Buy life insurance with Confused.com and earn Nectar points
Expert price-comparison site Confused.com is continuing its Nectar promotion with a new exciting twist; for every life insurance policy bought through Confused.com, 5,000 Nectar points will be given away to the policyholder.
Previously Confused.com were giving away 3,000 Nectar points with every life insurance policy bought through the comparison website, but this has been extended to 5,000 points.
Now, any customers who buy a life insurance policy through Confused.com will receive 5,000 Nectar points when the new promotion kicks-off on 1 June, 2012.
Life insurance offers protection and support to family and loved ones if the worst should happen. By purchasing life insurance through Confused.com, customers are not only planning for the future, but will also get a little helping hand in the form of 5,000 Nectar points, in these difficult financial times.
As well as giving away 5,000 Nectar points for buying a life insurance product, Confused.com will continue to give customers 1,000 Nectar points for every car, home, pet, bike and van insurance product they buy through the website.
All Nectar points will be awarded within the first 90 days of purchase . The Nectar points will go straight onto the customer's card, so you can boost your Nectar balance by simply buying insurance.
The Confused.com promotion not only gives customers competitive rates on all their insurance needs, but gives customers something back for their purchase.
The 5,000 point Nectar promotion will also be supported by a TV advertisement, running from the 6 June, 2012.
Mike Hoban, Marketing Director at Confused.com, said: "After extending the Nectar giveaway which offered our customers the chance to get thousands of Nectar points by purchasing motor, home, life, bike and van insurance products we decided to increase the giveaway when customers purchase a life insurance product.
"Now customers can get 5,000 Nectar points as an added reward when they buy life insurance with Confused.com, which we hope will be a welcomed boost in these turbulent economic times."