Switch to health insurance that’s now packed with even more Qantas Points

Now’s the time to get health insurance. So why not join us and be rewarded?

If you’re due, or overdue, to take out health insurance, then here are three reasons to get Qantas Assure Health Insurance right now:

  • Reason 1: You could earn up to 100,000 Qantas Points for joining by 10 July 2017^.
  • Reason 2: All two and six month waiting periods on Extras will be waived if you take out combined cover by 10 July 2017*.
  • Reason 3: If you’re single and earn over $90,000 a year, you could avoid the Medicare Levy Surcharge if you take out Hospital cover from 1 July 2017 and maintain it>.

But hurry. Get a quote now, or call 13 49 60 – and join Qantas Assure Health Insurance today.

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Important information:

Qantas Assure 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 who purchase a Qantas Assure (QA) Health Insurance policy between 26 May 2017 and 10 July 2017 will earn up to 100,000 Qantas Points. 100,000 is the maximum number of sign on Qantas Points that can be earned upon purchase of combined Top Hospital and Top Extras Cover for Couples or Families. Each QA Health Insurance policy has a maximum number of points that can be earned upon purchase, which can be found here. Points will only be awarded to the primary policyholder after the policy has been held for 60 continuous days. Not available to existing Qantas Assure, nib, AAMI, Apia or Suncorp customers. Qantas reserves the right to withdraw or extend this offer at any time. Waiting periods waived for Extras services that normally require a waiting period of two or six months when combined Hospital and Extras cover is purchased before 11 July 2017. Longer waiting periods may apply for some services. Offer does not extend to any Hospital only services and excludes existing customers.
> Medicare Levy Surcharge (MLS) is a government initiative to encourage people to take out private health insurance. The MLS may apply if you are a single and earn over $90,000 per year, or a couple and earn over $180,000, and don't have private hospital cover. The surcharge is payable for every day you don't have hospital cover within the financial year. That means if you buy hospital cover from 1 July 2017 and maintain it throughout the financial year, you won't pay any MLS for that financial year. However, if you do not maintain your cover for a full financial year, you'll pay the surcharge for every day you don't have cover.