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jamin00

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Hey guys,

If your in the UK and have Vitality health or life insurance they have just added the Apple Watch 2 to their rewards package.

Get the 38mm for £69 or the 42mm for £99. Then depending on how active you are will depend on the next 24 monthly payments. They basically range from £0 a month to £12.50 a month with the other payments being £2.50, £5, £7.50 or £10. So the more active you are the less the watch will cost.

Luckily for me I go to the gym every morning so will hit the target to get £0 monthly charge but the most the phone will cost you is the rrp £400 but the least it will cost you is the upfront price.

Pretty sweet deal and the Vitality rewards keep getting better :)
 

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NeilHD

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I posted this a while back - didn't get any notice on here which is shame because it's a pretty good deal.

Do bear in mind the max daily points is dropping to 8 next year.

I was going to do it but we're moving away from Vitality due to a very high renewal quote.
 

jamin00

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Yes I see the points change mentioned a little while back.

Thankfully my renewal was slightly cheaper. Been with them for 3 years now, the level of cover is superior to most but it does come at a price but the rewards are excellent. I use the gym one to which saves me just over £100 a month on my family of 4 gym membership.
 

NeilHD

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Totally agree - we have gym membership with them that we'll lose (might a blessing in disguise really as we don't actually use it enough to justify the cost!). I love the free Starbucks (had one today) and the free cinema tickets are amazing - for a family of 4 if you use them every week (we don't) that's pretty much a £200/month benefit. Had a half-price Garmin Vivosmart from them last year, too.

Been with them for 3 years now but it's a corporate policy via my wife's work and their renewal was massive. I might end up taking out a personal policy with them instead of joining whatever her work end up doing (will come down to cost ultimately).

I have literally just ordered a AW S2 from very.co.uk though - 20% off for new customers and Quidco tracked at 12%, making my total price £280. There's a chance I might get a £50 statement credit as well but I doubt they'll do that as well as the 20%. Actually I should probably post that in a new thread.
 
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jamin00

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Apr 14, 2012
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Essex, UK.
See we do use the gym often as does the whole family so we are really getting our moneys worth it thankfully lol. I only ever get 2 tickets and not 4 for some reason even though all 4 of us are listed?

They are not cheap but it really is a great level of cover.

Yes, defo post that up as thats very good too.
 
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