GUI and ILGU Members SAVE up to 65% on AIG Car Insurance

​GUI and ILGU Members get Up to 65% Off Car Insurance when they are 6 years claim free*plus they have great offers on home insurance.

  • 22 February 2019

GUI and ILGU Members SAVE up to 65%*on AIG Car Insurance

Car or Home Insurance Renewal? GUI and ILGU Members get Up to 65% Off Car Insurance when they are 6 years claim free*plus they have great offers on home insurance.

PLUS if you get a car or home insurance quote in February you get entered in a FREE draw for one of 5 by GUI Golf Academy  vouchers**

Get an 'AIG Golfer' car or home insurance quote today at www.aig.ie/golf or call our dedicated GUI/ILGU team at 1890 405 405 and see how much you could save!

For Northern Ireland customers please call Rollins Insurance on 02890 429800 for a quote

AIG has been supporting amateur golf in Ireland since 1998 and is proud sponsor of the AIG men's and ladies Cups and Shields and AIG Ireland Close Championship. 

In addition all members will get the below Exclusive Benefits on car insurance as a GUI or ILGU cardholder:

Exclusive Benefits for GUI and ILGU Members​

  1. Free Protected No Claims Bonus
  2. Free golf club equipment cover up to €2k if stolen from locked car boot
  3. Free Windscreen cover

**Terms and conditions apply. *AIG Car Insurance is available from just €346.50. This price includes the government imposed levy and applies to a wide range of quotations. Figure based upon comprehensive insurance for a 58 year old teacher and spouse, living in Dundrum, Dublin 16, 10 year licence, no penalty points, 6 years no claims bonus, 6 years claims free, Driving a 2016 Ford Focus, 1.2 L Petrol, worth €10,000 for Social Domestic and Pleasure. Excludes optional extras. Minimum premium of €330 + levy applies. Protected NCD cover and windscreen cover included. Example correct as of 04/08/2018. Offer valid until 30th June 2019. Normal underwriting acceptance criteria apply. AIG Europe Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority of the United Kingdom, and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules.