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Qantas Insurance

The Heart Foundation supports Qantas Insurance's innovative approach to rewarding people for being active.

Qantas Insurance is an insurance membership with access to Qantas Wellbeing - your key to earning Qantas Points for everyday activities endorsed by the Heart Foundation. The Heart Foundation supports Qantas Insurance's innovative approach to rewarding people for activities like eating well, cycling, running and walking.

After purchasing Qantas health insurance, the Qantas Wellbeing App allows Qantas Frequent Flyer members aged 13 or over to earn Qantas Points for activities like walking, jogging or running+. You can track your daily steps and join your friends and family in group challenges and could earn up to 15,000 Qantas Points each year**.   If you haven’t purchased a Qantas health insurance policy, you can still download the Qantas Wellbeing App and start accruing up to 3,000 Locked Qantas Points.  Your accrued Locked Qantas Points will be unlocked and converted to Qantas Points when you buy a Qantas health insurance policy+

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Qantas Health Insurance is issued by nib health funds limited ABN 83 000 124 381 (nib) a registered private health insurer, and is arranged by Qantas Airways Limited ABN 16 009 661 901 (Qantas), for which Qantas receives commission.

+Qantas Frequent Flyer members can accrue Locked Qantas Points by completing activities through the Qantas Wellbeing App. A maximum of 3,000 Locked Qantas Points can be accrued. Locked Qantas Points will expire 12 months after the member last accrued a Locked Qantas Point. Locked Qantas Points can be converted to Qantas Points following purchase of a Qantas health insurance policy.

**15,000 Qantas Points is the maximum number of Qantas Points that can be earned each year through the App upon the purchase of Advanced or Top Hospital Cover. Each Qantas health insurance policy has a specific maximum number of Qantas Points that can be earned each year through the App. To earn the maximum number of Qantas Points, you must participate in the highest daily and weekly challenges available through the App and win every weekly group challenge. A list of the maximum Qantas Points available can be found on qantasassure.com/wellness/abouttheprogram

~The Qantas Wellbeing App (App) is offered by Qantas and you must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program and aged 13 years or over to use the App. To earn Qantas Points through the App, members must purchase and maintain a health insurance policy with Qantas Insurance.

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