Discovery Vitality has announced a new benefit for sports equipment and fitness equipment called Vitality Active Gear, which will provide members with big discounts on Nike products.
“This launch includes an exciting new partnership between Vitality and Nike that aims to bring together two world-class brands with the collective goal of making South Africans healthier, keeping them moving and encouraging them to reach their personal best. “Discovery said.
The partnership is part of Vitality’s global commitment to make 100 million people 20% more active by 2025.
The Vitality Active Gear benefit will replace the HealthyGear, Shoe Booster, Device Booster and Bike Booster benefits, offering members a more inclusive, card-less offer.
It offers up-front savings of 25% on a range of sports equipment, equipment and fitness equipment from Sportsmans Warehouse and Totalsports.
Meanwhile, Vitality members with Discovery Bank accounts can earn up-front discounts of up to 75% on qualifying devices as well as Nike performance footwear and apparel at Sportsmans Warehouse, Totalsports and Nike stores.
The latter excludes Nike factory outlets and the nike.com online store.
Discovery said there is no activation fee for this enhanced benefit and all members have to do is activate Vitality Active Rewards to start working for maximum discounts.
To get 25% off, Vitality members must activate Vitality Active Rewards on the Discovery app to receive an initial 10% initial discount with Vitality Active Gear.
They can then find out their vitality age online and perform a vitality check-up or virtual vitality check-up for an additional 15% reduction.
Achieving weekly Vitality Active Rewards exercise goals can increase the discount to 50%, with a 5% discount added for five Vitality Active Rewards exercise goals achieved.
Vitality members with qualifying Discovery Bank accounts will receive a personalized discount between 10% and 75% depending on product type and card color, qualifying spend, and Vitality Money status.
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