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£60 Amazon voucher for comprehensive Single Car / £80 voucher for comprehensive Multicar policy Admiral car insurance via Send me a sample
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30/06/2021Expires on 30/06/2021Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Ask Google to "send you a sample" from admiral and you can receive up to £80 of amazon credit. Probably only worth while if you are in need of a new policy. To receive a £60 Ama… Read more
monkeyhanger75

There's a lot of collusion and robbing Peter to pay Paul with these codes and cashback offers. I have a £267 insurance quote with Admiral through Confused.com. if I get another Confused.com quote via Top Cashback ((£34 cashback) and the price goes up to £319. Go to Admiral through Top Cashback directly for £60 cashback and the quote goes to £346.

monkeyhanger75

Among the big 3 comparison sites, I found Confused.com around 15% cheaper than comparethemarket like for like with the same insurers. For my incoming VW ID3, Admiral and the Admiral group of companies are a lot cheaper than most (previously quotemehappy were the standout guys for me but have become expensive for me lately). Directline just aren't competitive for me, but my Dad swears by them.

tintowellfan

Enlighten us about the Australian system, Not sure there is any difference as you still need to shop around for best prices.

Mike_F

Exactly. I have been with them a couple of times and they tried to fob me off on renewal with "accelerated no claims bonus" in 10 months you'd get a year's no claims... What they didn't tell you was that the insurance cover was only for ten months. I got an entire year's cover for £300! less by switching elsewhere. And the stupid thing is, that was with my previous provider who refused to beat Admiral initially. It's a massive swindle all around. The insurance needs regulating and we need a system like Australia.

John_G

5 minutes work on compare the market will probably slash your bill

Get a £35 Amazon Giftcard when you take out Car Insurance @ GoCompare
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Get a £35 Amazon Giftcard when you take out Car Insurance @ GoCompareGoCompare Deals
Update 2
We at hotukdeals worked with GoCompare to bring this offer to you, and in the last couple of weeks we have seen that some customers who qualify for the giftcard haven't received it, despite the 100 days mentioned in the T&Cs having passed.

We have been speaking to GoCompare via its agency to get this matter sorted. They have provided us with this statement:

"We apologise to all customers who have experienced issues redeeming their voucher. Whilst this is an isolated incident which has affected only a small pool of individuals, we would like to assure the HUKD community that we are working hard to resolve this matter as soon as possible. If you do need to reach out to GoCompare in the meantime then please contact us on customerservices@gocompare.com or call 01633 654 019 and we will be very happy to help.”

So if you are affected, please do get in touch with them directly and let them know you have come via hotukdeals. Hopefully this should see the issue sorted pretty swiftly - please let us know in the comments whether it does or not.
Sometimes, trying to get a good deal on car insurance can be a pain! Shopping around for quotes, wondering whether you have got the best price, and the best cover for your needs. I… Read more
CottbusLoyal

Well I guarantee you there's plenty who would buy a policy on the strength of a gift card they hope to receive, and to be honest even cash back is never a given either. Over the last few years I've not bothered going through referral sites or taking out policies with free gifts if that's what my premium being cheaper has been dependant on. I remember Esure offering a £100 M&S gift card on new policies a few years. It seemed to work out nicely seeing their quote was about 50 quid more than the cheapest one I'd received. But when I looked at the T+C's, to receive the gift card you couldn't pay for your policy in up front like I always do but had to do it 10 monthly instalments which worked out another 70 quid on top (annoyed) proper sharks mate!

JamesDealHunter1

Yes otherwise wouldn’t of purchased!

CottbusLoyal

I am most curious to know if anyone's policy who actually bought insurance through GoCompare for this gift card actually worked out any cheaper once they received it, never mind if they didn't? For me renewing with Ageas direct beat anything GoCompare, Meerkat, Money Supermarket etc came up with including cashback by about 50 quid, let alone had I also been counting on a 35 quid gift card to bring it down that bit further too. I know it's the oldest line in the book but there really is no such thing as a free lunch.

JamesDealHunter1

Update: just received it this hour, seemingly only by prompting them for it (twice). Wonder how many might miss out for not following it up.

jrh_1979

Got mine after simple email to GoCompare. Took under a week to sort it out.

