Health insurance rewards

Take advantage of these health insurance frequent flyer rewards, gym membership discounts and more.

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These days many health funds give you health insurance rewards when you take out a policy with them. This can include frequent flyer points, discounts on gym memberships, health management courses and money off retail. We've listed some of the perks currently available below (September 2021).

1. Frequent flyer rewards

Health insurance providers associated with airline brands often give you frequent flyer points for every dollar you pay in premiums. You can use them towards travel and retail, plus most automatically reward you a large amount of points when you sign-up.

2. Health and wellbeing rewards

Health insurance policies often include incentives such as discounted access to health-related products and services or benefits that reward members for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This can include discounted gym memberships, children's swimming classes, quit smoking classes, group exercise classes and weight loss programs.

3. Health management benefits

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Some health funds are providing practical assistance with health issues in the form of free or discounted access to programs and classes related to specific health issues. This can include chronic illness recovery classes, diabetes management programs, asthma management classes and weight management programs.

4. Retail rewards and discounts

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Lots of health insurers give you discounts on shopping with specific brands and retailers. This can include e-Gift cards, discounted movie vouchers, cash back on flights and hotel bookings you make and money off opticians like Specsavers and OPSM.

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