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£15,000 free life insurance for 1 year - for each parent with a child under 4 @ Aviva
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Good idea to get comprehensive life insurance if you've got young ones, but I've just noticed that Aviva offer free 12 months life insurance per parent of under 4's that pays out £… Read more
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I dont plan to die in the next year. Whats a good long term life insurance?
Lol I thought free cover for under 4 year olds lol
£15k insurance in return for slurping your personal details and sharing it around for marketing purposes.
montana789 m ago

You should get a cat


What for ? Draining my resources ? Yeah at least a kid can contribute to my old folks home keep. Cats/pets be eating money.
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seaniboy14 h, 59 m ago

Exactly. Anyone on hotUKdeals Just shouldn’t. The kids in this country are …Exactly. Anyone on hotUKdeals Just shouldn’t. The kids in this country are worse than Americans en masse and they all got easy access to locked away guns, most here just walk in the kitchen and out the door tooled up, even if they ain’t tooled up most kids are wild outdoors.I wouldn’t bring kids up in this country after living abroad, you can blame parents all you want (the majority think thier kids are angels outdoors??) but teachers don’t even correct spoken grammar these days or insist kids dress in a standard uniform (without designer trainers) - UK schools used to be a place you were taught by the state how not to sound or look poor/chav and future equality was a lot easier for the financial or parental disadvantaged kids. I also have two legs, I don’t need another two or four or six...and I will donate any artificial hips I may receive from NHS Scotland to NHS England in my will, by god with the mess both English parties have made by now physical recycled death donations will be also on the English donor list by then....what a joyous world all your kids will be living in The U.K., America’s last state to join the union!


You should get a cat
Get a Free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)
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I know this has been around for a very long time, but I think it's worth mentioning again, as some people don't seem to know about it, or what it entitles the holder to, when trave… Read more
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red232 h, 2 m ago

And how many people who voted for brexit based on "dunt wunt them foreigns …And how many people who voted for brexit based on "dunt wunt them foreigns coming in" do you think are going to bother with insurance?Plus insurance generally comes with a excess of a few hundred so still not "free treatment" is it?



For some they would be happy to get our of the EU for the sake of an insurance excess, and what's a few hundred quid excess on 10 grand? nothing

This free treatment you speak of isn't all that it's cracked up to be though is it, when i last required treatment in an EU country I stll had to pay as the doctor was called out, and your card is useless for that,for free treatment you have to locate and check into a specific hospital.

These cards should not replace insurance anyway, and you should travel with insurance regardless.
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 21 h, 41 m ago
jayjayuk123421 h, 23 m ago

That's what insurance is for you mong


And how many people who voted for brexit based on "dunt wunt them foreigns coming in" do you think are going to bother with insurance?

Plus insurance generally comes with a excess of a few hundred so still not "free treatment" is it?
red2330th Jan

Can't wait to see the look on Brexiters faces when they are charged with a …Can't wait to see the look on Brexiters faces when they are charged with a £10,000 hospital fee in Benidorm, it will be sweet.


That's what insurance is for you mong
red2330th Jan

Can't wait to see the look on Brexiters faces when they are charged with a …Can't wait to see the look on Brexiters faces when they are charged with a £10,000 hospital fee in Benidorm, it will be sweet.


Oh, do shut up remoaner!

Just make sure you have adequate travel insurance and you will be fine!
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ivan8331st Jan

As a Bulgarian who lives in the UK for the last 10 years I can confirm …As a Bulgarian who lives in the UK for the last 10 years I can confirm that this card card has never been accepted and if I needed something I would always pay



It's only for holidays. Not a replacement for health care. So yes you will have to pay for health care if you're living in the UK.

This is the EU rules on health care and benefits of residing in another country.

