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25% off Audi 2-Year Service Plans - from £374.25
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Posted 9th Nov 2021Posted 9th Nov 2021
If your Audi is over 3 years old (3-15 years): £374.25 if engine size is 2.0 or under or £449.25 if engine size is over 2.0 If your Audi is under 3 years old (0-3 years): £396.75 if engi…

Be careful with this because it doesn’t cover everything.


Of course you can do the 2 oil changes that come with the service plan and the pollen filter change for a lot less if you source the parts yourself and carry out the work yourself on your driveway. But not everyone is able to do that. Won’t be £40 if using genuine Audi/VAG parts though. Also you can go to another garage and get it done cheaper probably. This offer will only appeal to people who either want or need to get their car serviced at a main dealer to maintain the full main dealer history for whatever reason. Whether that’s for future resale, or because they have the car on lease/finance and the terms and conditions require a main dealer service. For those people, it is a decent saving of around £150-£200 if they were to pay for the 2 services at Audi separately.


Your right I inquired a few weeks ago and when they told me just a oil change and vehicle check over I gave it a miss


What a rip off, so all they do it change the oil and pollen filter - thats about £40 of parts and about one hour of work. And remember, its not even a mechanic that does the work, its a "technician".


Already on here sorry :)

25% off Audi “All-in” Package - 2 services + 2 MOTs + 2 years breakdown + 2 years warranty - £588.74 @ Audi Store
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Posted 4th Nov 2021Posted 4th Nov 2021
Enjoy even greater peace of mind with the reassurance of All-in from Audi¹. It’s a 24-month plan that includes Warranty, MOTs, servicing, and Roadside Assistance supported by the AA. Offeri…

How often do they run this 25% off deal?


Just in case it helps anybody - I spoke to a dealership today and the 25% discount on the all-in policy is still active, but does not apply to any other fixed price servicing plan God help anybody who has to deal with Audi customer services or VW Financial Services (who seem to be ‘responsible’ for these service plans). Just seven months to remove an old service plan from our car to enable us to have the all-in health-check… Not sure if this discount applies to VW/VW commercial/Skoda etc but might be worth a try if Audi are offering it. Update - needed two small things doing to get the all-in policy approved. Went back 24 hours later to get them done and the 25% discount had expired. Can’t make it up


This doesn’t include hybrids aka etron’s either (annoyed)


To be fair, I booked mine (Skoda) three months ago, I knew it would get busy at the end of the year, so I booked my service, MOT and the pre-check back in July. Just lucked out on the discount month.


Tried to get booked in a couple of weeks ago for the inspection but the closest garageswere booked till January. I imagine that many people will be in the same position.

Audi All-In: Full Warranty, AA, 2 Services and MOTs for 2 Years in 24 monthly payments (3-6 year old vehicles 2.0L & Under) £784.98 at Audi
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Posted 30th May 2021Posted 30th May 2021
Audi All-In: Full Warranty, AA, 2 Services and MOTs for 2 Years in 24 monthly payments (3-6 year old vehicles 2.0L & Under) £784.98 at Audi£784.98
Covering 2 Services, 2 MOTs, 2 years' Roadside Assistance and 2 years' Warranty Offered by all official Audi dealers. For vehicles 3-6 years old with engines 2.0L and under, and mileage…
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Does anyone know if it can be cancelled if paying monthly when I sell my car?


I understand what you are saying but my comparison of how much one paid originally to how much residual vale the car has (ie by selling privately) is what I would describe as the cars' 'depreciation' . Given this, your comment regarding 9% depreciation still baffles me , lol. Also, the comment regarding 'taking a risk' with another car is probably more suited to cars bought privately but by using a credit card to buy a car from a trader , this risk is minimised in a sense that you would be covered for most underlying serious issues that arise soon after buying it (as I found out with my last car which I claimed under section 75 on my credit card for issues with clutch/flywheel which cost around £1200/£1300 to replace within a few weeks of ownership). Therefore the risk in buying a 'lemon' is extremely minimal and furthermore you would also be taking a risk keeping the current car, regardless of your past service history and previous reliability, as any car can breakdown and some of these unexpected repair bills can be costly. (y)


Your comparison of how much one paid originally with how much you get by selling privately is comparing apples (you with car) with oranges (you are car-less). While you might think you can correct that by using the sales proceeds to buy another privately, then caveat emptor applies by your taking a risk in buying a lemon, which I knew I wasn't doing if I were to keep my car. Also your guesstimate is probably based on out of date experience. As one of today's ft articles indicates, secondhand prices have actually been increasing for "luxury" brands and some other types. FT is semi-paywalled but it refers to this.


