On Super Bowl Sunday, think about doing something really super…getting life insurance.
This Sunday, the New England Patriots will play the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Like the other 50 Super Bowls before it, this event should be, well, super.
But there’s another important “super” game out there. And this particular “game” doesn’t require you to wear a heavy padded uniform and protective helmet. But to be good at this game, you need to know the rules…and play to win.
What “game” are we talking about? The game of life insurance! In this game, as in the game of football, there are winners…and there are losers. But to win in this game, you just have to do one thing right. And it’s really quite simple. All you have to do is…die with your policy in force. That’s it. Just six little words. But they are powerful words, indeed.
Now, the life insurance companies pray that you never learn how to play this game to win. But if you can memorize this one play, you can save a boatload of money on your next life insurance policy.
And all you have to do to keep your policy “in force”…is pay your premiums on time. Pretty simply, huh? If you do that, you win…and the insurance company loses. Why? Because if you die with your policy not in force (ergo, the policy lapses, for whatever reason), the insurance company is under no obligation to pay your family one red cent of your death benefit.
So to summarize, the key to winning the game of life insurance is keeping your policy up-to-date and in force. At AccuQuote, we think that’s a winning strategy that’s just super.
For over 30 years, AccuQuote has been helping people save big money on their life insurance. Our fierce independence means you’ll get the best values and most competitive quotes in the marketplace. We only represent the top-rated, brand-name life insurance companies that you know and trust.
If you would like to learn more about how to win the game of life insurance, watch this video.
For more information on this topic, call AccuQuote at 800-442-9899.