Terms & Conditions – £50 Love2Shop Voucher Offer

The following terms and conditions apply to and govern the  £50 Love2Shop Voucher  (“Reward”) offered to you as a new Beagle Street Insurance policyholder when you take out a new Beagle Street Life Insurance policy (the “Offer”). Please read them carefully and keep them for future reference.

 

  • The Offer is non-transferable and is only available to the original recipient of this email (“You”).
  • You can only take advantage of this Offer once. If you purchase multiple Beagle Street Life Insurance policies, the £50 Love2Shop voucher will be applicable only in respect to the first Beagle Street Life Insurance policy that you take out in your name.
  • The Offer is not available through price comparison websites or cash back websites, including retrieved quotes originally from these websites.
  • The Offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, unless You are expressly advised otherwise by Beagle Street Life Insurance.
  • You are eligible to receive the £50 Love2Shop voucher if you hold your Policy for four months from the Policy start date (“Validation Period”) and pay all four premiums within this period when due.
  • You are only eligible to receive one £50 Love2Shop voucher including when a joint Policy is purchased.
  • The £50 Love2Shop voucher will be dispatched to you at the end of the Validation Period, this can take 2 – 8 weeks. The voucher will be sent to the address we have in our records.
  • Beagle Street Life Insurance may withdraw or amend this Offer at any time.
  • The Offer is provided by Beagle Street Life Insurance, which is a trading name of BGL Direct Life Limited. Registered Office: Pegasus House, Bakewell Road, Orton Southgate, Peterborough, PE2 6YS. Registered in England No. 07810405. BGL Direct Life Limited is an independent intermediary authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
  • These terms and conditions shall be governed by English Law. All disputes in connection with these terms and conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England