You don’t have to be a black belt in penny-pinching to want to save a buck or two. It’s human nature to love a good deal. So when it comes to life insurance, know that there are some pretty sweet discounts out there waiting for you, like bundles.
Our independent insurance agents can help you figure out if you’re leaving money on the table, and if bundling can help you get it back. They’ll help lower your bills, free up some decent budget space, and get you back to living your life, with a bit more jingle in your jeans.
But let’s talk a bit more about life insurance bundles, and why/if/how to get them. This’ll be fun.
Real talk here: Insurance companies want your business, so they’ll most often cut you a pretty nice deal if you get multiple types of insurance with their company. So combine your life insurance with another policy (or two, or three) and you could save big.
Technically, you can combine life insurance with almost any other type of insurance to create a bundle. However, bundling life insurance is a teensy bit trickier than bundling other types, like car and home. That’s because life insurance is a specialized niche, and not all companies offer it alongside other types of insurance.
That doesn’t mean it can’t be done, however! The simplest bundles are life and home or life and car, but you could go nuts and create a Neapolitan-style three-way combo of life, home and car if you wanted. If you need more than one kind of insurance, chances are you can blend them up for a real creamy discount.
Bundling discounts offer great savings and are much simpler to get than other discounts. And this is how you do it:
Our independent agents stay on top of the industry and all the latest discounts so you don’t have to. That means they’ll help you find the right coverage for you at the right price. You just sit back, soak your feet, and they’ll do all the work for you.
They’re not just there at the beginning, either. If disaster strikes, your insurance agent will be there to help walk your loved ones through the process of getting the benefits they’re entitled to. Now that’s thinking ahead.