Cookie Policy

Last Update: Apr 11, 2024

This Cookie Policy (“Policy”) applies to the websites operated by (referred to as “the Site/s”, “Here2Compare”, “we”, or “us”). By accessing and using our Site, you agree to the use of cookies as detailed in this Policy.

We reserve the right to update this Policy periodically. Significant changes to the Cookie Policy will be communicated via the Site/s. We encourage you to review this page regularly to stay informed about our cookie practices. Your continued use of the Site signifies your acceptance of any modifications to this Policy. If you disagree with the terms of this Policy, your only recourse is to stop using the Site or to adjust your browser settings to refuse cookies.

This Cookie Policy is part of our Privacy Policy, and any terms defined in the Privacy Policy will carry the same meaning here. This Policy outlines the following:

1. Overview of Cookies: What cookies are and how they are used.

2. Types of Cookies We Use: The specific cookies we use and their purposes.

3. Managing Cookies: How you can control cookie settings through your browser.

4. Changes to the Cookie Policy: How we will notify you of changes to this Policy.

Understanding Cookies

A cookie is a small text file stored in your web browser that allows a website or a third party to recognize you as a visitor (not as an individual). Cookies may be used for the following purposes: (1) to enable specific functions; (2) to provide analytics; (3) to store your preferences; and (4) to facilitate ad delivery and behavioral advertising.

Types of Cookies

Cookies can be classified as either session cookies or persistent cookies. A session cookie automatically expires when you close your browser, whereas a persistent cookie remains until it reaches its expiration date or you delete it. Expiration dates are set within the cookies and can range from a few minutes to longer periods. Cookies set by the website you are visiting are called “first-party cookies,” while those set by other entities are called “third-party cookies.”

Cookies and Pixel Tags

Cookies are often used with pixel tags on websites. Pixel tags (also known as web beacons or clear GIFs) are transparent graphic images placed on a website. These pixels work in combination with cookies to track visitors’ actions from the original website via our site to partner websites. For instance, we or our partners may use pixel tags to track interactions on our sites, understand referrals to partners from our sites, or for retargeting purposes as described in the Privacy Policy, or for other interest-based advertising explained further in section 5 below.

Purpose of Cookies on the Site

When you access or use the site, or interact with the services, we or a third party may place several cookies in your browser. Some cookies are used only if you utilize specific features or select certain preferences, while others serve long-term purposes, as detailed in our Privacy Policy.

Third-Party Cookies and Advertising

We collaborate with and allow certain third parties, including advertising networks and website analysis firms, to place cookies on your device when you interact with advertisements featured in our communications, such as email marketing. These third-party cookies and similar technologies gather non-personally identifiable information about your activities on our emails and third-party sites to deliver ads relevant to your interests. Some of these third parties participate in the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), a self-regulatory program that offers consumers better understanding and control over ads customized based on their online behavior. For more information and to make choices about preference-based ads from participating third parties, please visit the DAA website at

Categories of Cookies

Essential Cookies

These first-party cookies enable users to use features of the site such as: (i) staying logged in, (ii) calling our partner through the site, or (iii) making purchases.

Analytics Cookies

These cookies track information about how the site is used so we can improve it and report on performance. We may also use analytics cookies to test new ads, pages, or features to see how users respond. Analytics cookies can be either first-party or third-party cookies.

Preference Cookies

These first-party cookies store your site preferences.

Ad Targeting Cookies

These third-party cookies (also known as “behavioral” or “targeted” advertising cookies) are placed by advertising platforms or networks to: (i) deliver ads and track ad performance, and (ii) enable advertising networks to deliver ads that may be relevant based on your activities.

Use of Cookies by Third Parties on the Site

Third-party entities like analytics vendors or ad networks typically use cookies to collect user information anonymously. They may use this information to better understand users’ activities on the site and other websites they visited immediately after.

Your Cookie Options

If you do not prefer the use of cookies or certain types of cookies, you can change your browser settings to delete cookies that have already been set and to not accept new cookies. For more information on how to do this, visit your browser’s help pages. Note that if you delete cookies or do not accept them, some features of the site may not function correctly, and you may not be able to store your preferences.

You can also opt out of third-party cookies by following the instructions provided by each third party in their privacy policies.

Managing Cookies

Cookies help you get the most out of our site and services. Disabling cookies may result in certain sections of the site not functioning properly.

Disabling Behaviorally Targeted Advertising Cookies

If you are concerned about behaviorally targeted advertising cookies, which serve advertisements based on your use of the site and other websites, users in the European Union can visit and users in the US can visit for more information.

Enabling and Disabling Cookies in Your Browser

Google Chrome

1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.

2. Select Settings.

3. Click ‘Show advanced settings’.

4. In the “Privacy” section, click the ‘Content settings’ button.

– To enable cookies, in the “Cookies” section, select ‘Allow local data to be set’.

– To allow only first-party cookies, select ‘Block all third-party cookies without exception’.

– To disable cookies, select ‘Block sites from setting any data’.

For more details on cookie settings in Chrome, visit Google Support.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0

1. Click on ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Internet Options’.

2. Navigate to the ‘Privacy’ tab.

– To enable cookies, set the slider to ‘Medium’ or below.

– To disable cookies, move the slider to the top to block all cookies.

For more details on cookie settings in Internet Explorer, visit Microsoft Support.

Microsoft Edge

1. Click the “More” action button on the toolbar, and select Settings.

2. Search for View advanced settings and click on it.

3. Under the Cookies section, select either “Don’t block cookies” (default) or “Block only third-party cookies”.

4. Restart Edge.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Click on ‘Tools’ in the browser menu and select ‘Options’.

2. Select the Privacy panel.

– To enable cookies, check ‘Accept cookies for sites’.

– To disable cookies, uncheck ‘Accept cookies for sites’.

For more details on cookie settings in Firefox, visit Mozilla Support.


1. Click on ‘Setting’ in the browser menu and select ‘Settings’.

2. Select ‘Quick Preferences’.

– To enable cookies, check “Enable Cookies”.

– To disable cookies, uncheck “Enable Cookies”.

For more details on cookie settings in Opera, visit Opera Support.

Safari on OSX

1. Click on ‘Safari’ in the menu bar and select the ‘Preferences’ option.

2. Click on ‘Security’.

– To enable cookies, in the ‘Accept cookies’ section, select ‘Only from sites you navigate to’.

– To disable cookies, in the ‘Accept cookies’ section, select ‘Never’.

For more details on cookie settings in Safari, visit Apple Support.

Other Browsers

Please refer to the “help” function in your browser or contact the browser provider for assistance.

Managing Your Cookies

Most internet browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies. As explained above, you can change these settings to block cookies or alert you when cookies are sent to your device. Disabling cookies may impact your experience on the site, such as limiting access to certain areas or receiving personalized content.

Interest-Based Advertising

We and third parties engage in interest-based advertising provided by vendors to deliver advertisements and personalized content that we and other advertisers believe will be of interest to you. If third parties use cookies or other technologies for these services, the site does not control the use of this technology or the resulting information and is not responsible for any actions or policies of such third parties.