Looking to save? Check out these deals from Australian health funds for August 2019.
To save you the hassle of scouring the internet for these offers Finder has done it for you. Here are a selection of limited time offers from well-known Australian funds that could save you bucks on your health insurance purchase. Happy hunting.
Health insurance deals from participating funds for August 2019
Get up to $200 off when joining hospital & extras
Singles and single parents get up to $100, couples and families get up to $200.
Sometimes, you can take advantage of discounts that are available in certain situations:
Corporate policies. Check with your employer to see if they offer corporate health insurance. Corporate sector discounts of up to 12% are often granted by health funds, which are then passed onto employees in the form of cheaper policies.
Family policies. Many health funds offer incentives for families, such as no hospital admission excess for children, no-gap dental and allowing you to keep your child on your policy until they turn 25 (if they are studying full time).
Single parent policies. Health funds have been allowed to provide single parents with a reduced premium compared to the family rate since 2007. If your fund does not offer a reduced rate, consider moving to another fund that does.
Annual and direct debit discounts. Look for a fund that rewards you for prepaying your premiums or having them direct debited out of your account.
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Richard Laycock is Finder's insurance editor, and has spent the last five years wrangling insurance product disclosure statements. His musings about insurance have appeared on Money Mag, Yahoo Finance, and Travel Weekly. When he’s not helping people make sense of insurance fine print, he is testing the quality of cocktails in his newfound home of New York. Richard studied Media at Macquarie University and The Missouri School of Journalism and has a Tier 1 Certification in General Advice for Life Insurance.
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