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Has anyone bought an iWATCH for £69 from VITALITY?

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https://www.vitality.co.uk/rewards/partners/active-rewards/apple-watch/ Is it reputable? Is it worthwhile? Help please as it looks good.
letslaughadam Avatar
2w, 2d agoPosted 2 weeks, 2 days ago
https://www.vitality.co.uk/rewards/partners/active-rewards/apple-watch/

Is it reputable?

Is it worthwhile?

Help please as it looks good.
letslaughadam Avatar
2w, 2d agoPosted 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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#1
Yes I have. App is dodgy af. Loads of complaints. Only get it if you have the policy and was going to pay rrp anyway
#2
If something is too good to be true.....
#3
xtreme123
Yes I have. App is dodgy af. Loads of complaints. Only get it if you have the policy and was going to pay rrp anyway

Thanks,. Can you tell me how much your policy is?

Do you earn enough points to deduct cost?
#4
I can't remember but sometimes the points don't track. Don't expect to get 160 a month. Maybe 80-120 and I have the virgin membership too. Also from august the points cap drops so you can only get 8 a day. You'd have to sprint for half an hour 5 times a week, 4 times a month to get the full rebate. Don't forget your down payment too!
#5
so far its all worked for me made my #12.50 this month and have claimed a cinema ticket and starbucks each week - it really depends on how much you work to do the steps - not sure how xtreme123 works out that 8 a day over 7 days means you have to run though
#6
ejmna1
so far its all worked for me made my #12.50 this month and have claimed a cinema ticket and starbucks each week - it really depends on how much you work to do the steps - not sure how xtreme123 works out that 8 a day over 7 days means you have to run though

You can either do 12,500 steps or run for 30 minutes to get the 10 point daily maximum.
#7
The run needs to push your heart rate to 70% of its max to get 10 points
#8
So it's £369 to buy and £369 if you don't do anything so if you want one then it's a good deal
#9
scottstreet1
So it's £369 to buy and £369 if you don't do anything so if you want one then it's a good deal


+ a policy approx £30 a month ?

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