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British Gas Homecare 4 for £4.92/month after potentially £175 cashback. Without cashback, £19.50/month (British gas energy customer) £20.50/month (non-British gas energy customer)
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This is Hotukdeals, and this deal is about British Gas Homecare 4. Please keep emotion against British Gas away, let's focus on the hot deal, this is massive saving for fellow Hotu… Read more
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I can't stand that silly penguin.
You missed out the most important FAQ

What will stop me getting cashback? - Cashback applies to new customers only.
Says you wont get cashback if you recieve any other offer or voucher
Heat for effort and the deal. Better still that £100 is prepaid card (almost guaranteed) and £75 TCB.
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why cold? Full home cover for £4.92/month is a bargain...
I was paying £13.50 for only boiler cover last year, this is full cover including boiler for £4.92/month
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25% Off Pet Insurance at Argos
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Here's good deal for anyone looking to save on pet insurance, from my experience they're all overpriced so maybe you could take advantage of this.
mxer4502 h, 3 m ago

Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the …Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.Thanks in advance for advice on this


Insurance won’t cover any pre existing conditions. Depending on insurer the length of time differs but for mine - ‘pre existing’ is where a vet has consulted/treated the condition in the last 2 years...

There are some companies that for a young dog might cover pre existing - check out boughtbymany
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luvsadealdealdeal8 m ago

rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your …rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your dog first by making it drink half a bottle of vodka, it won't feel any painthen get it re-chipped


Ouch, that's what I like about these sites, always full of great advice.
Meek_Mellow11 m ago

I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by …I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by law, therefore if it's already chipped you're leaving yourself exposed to a fraud charge.



rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your dog first by making it drink half a bottle of vodka, it won't feel any pain

then get it re-chipped
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matthat3 m ago

Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a …Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a different name (call it a rescue dog), then all previous ailments are eliminated - in my experience insurance companys will always rip you off


I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by law, therefore if it's already chipped you're leaving yourself exposed to a fraud charge.
mxer45035 m ago

Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the …Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.Thanks in advance for advice on this



Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a different name (call it a rescue dog), then all previous ailments are eliminated - in my experience insurance companys will always rip you off
Quidco: Up to £510 quidco cashback for taking life insurance with Beagle Street.
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Only available for the next 12 hours so be quick. OK, it's Quidco so not guaranteed but may be worth a punt for the lowest cover- £5pm pays £90. You have to make 6 monthly payments… Read more
m1chaels7 m ago

8 montha x 30 = 240, 370 cb...big investment though....


not difficult to get your premium to £5 & a few pennies, go thru TCB & invoke the highest cashback g'tee for £90...
8 montha x 30 = 240, 370 cb...big investment though....
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Wasn't looking for heat. Nobody in their right mind would post a Quidco deal for that reason. But ... you are getting life cover for a very good price and, if Quidco pays out, you end up in pocket. Whichever way you cut it, that's a great deal.
cheers OP

easy money
I will say that Beagle Street are a decent insurer though. No complaint regarding their service, just Quidco as usual.
Get a free echo dot with a valid home insurance policy @ very
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Just had an email telling me if I take out home insurance with very by the 27/2/18, then they will give me a free amazon echo dot for my troubles. So if your home insurance is due,… Read more
Wow . Was exspensive. Could of bought 2 for that quote
ScottyMelotty12 h, 16 m ago

Nope, that would be dual Insurance which is not permitted. Whilst your …Nope, that would be dual Insurance which is not permitted. Whilst your reason is genuine it's to stop people taking out multiple policies and making multiple claims for the same loss. Ie of you got burgled who would you claim off? Would you claim off both?


Thanks. I could have bought the insurance before 28th and start it on 3rd, that would have been ok I think. But the quote is not competitive anyway so I won't.
capt_carl2 h, 9 m ago

Bit of a **** policy, it warns you when you do the quote that they only …Bit of a **** policy, it warns you when you do the quote that they only cover you for upto £40k of contents.


Same here, went ahead with the quote anyway and it came up with £171.
Then went on quidco and through to the Go-compare website and got a quote of £121 which gave me everything I needed including an extra £17 for cover for our bikes away from home. The £30 cashback has already tracked so years cover for £91.
Edited by: "Spookytooth73" 5th Feb
Tried this ages ago... ridiculous quote!
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ScottyMelotty1 m ago

Nope, that would be dual Insurance which is not permitted. Whilst your …Nope, that would be dual Insurance which is not permitted. Whilst your reason is genuine it's to stop people taking out multiple policies and making multiple claims for the same loss. Ie of you got burgled who would you claim off? Would you claim off both?


