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Unread 20 Jan 20, 06:14 PM  
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Our bank now includes insurance along with any adult children that live at home I believe. We upgrade our bank account as previously we paid approximately 100 for 2 a and 3c while the bank was 10 a month but included many extras.
I would check if they have it with their own banks accounts as it often includes mobile phone insurance as well.
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I have the nationwide flex plus cover with my bank account but they keep trimming off the benefits and soon it will not be worth the 13 a month fee, however, it is unlikely that any children who dont live at your address, or ones over the age of 21 (I think, or it might be 23) and not in full time education would be covered. I had this problem with my DS when he left college at 19, so I added him as an account holder so he got all the phone and breakdown cover too. We all wanted to be on the same policy.
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Hi - as others say get Insurance ASAP so you are covered

I use AXA and when I did claim they were very good..

My Annual family policy for 4 people costs around 105 from memory 0 with one small pre-existing medical condition...
Im taking AXA through the financial ombudsman as they are a bunch of amateurs. To say they dont have a clue is an understatement. Their UK system didnt / couldnt link with the Europe based one for my claim. Honestly, they are US. I had the policy through a Halifax Ultimate Reward account and was so livid, all my money has been moved fro Halifax and will not deal with AXA ever again. Lies, miscommunication, no after care.
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I looked at Money Saving Expert website and went with LV. Paid for the premium policy to make sure we were covered for hurricanes and added baggage cover too.
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Aviva do group cover. Our family not dissimilar from yours ages wise but only 5 of us.
Annual multi-trip worldwide cover cost us 145, discount for already being an Aviva customer.
One advantage is that we can all also do our things the rest of the year and don't need any separate insurance.
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I use the Brit Guide as it tells you the amount if cover for each bit you need.I a assuming it still has it in.I don't have the copy to hand but I thought it was a good guide.
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I am with coco bean, nationwide flexiplus for just 13 smackers a month, includes, travel worldwide, phone cover, and home start breakdown cover, job then is a belter, bondy.
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Staysure insurance have 20% off at the moment
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