Home Insurance from Halifax Gives you ‘Free Day For Life’
Published: 16 June 2011 By Julian Stone Leave a Comment
Until 22nd July, Halifax is offering its new home insurance customers one free day of home insurance every week for the entire lifetime of the policy. But what else is it doing to entice customers?
If you’ve been shopping around for the best home insurance deals, you might want to take a fresh look at what Halifax Home Insurance has to offer.
The company has renewed its ‘free day for life’ offer, with a few extras thrown in – but you’ll have to be quick if you want to take advantage, as the offer is only open until 22 July.
But until then, if you sign up for both buildings and contents insurance you’ll immediately receive a £50 cheque, a free Blockbuster movie or game rental every Sunday for a year and one day’s free home insurance every week.
The free day per week is equivalent to a 14.3% discount over the entire lifetime of the policy.
Customers will receive comprehensive home insurance cover along with unlimited-sum buildings and contents insurance, plus a no-claims discount. And when a complicated claim arises, Halifax will provide a personal claims consultant to help see you through.
With unlimited-sum buildings and contents insurance, the 14.3% discount will appeal to homeowners looking for a good value insurance package.
But if you need high net worth home insurance, or perhaps your cover needs are more specialist, be sure to talk to an insurance broker to ensure your requirements are properly met.
Moneyhighstreet says: “With home sales traditionally increasing over the spring, June and July is also a good time to be shopping around for better home insurance deals.
“Halifax’s new offer might sound attractive, but it’s important to make sure that it’s the right one for you. Before you buy or switch home insurance, take a look online at price comparison sites like Moneysupermarket.com or Gocompare.com or talk to a broker if you need specialist or high net worth insurance.
“If the Halifax offer sounds like the one for you, visit your local branch to talk to a consultant about your needs, and understand how the policy meets them.”