Get 7,200 Avios or 7,500 Virgin Flying Club or £90 of Hotels.com credit with Tesco Pet Insurance!

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Tesco Bank has launched a new pet insurance offer, and it is the most generous we have seen for a long time.

Why is this relevant?!  Let me explain.

Via a new promotion with Money Saving Expert, you will earn 3,000 Clubcard points when you take out a new policy with Tesco Pet Insurance.

How long I do need to keep my policy?

Here’s the key thing.  According to the rules, you only need to keep the policy for 35 days to earn the bonus.  This means you need to make two monthly payments.

The points should arrive within 80 days although it is usually faster.

Get 3000 Tesco Clubcard points with pet insurance

What can I get with 3,000 Tesco Clubcard points?

3,000 Tesco Clubcard points converts into:

7,200 Avios

7,500 Virgin Flying Club miles

£90 of Hotels.com credit (but your stay doesn’t earn Hotels.com Rewards stamps)

…… or many other deals from Tesco Clubcard partners.

Get 3000 Tesco Clubcard Points with pet insurance

How do I apply?

You MUST click through from Money Saving Expert to qualify for the bonus.  This means visiting this page of MSE, scrolling down until you see the Tesco logo and this offer, and then click the link to redirect you to the Tesco Bank website.

Note that the cheapest ‘Accident & Injury’ policies do not count.  You need to buy a Standard, Extra or Premium policy.

You must not be an existing customer of Tesco Pet Insurance. 

Here’s a tip:  there is usually no box on the application form for your Tesco Clubcard number.  Tesco Bank finds your account by matching email addresses.  It is essential that you use an email address which matches the one on your Tesco Clubcard account.

The last date to apply is 31st December 2020, so there is no rush if your existing pet insurance policy still has some time to run.  As with all insurance, be wary of switching if your pet has pre-existing conditions.

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Comments

  1. For us non-pet insurance pros, what are the best characteristics for a cheap quote – male/female, pedigree/moggie etc? Thanks

    • +1

    • 2 year old female moggie that lives inside. £200 excess. £5.88 per month, Central London

      • I’m not saying that’s the cheapest possible, but it was my example. Was wondering if I kept editing the cat’s credentials if it would flag up something with their fraud systems.

  2. O/T

    Can you top up your Hargreaves lansdown account using ihg credit card? I’ve got curve also. Thanks

  3. Connor says:

    Still a possibility to double dip. Can always claim a “missing claim” on the website that shall not be named after going through the MSE link and hope for the best.

  4. how long do you have to keep these polices for?

    • Aston100 says:

      Depends if you actually have a pet or are an immoral person.

      • mutley says:

        This is the points game, big boys rules, morality doesn’t come into it!

        Check out the Thai rice farmers shuttling between Bangkok and Chang Mai in the article earlier this week, genius in my book.

        • Peter K says:

          There’s a difference between spotting a sweet spot in a scheme and lying.

      • McCorkadale says:

        Immoral? We are talking about insurance companies here. They’ll stab their own granny if it gets them out of paying a claim.

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      As Long as it takes to pay out!

  5. Lloyd says:

    Is there any risk in cancelling this policy after two months? I.e not getting done for some kind of insurance fraud!

    • Bootlace says:

      Err no, it like getting house insurance for contents, and you decided to move three months later and cancelled the policy.

      • Err…no it’s not if you’re taking a policy out for an imaginary pet. You’re making a false statement to an insurance company for the purpose of gain. I’m all for “free” points but there are red lines and committing fraud crosses them!

        • Imaginary pets are quite legitimate emotional support animals these days so…

    • Secret Squirrel says:

      You can cancel the policy after one day if you want, however why would you until you’ve received the bonus.
      Once you have the bonus, then cancel.

  6. Baji Nahid says:

    £30 worth of clubcard. Not bad, but my son still has not got his points neither has he gotten his quote letter.

    Complained and told to sod off and wait.

  7. Simon says:

    Got a far more reasonable quote this time and have taken out a policy. Never quite understood why my indoor cat in West London is at far more risk of accident and injury than an indoor cat in Devon, as was reflected in readers quotes for comparable cover previously.

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