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Cigna extends multi-benefit discount

Cigna NZ says it has extended its multi-benefit discount offer to new customers and customers taking out new cover, until October 31.

Monday, June 28th 2021, 11:54AM

The offer applies to Cigna's Assurance Extra product range when customers take out at least $200,000 of life, or an equivalent amount of life income cover, alongside at least one additional qualifying benefit.

Customers are eligible for a discount of up to 7% if they purchase life cover and one or more additional benefits from Cigna's trauma, complete disablement or monthly disability range of products.

Premium cover and redundancy covers are not qualifying benefits, so will not activate or increase the discount however, the premiums for these benefits will be discounted as part of the overall discount offer.

Tags: Cigna Life insurance

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