Wedding Insurance Tesco
Tesco Wedding Insurance is unavailable at this present moment in time. Tesco Bank are no longer offering Wedding Insurance as part of its financial services.
Tesco sells many different types of insurance from car insurance to home insurance, however, Tesco wedding insurance is not a product policy that is available right now. There are no plans for Tesco to offer wedding insurance in the near future.
If you wedding is abroad then Tesco will offer basic cover as an optional extra to a ‘Standard’ or ‘Finest’ Tesco travel insurance policy covering attire, gifts and rings and is therefore is very limited and does not offer the same level of cover that a dedicated wedding insurance policy will provide.
If you are just looking to protect wedding gifts for a short period of time before and after the wedding then Tesco Home Insurance will offer again limited levels of cover .
We will be sure to review and offer Tesco Wedding Insurance discount and voucher codes should they enter into the wedding insurance market again.
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List of Wedding Insurance Companies
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