Australia Post is offering online customers $100 off car insurance premiums

While shopping, an Australian motorist revealed how you can save money instantly on your collision damage waiver – but you’ve got to be quick.

Customers who want to reinsure their cars can save $100 over comprehensive insurance with one Offer from Australia Post, which is about to expire.

Australia Post’s motor and home insurance is underwritten by QBE Insurance as part of a partnership that began in 2021.

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The new offer gives online customers a $100 rebate on their first year premium if they are a new Australia Post insurance customer and sign up through the website.

A West Australian woman posted on a Facebook forum that she was thrilled to find an even cheaper deal than she previously had to insure her 13-year-old Mazda 3.

“Wow, it definitely helps to shop around for auto insurance…I’ve been with Budget (auto insurance) for four years and got a total price of $387…Aust Post quoted $212.31,” she said.

An Australian motorist has shared details of an Australia Post insurance offer. file image. Credit: simon2579/Getty Images

Australia Post’s comprehensive insurance covers anyone driving the registered vehicle, the company’s website says.

It also covers replacement of a new car when a brand new car that has driven less than 60,000 km is written off within the first three years.

The $100 online savings offer ran from August last year through January this year, with the latest offer running since March 31 and ending on June 30, 2023. has not derived any financial benefit from this content.

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