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Vitality Apple Watch Series 4 £99 @ vitality via member rewards
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Vitality Apple Watch Series 4 £99 @ vitality via member rewards

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Posted 16th Oct 2018Edited by:"George_Davies"

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FOR MEMBERS OF VITALITY ONLY: Apple Watch Series 4 has become available, logon and visit the rewards where you will be able to view. You currently have to be logged in to view this. DO NOT VOTE COLD IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER

This is likely to go cold however is a great deal for those who do many steps every day and are a member of vitality. For those that exercise or walk a lot (12,500 steps per day) an Apple Watch becomes £129 (44mm) or £99 (40mm).

Worth warning that this is a variable direct debit. Do not join Vitality just for this deal.
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Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) unless you want your deal to go icy
Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with Vitality.

Premiums for health insurance have risen by over 10% despite Platinum status and no health claims or changed risk.

Eurostar benefit removed.
Apple watch - used to be free, now needs a £99 upfront payment.
Garmin / Polar - used to be 50% off, now "upto 40% off" with all the newer models being 25% off inflated RRP.

I wish they'd spend less on glossy TV / press adverts and more on retaining customers!
If you have the insurance anyway, it’s a cheap way to get the watch.
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What's a Vitality Member?
herrbz1 m ago

What's a Vitality Member?


Health/life insurance
If you have the insurance anyway, it’s a cheap way to get the watch.
Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) unless you want your deal to go icy
Allot of workplaces promote vitality.
This is a great deal for a anyone who is a member.
I suspect the people who voted cold just don’t understand.
Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with Vitality.

Premiums for health insurance have risen by over 10% despite Platinum status and no health claims or changed risk.

Eurostar benefit removed.
Apple watch - used to be free, now needs a £99 upfront payment.
Garmin / Polar - used to be 50% off, now "upto 40% off" with all the newer models being 25% off inflated RRP.

I wish they'd spend less on glossy TV / press adverts and more on retaining customers!
pcastley16/10/2018 16:54

Allot of workplaces promote vitality.This is a great deal for a anyone who …Allot of workplaces promote vitality.This is a great deal for a anyone who is a member.I suspect the people who voted cold just don’t understand.


You need to do a lot of steps everyday tho otherwise you just end up paying full price
Do you still need the optimiser booster to get this and have they fixed the tracking issues?

Lots of complaints that app does not track properly and this you’re charged a higher monthly rate than you should be.

Edit. Just looked. Same problem. Nil points recorded even though I have the requisite number of steps required. Entirely arbitrary as far as I can see.

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Edited by: "ms2005" 16th Oct 2018
Azwipe16th Oct

Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) …Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) unless you want your deal to go icy


I AGREE. VOTED COLD..
Not a member... cold.
RufusA16/10/2018 16:56

Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with …Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with Vitality.Premiums for health insurance have risen by over 10% despite Platinum status and no health claims or changed risk.Eurostar benefit removed.Apple watch - used to be free, now needs a £99 upfront payment.Garmin / Polar - used to be 50% off, now "upto 40% off" with all the newer models being 25% off inflated RRP.I wish they'd spend less on glossy TV / press adverts and more on retaining customers!


Wait heath insurance? Why does one need health insurance when we have social healthcare :/
I saw this and called to enquire. Basically the watch is given to you in a credit basis and it monitors your activities. If you meet the threshold the watch is free, if you don't you pay for it in installments. But haven't voted either way.
Edited by: "chrissyny" 16th Oct 2018
I have the same deal and I do vitality insurance for people
I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option for me instead of buying one outright?
awms16/10/2018 17:56

I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option …I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option for me instead of buying one outright?


it works well for me , I have a family and by earning points I get free cinema tickets for 4 of us and a Starbucks drink a week
Norseg32 m ago

Wait heath insurance? Why does one need health insurance when we have …Wait heath insurance? Why does one need health insurance when we have social healthcare


Queue jumping is the main benefit really, not that I have it but that's my impression.
awms6 m ago

I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option …I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option for me instead of buying one outright?


Not only 10k steps , you can earn points by 30 minutes Exercising , cycling , and could join virgin for 40% discount a month. By visiting gym alone you can earn 5 points daily
I can double check, there might be an offer coming.
No down payment for 38mm watch and
£59 for 42mm watch (both no interest ,just pay the remaining with points )
nitin.sondhi16/10/2018 18:04

I can double check, there might be an offer coming. No down payment for …I can double check, there might be an offer coming. No down payment for 38mm watch and £59 for 42mm watch (both no interest ,just pay the remaining with points )


That's interesting, would you mind providing an update once you know for sure please?
Good deal if you already have it or get it via your work benefits. Wish ours would move to Vitality stuck with Axa!
Mada0616/10/2018 18:16

That's interesting, would you mind providing an update once you know for …That's interesting, would you mind providing an update once you know for sure please?


Yes of course, how do I contact you ?
I’ve had an Apple Watch 2 42mm since the scheme was first introduced. I paid £99 and most months I’ve not had to pay any extra due to my accumulation of points. No interest either
pcastley1 h, 46 m ago

Allot of workplaces promote vitality.This is a great deal for a anyone who …Allot of workplaces promote vitality.This is a great deal for a anyone who is a member.I suspect the people who voted cold just don’t understand.


I understand perfectly. I voted cold
I voted cold too.
nitin.sondhi50 m ago

Yes of course, how do I contact you ?


i'll keep an eye on the thread so posting here is fine thank you!
ms20052 h, 24 m ago

Do you still need the optimiser booster to get this and have they fixed …Do you still need the optimiser booster to get this and have they fixed the tracking issues? Lots of complaints that app does not track properly and this you’re charged a higher monthly rate than you should be.Edit. Just looked. Same problem. Nil points recorded even though I have the requisite number of steps required. Entirely arbitrary as far as I can see. [Image]


I'm a recent member but I use a Fitbit Versa and haven't had any tracking issues so far. All days tracked correctly. Maybe it'd be worthwhile re-linking your fitness app to Vitality?
awms16/10/2018 17:56

I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option …I do 10k steps a day and I'm looking an Apple Watch - is this best option for me instead of buying one outright?


Depends whether you think you can meet the targets given on the Vitality page over the course of 2 years.
To put this into perspective - to get the watch for £99 you need to go to do over 12,500 daily steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years.

Alternatively if you're a Nuffield / Virgin gym member you'd need to swipe at the gym and do 7000 steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years.
Azwipe16th Oct

Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) …Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) unless you want your deal to go icy


Haha
Ridiculous that this is being voted cold. This is by far the best active life insurance policy on the market. Competitive rates and benefit after benefit. My 6 monthly saving statement showed I gained £605 in benefit! And I paid out only £204 for cover in that time. It’s a no brainer.

Perhaps the original poster should list all the benefits, not just the Apple Watch.
Edited by: "bcfcrule" 16th Oct 2018
bcfcrule7 m ago

Ridiculous that this is being voted cold. This is by far the best active …Ridiculous that this is being voted cold. This is by far the best active life insurance policy on the market. Competitive rates and benefit after benefit. My 6 monthly saving statement showed I gained £605 in benefit! And I paid out only £204 for cover in that time. It’s a no brainer.Perhaps the original poster should list all the benefits, not just the Apple Watch.


It doesn't really matter. I voted hot and found it useful, if people are ignorant and voting cold that's their issue.
Vitality are also offering free Amazon Prime membership from this month, it’s a win win deal.
drasim16/10/2018 19:49

Depends whether you think you can meet the targets given on the Vitality …Depends whether you think you can meet the targets given on the Vitality page over the course of 2 years.To put this into perspective - to get the watch for £99 you need to go to do over 12,500 daily steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years. Alternatively if you're a Nuffield / Virgin gym member you'd need to swipe at the gym and do 7000 steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years.


I am pretty certain you are capped at 40 points a week. If it’s not 40 points, it’s another number. If you do 12,500 steps everyday for a week you won’t get 70 points.

Further, the watch syncs data to you phone. It’s only when you open the vitality app on your phone and login that it syncs with vitality. It then only syncs so many days (maybe 30, I forget). So if you do 2 months and forget to open the app you’ll only collect the last 30 days points. You can email vitality with all the data and screen shots but they’ll only add one day at a time. You can’t bulk tell them about 30 missed days.

I thinks it’s a good deal but people need to know what they are signing up for.
Edited by: "ms2005" 16th Oct 2018
nitin.sondhi16/10/2018 18:01

it works well for me , I have a family and by earning points I get free …it works well for me , I have a family and by earning points I get free cinema tickets for 4 of us and a Starbucks drink a week


Are the 4 tickets for just one insurance or are all your family covered to get 4 tickets?
ms200550 m ago

I am pretty certain you are capped at 40 points a week. If it’s not 40 p …I am pretty certain you are capped at 40 points a week. If it’s not 40 points, it’s another number. If you do 12,500 steps everyday for a week you won’t get 70 points.Further, the watch syncs data to you phone. It’s only when you open the vitality app on your phone and login that it syncs with vitality. It then only syncs so many days (maybe 30, I forget). So if you do 2 months and forget to open the app you’ll only collect the last 30 days points. You can email vitality with all the data and screen shots but they’ll only add one day at a time. You can’t bulk tell them about 30 missed days. I thinks it’s a good deal but people need to know what they are signing up for.


That's correct. The scenarios I suggested are based on the 40 point a week cap.
whussain10440 m ago

Are the 4 tickets for just one insurance or are all your family covered to …Are the 4 tickets for just one insurance or are all your family covered to get 4 tickets?


If it helps you can use a cinema ticket voucher from Vitality and combine it with Meerkat to get 2 tickets for 70p (admin fee)
cr7hg4 h, 16 m ago

You need to do a lot of steps everyday tho otherwise you just end up …You need to do a lot of steps everyday tho otherwise you just end up paying full price


Just ‘sort yourself out’ cough. That will deffo add to your steps...... allegedly.
drasim1 h, 49 m ago

Depends whether you think you can meet the targets given on the Vitality …Depends whether you think you can meet the targets given on the Vitality page over the course of 2 years.To put this into perspective - to get the watch for £99 you need to go to do over 12,500 daily steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years. Alternatively if you're a Nuffield / Virgin gym member you'd need to swipe at the gym and do 7000 steps 5 days a week every week for 2 years.


And pay for Vitality
I get this through work but on balance I'm too lazy to make it work for me. Great deal if you're not like me though.
RufusA17 h, 35 m ago

Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with …Not voting on this deal, but I'm getting less and less impressed with Vitality.Premiums for health insurance have risen by over 10% despite Platinum status and no health claims or changed risk.Eurostar benefit removed.Apple watch - used to be free, now needs a £99 upfront payment.Garmin / Polar - used to be 50% off, now "upto 40% off" with all the newer models being 25% off inflated RRP.I wish they'd spend less on glossy TV / press adverts and more on retaining customers!


Agreed - I heard many issues from Vitality with a Samsung smartwatch not linking steps with SHealth too. One potential new benefit to you will be Amazon Prime free next month for those who hit 160 points every month.
Azwipe16th Oct

Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) …Tip of the day: Do not tell people not to vote cold (especially in caps) unless you want your deal to go icy


If I could post this to Vitality members only I would have - ive seen all vitality posts go cold because people don’t have a membership. Its well known within many companies as a taxable benefit.

Thanks for the tip tho
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