YES! OF COURSE HAHAHA
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100 free Nectar points for giving Sainsbury’s your insurance renewal dates
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You receive 100 free Nectar points simply for giving Sainsbury’s Bank the month your insurance needs to be renewed.
Fake email fake number thanks 50p lol
Done
Done

many thanks
I'll take the 50p! Cheers op.
ezzer721 h, 36 m ago

Emails and junk mail then? And perhaps from 3rd parties too? Definitely …Emails and junk mail then? And perhaps from 3rd parties too? Definitely not worth the hassle for 50p.


Agreed. With GDPR looming companies are trying all sorts of trick to sign you up. For 50p worth, no tar.
20% OFF BASE PRICE OF  Staysure travel insurance online or phone
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Voucher code NQ20 in free paper,takes 20% off the base price of annual or single trip cover, NOT off any extra cover ie medical screening etc. staysure.co.uk or phone quoting code
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jkn112 h, 42 m ago

Freezing cold.Very bad experience, policy forced down your throat with …Freezing cold.Very bad experience, policy forced down your throat with extensions that cover you for nothing!! And after all that you get amateur post-sales support.Book with a reputable brand.



Thanks for feedback jkn1, i have not used them but did go through the quote process online and got a very good price,I always do insurance online so I get what i want so nothing forced down my throat. TrustPilot reviews appear to be good.As i said I have not used them but may well do when the time comes.
Thanks for taking the trouble to put your point of view, appreciated.
Freezing cold.
Very bad experience, policy forced down your throat with extensions that cover you for nothing!! And after all that you get amateur post-sales support.
Book with a reputable brand.
Churchill Life Insurance £75 Amazon/Argos/M&S e gift card for 3+ months premiums of £6 per month (more options in OP including Nationwide - Sainsbury's Nectar - Direct Line)
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Quite a few Life Insurance offers for new customers giving gift card incentives e.g. circa £70/£75 of vouchers for 3+ months of premiums. As a starter below there are 4 offers be… Read more
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Anyone got a link to the direct line one from January time as haven’t received an email re the gift card? Thanks
Churchill just refused me life assurance!! OMG Do they know something I don't
Can you do this one if you already did the legal and general one in Nov? This seems to be underwritten by Legal and general....
PaddyZee16th Jan

It won't have arrived yet. Read the T&C's. End of Jan to Feb is when …It won't have arrived yet. Read the T&C's. End of Jan to Feb is when due.


Does it come automatically?
bringbring13 h, 38 m ago

Trying to screw over an insurance company... Great idea guys


It’s not screwing insurance companies over. They’re giving out vouchers if you stay with them for 3 months. So I’ll take that offer and if I like the services I’ll stay if I don’t I won’t. I’m sure they’re not stupid and they know people will leave after 3 months. But a lot of new customers will also stay as it’s only £6 a month.
Aviva FREE Year of travel insurance for existing customers!
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Just booked my holiday and was looking for travel insurance, logged into my Aviva account and there was an offer for a free years multi trip travel insurance for up to 8 people! Lo… Read more
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£15 Topcashback has tracked also!! Fingers crossed.
Thanks. This link only offered me 20% off but the other, older link worked fine! Didn’t add baggage cover so won’t be packing anything of value on our hols.

Note for UK trip cover your trip needs to include 2 nights of pre-booked accommodation.
Great find - signed up. Thanks OP!
£80 Amazon (etc) voucher if you take out Axa Home Insurance via British Gas
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£80 Gift Card when you get quote for Home Insurance using code GIFT1 by 31 December 2017... And take out the policy....Quote good for sixty days Spend at Amazon.co.uk, Argos … Read more
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RogerN1 h, 22 m ago

I nu it



Looks like ITMA has deleted his/her post. But I had already quoted it in my post, so he/she cannot hide from it. Now trying to blame me! What a loser.
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tintowellfan19 h, 22 m ago

So bad spelling or grammar now equates to a bad deal. Wow.



I nu it
tintowellfan7 m ago
WTF are you talking about, yes just noticed my error with paid (drunk is …



Pull yourself together, you drunkard.
You're the one who stated "So bad spelling or grammar now equates to a bad deal."
I neither know nor care if you've ever posted anything other than a snivelling request for a liver transplant.
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ITMA5 h, 4 m ago

That's not a nice thing to say. You might want to learn the difference …That's not a nice thing to say. You might want to learn the difference between payed and paid before mocking others' deals.



