Imagine earning £200 in an hour. You’d have to be a top executive, right? Imagine if you could do so without leaving the comfort of your sofa, with just a few clicks of the mouse. Well, believe it or not, it is possible!

Let’s face it; insurance is a necessary and sometimes legally required purchase. But most would agree that it feels like an irritating drain on your disposable income. Securing that essential insurance policy is a tedious task, and the temptation is to get it over with as quickly as possible. However, resist that urge to spend your hard earned cashed on the first policy the search engine throws at you. Instead, get comfy on the sofa and spend that little bit longer shopping around for the best deal on the web. It could be the easiest £200 you’ll ever make!


The combined effect

And the savings can add up and up. Think about the many areas of your life for which you regularly pay for insurance; your car, your house, your beloved pet, your yearly holiday. By dedicating a little extra time and searching the internet for the best deal possible, you could be saving hundreds of pounds on all these areas of expense. That’s money you could be spending on, frankly, more exciting purchases.

Simple car insurance money saving methods

For car insurance, for instance, there’s a few simple tips and tricks for saving money out there on the internet, just waiting for you to discover them.

Comparison sites are probably the most obvious, and are used by many. It’s no secret why they’re so popular; they’re a quick and easy way to compare prices and level of cover. And all without the slog of entering your car registration what can seem like fifty times in a row. However, it may pay to look further, as some of the best deals to be had can be found on the sites of companies that purposefully exclude themselves, on the basis that they can offer cheaper deals by cutting out the middle man.

Cash back sites are a great way of generating some extra cash on any purchase, but they can really be worthwhile when it comes to car insurance. Some sites will pay you around a hundred pounds if you click through them to buy your insurance. That’s literally being paid for a purchase you were guaranteed to make! Though you will need to pick your site carefully; sometimes your use of the cash back site may not register, leaving you without your cash and no way of proving it. For this reason, it’s probably best to pick one of the bigger, more established cash back providers. It would be unwise to base your choice of policy solely on a cash back offer, so make sure you’ve picked a deal that stands up on its own, if all else fails car insurance promotional codes are one of the simplest ways of saving money on that necessary expense of car insurance. A quick internet search will bring up dozens of offers, ranging from a certain number of months free, extra discounts for second cars, cash back, a certain percentage off the cost, and all available for a large variety of reputable insurers. Car insurance promotional codes are usually an easy, no quibbles, way of receiving a considerable discount, but still be sure to read the small print!

As with most things, if a deal looks too good to be true, then it probably is. While shopping around, have a clear idea of the features your policy needs to deliver and check out the wording of each to see how it sizes up. Don’t be blinded by an unbelievably low price and end up sacrificing an area of cover you’d previously deemed essential.

Happy bargain hunting!
Don’t just say yes to the first policy that pops up on your browser. Spend a little extra time shopping around, and you could truly be rewarded.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Peter has received many accreditation's including many from the Times Online. As founder of You Could Save (2005) and What Stationers (2007) Peter regularly helps consumers and national organisation ‘save money’. He believes that the only successful way to bring people together online is to provide an open marketplace where people can all work together in a friendly, unbiased environment. You can contact Peter Millikin either through his Google+ account or via his websites.

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