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Now TV pass included free when you buy Car or Home insurance via Confused.com
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
When buying car or home insurance through Confused.com you can chose from a free 1 month sports pass, 3 month cinema pass, or a 6 month entertainment pass. A good deal if your insu… Read more
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dawyldthing

Yeah but look between the cashback sites too as that can vary. There’s quidco, topcashback plus possibly different work ones

senor_eggnogs

What's the trick here if u don't mind me asking? Search the car insurance you want on the price comparison site then search that company in topcashback?

dawyldthing

If you’ve got any work schemes it’s worth looking through them too. I got house insurance through there, went with British Gas (didn’t even know they did insurance til that point) and for a £110 policy I should get £50 odd back in the next few weeks (I’ve been waiting about 3 months but still half back ain’t bad)

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Chef_uk

I pay £2.66pm for my entertainment pass and £4.80pm for the Movie pass. If you pay full price, then I guess this can be seen as a deal.

50% off RAC breakdown cover personal cover from £4.50 per month for 12 months
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
New, single vehicle based cover only. £4.50 for Standard cover on a monthly contract. Ends 27/05/20 7am.
JasonWells

Typical, just missed this

lasuil

Has anyone had success getting topcashback to track alongside this offer?

suhailyarkhan

RAC are an absolute disgrace of a service provider! They have by far the worst service of any kind of service provider (and I mean from any kind of service provider possible). I have used AA in the past and decided to switch over because AA hiked their prices. But now I am genuinely regretting that decision. I have been sat with in my broken down car for close to 2 hours now and just been told to wait for another 90 minutes. They will not tell me how long it will take for the help to come. Just that I am next on the list. Well, I heard that 2 hours ago as well. When asked if there will definitely be help coming in 90 minutes I get told "we can't promise you that" because the driver hasn't actually accepted the job and might accept another "more serious" job on the way. Now by serious I bet it doesn't necessarily mean their car is on fire but the the issue might be with a car part deemed more serious on THEIR SYSTEM. I pay close to £250 for a family plan that's to no use when I need it!!! I'm stuck in the scorching sun and can't move my car due to the problem. Please don't make the same mistake as me. Go with someone local or with the AA. I wish I could give a lower rating than this!

OldMarchHare

Just signed up. Don't bother with 'topcashback' or 'quidco' with this deal. It's only on the official RAC website. Using either cashback site links you to a "special deal" which worked out for me at £30 more than RAC site. Better to save money up front than hope to get cashback later, or not at all.

kentratchet

Emergency assist or rescuemycar.com on groupon any of these good looking for cover, had rescue my car, broke down at weekend. they used agency, who did not have my renewal on record, so the only option offered was to pay and then get back from rescuemycar, not the sort of breakdown cover i needed, got premium refundedand went elsewhere, would not consider them at all.

3 Months Free RAC Breakdown Cover (when you buy 12 months) Months 13, 14 & 15 would be free - from £90 annual - New customers only
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Get 3 months free breakdown cover from RAC when you buy 12 months of any plan (also includes add ons). + potential £45 from Quidco. 3 months free available on all cove… Read more
mrTea67

Agree with you,in fact i would of gone as far as said slashed there prices.

andykapa

No one driving as much as they used to due to lockdown restrictions and all those breakdowns companies should have lower the price.

Shockey

RIP off.... I pay £168 a year with my nationwide for anywhere breakdown, all iPhone and iPads insurance, worldwide travel insurance

thedvdmonster

£140 annual lol just paid about £37 for a years cover with emergency assist

Free Rewards every time you buy a car or home insurance policy at Confused.com e.g £20 shell fuel
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Confused rewards is our way of saying thank you to you. Choose a reward that’s completely free, every time you buy a car or home insurance policy via Confused.com . How do I claim… Read more
csdt3

I bought contents insurance yesterday through TCB. Didn't seem to track but submitted a claim with this for the NOW TV Entertainment pass. I guess technically near enough £60 value.

fredstar786

Thanks

jeannot18

I need a new ratchet set and they have some half decent one

StevieG72

I went through Quidco for £35 cashback which tracked,. Then got an email telling me to claim a reward, took the £20 Halfords voucher. Then Quidco refused my cashback. Would never have taken the voucher if i had known the cashback would fail.

rprp

You have to claim it afterwards. https://secure.confused.com/STS/Login?ReturnUrl=/OAuth/Authenticate Works fine even if you went through TCB originally

10% off Admiral Travel insurance & up to £75 vouchers on car or multi-car policy - Student code
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Vouchers from Amazon, ASOS, Tesco and more Enter this code in the promotional code area during checkout in order to benefit from 10% Off travel insurance or get up to £75 in sele… Read more
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Chris9999999999999

Perfect going Ibiza 2 weeks didn’t think to get travel insurance nice one pal (y)

nd4spd

Travel to no man's land (lol)

majorwedgy84

Lol, travel insurance.!?!

scorryuk

Horrible company, hate them even more than Ryanair- who they seem to have adopted some dubious business practices from. I had an awful experience with them after 3 years of loyality and they tried to backcharge me for all 3 years! Caused alot of stress and hassle and by the time they accepted the mistake was on their end it was too late- I cancelled on the spot and will never ever return no matter how cheap they are.

