Sainsbury bank offers two levels of car insurance, with the ability to add optional extras to tailor the insurance policy to suit your needs.
Compare Sainsbury car insurance policies
Who is Sainsbury Bank Car insurance
Sainsbury’s was the first major supermarket to open a bank in the UK in 1997. Since then it has grown to provide a range of consumer finance products, including car insurance.
What’s covered under my policy?
|Sainsbury Third party, fire and theft
|Damage to your car
|Damaged windscreen and window glass
|Fire and theft
|Personal accident cover
|Liabilities to third parties
|Using the car abroad
|No claims discount
What optional add-ons does Sainsbury car insurance off?
- RAC Breakdown Cover
- Motor Legal Protection
- Guaranteed Courtesy Ca
- No Claims Discount Protection
- Key Cover
- Windscreen Cover
How much does car insurance from Sainsbury’s Bank cost?
The cost of car insurance varies depending on a number of factors, including the value and make of your car, where you live and the level of cover you are after (including any added extras).
However, if you have a Nectar card, you can receive up to 25% off your premiums.
And if you buy Sainsbury’s Premier Car Insurance, you receive a range of benefits, including money off fuel for a year and double Nectar points on Sainsbury’s shopping and fuel for two years.
- Sainsburys comprehensive policies offer the use of a courtesy car if yours is being repaired.
- Covers you to drive in Europe
- Offers policies that allow you to drive other cars
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