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Pru Health will soon join partners with Cineworld

Depending on your level of cover you can buy a year unlimited pass from £25
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#1
I pay £11.99 a month for my cine pass. this is a steal!

How much to sign up to pru health? Is there a gym membership or something? was looking but it seems to go on and on without spilling the beans.
#2
Says the range is from £90 to a minimum of £25...with a £20 supplement for West End locations...
#3
Vitality Status / Price
Bronze £90
Silver £60
Gold £40
Platinum £25

When you purchase the pass, you’ll have access to all Cineworld cinemas in the UK, excluding London West End. However. You can have access to all Cineworld Cinemas, including West End for a £20 supplement.
#4
valentins
Vitality Status / Price
Bronze £90
Silver £60
Gold £40
Platinum £25

When you purchase the pass, you’ll have access to all Cineworld cinemas in the UK, excluding London West End. However. You can have access to all Cineworld Cinemas, including West End for a £20 supplement.


how does the vitality status thing work? start at bronze etc. What proof do you need?

and for being active the prize of sitting on your bum seems a bit ironic
#5
Interesting...
Pru Health used to subsidize gym memberships, which I could understand because healthier people are less likely to need to make health insurance claims. But subsidizing cinema passes? Its like encouraging their customers to do less exercise, and go the cinema more often which involves sitting still for prolonged periods of time and eating popcorn and drinking coke. Not to mention getting more movie junkies signing up for the health insurance to get the cineworld pass.

Good for us, but not so good for Pruhealth shareholders....
#6
boonkoh
Interesting...
Pru Health used to subsidize gym memberships, which I could understand because healthier people are less likely to need to make health insurance claims. But subsidizing cinema passes? Its like encouraging their customers to do less exercise, and go the cinema more often which involves sitting still for prolonged periods of time and eating popcorn and drinking coke. Not to mention getting more movie junkies signing up for the health insurance to get the cineworld pass.

Good for us, but not so good for Pruhealth shareholders....


my point exactly!
2 Likes #7
Vitality is like tesco clubcard points

I go to cannons gym
Everytime I go I get 10 points, I have 2 fitness checks a year getting 300 points each, You can earn various other points for reading articles on the site, 100 points for being a non smoker etc etc.

I have been with pru for 2 years now and have maintained 2000 points per year. Which means platinum. Because I have platinum , my gym membership is free and I only pay £3 a month for my health insurance.

It will take you about a year to get to platinum , and the cheapest plan is about £23 a month for a non smoker 30 yrs old. So for the 1st year it will cost about £280

Plus Quidco give £85 cashback
banned#8
Number of points required to reach each Vitality status
Single Membership Family Membership
Bronze 0 0
Silver 1000 1500
Gold 1500 2250
Platinum 2000 3000
#9
ludichris
my point exactly!


yeah but these are rewards for motivation etc
You dont get motivated by a treat of a lettuce if all you are eating on your diet is salads.
everything in moderation... which is why i rotate the toppings i have on my pizzas.
#10
boonkoh
Interesting...
Pru Health used to subsidize gym memberships, which I could understand because healthier people are less likely to need to make health insurance claims. But subsidizing cinema passes? Its like encouraging their customers to do less exercise, and go the cinema more often which involves sitting still for prolonged periods of time and eating popcorn and drinking coke. Not to mention getting more movie junkies signing up for the health insurance to get the cineworld pass.

Good for us, but not so good for Pruhealth shareholders....


Not really because remember in order to qualify for the £25 offer you need a Platinum Vitality Points status. The only way you can be at that level is by pulling your weight to make it there. From their website: "The more you do to look after yourself, the higher your status will become and the greater the discounts you could receive to help you lead a healthier lifestyle."
#11
It's a great price, but only if you are on the vitality already.
So the fact that this great price offer is dependant on you doing loads of work or spending loads of money elsewhere makes it cold!
#12
So you need 2000 points to get the pass for £25!

Here is how you get points.

"It’s simple. For every £2 spent on fresh fruit and veg at Sainsbury’s you’ll receive 1 Vitality point towards your status.

You can earn Vitality points on fresh fruit and veg, up to a maximum spend of £20 per week for individuals and £40 per week for families – just leave it to us to calculate your points."

Holy ****!
you have to spend...
*quick sums*
£2100 to get the pass for £25!
And you can only spend max £20 a week on Veg.
So that's
*quick sums*
105 weeks! to get a £25 pass!

Now I do understand that there are other ways to build your points up but come on...

Sub Zero
#13
How is this hot please?

I'm interested but can't do the sums although I think there's a better way to get there in under 105 weeks and spending under £2125
#14
i love pru health - i saved a foutune on gym membership, you also can get 30 extra nectar points for each £1.00 you spend on fruit and veg in sainsburys!
#15
Pruhealth members also get huge discount for Eurostar!

http://www.pruhealth.co.uk/insurance/vitality/vitality_partners/eurostar

For example, I have silver status and a day trip to Paris would cost £50, instead of £159 if you go through Eurostar website (return ticket from London, for Saturday).

You can buy up to 3 discounted tickets per year.

:thinking:
#16
brilly
yeah but these are rewards for motivation etc
You dont get motivated by a treat of a lettuce if all you are eating on your diet is salads.
everything in moderation... which is why i rotate the toppings i have on my pizzas.


Classic - Bravo - Bra ****ing vo- :thumbsup:
#17
So you need to go to the gym for a while and spend 2k in Sainsburys??

How do I vote COLD after voting HOT, this is a horrible deal.
#18
Build your vitality status lots of different ways, mainly super cheap gym membership (builds up to 1500 points), and many other free ways such as 300 points for a fitness assessment, or 100 for filling in stress, nutrition, etc questions and reading the advice it gives you. This is a very hot deal, particularly if you are a pru member already like myself.

Don't vote it cold based on one rubbish way to get points ( the fruit & veg thing ) there are dozens of easy/good/cheap/free ways to build up lots of points.

+heat +rep
#19
This is almost too good to be true! I pay £2.46 per month for my gym membership for Cannons in Covent Garden. I am at platinum level. This really is the icing on the cake!
#20
despite the fact i went 3 times a week they sent me a letter changing my gym membership from 0 to £40 a month!!! couldn't cancel fast enough then they even had the cheek to carry on taking my direct debit (after already giving incorrect information on the cost of my final bill), quidco never tracked. Wouldn't join up ever again
#21
I was interested in joining pru health for the low Gym fees but it seems this is coming to an end.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2008/aug/03/healthinsurance.fitness

:x
#22
THis is a hot deal for those that already have Pru Health and the gym as a bonus, if you want £25 unlimited cinema you have to work for it, no such thing as a free lunch!
#23
so whats the lowest price you pay pruhealth to join?
banned#24
http://www.pruhealth.co.uk/presales/vitality/pdfs/vitality_summary.pdf
i think this is only a good deal if you are with the pru already as it takes around a year to get to platinum

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