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sarahbell

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4 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

I was amazed when my house insurance renewal actually went down this year, only a couple of quid but even so!

I should have said - my renewal is actually 4 quid cheaper than last year. 
The best meercat can offer is 3 quid dearer than last year! 

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11 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

I should have said - my renewal is actually 4 quid cheaper than last year. 
The best meercat can offer is 3 quid dearer than last year! 

Premiums are recalculated daily and so they vary daily. I ended up saving £36 by ringing the same company 4 days in succession for a quote, over which time the quote went down twice and up once. I stopped when I thought the saving was good enough at about 15%, and that quote was £300 cheaper than Meerkats

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11 minutes ago, sarahbell said:

I should have said - my renewal is actually 4 quid cheaper than last year. 
The best meercat can offer is 3 quid dearer than last year! 

Wow, never had my car insurance go down without a change in circumstances. I always expect it to go up £20 a year minimum.

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