This was posted 6 months 24 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Medibank Private: $400/ $200 adidas Gift Card + Waive 2 and 6 Month Waiting Periods on Extras


Join combined hospital & extras by February 28 and you could get an adidas e-gift card worth $400 (couples/families) or $200 (singles/single parents). Plus, we'll waive 2 and 6 month waiting periods on extras. Use promo code ADIDAS ~

Things you should know

~ For new members on new memberships who have not held Medibank cover in the last 60 days and who join and start Medibank combined hospital and extras cover during the promo period (from Jan 1, 2019 – Feb 28, 2019). Must quote promo code ADIDAS and set up direct debit when joining. Not available on Accident Cover, Visitors Health Insurance, Working Visa Health Insurance, OSHC, Ambulance Cover, ahm covers, some Corporate covers and other selected covers. Not available with any other offer. E- gift card terms: Must maintain eligible cover for 40 consecutive days after the policy start date. E-gift card could take up to 8 weeks from the policy start date to arrive by email. Singles and single parents will receive a $200 adidas e-gift card, and families and couples will receive 2 x $200 adidas e-gift cards. E-gift card can only be redeemed at adidas’s online store, is not transferrable and is valid 12 months from date of issue. E-gift card must be activated within 3 months from date of issue. E-gift card cannot be redeemed on outlet items, on limited edition products, or on super exclusive products. For full list of exclusions see E-gift card can only be used in a single transaction and any unused balance in that transaction will be forfeited. E-gift card is subject to the adidas standard terms and conditions. For full terms and conditions on activating and using your card see 2 & 6 waiver terms: 2 and 6 month waiting periods on extras waived. Other waiting periods apply. If you’ve reached your limits from a previous fund you may not be able to claim straight away.

^ Cover only for Accidents that occur after join date. Excludes claims covered by third parties such as Workcover and our Private Room Promise. Out of pockets may apply.

  • Waiting periods apply. For ambulance attendance or transportation to a hospital where immediate professional attention is required and your medical condition is such that you couldn't be transported any other way. Tasmania and Queensland have state schemes to cover ambulance services for residents of those states.

Where annual income for Medicare Levy Surcharge purposes is over $90,000 as a single (or $180,000 as a couple/family).

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Referrer gets $100, Referee gets 4 weeks free.

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  • +6 votes

    "Could get" gift card … is this a raffle?

  • +3 votes

    Valid for full price products only. Voucher is useless if all their stuff are on sale.


    the wording is pretty vague. "could get".

  • +1 vote

    As my Doctors and specialists all say Medibank is covering everything except Healthcare.


    My Doctors who take the insurances have a commented In one form or another that there are so many exclusions that it is not worth it. These comments arose when I suggested to cover the costs, I would take out medibank insurance.They would know. I rely on thier expertise.


      So what's their suggestion?


        I opted out of medibank and bupa. Somewhat cheap but terrible coverage. Have a look at non for profit health insurances. I’d suggest looking into CUA insurance or Slightly more expensive month to month, but you’ll get back your money easily when making claims - a government website that lists all private health companies. If you click on the company then performance tab, you’ll see all the statistics ie number of complaints/investigations against the company


          U r correct. Although I like mbp more than Bupa. Bupa is just a rip off both to patients and providers, I’m sure most educated people know. HCF is another good alternative. But cua and are good too.


    Not worth it; BUPA is $60 cheaper for same insurance.


    Local government employees get slightly better cover and lower cost. I just signed up for this last week.


    Not worth the trouble of dealing with Medibank, terrible experience with trying to sign up with them less than half a year ago. We found out we weren't covered because of Medibank's failed processes where documentation wasn't recorded and we weren't even notified which they put the responsibility on us to fix, after discussing our problems with other health insurers we left requested a full refund for non-existent cover.


    I'm an ex Medibank and currently on Bupa. Miles away in terms on customer service. Also cheaper given discounts for my employer. The extras however are not worth it ( and the same as Medibank). I can't get a decent pair of glasses with the credit they provide…in the end of the day, unless you got dentist stuff to do or do a lot of chiro/massage it's a waste.

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