CompareNI celebrate birthday with launch of new rewards platform

  • To celebrate 12 years since first launched in Northern Ireland, the price comparison website is introducing its very own rewards platform, furthering its commitment to help local people save money.

    Customers who simply use to compare quotes online will now be able to gain access to theirnew rewards platform, offering cashback or discounts on up to 1,000 retailers, everything from groceries and fashion to gym membership and days out.  

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    The platform features top brands and retailers, ranging from the main UK supermarkets to high street shops and cinemas, restaurants, hotels and online stores. The platform will help active users save around £700 on average.  For customers who then go on to purchase their policy, they unlock Rewards+ with access to better discounts and bigger savings.

    To launch the rewards and mark their 12th birthday, the team behind Northern Ireland’s largest comparison site created a local TV ad, on air from 6th September, based in Northern Ireland and inspired by native seaside villages such as Carnlough.  The team used local designers and animators to create models of backdrops and key features from across local landscapes.

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    Project Lead and Principal Marketing Executive, Jaclyn Dunlop commented on the new platform stating:  “The celebrations this year give us the opportunity to help local people get better deals, through our easy-to-use rewards platform.  Family finances have been through a lot the last 12 months, so this scheme is designed to help increase household savings with cashback, discount vouchers and competitions. has helped over 600,000 users find better deals on their car, home, pet and van insurance by comparing prices from over 400 insurance brands.  

    Source: Written from press release.

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