How likely are you to switch when a hot deal ends?

How likely are you to switch when a hot deal ends?

From broadband to 0% cards, many of the best deals are short-lived, then you pay more. We want to find out which products you’re most likely to switch once the initial good deal ends.

Please ONLY ANSWER FOR PRODUCTS YOU HAVE/HAVE HAD RECENTLY... and base it on what you actually do, not what you'd like to think you do.

Results

Balance transfer credit cards (1465 votes)
Very likely 820 votes (56%)
Quite likely 127 votes (9%)
Unlikely 518 votes (35%)
Bank accounts (2101 votes)
Very likely 466 votes (22%)
Quite likely 436 votes (21%)
Unlikely 1199 votes (57%)
Breakdown cover (2001 votes)
Very likely 1151 votes (58%)
Quite likely 411 votes (21%)
Unlikely 439 votes (22%)
Car insurance (2773 votes)
Very likely 2334 votes (84%)
Quite likely 307 votes (11%)
Unlikely 132 votes (5%)
Cashback credit cards (1513 votes)
Very likely 554 votes (37%)
Quite likely 324 votes (21%)
Unlikely 635 votes (42%)
Credit cards for new borrowing/purchases (1352 votes)
Very likely 545 votes (40%)
Quite likely 195 votes (14%)
Unlikely 612 votes (45%)
Gas/electricity (2825 votes)
Very likely 1830 votes (65%)
Quite likely 675 votes (24%)
Unlikely 320 votes (11%)
Home insurance (2694 votes)
Very likely 2079 votes (77%)
Quite likely 421 votes (16%)
Unlikely 194 votes (7%)
Home phone/broadband (2409 votes)
Very likely 1030 votes (43%)
Quite likely 666 votes (28%)
Unlikely 713 votes (30%)
ISAs (2274 votes)
Very likely 1401 votes (62%)
Quite likely 401 votes (18%)
Unlikely 472 votes (21%)
Mobile phone (2091 votes)
Very likely 928 votes (44%)
Quite likely 567 votes (27%)
Unlikely 596 votes (29%)
Mortgages (1451 votes)
Very likely 572 votes (39%)
Quite likely 260 votes (18%)
Unlikely 619 votes (43%)
Savings accounts (2300 votes)
Very likely 1366 votes (59%)
Quite likely 483 votes (21%)
Unlikely 451 votes (20%)
Travel insurance (1796 votes)
Very likely 1154 votes (64%)
Quite likely 282 votes (16%)
Unlikely 360 votes (20%)
TV subscriptions (1510 votes)
Very likely 494 votes (33%)
Quite likely 346 votes (23%)
Unlikely 670 votes (44%)
None of these options are applicable to me (41 votes)
  41 votes (100%)

           3,437 people have voted.

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