Argos Pet Insurance

Argos Pet Insurance

Insure your Pet for only £3.99 per month with Argos Pet Insurance

Argos Pet Insurance are now giving 5% OFF for your dog or cat cover only when you buy online. Today, vet fees are considered expensive so it’s really important to get full cover when treating your pet if it became ill. Take a look at the many features listed below:

Argos Pet Insurance

From £3.99 per month

Argos Key Facts

  • Save 5% when you purchase online
  • Cover on vet fees
  • Cover tailored to your pet needs
  • No maximum age limit on your pet
  • Free legal and vet advice helpline
  • This offer may change. Please visit the Argos website for current offer details.

Argos the home shopping and retail store operating in the UK is owned by GUS plc. The Argos Retail Group has now de-merged to be known as the Home Retail Group. Argos is the UK's biggest catalogue retailer. ARG Financial Services provide all Argos insurance products and the Argos Card. Argos Insurance Services is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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  • Argos Pet Insurance contact details and information:
    Postal Address: Argos Direct, Acton Gate, Stafford, ST18 9AR.
    Telephone Number: 0870 600 8784
    Website Address: www.argos.co.uk

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