Progressive’s multi-policy discount is 5% off one of the policies’ premiums, on average. Customers can earn the Progressive multi-policy discount by bundling any combination of two or more insurance policies from Progressive, such as auto, home, renters, boat, motorcycle and RV insurance policies.
For example, if you start with home insurance, you can add auto insurance or any other policy at a later date to qualify for Progressive’s multi-policy discount. Just keep in mind that the discount will only appear on one of your policies.
The Progressive multi-policy discount does not require an auto insurance policy. But if you bundle home and auto insurance with Progressive, you could be eligible for a discount that’s twice as large.
Multi-Policy vs. Multi-Car Discounts From Progressive:
Progressive’s multi-policy discount is different from its multi-car discount. The Progressive multi-car discount allows you to save a maximum of 12% on your auto insurance premium when you insure two or more vehicles with Progressive.
If you don’t have more than one car and don’t need more than one type of insurance policy, however, Progressive offers plenty of other discounts that could help you reduce the cost of your coverage.
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