Albie7

Travel? To where lol

Hastings Direct - Reduced car insurance payments for COVID-19 if you change the mileage on your policy
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
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
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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.

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Churchill COVID-19 mileage refund by reducing your expected weekly mileage
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
I have not seen Churchill advertise this anywhere, but looking through their website I found it under the FAQs! Application took about 3 minutes, so worth applying. Fingers crosse… Read more
chpperz

Not heard anything yet. Checked bank too and nothing refunded.

ses6jwg

Just checked my credit card statement. We paid annually. Just had a £25.76 refund. Can't remember what I put exactly but I think we had 12k miles on our policy. I put down that we were doing 15 miles a week in lockdown. Annual policy cost was about £320 so that's about an 8% reduction.

lucas

Not a sausage

psb017

Me also.....has anybody received a payment yet?

ses6jwg

I have applied last week but not had a response yet

Direct Line Partial Refund on their car insurance based on reduced mileage - Application
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Direct line are allowing drivers to apply for a partial refund on their car insurance based on reduced mileage through lock down
AGJ94

Direct line refunded me £69.44 on a £1200 policy, doing approx 15 miles per week currently on a 10k pa policy

PennyPincher2019

Adjusted mileage by 2000 miles on a £550 policy

5426angela

This is how much my son got on a £2,100 policy! Can I ask how much your policy was?

nick_sub

As it's a only a temporary change and not recorded on the schedule, has anyone also tried reducing their estimated annual mileage? Like many, I'll probably do less than half what I expected this year.

iwonka.biedronka

I received £38 today from them. Hot!

Renault Kadjar 1.3 TCE 140 GT Line / 48 M Lease / 8K MPA / INSURANCE Incl £299.94 + £1799.64 Deposit +£198 Fee Total £16,080.72 @ NVC
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Here is a Super Red Hot 4 Year Car Lease Deal Complete Care Includes Fully Maintened & Servicing + Mot Includes Fully Comprehensive Insurance Cost 1 x Deposit = £1799.64 Cos… Read more
markymark34

Wow. This is one of the rare occasions where someone can say 'do you own it at the end of the lease period?' and the answer really should be yes!

delfinostar

Finally I found the worst lease deal ever been posted!!! Congrats bro

Evo141n

(lol) (lol) (lol)

fossman

I've bought three french cars from new, two of them (Renault Clio and Citroen C2) developed numerous faults after two years and resulted in me having to part exchange them and the third (Citroen C1) was built by Toyota so was fine.

sweep_the_leg_

Heat, just for your username!

RAC Personal Breakdown Cover - Tesco Club Card points worth 3x value (£0.50p TCC = £1.50 RAC)
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Turn every £0.50 in vouchers into £1.50 to spend at RAC Personal Breakdown Cover - EVERY LITTLE HELPS! :D Even if you don't yet have a Tesco club card! HOW IT WORKS 1. Vi… Read more
suhailyarkhan

RAC are an absolute disgrace of a service provider! They have by far the worst service of any kind of service provider (and I mean from any kind of service provider possible). I have used AA in the past and decided to switch over because AA hiked their prices. But now I am genuinely regretting that decision. I have been sat with in my broken down car for close to 2 hours now and just been told to wait for another 90 minutes. They will not tell me how long it will take for the help to come. Just that I am next on the list. Well, I heard that 2 hours ago as well. When asked if there will definitely be help coming in 90 minutes I get told "we can't promise you that" because the driver hasn't actually accepted the job and might accept another "more serious" job on the way. Now by serious I bet it doesn't necessarily mean their car is on fire but the the issue might be with a car part deemed more serious on THEIR SYSTEM. I pay close to £250 for a family plan that's to no use when I need it!!! I'm stuck in the scorching sun and can't move my car due to the problem. Please don't make the same mistake as me. Go with someone local or with the AA. I wish I could give a lower rating than this!

