Sainsbury’s Announce Plans To Begin Offer Their Customers Car Insurance

Car InsuranceSainsbury’s have this week unveiled plans to start offering their supermarket customers car insurance cover as the popular retailer begins a “major push” into this sector.

Following in the footsteps of supermarket giant Tesco (who already provide a wide range of insurance and financial services), Sainsbury’s will offer customers car insurance as part of their wider strategy of bolstering and expanding the Sainsbury’s Finance division.

Sainsbury’s car insurance is underwritten and backed by RBS insurance, with Sainsbury’s offering potential customers a 15% discount on their car insurance premiums alongside double Nectar points on their shopping for 2 years.

Here’s what Sainsbury’s Finance chief exec, David Fisher, had to say following the announcement:

“Not only will we deliver competitive premiums, through our double Nectar points initiative, we’re also giving motorists the ability to save money in store and at the forecourt. Our aim is to significantly grow our insurance business over the next five years and motor insurance is key to this strategy”.

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