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Join New Single/Couple Hospital & Extras Health Cover, Get Bonus $150/$300 Gift Card after 31 Days @ HBF

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Terms and conditions

Offer is only available on the following eligible HBF hospital and extras covers when purchased together in one transaction:

Hospital

Basic Hospital Plus
Basic Hospital Plus Elevate
Bronze Hospital Plus
Silver Hospital
Silver Hospital Plus
Gold Hospital Elevate

Extras

Basic Extras
Flex 50
Flex 60
Complete 60
Top 70

To be eligible to receive $300 Couple/Family eGift card or $150 Single/Single Parent eGift card:

You must join HBF and start cover between 15 January 2024 at 12.01am AWST and 1 March 2024 at 11.59pm AWST on eligible HBF hospital and extras cover purchased together in a single transaction,
You must hold your eligible HBF hospital and extras cover for at least 31 days from the start date of your policy,
At your 31-day anniversary date your policy must be paid up to date,
You must pay your premiums monthly or fortnightly by direct debit,
You must provide a valid email address.
Members who hold HBF Urgent Ambulance cover may take up this offer if they meet the above eligibility criteria.

The offer does not apply to:

Members who have held HBF hospital and/or extras cover in the previous 30 days,
Members who pay premiums quarterly, half yearly or annually,
HBF employees and their immediate family members, who are eligible to receive HBF Staff discounts,
Members who purchase HBF Overseas Visitors Cover,
Any members who have already redeemed an HBF promotional offer or corporate discount during the last 12 months, or
Any members who have cancelled their HBF hospital and/or extras cover and then re-joined with HBF hospital and extras without a gap in cover during the offer period.
This offer is not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount (such as corporate discounts) other than the direct debit discount.

When will the gift card be fulfilled?

Couples and Family policies will receive one $300 eGift card from Prezzee.
Single and Single Parent policies will receive one $150 eGift card from Prezzee.
The eGift card will be issued by Prezzee, on behalf of HBF, after 31 days of continuous cover from the policy start date, provided HBF has received full payment for this period.
If the last full payment coincides with the 31 days of continuous eligible cover from the policy start date, the Prezzee eGift card will be issued once the last full payment is made.
The Prezzee eGift card will be issued via email from Prezzee, approximately 38 days after the policy start date.
The Prezzee eGift card must be activated within 3 months of issue and must be claimed online at Prezzee.com.au via the link supplied in the email.
HBF reserves the right to modify or add to these terms and conditions at any time. Changes made will be effective immediately and will be reflected on this Terms and Conditions page.

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closed Comments

  • +1

    For when you can't afford HCF

  • No good for families, they charge extra for kids unlike most other providers

  • Lol @ extras.

    Barebones cover or bust.

    Unless you have kids, then yeah, maybe take it out.

    • what's preventing us from taking the bare minimum, and pay less than $300 a couple, claim the gc and then churn to anothe provider with a different offer?
      I mean what am i missing?

  • Hoping someone can help as I am relatively young and new to this.
    If I purchase the cheapest plan with dental cover, could I wait the 2 months waiting period, go to the dentist and get my teeth cleaned etc. Looks like these guys will pay out 100% for first dental clean for the year.

    With my calculations it looks like I could get a plan for myself and my partner for around $400ish for 2 months, minus $300 gift card. Am I right in thinking we could both get dental cleans for around $100 out of pocket when we take gift card into equation?

    And if that is the case can we cancel straight away, or move to another provider offering a deal and sounds like there may not be a waiting period after changing providers.

    If anyone has any insight or experience it would be helpful if they could help confirm what I think is the case above, Thanks!

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