DonDraper

Yep and proper mains battery chargers start from about £15 on Amazon (pun unintended!)

rimalpatel007

For roadside, recovery and onward travel with free personal cover is £150 or £50 Tesco vouchers! (shock) How's this saving!

zcaprd7

You put the solar panel in the dash or window, and plug it into the cigarette lighter, and it slowly trickle charges the battery... I doubt it would charge a flat battery, but it keeps it topped up whilst the car sits there unused (burglar alarms and other systems are a constant drain).

rimalpatel007

What is that and what does it do?

15% off Start Rescue breakdown cover
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the code 15APP during checkout. Spotted this after trying the long-running code on here, and finding it no longer working. Although Voucherbox says that 15… Read more
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nav99

Don't they have a cooling down period of around 3 days after registration to call out

roonerspism

Used today after procrastinating with who to go with!

goingfortheone

Called them out once and they turned up in 30 minutes. They also have a phone app you can use if you break down. Only slight downside is you are only allowed 6 call outs in 12 months but if this happens you would just renew early and even then it would still work out cheaper than the main break down services. Also great value European cover if you are thinking of driving abroad.

Brightone

I've used them too and never had a problem. Called them out on a few occasions and always hassle free.

phil66666

Highly recommend this firm, we broke down in France on our way home on a Friday afternoon, the garage said Monday to get the part, start rescue paid for a taxi to a hotel and paid for my family of 4 to stay there for 3 nights

Over 50’s ONLY free £110 Gift Card with life insurance from £6 per month at SunLife (Min six months before giftcard can be claimed)
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
Take any cover out from as little as £6pm and receive a £110 love 2 shop voucher. The biggest they have ever offered. You will receive details on how to claim your gift card after … Read more
julieallen

what was the reply then?

julieallen

Just to come back to this as I forgot to answer earlier. They didn't cancel my policy as per the terms and conditions, I rang and cancelled it within about 10 minutes of the letter coming. I'm not sure if they were happy to let it continue without the reward card being sent or if I got in before they processed the cancellation, but either way, they didn't cancel mine so I don't have to declare it. The letter didn't state they would either so I wasn't aware from that they were going to, I would suggest anyone else who gets the letter does the same asap so they don't have to tell car insurance or anyone :)

Dan

We've asked them if they have any comment on this, and then can decide next actions accordingly :)

julieallen

I think it's clear the accusations came because I used the link from here. Surely they should be blacklisted immediately if they view any customers from here like that?

Jason

hmm...yeah..quite an accusation without going into any further detail as to why they think it is fraud or a money laundering issue. I'll raise it with our partnership team and see if they have a contact there. I'll let you know of any updates.

Get £10 off policy excess with So Sure Mobile phone insurance
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Get £10 off policy excess with So Sure Mobile phone insurance NB. don't forget £15 cashback via Topcashback or Quidco
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JulianL

Rubbish, where did u get that info from!?

JulianL

£7.99 with £70 excess with this company

humadoon

Not really worth it i am getting 8 quid for a S10+ with 50 quid access, 100 quid for theft etc

FREE breakdown cover for NHS workers @ Green Flag
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Please share this with your friends and family that are NHS workers. If they need breakdown assistance when they are travelling to and from work, all they need to do is call our de… Read more
Roger_Irrelevant

To be fair AA not much better these days. We broke down with 3 kids in car, luckily just local. Took them about 3 hours to get there, call centre said wifey (and thus in effect all the kids) had to wait in the car as it was her policy. (fierce) The mechanic was ace though, he rang to say get them all home in a taxi. But call centre people were a bunch of monkeys.

biggrub

Green Flag are pretty rubbish. Broke down at midnight on A303 and despite several calls because we had young children, they finally bothered to turn up 6 hours later. Apparently their one recovery had been overwhelmed on that particular night....NEVER AGAIN

lasuil

Anyone know if any breakdown providers are offering discount or free cover to key workers? My AA cover ends in June. Am about to start a new job in social care. Car is 15 years old.

oscarcat

May be useful to some but the AA & RAC have already been offering this for a few weeks now.

£25 Netflix giftcard + £25 free credit with Home contents insurance from £4.63 month - no min term (poss 5 months free insurance) @ Getsafe
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Update 1
Offer for free Netflix voucher ends tonight
You can get home contents insurance from £4.63 per month (premiums will vary) plus you will get a £25 Netflix gift card (fulfilled within 4 weeks by email) and free £25 instant cre… Read more
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skintus_mcgintus

Voucher emailed today exactly 30 days afterwards. Thank you!

Baggz

Had a reply, apparently it will be with me next week

Jon_Dent

Same

Baggz

Nothing for me, have sent an email now

Amzoa

Free £25 ez clap 8)

Home contents insurance from £4.24 a month (no min term) + £40 free instant credit e.g possible 9 months free contents insurance @ Getsafe
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Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
You can get home contents insurance from £4.24 per month (premiums will vary) plus you will get a free £40 instant credit when you signup at fintech provider Getsafe, who is partne… Read more
118luke

And to me the insurance companies are equally as fraudulent there as someone who diddnt declare any previous claims. The insurance companies are happy to take the money upfront and give you the acknowledgement that you're insured. Its only when you attempt to claim that they investigate if theres any way to not pay out (such as an undeclared claim) and then tell you that your insurance is invalid and refuse to pay out. Why don't they do that straight away when the policy is taken out?

deleted341252

Forget counting small amounts, count what they pay out when you make a claim. If the house burnt down and you claim £100,000 how will they handle that? No point fighting over £10 now if they have no track record of paying out if the worst happens. I studied insurance a lot lately and found the cheaper the company the worst they were at paying out. I ended up going with M&S Premium for the extra peace of mind and includes a new for old policy. You need the best cover when the worse happens, DONT scrimp on the insurance and then find they found a loophole not to pay out - oh you had 3 points on your driving licence and never told us so we not paying your £100,000 does happen.

Jaxxersist

The lowest excess it’s giving me is £220. I’ve not purchased contents insurance before, but was looking on Admiral recently and although it was £10 per month, the excess was £100. What have others found? It seems if I don’t claim then this will be cheaper, but if I claim for something other than a full house load, Admiral would be the better option. Edit: It’s £10.60 per month anyway, am I missing the heat here?

zcaprd7

{checks app} 28th of March for me, I'll give it a few more days...

ahenners

It was stated within 2 weeks, which to be fair has only just passed over the Easter weekend for me.

50% Off RAC Breakdown Cover
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
I know many of us aren't using our cars right now - but it will end one day. Only the RAC include cover at home as standard. Complete peace of mind where you need us most.
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hedgyhog

Also, if you need to make a warranty claim on parts they fitted and supplied then good luck! I won't be using them ever again.

chumsson

Thanks for this OP. Have needed to look to renew recovery cover that has run out

steve.bath

I will second that, terrible service now, nothing like what they used to be years ago, avoid at all costs I would say, I’ve used these twice with my company car in the last 18 months and had an 8 hour wait and 3 hour wait

Halfmad

We had a similar experience last year, they ended up sending a local garage after an 11 hour wait overnight. Never again

smckirdy

For the lockdown, if you can already work at home that's where you are going to be for the duration. Personally I think one of the bundled bank offers with breakdown cover will be a better deal than this.

Free Breakdown Cover for NHS workers Driving Peugeot/ Citroen/ Vauxhall/ DS @ PSA Groupe
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
PSA Groupe , owner of Citroen, DS, Peugeot, and Vauxhall, is offering free roadside assistance for NHS workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The offer is open to NHS wo… Read more
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paula.smith

hopefully that’s a joke!!! if not you would have to be a pretty nasty person to make a dig like that at the moment..,,

Robbie_Arch

Nice one.

malcoa

And

Taz1529

Your original comment, "Driving those cars, it's needed.". You then go on to say basically all cars are the same?

sparklehedgehog

Driving those brands you’ll need it!!!!

Free RAC Breakdown Cover (Roadside, Recovery, at home and keys) for NHS workers and front line workers @ Hastings Direct
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01/07/2020Expires on 01/07/2020Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Just got an email from them advising that due to my occupation they have given me complementary RAC cover for Roadside, Recovery and At Home. Also includes Keys according to the do… Read more
sammy125

Not sure, did you ever find out?

usman21

Does it work for key workers like post man ?

Timschoice

Definitely not. When there’s a terrorist event, it’s all about the police, but no one seems to be applauding them at the moment even though they are dealing with all types of scum and can hardly maintain the social distance? Before that, the military, again that’s gone quiet... (confused)

barry.huxley

Yeah that's human nature for you. It's not NHS specific.

xillium

Voted hot

Free breakdown cover to NHS staff @ Vauxhall
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Vauxhall is pledging free roadside assistance to all NHS staff who drive one of its cars during the coronavirus crisis. The offer extends to any Vauxhall vehicle, regardless of ag… Read more
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laurasatrueblue

Thanks

Doug_cheap

Aren't Aviva already doing this for everyone? https://www.aviva.co.uk/help-and-support/helping-nhs-staff/

xillium

Voted ho

newbiemuppet

nice offer but your going to need it if you've bought a vaxhall

Butcher420

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-rac-breakdown-cover-roadside-recovery-at-home-and-keys-for-nhs-workers-and-front-line-workers-at-hastings-direct-3433191

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