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Why is there a disclaimer on the Allstate Auto Insurance commericals that says "Not available in all states"?


Asked by Anonymous at 10:58 AM on Mar. 15, 2010 in Just for Fun

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  • It's the same way $5 (any, any, any) Footlongs still don't apply to premium subs. (which ever ones those are)
    Also, how the $10 any pizza from Pizza Hut, doesn't include any specialty crust or more than 3 toppings.

    Any and ALL must have different definitions to advertising folk. Any thing on their list, or all the items on their list....goodness.

    Answer by Pnukey at 11:28 AM on Mar. 15, 2010

  • because it isn't available in all states I'm guessing?

    Answer by peanutsmommy1 at 11:05 AM on Mar. 15, 2010

  • no its not lol but its called ALLstate insurance.. get it?

    Answer by Anonymous at 11:06 AM on Mar. 15, 2010

  • Some states have their own set of laws regarding insurance. I know that when I moved to Mass., I had to drop my Progressive insurance b/c Mass. had its own set of laws that were so specific and the large companies could not operate there. They also had 'across-the-bar' rates, so companies, like All-State and Progressive, could not offer competative rates. It was very frustrating! The rates were REDICULOUS! I believe Mass. has since opened the doors to competative rates, but man, I sure paid a crazy premium when I lived there!

    Answer by kenzie07 at 11:08 AM on Mar. 15, 2010

  • HAHA, Pnukey! I agree! Those commercials that say ANY and ALL but really mean 'this select group' should be fined.

    Answer by kenzie07 at 11:44 AM on Mar. 15, 2010