As the weather warms up, everyone leaves their homes and goes to foreign countries or a summer house for vacation.

But even away from home, you need to be sure of his safety.

PASHA Insurance for those who want to insure their home against possible risks "Insure your home, win a gift!"

presents a new campaign called

Thus, by purchasing one of the Zeytun, Chinar, and Juke packages included in the "Yashil Baku" voluntary property insurance product, you will insure your home and get a shopping card as a gift from PASHA Insurance.

Based on our new campaign, when our customers purchase one of the Chinar packages with an insurance fee of 99 AZN, Cöka with an insurance fee of 149 AZN, or Zeytun with an insurance fee of 199 AZN, they will receive a purchase worth 30 AZN, 40 AZN and 50 AZN, respectively, in the "BRAVO" market chain. they will receive a shopping card as a gift.

It should be noted that our customers who want to get individual voluntary property insurance and whose insurance premium is higher than 200 AZN will also benefit from the campaign and get a gift card worth 50 AZN.

The campaign is valid from May 10 to May 31.

To get voluntary property insurance products, as well as to get detailed information about the campaign, you can contact *7000 – Insurance Advice Line or apply online through the link

In addition, it is also possible to apply by writing to the official "Facebook" and "Instagram" social media accounts of PASHA Insurance.

PASHA Insurance Company, which is currently the leader of the non-life insurance sector, has been operating since 2006.

PASHA Insurance, a member of "PASHA Holding" group, provides services for 36 types of voluntary and compulsory insurance to about 300,000 corporate and individual clients.

"S&P Global Ratings" international rating agency has approved the issuer's long-term credit rating and financial stability rating of "PASHA Insurance" OJSC at "BB", and the rating forecast at "Stable".

It is one of the leading and largest insurance companies in the insurance market by the size of the company's capital, insurance collections, insurance payments and other indicators.