Okay, your comment regarding 9% depreciation over 3 years threw me I guess ;) Still not sure what you mean regarding 'the figure you have to pay to ensure you have the same good reliable car you already have' (to me this means buying your car privately, ie its current resale value) The forecast I guesstimated was based on how much the car would be worth (ie how much you could sell it for) so I am probably closer than you think in that respect. Audi's price list for their 'approved used' on 3 year old cars will not represent the market value should you wish to sell yourself as you know , which is why it was c20% out on the predictions. Hope this helps explain my post (confused)


I always thought indicators were an optional extra on Audi, BMW'S and Mercs....

25% off Audi Service Plans for Audi's 3-15 years old @ Audi
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Posted 5th May 2021Posted 5th May 2021
Thought the BMW deal was good, so thought I would look up Audi.

They do this offer at least a couple of times a year (usually in the spring and again in the autumn). So by the time your warranty runs out you should be able to get it then anyway.


Thanks ivadeal, cant purchase this yet as my inital warranty does not expire till may 2022..gutted as i wont be able to get the 25% off then....and they wont let me purchase it in advance.


This deal is back on, 25% of 2 years servicing


This is now available, but no deal for cars over 2.0l (mad) All-in from Audi > Service plans > Service & maintenance > Audi UK


I hold a grudge and I recall AA leaving me at the side of a busy motorway for 6hrs with a 2 week old baby in the car. I'll never ever buy from them because of that, they offered me freebies afterwards but that didnt change what they did. I've never had an issue with the RAC, at one point I had 4 policies going on which was daft. I once had recently purchased a new motorcycle, that came with its own RAC policy from Kawasaki, my Motorcycle insurance with MCE had RAC cover, I had RAC with my car insurance and I had my own policy for my wife and myself, my wifes insurance policy then came with it too. As you would expect, 4-5 policies and no call outs doh. Somebody was having fun that year.

20% off code at Audi On Demand Car hire
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Posted 23rd Aug 2020Posted 23rd Aug 2020
20% off code at Audi On Demand Car hire
20% off using code “AUDI”. The deal is nothing special with most cars being attainable at pretty much every other car hire company. HOWEVER you can get a Audi S3 saloon for £142 with disco…

I know what you mean however as someone who as a standard diesel hatchback and doesn’t feel comfortable leasing due to the outgoings being better spent towards a deposit, for an odd treat it is a good deal. But i agree that you could get more thrills from a less powerful car like a type r or cupra


£142 a day to hire an S3? You could buy or lease one for a month rate equivalent to 3 days hire (S3 currently unavailable as a new car, the new A3 is just out and the new S3 will be out later). I used to own a Golf R (same as the S3 under the skin, with slightly sharper handling) and they're really not that exciting to drive because although they're fast, they're extremely composed at any speed that won't instantly lose you your license. You'd get a bigger hot hatch buzz from some hot hatches with less power and 2WD, like a Leon Cupra.


I’m probably missing something, but if the excess is a concern on a hire car, wouldn’t you just take out hire car excess insurance?


Got me interested when you siad in your description, "The deal is nothing special " Nothing for me as it seems to be Birmingham/Bristol only - but here's some heat anyway...

Extended Benefits Offer @ Audi Store
Posted 4th Jul 2020Posted 4th Jul 2020
Extended Benefits Offer @ Audi Store
Audi Approved Used latest offers Extended Benefits Offer An Audi. And then some If you’re thinking of an Audi, now’s the time. From now until the end of September, every Approved Used Aud…

Do I have to take out pcp to get this deal? I’m thinking of buying out rigjt I wonder if they will give the year extra warranty


Why was this deal expired? Offer is valid.


Hello! Credit isn't quite as simple as just borrowing and paying back and that means your credit score is great! Also dont get confused with the USA where credit systems work deferently. Sadly the more records made on your credit history, statistically the more likely you are default on a payment! So if you did this once a year, no problem. However, once you pay back a car loan or any type of credit your credit rating will actually dip for about 28 days. By how much will it dip? Depends on you and how you match on the algorithms! If you have a credit check then you also lose points on credit scores so does cancelling finance agreement does count against you. The computer that does risk analysis doesn't care that you tried to get a good deal etc etc. Hope that helps?