Churchill offering Basic Greenflag Rescue for £23.52 with car insurance -
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Churchill offering Basic Greenflag Rescue for £23.52 with car insurance -£23.52£40.3242% offChurchill Deals
Just renewed my car insurance, and not only was Churchill the cheapest by nearly 20% (your mileage may differ, of course), but they also offered me Green Flag coverage at nearly ha… Read more
dazigster

Yorkie: the dog or the chocolate bar?

Mikeonfreeserve

Basic rescue, so not a YTS on bike with a Yorkie and a wet sponge?

Broc_Mudflap

I fell out with Greenflag. I was a customer of theirs for three years, no call outs in that period. One day my car broke down so I called them. For some reason my policy had expired the previous day, it was meant to auto renew as far as I was aware. Anyway that was that, they wouldn't come out unless I paid them £200 call out fee. I phone my local garage instead, who incidentally operate for Greenflag and they charged me £50 for exactly the same service!

50% off RAC Breakdown Cover - personal cover from £5 per month for 12 months
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Posted 11th Jun 2020Posted 11th Jun 2020
Standard £5pm If you break down and we can't fix you, you'll get a 10-mile tow - either to a local garage or another destination. You have 5 callouts a year. Unlimited £7.50pm If … Read more
hukguy

Has anyone successfully redeemed tesco clubcard voucher with this 50% off sale? I called customer service and they said "computer says no"...

duggie1982

Looks like that emergency assist on trustpilot have a ton of 5 star reviews from people not needed to use service but change to the 1 or 2 star and you see a lot of unhappy customers around charges and unable to call back out for same issue in 60 days and even having to pay some money upfront when they call out - also their T&C's look like they were drawn up by a 3 year old

TokyoGhoul

I didn't get the option of paying the £5 insurance excess waiver when I did it via my phone on Groupon (annoyed)

TokyoGhoul

This almost sounds to good to be true!!! Thought--What the Hell! with that code it does come down to £24 for a year for there premium emergency assist package for cars over ten years old. I had my renewal from the RAC and it had gone up over £69 from the previous year, even though I hadn't used the service once! In fact it had gone up way more than that as I went through topcashback and ended up paying something like £80. You would have thought that the RAC would reward and thank you for not having to call them out by means of a discount! And not increasing the premiums!!! Thank you for the code that brought the price down to an amazing price. I've never heard of this breakdown service, so we will see what they are like if I have to use them (y)

meem

I think I used them about 3 times and it was a different garage sourced each time but they were pretty good and quick

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AA breakdown cover from £15 for non-members who purchase AA Car Insurance online Via Confused.com.
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AA breakdown cover from £15 for non-members who purchase AA Car Insurance online Via Confused.com.£15Confused.com Deals
Please keep in mind that Car insurance for some might be cheaper or more expensive. For me it was cheaper £256 for AA insurance against a renewal price of £ 334 with Aviva. I can … Read more
thedvdmonster

Just signed up to emergency assist £37 for a year

paulj48

I've been with the AA for car insurance for the past rew years, this year they have increased my renewal by 25% with no change in circumstances, rang them to tell them where to go.

Bendown

Unfortunately but as expected, AA insurance for me is £83 more expensive than Axa or Swift cover and that is on a policy of £290, robbing sods

zwarder

Still waiting for halfords voucher nearly 3 months after buying insurance

dparr59

I purchased the car insurance via confused click ( Go To Provider ) Further down the page was the offer for brakedown cover from £15

Hastings Direct - Reduced car insurance payments for COVID-19 if you change the mileage on your policy
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Hastings Direct - Reduced car insurance payments for COVID-19 if you change the mileage on your policy
I'm driving less can I get a refund?? You may be able to get a refund if you change the mileage on your policy. If you think your annual mileage will be reduced in your current p… Read more
lunbags

Went from 15k to 5k. Not sure I will even do 5k but thought that might cover off rest of policy now!

mickanddot

£45 for me (y) :)

oldskooler

£0.01 Not worth the effort (lol)

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Example 12k miles a year 1k a month Lose 3 months Drop to 9k a year Out of lockdown, you'll not pick up these lost 3k miles. Well if we are all going to the south of France for a holiday them most of the 3k will get made up! XD

Vaninga

Careful, some insurers charge you to make any change to your policy. Its written in the t&c’s so your £10 saving may actually cost you.