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Take out Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy with Extras and Earn up to 150,000 Woolworths Rewards Points for New Bupa Members

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Take out selected Bupa Health Insurance and earn up to:
150,000 Woolworths Rewards points for couples/family insurance* (that could be $750 off a future shop!)
Note: link is still showing 130,000 Woolworths Rewards points but I have received the above code for 150,000 WR points.

Terms and Conditions
*New Bupa Customer

1) Bupa Offer

All Eligible Customers (see section 3 below) who take out an Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy with Extras will receive from Bupa HI Pty Ltd (ABN 81 000 057 590) (Bupa).

2) Woolworths Offer

All Eligible Customers (see section 3 below) will receive from Woolworths Group Limited (Woolworths) a specific number of Everyday Rewards points (Everyday Rewards points) (see the table below for details), deposited to their Everyday Rewards Account in the third month after taking out an Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy (see section 4 below). The number of Everyday Rewards points you are entitled to is dependent on the value of your first year’s premiums for the Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy you hold 60 days after joining (including any applicable Age Based Discount, Lifetime Health Cover loading or Australian government rebates) (First Year Premium).The amount of Everyday Rewards points offered under this promotion is subject to change, in the discretion of Woolworths. Changes to Everyday Rewards points offered will be published online.

3) Eligibility

The Offers are available to you if you:

a) are a new Bupa customer and you have not been a Bupa domestic policyholder for the past 12 months;

b) are an Australian resident;

c) take out an Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy (see section 4 below) between 12 October 2021 and 22 November 2021, maintain that cover and meet all payment obligations for 2 months. Note: the Bupa Offer is only available if you take out an Eligible Bupa Health Insurance Policy with Extras;

d) pay your premiums by direct debit or payroll deduction (if available);

e) provide one Everyday Rewards membership number to Bupa within 30 days of joining. Only one Everyday Rewards membership can be linked per Bupa policy. Note: the surname for your Rewards account must match your surname or that of another member on your Bupa policy;

f) provide the promotion code, “Woolies21” on sign up; and

g) provide a valid email address upon joining Bupa.

If you meet all of the above requirements you are an “Eligible Customer”.

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closed Comments

  • +7

    That 130/150k is a complete furphy - who pays $6250+ on health insurance a year!?!

    See what points you’ll collect when you join Bupa

    Annual Premium Range Points Equivalent Everyday Reward dollars
    $6,250+ 130,000 650
    $5,000 - $6,249.99 110,000 550
    $4,000 - $4,999.99 80,000 400
    $3,000 - $3,999.99 60,000 300
    $2,000 - $2,999.99 48,000 240
    $1,000 - $1,999.99 24,000 120
    <$1,000 14,000 70

    • +3

      …errr - I do. :-(

    • +1

      Yeah that's about right given Qantas charges close to that for their top a health and extras cover for couples.

  • You should add it is for couples and families and it is 80k for singles.

  • -2

    Medibank offer is much better

    • +1

      What medibank offer?

      • Private health insurance

        • +3

          I understand that, you said 'offer' though. Usually that would mean a deal of sorts, in this particular case I would say signup bonus.

          • @knobbs: No idea what nadan means but the nib deal is better. $200 Visa gift card for singles cover or $400 for couples (hospital plus extras). You would have to have pretty premium coverage with this Bupa deal to match that value whereas nib doesn't have any (at least when I did it) restrictions on policy cost.

            • -4

              @EBC: Haha, read again what I said "MEDIBANK".

              • @nadan: Have you found a Medibank offer yet? Or are you talking about something else entirely?

                • @EBC: You need to check their website yourself, and you can call it whatever you like.

                • +1

                  @EBC: Here is the offer because you are being so nice. Can you read the word offer at the end of the link?
                  https://www.medibank.com.au/health-insurance/special-offer/

                  • +1

                    @nadan: Nice, that is indeed a better offer. Your interaction with knobbs where you said the offer was private health insurance was the offer made it sound to me like you were simply stating that Medibank is better than Bupa. Either way, apologies if I came off as rude. Have a good one.

                  • @nadan: It says you complete a Live Better goal or challenge to receive the points which are then redeemable.

                    What are the goals/challenges?

  • +3

    Bupa has bad extras cover

  • +1

    Health insurance promo's and packing inclusions have always been a convoluted pain in the backside! (with the recent govt introduction of tiers basic/bronze/silver/gold helped a bit).

    Unless chasing the points it works out to be equivalent to 4 - 6 weeks of monthly fees (depending if your premium is just a little over the next tier).
    Would be better off with upfront savings with most giving the 1st month free and some with promo's of 6 or 8 weeks.

    With a quick search I found this link
    https://www.bupa.com.au/campaigns/health-insurance/because-l...

    Annual Premium Range Points ER$ $ Equiv to free cover in weeks
    $6,250+ 130,000 650 5.35
    $5,000 - $6,249.99 110,000 550 5.09
    $4,000 - $4,999.99 80,000 400 4.63
    $3,000 - $3,999.99 60,000 300 4.50
    $2,000 - $2,999.99 48,000 240 5.14
    $1,000 - $1,999.99 24,000 120 4.63
    <$1,000 14,000 70 3.60
  • what happens if work provides bupa?

  • Can you stack with their 6WEEKSFREE?

  • I signed up 2 weeks ago.. FML

  • Couldn’t pay me to join BUPA, points certainly aren’t going to persuade me.

  • Bupa has difficult customer service team to deal with

  • +1

    so can I stay there for 2 months then transfer to another after getting points?

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