Bupa Pet Insurance Discount Codes and Coupons July 2021

Bupa offers a Basic, Standard and Ultimate policy to suit a variety of pet owners, and you can claim up to 80% of your pet's eligible medical expenses.

Bupa pet insurance discounts and deals for July 2021

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Interested in other pet insurance discounts?

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Get 10% off your pet insurance premiums

Get 10% off of the first year. Lower prices for lower risk pets. T&C's apply.
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Get free pet insurance for the first 2 months

Get 2 months free pet insurance when you sign up for cover with Pet Insurance Australia
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Get a $80 eGift card when you buy a Budget Direct Pet Insurance policy by 31st July 2021.

Expires 31 Jul 2021
The eGift Card will be sent after the 21 day cooling off period. Use the link to qualify and redeem the offer. T&Cs apply.
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Save up to 15% when you buy Budget Direct Pet Insurance online

Get 15% off on your first year’s premium when you buy online.
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Get your first month free

Apply for a PD pet insurance policy online and get your first month free. T&C's apply.
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Get $75 Kogan.com Credit

Sign up and get $75 Kogan.com Credit
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Get 2 months free and a personalised pet tag.

Enjoy 2 months free and personalised pet tag. Petsy members enjoy free personalised gifts, exclusive pet discounts and perks for humans.
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1st month free

Get one month free for the first year of new policies, applied across the year.
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Save 10% for rescue animals

Get 10% off your Petsecure pet insurance policy when you adopt a cat or dog through a rescue organisation.
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10% off PetSecure Pet Insurance for Seniors

Get up to 10% off your pet insurance if you hold a pensioners or seniors card.
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10% off if you're over 50

If you're over 50 years old, get 10% off your policy
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1 month free + Medibank health members save 10% every year

Expires 18 Aug 2021
1-month free pet insurance. Plus, health members save 10% every year. T&Cs apply.

What policies are available?

Bupa Pet Insurance has three policies you can choose from to ensure your furry friend is covered for any mishaps. The most basic policy only insures against accidental injuries, while the most comprehensive policy covers injuries and illness, and comes with a range of optional extras. Details for each level of cover are as follows:

Basic

  • Accidental injury cover only
  • $6,000 annual benefit limit
  • Excess choice of $0, $100 or $200
  • $500 emergency boarding

Standard

  • Accidental injury and illness cover
  • Annual benefit limit of $12,000
  • $1,000 emergency boarding
  • Excess choice of $0, $100 or $200
  • Optional routine care cover up to $200 a year

Ultimate

  • Accidental injury and illness cover
  • Annual benefit limit of $20,000
  • $1,500 emergency boarding
  • Excess choice of $0, $100 or $200
  • Optional extras cover for routine care, alternative therapies and dental procedures

Who underwrites Bupa Pet Insurance?

Bupa Pet Insurance is provided by Hollard Insurance Company. Its associate PetSure administers the policies on Hollard’s behalf.

What are the pluses and minuses of choosing Bupa to protect my pet?

Although there is the matter of excess to consider, there are many reasons Bupa’s pet insurance will provide you with peace of mind when it comes to your pet’s health.

Pros
  • High benefit limit. The Ultimate policy has one of the highest annual limits available for pets at $20,000 a year.
  • Routine care benefit. You can add routine care cover to the Standard and Ultimate policies. It comes with an annual benefit limit of $200.
  • Dental and alternative therapies. When you select the Ultimate level of insurance, you can add an optional dental and alternative therapies benefit to your policy.
  • Discount for Bupa members. If you already have personal cover with Bupa, you receive a 10% discount on pet insurance.
  • Fully online. You can apply for a policy as well as make claims online via Bupa’s online portal.
Cons
  • Excess. Each of Bupa’s policies comes with an excess. You can choose a $0 excess, but your premiums will be higher.

How do I apply?

To apply for Bupa pet insurance, you will need to visit their website.

Before applying, consider the different levels of cover available and decide if you want illness cover or any of the optional benefits. Check the product disclosure statement for a full list of exclusions and conditions to ensure that the policies are right for you.

Once you have chosen a policy, you can get a quote and purchase insurance through Bupa’s website. Alternatively, you can apply over the phone.

How do I make a claim?

You can submit a claim to Bupa online or through the post. All invoices must be fully paid before claiming, and you must make your claim within 90 days of receiving treatment.

Along with the claims forms you need to submit invoices and consultation notes. For the first claim only you also have to submit a record of your pet’s medical history.

Some questions people have about Bupa

Can I cancel my policy if I’m not happy with it?

All Bupa Pet Insurance policies come with a 21-day cooling-off period. You can cancel your policy within this time and receive a full refund. After this period you will receive a pro rata amount based on the time remaining on your policy. Once you have made a claim, you may cancel your policy but will not receive any refund or remaining premium back.


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