WE'LL REPLACE IT BEFORE YOU EVEN MISS IT
Now that you've got your new Argos item, why not make sure it's protected with Argos Replacement Care, provided by Domestic & General. If it gets damaged accidentally, or breaks down due to a fault, our priority is to get you back up-and-running as soon as possible.
With Argos Replacement Care, in the event of accidental damage or breakdown, we'll give you a like-for-like, brand-new replacement right away. You won't even notice it's gone!
HOW DO I BUY ARGOS CARE?
We sell Argos Care at the same time you buy your Argos product. You'll see the product insurance options when you add your item to trolley.
If you've got something from Argos but not quite sure if you want product insurance, you've got 45 days from when you bought it to add Argos Care. Just pop into store with your receipt and one of our colleagues will get it sorted for you. Your product will be covered right away. Phew that's a relief.
SO, WHAT'S INCLUDED?
AND WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED?
NOW, FOR THE FINER DETAILS...
For more information about Argos Replacement Care, you can read or print the Insurance Product Information Document (IPID) and Replacement Care brochure below...
MAKING A CLAIM - WE'RE HERE FOR YOU
The true test of any insurance is when you need to make a claim. With Argos Replacement Care, it couldn't be simpler...
Just visit your local Argos store with the following handy:
COMPARE YOUR PRODUCT INSURANCE
We've worked hard with our insurance provider to make sure that with Argos Replacement Care you can have peace of mind if the unexpected happens. But it's always good to check other options, so here's a handy, unbiased website where you can check our cover against other insurers.
Argos Replacement Care is provided by Domestic & General Insurance PLC. Registered Office: Swan Court, 11 Worple Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4JS. Registered in England and Wales. Company No. 485850.
Domestic & General Insurance PLC is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.