WTF are you talking about, yes just noticed my error with paid (drunk is my excuse).
But what 'mocking' was I doing? I was actually trying to stick up for someone! Also voted hot for the deal. Have you been trolling some of my other posts? What a saddo.
It was cheaper for me to go via moneysupermarket etc. Price went up dramatically when I went direct via BG.

If you're a Barclays reward customer and get Barclays home and contents insurance they give you £3/month in rewards. So £36 back over the year.
FREE European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) + Free delivery
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A valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) gives card holders the right to access state-provided healthcare on temporary stays in other European Economic Area (EEA) countries or… Read more
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mtuk110th Dec 2017

Each policy is different. Some insurers insist you use state hospitals in …Each policy is different. Some insurers insist you use state hospitals in the countries you travel too. Some pay for private. Each policy is different. Of course they’re not going to pay for Private Healthcare on your return to the UK. It’s TRAVEL insurance.


*Too and to are two completely different words. I suggest you stop with all the high and mighty correcting people's spelling mistakes before your halo chokes you........
zed20007 h, 1 m ago

Was asking for my son .




Sorry. That was very rotten of me. Nobody likes a grammar Nazi!
jewelie9th Dec

Then you're expected to be able to spell proper like when ya do da …Then you're expected to be able to spell proper like when ya do da application form! ;)Sorry!


Was asking for my son .
syedalitarek10th Dec

Contact your nearest GP tomorrow. They will be more than happy to assist …Contact your nearest GP tomorrow. They will be more than happy to assist you.


GP where?
Aviva Car Insurance - £95 cashback for new customers through TCB
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I have seen other day where Quidco was doing cashback for Aviva car insurance. Just spotted TCB doing the same. Just in case if anyone due to renew their car insurance and missed … Read more
Aviva send renewal price every year, its always more than a new customer quote on their site. For last 3 years i have let my insurance run out for a day, then get the new customer quote AND Topcashback! Never had an issue.
Yes they were very good a couple of years back, the premium wasn't too bad, but the excess way too high - just ran a quote and they want compulsory excess of £500 + £350...
I got a quote two weeks ago from Aviva, then found a £65 cash back offer so resubmitted details - only to find the quote had gone up by more than £65.

It seems that the price is always inflated by more than the cash back so you'd be better off getting a direct quote and forgetting TCB/Quidco.
rogparki11 h, 16 m ago

Always remember :-Every year compare your House/ Car etc insurance on …Always remember :-Every year compare your House/ Car etc insurance on compare sites (but don't actually switch on there). Then check for decent cashbacks on TCB and Quidco and get more quotes . Only then do your sums ( some providers will add £xx to the quote to pay the £xx cashback ) . Same with gift card and gift voucher giveaways they are often just added to the price .


Plus do it weeks before yours expires, if you need the insurance fairly soon the gits will charge you more.
crazy_b1 h, 37 m ago

Last 3 car quotes I tried through tcb the insurance company adds on the …Last 3 car quotes I tried through tcb the insurance company adds on the cash back or adds more than the cash back on. Try going direct as well see what the quote is.



Not for me on home insurance. Tried this at weekend - went direct first, cleared all cookies and then through TCB and quotes were exactly the same.
Aviva quote was OK, but I think they wouldn't allow me to have different excessess for buildings and contents
Get a £75 amazon / M&S / B&Q giftcard when you take out a direct line life insurance policy (£6 per month / 3months premiums required so £18 cost if you cancel ) max 2 per household.
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so £150 in amazon vouchers if you sign up for life cover for you and the partner. Pay 3 months subscriptions (£18 per gift card) and in theory you could cancel the policy £75 g… Read more
Still waiting on any communication from Direct Line in relation to the voucher offer.. Been nearly 2 months now!
Anyone else?
In contrast, L&G offered a choice 3 weeks after the policy went live ready to pay out in 3 months time.
msaquib53 m ago

I don't that's correct. My understanding is you need to declare if you …I don't that's correct. My understanding is you need to declare if you have been refused insurance. Once DD has been cancelled they will normally send you a few letters. If don't receive any letter last letter will just say your policy has lapsed has not value. That's end of it. They are not refusing the policy. We are not continuing with the policy by not paying the monthly premuim.


