Nationwide makes it easy to bundle your insurance policies and save. With a multi-policy discount, you may be able to save time and money by combining two or more insurance policies together.

Multi-policy discount combinations

Our multiple policy insurance discounts can apply to combinations of:

Auto + home

If you own a home and a car, and insure them both through Nationwide, you can earn a discount on your auto policy. Save up to 20% when you bundle home and car insurance with Nationwide.[1]

Auto + renters

You’re still eligible for a discount if you rent and need to insure a car. Get both policies through Nationwide and enjoy the savings.

Motorcycle + renters

Don’t own a home—or a car? Still eligible for savings. Bundling motorcycle and renters insurance still gets you a discount with Nationwide.

Auto + home + life insurance

Save on your insurance bill when you combine your auto, home and life insurance.

Multi-car

Insure more than one vehicle with Nationwide and save on auto insurance.

Boat + auto

Are you a boater? Save on car insurance by also purchasing a Nationwide boat policy.

Benefits of bundling insurance

When you bundle your insurance policies with Nationwide, you’ll experience a number of benefits, including:

  • Saving on the coverage you need
  • Fewer insurance hassles, with all of your policies in one place
  • Flexible options if you need to make any changes
  • Excellent customer service from top Nationwide agents
By protecting all your property with one company, you can save money and simplify your life. Monthly bills can go to the same place, and you’ll never have to wonder which company to call when filing a claim.

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Multiple-policy discounts can apply to combinations of home insurance, auto insurance, life insurance, motorcycle insurance, boat insurance or other Nationwide policies.

[1] Average annualized savings on home and auto premiums, compared to stand-alone price of each policy, based on national data from May 2020. Actual savings will vary based on state, policy coverage selections, and rating factors.