Liberty Seguros are rewarding both existing and new customers


BETWEEN 20 March and 26 June 2017, existing customers of Liberty Seguros who take out a new home, car or life insurance policy, which is paid by direct debit, will be rewarded with 60€ cashback directly to their bank account as long as it’s in the SEPA zone.

Normally these cashback offers have been exclusively for new customers but now, Liberty Seguros is rewarding loyalty to their own customers too with this 60€ cashback.

However, new customers, taking out their first policy with the company, are not forgotten either. By taking out any of the aforementioned insurance covers they will get 40€ cashback paid into their bank account in the SEPA zone, again if paid by direct debit!

These offers are not for renewals or replacements and some minimum premiums apply. For example, car insurance must be for fully comprehensive cover with an annual premium exceeding 400€; Home insurance premiums for cover on the mainland and the Balearics must exceed 200€ or 150€ if the home is in the Canary Islands; and finally, Life Insurance premiums must have a value greater than 150€.

One advantage in choosing Liberty Seguros is also the fact that you can discuss your requirements with a true professional agent or broker face-to-face (of which Liberty has over 300), in your own language, making the whole procedure much more personal than doing things over a telephone.

Liberty Seguros provides insurance not only for car, home, life, but also for pet, business and commercial, leisure like golf, marine, and personal injury; almost anything you may need to do with insurance from one leading company. That’s why Liberty Seguros is considered the expat’s number one choice.

For those who need the whereabouts of a Liberty broker or agent, they simply have to call 91 342 25 49 or visit

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