finder Flash Sale: 3 days of deals across our biggest money products and brands

Elizabeth Barry 12 February 2018 NEWS

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Get ready to save on everything from home loans to travel insurance in the finder Flash Sale.

Finder is constantly working hard to help you find the best deal, whether that be on your next credit card, a car loan or even life insurance. To do that, we help you compare. But for three days this February, we have gone a step further to getting you the best deal and locked in over 140 exclusive offers from a range of banks, lenders and brands.

Get ready for the finder Flash Sale.

When is the finder Flash Sale?

The finder Flash Sale starts at 8am on 26 February and will last for 72 hours. All deals will be made available at the beginning of the sale, so check at any time during the three days to take advantage of the deals.

What deals will be available?

All will be revealed at 8am on 26 February! However, we can confirm that we have deals for the following products:

  • Credit cards
  • Home loans
  • Personal and car loans
  • Insurance
  • Broadband and tech
  • Money transfers
  • Mobile phone
  • Business
  • Travel
  • Shopping

What do I have to do?

For now, nothing! Simply head over to our finder Flash Sale page to explore deals on the day. You can also sign up to receive an email alert on the day. There will be over 140 offers available so make sure you set plenty of time aside of deal hunting!

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