Dignity Funeral Plan Price Rise

Dignity Funeral Plan Price Rise

Funeral Plan Quotes

Funeral Plan Quotes

Dignity Funeral Plan price rise is from 1st December.  Anyone whom we might have recommended the Dignity Funeral Plan to (as it happened to be the best for their particular circumstances) who hasn’t returned their application will need to contact us for a review of the recommendation.  The Dignity Funeral Plan price rise may mean it is no longer the best buy for them.   Their is a brief window where applications we receive before Christmas will be honoured at the old prices – a substantial saving.

Go here for a review of Dignity Funeral Plans or for Independent advice contact us.

The price rise from Dignity Funeral Plans is just a part of the regular ongoing increases in funeral plan prices which all providers have to do.  We will therefore be revising our recommendations in the light of the changes for new enquiries.  This happens all the time and is one of the reasons that we recommend that people don’t return our enquiry form until they are actually ready to buy.   The process of making a recommendation is quite labour intensive, and we often only get a days or two’s advance warning of price increases, at which point all outstanding recommendations new reviewing!

With regard to the Dignity Funeral Plan price rise, the whole of their documentation has been altered, so unless you can get the application to us before Christmas (and the post is already slowing) you will need a complete new Funeral Plan application pack even if the Dignity Funeral Plan remains our recommendation for your situation.

If you get the application in the post to us quickly, by all means use our Funeral Plan FREEPOST address, but a good old fashioned first class stamp might save you a fair bit of money.

As ever, we remain willing to give guidance at no extra cost on pre-paid Funeral Plans, as long as you are willing to act reasonably promptly, and submit your applications through us.  Where else will you get INDEPENDENT Funeral Plan advice?

 

Dignity Funeral Plan Price Rise 2011.