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FREE 3rd Gen Amazon Echo Dot for Travelers Homeowners Insurance Customers

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I was looking over my homeowners insurance policy and saw a link to "Additional Benefits".

Visit https://travelers.com/additionalbenefits to see if you're eligible to get a free Amazon Echo Dot. If eligible, they give you a code to use at checkout on Amazon.

This has been posted previously, but those promo periods have expired.

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Help manage your policy and your home. Get a free Amazon Echo Dot and enable the Travelers and Travelers Home Central skills for Amazon Alexa. Offer available for a limited time to qualifying dwelling policies in eligible states. Quantities limited in CA.*

* This program expires on December 31, 2019. Limit one per qualifying policy. Offer not transferrable. Offer code must be redeemed within 30 days of receipt of code. Only one code will be given per policy. Offer valid with Travelers dwelling policy in CA. Offer valid with dwelling policy in Travelers new homeowners program in AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, GA, IA, ID, IL, KS, KY, MA, ME, MD, MN, MO, MS, NE, NJ, NM, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT and WI. In CA, offer limited to the first 15,000 to redeem offer. To check your eligibility, have your policy number handy and select "check eligibility". The Echo Dot is provided by Travelers, Amazon is not a sponsor of this offer.
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Worked for me. Thanks op
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Also worked for me. Thanks OP!
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You should let people know clearly it's for homeowners insurance and not auto insurance
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Worked even through I have done this promo in a prior year. Thanks!
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I got an "Unable to verify your eligibility" message. Guess I don't qualify.
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You should let people know clearly it's for homeowners insurance and not auto insurance
updated the subject
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Got a code but Amazon says it has expired. WTH?
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I got an "Unable to verify your eligibility" message. Guess I don't qualify.

Got same error and of course by the time they respond to the email (as I SHOULD qualify based on description of criteria) it will be long past the 15000 available.
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I got the expired error message too
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Me too. Anyone knows who to call?
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Did this promo on my previous home in January 2018, then my current home in June 2019. Still on same policy and year with current home and was eligible again 6 months later. Another free Dot that I don't need. Haha TU and Repped!
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Worked even through I have done this promo in a prior year. Thanks!
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Got a code but Amazon says it has expired. WTH?
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Got same error and of course by the time they respond to the email (as I SHOULD qualify based on description of criteria) it will be long past the 15000 available.
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I got the expired error message too
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Me too. Anyone knows who to call?
I got this deal last year also, just tried it again and it gave me a code to use. Tried using the code just now and it says it is expired.

Who did you guys contact to try and get this resolved? I don't see contact info for this specific promo and I'm assuming the regular insurance customer service will not even know it's going on.
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Not eligible in NY. That's sucks
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I got this deal last year also, just tried it again and it gave me a code to use. Tried using the code just now and it says it is expired.

Who did you guys contact to try and get this resolved? I don't see contact info for this specific promo and I'm assuming the regular insurance customer service will not even know it's going on.
Guess the number claimed has exceeded 15000 for CA, which is in the term.
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