AXA promotional codes September 2020

AXA is a French multinational insurance company that offers car insurance, health insurance, home insurance and travel insurance, as well as specialised insurance for businesses, landlords and van owners. Use the voucher and promo codes below to save on AXA insurance today.



AXA discount codes


Get landlord insurance from just £120 a year

Get buildings insurance to repair or rebuild your property following a loss. Cover to re-house your tenants in alternative accommodation after a flood or fire. Cover for up to 10 properties in one policy. 0% interest on instalments when you choose to pay monthly. T&Cs apply.

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Van insurance from just £213 a year

Whether your van or pick-up is for business use, private use, or you rely on it to work as a courier, AXA knows how important it is that the wheels keep turning. That's why with van insurance from AXA, you can choose the right kind of insurance to fit your needs. T&Cs apply.

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5 Star car insurance from £252

When it goes wrong, emergency claims team can help you out. And if there's an accident and your car isn't driveable, AXA will help with the recovery of your vehicle. They will also pay for the cost of overnight accommodation and onward travel (up to £300 per claim). T&Cs apply.

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Save up to 15% with AXA's MultiCar insurance

Looking for the perfect policy to insure your second set of wheels? Save up to 15% with AXA’s multi-car package.

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Popular AXA discount codes

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4 Aug 2020 Get landlord insurance from just £120 a year ********
2 Sep 2020 Van insurance from just £213 a year ********
2 Sep 2020 5 Star car insurance from £252 ********
4 Aug 2020 Save up to 15% with AXA's MultiCar insurance ********

Types of insurance offered by AXA

Car insurance

AXA offers car insurance policies with a range of cover levels and optional extras. You can also get discounts for insuring more than one car on the same policy.

Home insurance

You can choose to get buildings or contents insurance, as well as combine them under one policy. AXA also offers tenants insurances, as well as optional cover for things like accidental damage, personal possessions, legal expenses and student cover.

Travel insurance

AXA has travel insurance policies to cover single trips, accidental damage and pre-existing conditions, as well as sports and activities cover. If you plan on doing a lot of travelling, you can also get annual holiday cover to protect you all year round.

Landlord insurance

If you’re renting out your property, AXA provides landlord insurance to cover you against any damage, as well as optional liability protection in the event that a tenant or visitor is injured on your property.

Business insurance

Along with landlord insurance, AXA offers specialised policies aimed at business owners looking to protect their company and employees.

Health insurance

AXA also provides private health insurance for those looking for extra protection in case they become ill or injured.

Pros and cons of AXA insurance


  • Specialist cover for businesses and landlords
  • Discounts on multi-car insurance


  • Optional extras can be confusing
  • Doesn’t offer life or pet insurance

How do I make a claim?

Depending on what type of insurance you have, you can make a claim by calling AXA or by completing a claims form online through your AXA account.

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