We’re always working hard to pass on savings to our members. We’ve put together a special offer on home insurance where you’ll get an exclusive member price if you’re a new customer. In fact, between April and September 2017, 10% of our new customers who are members paid £116 or less for a new home combined buildings and contents policy, excluding optional extras. The Membership offer is only available by phone and isn’t available on optional extras like HomeRescue Plus, personal possessions and accidental damage cover.
Plus, we’ll give you £50 Co-op Food vouchers when you buy a new home combined buildings and contents policy. When new customers buy direct from Co-op Insurance. Offer ends 31 May 2018. Terms and conditions apply.
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As a member, why choose our home insurance?
Like all insurance policies, there are some limitations and exclusions. Please speak to our call centre or have a look at our policy documents online for more information. *Only available by phone and not available on optional extras (e.g. HomeRescue Plus, personal possessions and accidental damage cover).
Minimum premiums apply. Offers available in your first year and may be withdrawn at any time. A new customer is someone who has not had a combined buildings and contents policy with Co-op Insurance in the last 12 months.
Home Legal Expenses cover is underwritten by CIS General Insurance Limited, with the legal services provided by Co-op Legal Services, a trading name of Co-operative Legal Services Limited; registered in England and Wales under company number 05671209. Registered office: 1 Angel Square, Manchester M60 0AG. Co-operative Legal Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under registration number 567391. Co-op Legal Services' professional rules are set out in the SRA Code of Conduct. The SRA Handbook, which includes the SRA Code of Conduct, is available online at www.sra.org.uk/handbook.
^Call charges may apply. Calls may be monitored or recorded for security and training purposes.
Applicants for insurance are subject to normal underwriting criteria.