Home Insurance

Marks and Spencer Home Insurance

New policyholders could save up to 20% online with Marks and Spencer home insurance

Looking to beat your buildings and contents insurance premium? Marks and Spencer home insurance has many benefits such as 20% online discount, unlimited cover options and 1,000 M&S reward points.

What’s covered with Marks and Spencer?

Marks And Spencer Key Facts

  • Save up to 20% when you purchase online
  • Homeowners can get unlimited cover for buildings and contents insurance
  • New for old cover on contents items
  • The M&S policy features has been rated 5 stars by Defaqto who are an independent research company
  • Homeowners will not have to pay any policy excess except £1,000 for subsidence
  • M&S Cardholders will also get 1,000 M&S reward points free
  • 24 hour claim phone line

How do I get more savings on home insurance with Marks and Spencer?

Marks and Spencer home insurance are always up there with the rest of the best deals on buildings and contents insurance policies. They can provide homeowners with quality cover options, online discounts, incentives to buy and collecting M&S points that can be used on any other M&S products. It’s also possible to achieve more saving by reading the following saving tips. Always try to buy online, the majority of insurers all offer some kind of discount if you where to buy direct from there website. Plus, don’t be too hasty on adding extra over options to the policy, if you do add the likes of accidental damage, home emergency and personal possessions to the policy you’ll have to pay extra for these features unless they are included on the policy as standard.

If you have other insurance policies in your portfolio like car insurance and life insurance it may be better to buy all these products from the same supplier if they offer multi product discounts when you buy more than one product form them. A cheaper premium can be quoted if you increase the excess level on the policy, don’t forget here that this also means that homeowners will have to pay more if a claim is brought forward.