A more unusual resolution?
Be more active, learn a new skill, do more for charity, buy a funeral plan?
What are you planning to achieve this New Year? If like many people, finally getting round to sorting out your personal affairs is high up on your list, then now might be a good time to think about taking out a funeral plan, making this one resolution you can stick to.
These days’ funerals no longer have to follow a traditional format and can be anything you want, from the simplest crematorium service to the most elaborate church service with a horse drawn hearse. With so many options available it’s definitely worth thinking about what you would want, and even more importantly, letting your family and friends know.
So why get a funeral plan when you could simply write down your wishes? There are many benefits of taking out a plan, not least of which is taking the financial burden away from your family. Funeral plans are paid for before you pass away, so when the time comes your family don’t have to find the money to carry out your wishes.
You’ll also get to pay for your funeral at today’s prices. We are currently the only national funeral director that offers fully guaranteed funeral plans. This means that we won’t be asking your family to pay anything else should prices rise in the future. The services you have selected will be provided at no additional cost.
Even better, you don’t have to pay for your plan all at once if you choose not to. We have flexible payment options available to suit all.
If you’re interested in taking out one of our plans, we’re offering all Silversurfers subscribers a £150 discount* using the code SURF150. Apply online, or call our customer support team on 0800 389 8377, Monday – Friday 8am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm.
Once it’s done you can tick it off your list, forget all about it and get on with achieving your other plans for the year.
*Total discount includes the online discount and promotional discount.
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