handover, then an hour with them, then on to the next handover.

I'd rather put my extra £700 from the past decade to use for a more comfortable trip home.

EDIT: Of course, by linking to the review of providers, you're probably suggesting other providers for a little more money, which is a sensible compromise. I agree with that, although for me I'm happy to get basic cover for approx £20 per year after cashback etc
Edited by: "gwapenut" 21st Dec 2019
gwapenut21/12/2019 10:43

Yes, but how many times per decade do you tend to break down? Just once …Yes, but how many times per decade do you tend to break down? Just once every 2 years (versus none per decade for me in the last 10 yeasr) and the extra £70 will pay handsomely for a taxi to get you out of hte middle of nowhere.And don't try and use the old "what if further from home" line. My wife had corporate AA when her car broke down at the other end of the country. It took 4 handovers, because each driver can only drive for, say, 5 hours. If you get one that's 4 hours into his shift, as we did, you can spend an hour waiting for a handover, then an hour with them, then on to the next handover.I'd rather put my extra £700 from the past decade to use for a more comfortable trip home.EDIT: Of course, by linking to the review of providers, you're probably suggesting other providers for a little more money, which is a sensible compromise. I agree with that, although for me I'm happy to get basic cover for approx £20 per year after cashback etc



My point was for 20 quid they will just come out to tell you it's broke. if like you said your on the other side of the country how much more would a recovery truck cost to bring you home if you just had this 20 policy also a taxi from one side of the country to the other I doubt they will ask you for 70 quid more like pull your pants down

My experience with the AA has been oh sir it's the crankshaft sensor can't do it here needs to go to garage 30 minute job at any garage and spent best part of 2 hrs waiting to be towed back 30 miles via a third party agent you lucky if it's the AA own recovery truck

I've tried all of them rac green flag all outsource there recovery's to third party so way pay them crazy fees just for a third party to come tow you back


Everyone has there opinion on every breakdown service and that's mine on my experience with the AA
gwapenut21/12/2019 10:43

Yes, but how many times per decade do you tend to break down? Just once …Yes, but how many times per decade do you tend to break down? Just once every 2 years (versus none per decade for me in the last 10 yeasr) and the extra £70 will pay handsomely for a taxi to get you out of hte middle of nowhere.And don't try and use the old "what if further from home" line. My wife had corporate AA when her car broke down at the other end of the country. It took 4 handovers, because each driver can only drive for, say, 5 hours. If you get one that's 4 hours into his shift, as we did, you can spend an hour waiting for a handover, then an hour with them, then on to the next handover.I'd rather put my extra £700 from the past decade to use for a more comfortable trip home.EDIT: Of course, by linking to the review of providers, you're probably suggesting other providers for a little more money, which is a sensible compromise. I agree with that, although for me I'm happy to get basic cover for approx £20 per year after cashback etc


It depends what your driving is though surely? If I am driving round the town and just local journeys, then recovery to the garage I use will be fine, as I won't be far from it. However, personally I drive to Ayr at least a couple of times a year (around 200 miles away), London a couple of times, (around 260 miles away), and during the summer various day trips with the kids, 100+ miles away. I've paid for Greenflag recovery plus this year that cost £59 - £25 topcashback, so £34. Towing me to a garage 200 miles away from where I live at 7pm on a Sunday night is no good to me, but getting train tickets, a hotel, or hire car, and towing the car to my local garage at home is. For the extra few quid to give that extra security is well worth it for me. If I can get the same sort of price for 10 years, £340ish will more than pay for itself if I need one recovery 200 miles away and the travel to get home.
Different types of policy suit different people
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