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Bonus $50 WISH eGift Card with New Pet Insurance Policy @ Woolworths Pet Insurance


Just insured my pet for $7.11 a fortnight. Added Rewards card for 10% off groceries once per month, and 10% off premium. Gift card delivered within 30 days.

Limited time offer and applies to new policies only. Must enter or mention promo code WOW50 at time of purchase. Limited to 2 per customer. eGift Card will be emailed to the email address provided within 30 days of the first premium being paid. Offer does not apply to any policies cancelled within the cooling off period, or policies with unpaid premiums during the first 30 days. Offer is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable pet insurance policy. Refer to the Product Disclosure Statement available online. The eGift Card is issued by and remains the property of Woolworths for use at participating stores only. Not redeemable or reloadable for cash. Not in conjunction with any other offer. Full T&Cs at woolworths.com.au/giftcards.

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  • $14.65 a fortnight for a labradoodle :(

    • I think its 10% off if you quote your reward card number

      • This was with the rewards card

  • Apparently I just donated $10 to a pet in need

  • $40.65 a fortnight for my 7 yr old miniature poodle… 🙄

    • Who are you with atm?

      • That was the quote I got from Woolies just then

  • +1

    Breed and age determine your fees..

  • +1

    Currently trying to decide between Woolworths and Knose Pet Insurance.

    Woolworths gives you so many extras for the same premium, but worried about when the time comes to actually make a claim?

  • How long do we need to stick with it for the 50AUD??

    • thats the million dollar question

      • I'd guess a max. of 30 days

  • +5

    I have Woolworths pet insurance for my Maltese dog for the past 4 years. It goes up around 10% every year even without a claim.
    I complained to Financial Authority ombsuman and they reimbursed the increase for this year as a gest of goodwill.
    Pet insurance is the worst insurance in regards claims in Australia in my opinion. They make things difficult as they want to avoid paying you. Many stories of people saying they try to blame claims as pre existent conditions.
    Worth it? I am not sure. I try to avoid claiming for small things as this can drive the prices up quicker. I would claim for expensive diseases like cancer though.
    I just want a piece of mind as my dog is my family. But pet insurance is the worst type of insurance we have in Australia in my opinion.