It’s not too late to save on health insurance: last-minute deals compared

Richard Laycock 12 April 2016

Did you miss out on getting health insurance before the rate rise? There are still deals to be had.

Health Insurance Savings

Are you kicking yourself because you didn't switch your health insurance policy before the 31 March cut-off?

While those premiums are locked in, it doesn't mean that health funds have stopped fighting for your hard-earned dollars.

Below is a table of deals, discounts and other offers available from health funds in Australia that can help you save this April.

FundHealth insurance dealMore info about fund
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ahm
  • For a limited time, you can score one month free when you take out hospital and extras cover and commence your policy with ahm health insurance on or by 30 April 2016.
GMHBA health fund
  • Join or switch to GMHBA today and get no waiting periods on any extras when joining combined cover. Offer only available to new members and ends 30 April 2016.
HCF
  • Join before 15 May 2016 and HCF will waive the two and six month waiting periods on over 20+ benefits. Offer only available to new members taking out hospital and extras cover.
nib
  • Join by 30 April 2016 and get a Cinema Pass worth up to $250.
AustralianUnity
  • No current promotion
Transport Health
  • No current promotion

 

Bupa
  • No current promotion
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hif
  • No current promotion
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