It is correct, I literally sell this insurance as my day job. Some companies ask you to declare if you've been refused, others ask if you've ever had a policy cancelled by an insurer. No longer paying and leaving it up to the insurer to cancel is, by definition, having a policy cancelled by an insurer.

If you just stop the direct debit leading to a cancellation, you'll no longer be allowed installments on any Direct Line policy (or any sister companies such as Churchill or Privilege for example) for 5 years. Do it twice and you'll be blacklisted. Other companies may also refuse you if they ask the same question or may offer increased premiums instead. And missed payments also affect your credit rating.

Why would anyone do this just to avoid having to phone up to cancel it properly?
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HUKDposter1st Dec

Yes, if you cancel. Stopping your direct debit isn't cancelling, it's …Yes, if you cancel. Stopping your direct debit isn't cancelling, it's missing payments.I should know, I sell the insurance.



Yes but if you miss payment eventually the policy will be cancelled with no value
HUKDposter1st Dec

It won't lapse, they'll cancel it. That would mean you have to declare to …It won't lapse, they'll cancel it. That would mean you have to declare to every insurance company that you've had a policy cancelled by an insurer for 5 years and may either get refused cover or increased premiums, or not be given the option to pay monthly. They may also chase you for the cancellation fee. It can also have a negative impact on your credit rating.



I don't that's correct. My understanding is you need to declare if you have been refused insurance. Once DD has been cancelled they will normally send you a few letters. If don't receive any letter last letter will just say your policy has lapsed has not value. That's end of it.

They are not refusing the policy. We are not continuing with the policy by not paying the monthly premuim.
weerob881st Dec

Got turned down for being epileptic anyone know of any insurers who …Got turned down for being epileptic anyone know of any insurers who insure people with epilepsy?


I wonder which other group will be turned down? its a long form that needs to be filled up.
£10 AmazonGift Card on MyAviva (Selected Customers)
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Just had email from Aviva :) worth a check if you have a product from them As a loyal customer here’s a little something just in time for Christmas – a free £10 Amazon.co.uk E-Gi… Read more
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I had that email and followed steps but didnt get gift card.
Aviva fornever
I have Home, Car and Life insurance policies with Aviva, and nothing here. Which section in MyAviva do you go to to find the voucher (if it's there)?
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DrBones8 h, 35 m ago

OP - Can I ask: Why would it be worth the rest of us checking?You had an …OP - Can I ask: Why would it be worth the rest of us checking?You had an email from them about the voucher, so I presume anyone else who is being offered the voucher would also have an email......so I'm not sure why you are suggesting everyone else logs in and checks, unless you are keen to send us on a wild-goose-chase?




Sorry if it wasn’t clear but it’s worth checking your emails

Just had email from Aviva worth a check if you have a product from them
OP - Can I ask: Why would it be worth the rest of us checking?
You had an email from them about the voucher, so I presume anyone else who is being offered the voucher would also have an email...
...so I'm not sure why you are suggesting everyone else logs in and checks, unless you are keen to send us on a wild-goose-chase?
RENAULT CLIO - NO DEPOSIT, 0% FINANCE AND FREE INSURANCE FOR 1 YEAR
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Seems like a great deal. But remember to read the T&Cs to see if you qualify for free insurance. Excludes the play and RS models.
Go.Jets23 h, 41 m ago

Which brings us to my initial point. Dealers cant offer 0% finance then …Which brings us to my initial point. Dealers cant offer 0% finance then discount for cash


Dealers can't do a lot of things but they do do it.

No different to a punter taking out finance and then paying it off within a few weeks to obtain the cheaper deal. It's dishonest, because they're using finance regulations that are supposed to protect you to breach a contract. The manufacturer supports sales of cars with low cost finance and 'deposit contributions' that effectively discount the car. If someone cancels the finance deal after the benefit of the 'deposit contribution' the manufacturer loses what it would have made on the finance.
Which brings us to my initial point. Dealers cant offer 0% finance then discount for cash
Go.Jets11 h, 51 m ago

...and who buys at list price? JUST SAID YOURSELF SOME ARE KNOCKING 25% …...and who buys at list price? JUST SAID YOURSELF SOME ARE KNOCKING 25% OFF lol jeeez!!


