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Comparison sites sometimes throw in a benefit if you buy insurance through them. But we give you something better — cold, hard cash.
When you buy an insurance policy through Compare, the insurer gives us a commission. We then pass most of that commission on to you, the customer. That's how cashback works.
All you have to do is decide what to spend your cashback on.
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The platform is completely personalised. This means that we take into account your personal details and preferences and show you quotes tailored to you. This way you can trust that you’re always getting our best deal.
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What’s more, we don’t change the original price at all. This means you’ll pay the exact same going through Compare as you would going directly to the provider.
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We understand. Getting insurance can be a pain. Not least because it can often come at a high price. A lot of the time, the cost of your insurance depends a lot on the person getting out the policy — and this is where we can see the price rise.
This is especially true for motor insurance. If you’re a young, relatively inexperienced driver, then you’re likely to pay more in insurance as providers see you as more likely to have an accident and take out a claim.
The same goes for travel insurance. Older people with previous medical conditions pay more for travel insurance as they’re seen as more likely to fall ill and take out a claim.
There are some ways to make insurance cheaper, however. For motor, home and pet insurance, you can increase your voluntary excess. This is the amount you agree with your provider to pay every time you take out a claim. If you agree to pay a higher voluntary excess, you can end up paying less for your premiums.
This could be good for you if you think it’s unlikely you’ll take out a claim. Don’t go too mad when it comes to agreeing on a voluntary excess price, though. You’ll have to be able to afford the price if it does come to you taking out a claim.
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