Avalon’s new tailored funeral plan gives you the flexibility to choose the elements you want when you pay for your funeral in advance.
Buying a pre-paid funeral plan is a great way to beat rising funeral costs by securing funeral director fees at today’s prices. Avalon has a range of plans to suit everyone – including a new Build Your Own funeral plan that puts you in control from as little as £17.76 per month.
It’s easy and simple to choose a personalised funeral plan that’s right for you. Start by answering just four questions online to start building your plan.
You can then add optional extras, such as upgrading to a premium coffin or adding viewing at the Chapel of Rest. The total price of your Build Your Own plan will update immediately, showing you how much your bespoke plan will cost with the options you’ve chosen.
If you’d like to pay in full, you can even buy your tailored funeral plan online. Or you can explore Avalon’s range of flexible payment options, letting you spread the cost across several months or years.
Why buy an Avalon funeral plan?
- Beat rising funeral costs by securing funeral director fees at today’s prices. Industry studies show that the average cost of a funeral has more than doubled since 2004, and could reach as much as £12,000 in 15 years’ time.
- Save your family from the worry of arranging your funeral by making plans in advance. When the time comes, your nominated funeral director will take care of the arrangements.
- Choose a plan with the UK’s most trusted funeral plan provider. Avalon has over 1,000 customer reviews on Trustpilot, with a score of 9.6 out of 10.
- Make important decisions, such as whether you want burial or cremation. Find peace of mind knowing that you’ll get the final send-off you want.
Build your own funeral plan online now to see how much you can save by securing funeral director fees at today’s prices, from just £17.76 a month.
About the author
With a Masters from the University of Bristol, Jessica Hanson has worked in the funeral sector for several years, following the latest industry trends and writing about end of life planning. Jessica has previously written as a blogger for the Huffington Post, covering topics such as death positivity, understanding grief and how funerals are changing. You can find Jessica on LinkedIn and Twitter.