Bupa health insurance - two months free online offer
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Bupa health insurance - two months free online offer

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Found 15th May 2015
Nothing wrong with free health care for 2 months, here are terms and conditions:
1. Only available for the first year of the health insurance scheme.
2. Only available for policies which are quoted on between 7 May 2015 and 30 June 2015 inclusive. 
3. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. 
4. Not available to existing Bupa members or those transferring from a Bupa Group scheme. 
5. The eligible free months will be provided in months one and two.
6. Only available for health insurance policies quoted through the Bupa website 
7. Bupa reserve the right to withdraw the promotion at any point without prior notice
8. There is no cash alternative

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36 Comments

pity you can opt out of national insurance, I would take up bupa straight away, NHS has gone to the dogs, not the fault of the staff but the way the system is and the higher management and people taking the pi##

Agree with SRP, I wouldn't hesitate at BUPA cover if I could opt out of the ever failing NHS.

Totally agree with you

If you work at the Guardian (higher up the ladder) you get private health cover. The same paper that whine every day about health privatisation.

Health like education, everyone would go private if they could afford.

Bupa does not cover chronic conditions, so you would not want to opt out of a more extensive service. That said, I'm no lover of the NHS, it's been a stone round all of our necks since the 1950's

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simont_space

If you work at the Guardian (higher up the ladder) you get private health … If you work at the Guardian (higher up the ladder) you get private health cover. The same paper that whine every day about health privatisation.Health like education, everyone would go private if they could afford.


Privatisation is not the same as private.

789HHEELLOO

Privatisation is not the same as private.



You don't say.

cold for the picture.


Private Health is really great... until you have to claim...sorry your not covered for that... or that or even that
Did we imply that...no we really meant that...or was it that...that that was that is now changed to that, so that that
is no longer covered by that or that... but now by that and you are not cover by that, i'm afraid oO

cburns

Private Health is really great... until you have to claim...sorry your … Private Health is really great... until you have to claim...sorry your not covered for that... or that or even thatDid we imply that...no we really meant that...or was it that...that that was that is now changed to that, so that thatis no longer covered by that or that... but now by that and you are not cover by that, i'm afraid oO



Love that.

o.O

I'm no socialist by a long shot but the NHS is pretty f***ing good. If people can afford private health care then great go get it and free up the NHS for those who need it. The U.S. way of bankrupting people who get cancer in just uncivilised imho.

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gsk

I'm no socialist by a long shot but the NHS is pretty f***ing good. If … I'm no socialist by a long shot but the NHS is pretty f***ing good. If people can afford private health care then great go get it and free up the NHS for those who need it. The U.S. way of bankrupting people who get cancer in just uncivilised imho.


The nhs is absolutely shocking. You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you!!

online2014

CommentThe nhs is absolutely shocking. You'll be dead before you even get … CommentThe nhs is absolutely shocking. You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you!!



You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you

??saves money??

shortchanged

You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with … You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you??saves money??



But would it leave you shortchanged for your contributions to the NHS over the years?
Edited by: "Firefly1" 15th May 2015

Ignoring the comments above, and arguments about NHS v private and getting back to the real reason of this website, that is a pretty good offer
It would make BUPA cheaper, for better cover, than the private healthcare policy my employer offers, that I cancelled last year as it was costing too much as a benefit in kind than it was really worth

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online2014

CommentThe nhs is absolutely shocking. You'll be dead before you even get … CommentThe nhs is absolutely shocking. You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you!!



BS, I got emergency surgery on an incarcerated hernia within 3 hours of my appointment with urgent care, on a bank holiday!

gsk

I'm no socialist by a long shot but the NHS is pretty f***ing good. If … I'm no socialist by a long shot but the NHS is pretty f***ing good. If people can afford private health care then great go get it and free up the NHS for those who need it. The U.S. way of bankrupting people who get cancer in just uncivilised imho.



NHS is only reassurance + paracetamol package. You can get that for 20p at Tesco. I know people who would have been dead if they didn't flee abroad for treatment, as they couldn't afford a private care in Britain. A few people.

Sorry have to stick up for NHS here. My son was born 16 weeks prematurely he was 1lb 12oz. He was in intensive care and special care for over 4 months. He battled chronic lung disease, heart surgery, brain bleed and meningitis amongst a lot of other things and the NHS kept my son alive.

He had the best care that money could not buy, from the best Doctors in the country.

He is now a healthy 9 year old thanks to the wonderful Doctors and Nurses provided by the NHS.

heat added for the poster... lol

So much horse **** in this thread.

the nhs is not sustainable it costs too much too run! theres a reason the US have private healthcare. The problem in this country is there are too many people that want everything for nothing. hence all the dole heads

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online2014

the nhs is not sustainable it costs too much too run! theres a reason the … the nhs is not sustainable it costs too much too run! theres a reason the US have private healthcare. The problem in this country is there are too many people that want everything for nothing. hence all the dole heads


Congratulations you have discovered the free rider problem...


