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We know that one size doesn't fit all, so with our You Choose Home Insurance you only pay for the cover you really need.


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Exclusive 15% off any new ‘You Choose’ policy

Offer Terms and Conditions (119 KB)

  • This discount is available to all new customers who take out any of the core cover options of a new ‘You Choose’ policy
  • Existing ‘You Choose’ customers are not eligible
  • The discount applies for the first year of the policy only
  • The offer can be withdrawn at any time

Note: the discount will automatically be applied when requesting a quote.


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You could claim up to £50 when you switch to us from your current Home Insurance provider

£50 when you switch

If your current home insurance is not due for a renewal yet, don't worry. If you take out a 'You Choose' Home Insurance policy with us, you’ll receive a refund of the cancellation fee of your current policy, up to £50.

Don't miss out!

Note: there are limitations and exclusions with all home insurance policies. Ask us for full details about what's covered and what's not, including any limits that apply.

Not available to existing ‘You Choose’ customers. Full Terms and Conditions and a claims form can be downloaded here. (58 KB)

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About this insurance service

As an intermediary, we act on behalf of RSA in arranging your insurance. Your insurance will be underwritten and administered by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc (No. 93792). Registered in England and Wales at St. Mark's Court, Chart Way, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1XL. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

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