Earn up to 70,000 bonus flybuys points with Medibank

Sally McMullen 18 April 2017 NEWS

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Reward yourself with bonus flybuys points when you sign up with Medibank this month.

Purchasing health insurance is not the way most of us would like to spend our money, but the promise of bonus flybuys points could be the extra incentive you need to apply for cover.

If you sign up for Medibank health insurance by 30 April 2017, you can collect up to 70,000 bonus flybuys points. That's enough to save you $350 when you shop at Coles, Target and Kmart. Exactly how many bonus points you can collect will depend on the level of cover you go for.

You’ll receive the full 70,000 bonus points if you sign up for a hospital and extras policy for a family, couple or single parent. On the other end of the spectrum, you can still earn up to 10,000 bonus points if you apply for an extras-only policy for singles.

You can see the breakdown of bonus points below.

Families, couples and single parents

Hospital and extrasHospital onlyExtras only
70,000 bonus points35,000 bonus points17,500 bonus points

Singles

Hospital and extrasHospital onlyExtras only
35,000 bonus points17,500 bonus points10,000 bonus points

To take advantage of the bonus points, make sure you quote the promo code "flybuys" when you sign up online, over the phone or in-store. It’s also important to note that the points will only be rewarded once you’ve had your policy for at least six months.

Additionally, flybuys will continue to reward you for your healthy lifestyle after you’ve signed up. If you link your flybuys and Medibank memberships to your Fitbit or Garmin activity tracker, you can continue to collect 10 flybuys points every day that you reach 10,000 steps. Once you’ve linked your accounts, you’ll also enjoy triple flybuys points on fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables.

While the idea of 70,000 bonus flybuys points and extra rewards is tempting, make sure you compare your options before you apply. Medibank just one of the insurance providers that offers points on sign up and you should always base your decision around the inclusions and coverage to make sure you’re getting the right policy for you.

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