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Nationwide home insurance offers 20% discount

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by Brian Turner
Nationwide home insurance offers 30% discount

Nationwide have just announced more competitive pricing for their home insurance, offering a 20% discount on home insurance.

The new discount includes both new policies as well as renewals.

In addition, when Nationwide home insurance is bought online, an additional 10% discount is applied.

The result is that someone buying Nationwide home insurance online could now save well over 20% on their home insurance policy.

There are also no additional fees for setting up a direct debit, which is a refreshing change from other insurance providers who can sometimes adds this to the policy cost.

Some features of Nationwide home insurance include:

1. Increased cover for birthdays, weddings and Christmas, with cover rising by 10% for 30 days before and after,
2. Payment for temporary accommodation if your home is damaged,
3. Accidental Damage includes home entertainment equipment and games,
4. Up to £500 for the cost of replacing locks and keys,
5. Up to £1,000 cover for garden contents cover,
6. Music downloads are covered as well as players
7. Covers contents insurance for any children studying in student accommodation,
8. Up to £500 cash covered.

For more information, check out Nationwide’s home insurance page.

Direct link: Nationwide Home Insurance: House Insurance

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