Choose from Sainsbury’s Bank Home or Home Plus insurance, along with a range of optional extras to help you get just the right home insurance policy.
Sainsbury’s Bank home insurance has been given a five-star expert rating by Defaqto.
Providing two levels of cover, Home or Home Plus, with Sainsbury’s Bank home insurance you can choose buildings or contents insurance, or a combination of the two.
There’s also a range of optional extras you can choose from to help you tailor your home insurance cover.
Plus, the Sainsbury's Bank home insurance app means you can manage your policy from your device - helping you to keep tabs on your cover, upload documents and view renewal dates.
But remember that when you’re looking at home insurance options, it’s always wise to compare policies and quotes to make sure you get the best deal.
To help you get the right level of cover to suit your needs and circumstances, Sainsbury's Bank offers two levels of home insurance: Home or Home Plus.
This standard home insurance cover comes with some useful features and there’s also a range of flexible optional extras you can choose.
The cover includes:
This increased level of cover includes the features that come as standard, but Home Plus also includes:
Buildings insurance helps to make sure the structure of your home is protected. It also protects your fixtures and fittings, including fitted kitchens and bathroom suites.
Sainsbury’s Bank buildings insurance covers you for loss and damage to your home caused by unexpected events like fire, floods and storms.
Sainsbury’s Bank standard buildings cover includes:
It could cost you a lot of money to repair or replace your belongings if something unexpected happened to your home or its contents.
Sainsbury’s Bank contents insurance will protect your possessions if they were to get lost, stolen or damaged by events like fire, floods and burglary.
Sainsbury’s Bank standard contents cover includes:
If you’d like more protection, you can increase your cover for things like accidental damage, bike cover and personal possessions by adding optional extras to your policy.
There are plenty of extras that you can add on to your policy to get the protection you need. These include:
Boosts your cover to include mishaps like putting your foot through the roof
Gives you extra protection against accidents, like spilling paint on your new carpet
Add some extra protection to your contents insurance by protecting your belongings when you’re out and about, includes your mobile phone and laptop
Provides help when you find yourself dealing with an emergency like a broken boiler or blocked drain
Helps to cover the cost of lost or stolen keys and arrange for key or lock repairs and replacements
This can be useful if you find yourself needing legal advice or to cover legal expenses if you or your family need to go to court
Protect your bikes when you’re out and about and get up to £1,000 cover for each bike
This will refund the total amount of excess you have to pay if you make an eligible claim
You can call the Sainsbury’s Bank customer service team on 0345 850 5500.
Lines are open:
If you need to make a claim on your home insurance, you’ll need to give the Sainsbury’s Bank claims department a call on: 0800 206 1965.
Lines are open:
They’ll take all the details they need from you to assess your claim and determine the next steps required.
You might be asked for proof like receipts and any photographs you’ve taken of the items and the damage itself.
If the claim’s accepted they’ll pay you for the cost of any items or damage that was covered under your policy.
Sainsbury’s Bank home insurance is underwritten by UK Insurance Limited.
It’s authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
At more than 150 years old, Sainsbury’s is one of the UK’s oldest major supermarkets. And in 1997, it also became the first supermarket to open a bank.
Originally a joint venture with the Bank of Scotland, today Sainsbury’s Bank is now fully owned by Sainsbury’s.
Information on this page correct as of 11 March 2022.