You are missing the point. 0% finance will not be offered on the discount price. It will on the list price. Jeez!
What did Oscar Wilde say now...."If I had to explain you wouldn't understand"
m5rcc3 h, 17 m ago

Well the dealer is offering 0% on list price aren't they? They're not …Well the dealer is offering 0% on list price aren't they? They're not inflating anything. The Clio in question here is the 1.2 16V 75 Dynamique Nav 5dr which you can get for 25% off the list at £11,219 elsewhere.


...and who buys at list price? JUST SAID YOURSELF SOME ARE KNOCKING 25% OFF lol jeeez!!
Cheapest car gap insurance I could find. 3 years cover from £80.59 @ Totallossgap
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Been trawling the net for gap insurance and found this company which has given me the cheapest quote. Gap insurance covers the difference between the amount you paid for your ca… Read more
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I liked your comment but what if you lease

"Lease Gap insurance. If you leased your car rather than buying it outright, lease Gap insurance helps you pay the rest of your contract and any fees that may apply for cancelling your lending agreement early."

I lease and my current car is coming up to a year old so I would be looking at this for the second year. Saves me £3k if it is stolen or written off
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Waste of money, Just use your existing insurance and caim properlu. Nealy all insurance companies fail to pay out or delay or pay less, and as the loss adjustor is generally on commission will try and get you to accept s lower figure. It is one big con.


Just tell your I surance company if they think they can get a compatibles car then go and buy one and bring it to your door. Or pay you for your time to trapse up and down the Country looking.


If they don't play ball just sue your insurance company. Insurance is to put you in the same place as before the incident/accident occurred, bit like car parking fines too many people moan but don't fight back.
Recently took out a policy with this company. They weren't quite the cheapest but what i liked was the fact it was an 'all inclusive' policy
Dr_Lovegod57 m ago

Can you provide link please

VCLOUDALA11 you can use this code to get 11% off
Dr_Lovegod52 m ago

Can you provide link please

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Churchill Life Insurance for over-50's - Pay £6pm (3 months) and Get £75 Gift Card & £75 Cashback
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For those who are over 50 you can set up a life insurance deal allow them to take £5/£6 via direct debit for 3 months, then you will receive your giftcard via email cashback takes … Read more
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7day1 h, 14 m ago

There is a legal definition , but what about a philosophical view



The point is unless you've managed to create a totally fictitious person, it should take them very little time to find out and cancel the policy without paying anything and they share such information with others so...
artnada1 h, 25 m ago

Some people on here love to promote fraud.


There is a legal definition , but what about a philosophical view
jasee45 m ago

Are you serious?


Some people on here love to promote fraud.
jasee56 m ago

QuidcoTerms & conditions Cashback will not be paid on over 50s Life …QuidcoTerms & conditions Cashback will not be paid on over 50s Life Insurance policies


Just give a false dob
Aviva Free Annual European Travel Insurance (existing customer deal)
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Found 6th Nov 2017Found 6th Nov 2017
It seems that Aviva are offering this to exisiting customers, looks like you have to call to get this though: "As a valued customer we’re delighted to offer you our standard annua… Read more
I've just claimed mine now. Didn't have to call anyone, all done online in about 5 minutes!
Thank you. I logged into my account and the offer was there.

direct.aviva.co.uk/MyP…io/

When you get to the end, select "Add extended stay cover " and 90 days. That is free for some reason although it is considered as "extra". My total came to £308.17 and it was all free.
I did not select any of the extras, which are listed below:

Add baggage cover £25

Add winter sports cover £115.99

Add airspace closure cover £47.52

Add travel disruption cover £34.57

Add extended stay cover £045 Days / 60 Days / 90 Days
All they ask “did you receive a email” just say yes..I got mine no problem..also you don’t have to start it on the day I have started mine on the December 17th as we tend to travel to Christmas markets in Europe around that time of year.
they are rubbish don't get any insurance with them. I just bought travel insurance with them this year. I have to cancel my flight for holiday because I cannot go due to health reason. I even got a doctor letter to say so. I submit my claim and they say I need a letter from my airline air Asia to say it is cannot and I did not get anything back. I used two airline an I managed to get one for one airline but not air Aisa as it is their policy not to do that in writing . it is their policy. because of that Aviva did not pay out anything at all to me. that is rubbish but the airline and the insurance company. never use them again for anything.
freebiehunter7th Nov

On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a …On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a cheaper insurance quote.. what a joke.. put my insurance quote up by over £100 ..also increased the cost of the protected no claims!