You never really miss anything until it's gone....so be very careful what you wish for
Because once the NHS is gone and it's gone for ever....if you or your family can't pay for private...it's tough titty
Great if your in good paid work, but if you ever lose your job....or retire...you better have a big pot of spare cash
Health care is NOT cheap and it never will be..... I just hope you and your family never have to find out the hard way....

We little plebs who are so easily led... by those who want and take it all...in everyway sly crooked way possible

shortchanged

You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with … You'll be dead before you even get a scan to find out whats wrong with you??saves money??


Right. You wanna know how frickin good it is?!
A simple cancer operation the NHS will give you for free costs £80 000 for the 10 hours. Not taking into account the numerous scans etc beforehand and aftercare and beds.
So shut up

People don't appreciate things but they are gone.

Imo the NHS is possibly the best thing about the uk.

So much bs. My whole family has private cover and we've never been turned down for anything and can get treatment almost instantly. Plus you get put up in much nicer facilities and most crucially, don't need to mix with the plebs. It's fantastic.

benjai

So much bs. My whole family has private cover and we've never been turned … So much bs. My whole family has private cover and we've never been turned down for anything and can get treatment almost instantly. Plus you get put up in much nicer facilities and most crucially, don't need to mix with the plebs. It's fantastic.



Bupa doesn't cover pre-existing conditions, just like most other private healthcare providers in the UK

bupa.co.uk/ind…aqs

gnomechimpsky

Bupa doesn't cover pre-existing conditions, just like most other private … Bupa doesn't cover pre-existing conditions, just like most other private healthcare providers in the UKhttp://www.bupa.co.uk/individuals/health-insurance/health-insurance-faqs




Not strictly correct if membership is established on a moratorium basis or as a leaver from a group arrangement.

gnomechimpsky

Bupa doesn't cover pre-existing conditions, just like most other private … Bupa doesn't cover pre-existing conditions, just like most other private healthcare providers in the UKhttp://www.bupa.co.uk/individuals/health-insurance/health-insurance-faqs



Ah, yes probably true. Luckily mine is from work so all pre existing is also covered.

Banned

I wonder if many NHS haters will prefer to save their 200-300 access and consider their let's say heartache as heartburn a false alarm in order to save their no claim bonus.

NHS is a blessing where you don't have to choose between right hand or left hand just because you don't have enough insurance cover.
you guys should Micheal Moore's sicko

NHS just a lucky dip in my eyes Ive seen people miraculously cured and other people very badly let down. Grandad was told he had indigestion and was pretty much done for 6 hours later with a massive heart attack. Mother had cancer and survived but we had to fight tooth and nail to get the right drugs as they didnt want to pay or even mention better more expensive drugs.

NHS is great when money saving measures arent put first instead of saving lives.

I have a disabled brother with walking difficulties but since conservitives have come in we must pay for his shoes to be rehealed. These are special boots £45-60 a time every two months...

Why cant people put back into the NHS almost like a student loan if you can afford to. Thats if the problem is a funding shortage. I wouldnt mind paying a extra tenna a month if they saved my life.

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fishleg

NHS just a lucky dip in my eyes Ive seen people miraculously cured and … NHS just a lucky dip in my eyes Ive seen people miraculously cured and other people very badly let down. Grandad was told he had indigestion and was pretty much done for 6 hours later with a massive heart attack. Mother had cancer and survived but we had to fight tooth and nail to get the right drugs as they didnt want to pay or even mention better more expensive drugs.NHS is great when money saving measures arent put first instead of saving lives.I have a disabled brother with walking difficulties but since conservitives have come in we must pay for his shoes to be rehealed. These are special boots £45-60 a time every two months...Why cant people put back into the NHS almost like a student loan if you can afford to. Thats if the problem is a funding shortage. I wouldnt mind paying a extra tenna a month if they saved my life.



The Top people really don't care about NHS as they are loaded with Money, it is unfortunate that people nowadays don't like to think of others "the vulnerable" the society has become self-obsessed and lacks compassion. if we humans wont follow the values of caring for each others we are doomed.

Edited by: "Simpleminded" 19th May 2015

Banned

i just got a quote of £249.66 per month 2 adults (in very early 30s with £0 access) and a toddler. how in the world can an average person afford this?

Let's not forget the NHS is not free. It comes from taxpayer contributions. Tories privatising the NHS? Labour did that with PFI, GPs and dentists.
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