Why would this be detrimental to your credit score, surely clearing the credit early would be a positive? Just curious.


This is true but always remember the impact of applying for, taking out (and of course clearing) the credit still has on your credit file.

Audi car cleaning kit - £9.99 instore @ Audi (Nottingham and Leicester)
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Posted 20th Dec 2018Posted 20th Dec 2018LocalLocal
Audi car cleaning kit - £9.99 instore @ Audi (Nottingham and Leicester)£9.99£3370% off
Audi Nottingham and Audi Leicester have these car cleaning kits reduced to 9.99. Be a good stocking filler for someone.. Not sure if they available at other dealerships.
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You must be unlucky Mire.Mare I have Never had an issue with my indicators, they are like new even after 5 years, never had to change bulb once. That new I haven't even got round to taking off the plastic protective film. Only issue I have with bulbs is my brake lights tend to only come on literally right at the last minute, glad they are decent brakes though or seriously I would end up in that inconsiderate drivers boot


Sarcasm gets you everywhere lol


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Any offers on indicator bulbs, because these things have a tendency to blow as soon as you drive your Audi of the forecourt and why is it that that both sides seem to go at the same time? MM


but might invalidate the warranty?

Big reductions on child seats for audi
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Posted 26th Jul 2017Posted 26th Jul 2017
Big reductions on child seats for audi£99
Big reductions on child seats for audi cars 99.00m some reduced from 241.00

Guess you are a moron who drives a vauxhall with your blindfold on


​Probably because they are not Isize and their is not a list of compatible pushchair adapters. If not going for Isize the maxi cosi cabriofix or the Britax infant seat are often on offer for under £100 those ones have scored well in crash tests. A better indicator of quality than price


U need a base for these at £175


When you can see it is made of better materials that are sturdier, with better harnesses and side protection padding then yes it is going to be safer. I have seen some of the rubbish pedalled at Halfords, TRU and Mothercare for £30 to £70. The Audi tax on these at RRP is likely to be a 30% markup over other well established equivalents by Recaro, Britax etc. There is no way Audi are selling a £50 RRP car seat for £250 because they added their badge. At £100 these will almost certainly be a good buy against other makes which are selling at around £180.


Just because you are buying a more expensive seat doesn't mean its safer. You're a marketing departments dream...

Audi Connect - Extend Free Trial To 12 Months
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Posted 17th Mar 2017Posted 17th Mar 2017
Audi Connect - Extend Free Trial To 12 Months
I'm sure this will probably get voted cold but hopefully useful for some people . My audi connect 3 month trial came to an end a couple of weeks ago. I went onto audi live chat to ask about…
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Sorry , I only just seen this. Did you have any luck ? All I did is went on Audi live chat and asked how I go about extending the subscription and they done it free of charge.


Hi @rosscopecotrain Ross, what exactly did you say to audi support to extend your trial? I have a Q5 with an expired audi connect subscription so how would I go about asking for an extension? Thanks!


Another year on and Audi have just renewed the subscription for another year for free. Hopefully some of you from last year will see this post.


Obviously​ you need a more recent Audi that has the Connect features built in to start with ... Some more info on it here:


I believe on the 66 plate and newer cars the sim is built in. Before this there should be a SIM card slot somewhere in the car. It allows things like google maps satellite view to be used as a sat nav , weather and news etc.

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Is this definitely national - just phoned my local dealership and they knew nothing of it? Is a Lookers Audi dealership, they were quoting me PCP deals, with a £5k deposit from Audi, as opposed to personal leasing deal, which is what this deal looks like.


Forgetting insurance? And 10p per mile fuel would need about 85 mpg?


deffo great deal due to 20k miles per annum, which I don't think everyone thinks of and voting cold, if you can claim business mileage from employer like I am, you will still walk away with profit - 10,000 x 45 p +10,000 x 25p - 20,000x10p(fuel) = £5,000 x 2 years = £10,000- £9,615= £385 profit


great deal for 20k millage. heat added


good deal.. wish there was a deal like this on the more bhp models though... hot