Aviva drive gave me 28% off.
My score was 8.2 as far as I remember.
Over 50s Only: £100 Amazon, Argos or M&S Gift card for the cost of 3 months life insurance, min £3.90 per month. Sun Life Over 50+ only. Card sent around 4 months into policy.
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Inspired by Chanchi's excellent find with Legal and General, I spotted Sun Life are doing a £100 gift card for their over 50+ plan after the third payment. Allegedly can be had fro… Read more
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SirHugo19 h, 25 m ago

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thanks, I applied in november, do you think I should call them now and ask where it is lol
dinglebert5th Feb

I phoned today. Had to phone 3 times and wait 20 minutes before they …I phoned today. Had to phone 3 times and wait 20 minutes before they answered. I accidentally phoned the new customer line first. They answered immediately. Hate when companies do that. They value new business more than their existing customers. Mind you given I was cancelling I probably wasn't their favourite customer of the day. They read some speel about not being allowed to rejoin for 2 years blah blah and cancelled. They did ask why and I pointed out factually that for £4 a month they were offering me £770 of cover. For £10.59 I could get £50 000 of cover elsewhere. If you don't cancel they will just bore you with paperwork for a while.


Could I ask where you can get that cover from please? I'm actually looking for some at the moment and that seems pretty decent
Does the voucher arrive via email? or actually in the post?
peanuted10th Feb

Was your referal code just a one digit number?!did you go through the …Was your referal code just a one digit number?!did you go through the process in the end?


Was a 5 or 6 digit number - can refer up to 5 people who just ring the tel number quoted and give the referral code. My wife did do it - far simpler than my original signup, and her confirmation was received in 3 days. Confirmed her free gift of £100 argos voucher would be sent shortly after her third payment (presumably my £100 argos card will be sent same time).
£75 Amazon Gift Card for taking out Legal & General Life Insurance (minimum £6 a month) - eligible for gift card 3 months after start date + 30 days for delivery
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Found 6th Nov 2017Found 6th Nov 2017
L&G are offering a £75 Amazon gift card or £75 M&S e-gift card for taking out a life insurance policy online, minimum premiums are £6 a month. Reading the terms you wi… Read more
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Still waiting on mine. Called last week and they said on its way. Called today and they said 30days after the third payment.
frozencake11 h, 31 m ago

Yeah they're taking a bit long aren't they! probably another months …Yeah they're taking a bit long aren't they! probably another months premium having to paid at this rate...


Yes, taking ages man
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I'm waiting for mine. Is this an e gift card by email or will it be posted?
roadie37 m ago

sPOKE TO THEM last week and they said it was getting posted, still not …sPOKE TO THEM last week and they said it was getting posted, still not here!!!!Come on



Yeah they're taking a bit long aren't they! probably another months premium having to paid at this rate...
FREE Motor Legal Protection  for Cars + Motorcycles
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02/11/2018Expires on 02/11/2018Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
OK, so maybe this is not a deal but i thought we should all be aware of this offer! I'm one of the many thousands of us having to pay ever increasing Motor Insurance premiums every… Read more
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Motor legal expenses is a pointless add on for most.
Some seem to think it covers them for fault accidents and associated legal costs - this is what your car insurance is for. Car insurance covers others' claims against you first and foremost, this is what the bare legal minimum third party cover is.
In cases where you're not at fault the other side's insurer will pay for your repairs, hire and injury. If you appoint no win no fee solicitors this should speed the process along as insurers don't want to incur the extra costs of going to court if their customer is clearly at fault.
If it's a split liability or 50/50 many motor legal expenses policies have a stipulation they won't cover these costs if chances of success are not more than 50%.
So all in all it's £30 for nothing you can't get from speaking to a few daytime TV advertising solicitors, who will act for you for free.
Edited by: "liuruiorp" 3rd Nov 2017
Lol
I posted this as a deal about a week a go and the mods took it down, Double standards.
When you take out legal with your policy it costs them pennies, not saying this is any good but you can find much cheaper.
Dealmessiah16 m ago

If true, then I can smell another PPI reclaim story coming...



I could see that weird sense of smell..
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