• Ageas is giving away an Amazon.co.uk gift card (“Gift Card”) to its existing customers that purchase an Ageas Car Insurance policy (“Policy”) between 29th November 2019 and 13th December 2019 (the “Qualifying Period”). 
  • To be eligible for a Gift Card you must be an existing Rias Home Insurance policyholder and need to have either directly received a communication from Ageas promoting this offer yourself, or be resident at the address of the person to whom the communication from Ageas was sent.
  • To qualify for a Gift Card, you must purchase a Policy either via www.ageas.co.uk or through the Ageas call centre during the qualifying period. You will not be eligible to receive a Gift card if your Policy is purchased via a price comparison or cashback website or where a price comparison quote has been obtained and the Policy is subsequently purchased via the Ageas call centre. You must provide a valid email address at the time of purchasing your Policy in order to receive a Gift Card.
  • The Policy must be in force for 60 days to be entitled to receive a Gift Card, and all premium instalment payments must be up to date.
  • A Gift Card worth £50 will be sent by email to the email address provided by you when you purchased your Policy.
  • There is no cash alternative. Only one Gift Card per household.
  • Use of Gift Cards is subject to separate terms and conditions See www.amazon.co.uk/gc-legal for more details.
  • The Promoter reserves the right to withdraw this offer or amend these terms at any time but will honour the offer on any eligible Policy bought as a result of quotes obtained directly from our website or call centre (and not through a price comparison or cashback website) before the date on which the offer was withdrawn.
  • The Promoter is not responsible for any technical issues which prevent any person from successfully purchasing a Policy. Nothing shall exclude the Promoter’s liability for death or personal injury which occurs as a result of the Promoter’s negligence.
  • This offer is governed by English law and disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England
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