One day to go for February’s Health Insurance Special Offers

See if you can save as Health Funds offer up to $260 of incentives for new customers.

See if you can save as Health Funds offer up to $260 of incentives for new customers.

Online retailer Kogan.com>* has launched Kogan Health* with a range of policies provided by Medibank & ahm Health Insurance. And they’re going all out to win new customers, launching one of the best special offers around for new customers.

Until tomorrow, new customers who take out hospital and extras and pay by direct debit can get $60 credit to spend at Kogan.com* (after being a member for 105 days) and $200 off (after 60 days). Singles get the same credit and $100 off after 60 days.

9Saver Tip:  You can click here to see the Kogan Health special offer and range of policies*

February and March are prime time to get a special offer for new customers, as premium increases approach in April.

Below is a table with the current special offers we could find from some of the bigger providers. (NB: MOST OF THEM END TOMORROW, 28 February!)

Current Health Insurance Special Offers for New Customers:

PROVIDER OFFER FOR NEW CUSTOMERS T&C’S END DATE
Kogan* $60 Kogan.com credit + Up to $200 off for couples/families ($100 for singles) More info 28/2/18
GMHBA* No 2 & 6mth waiting periods on Extras More info 28/2/18
NIB $150 Coles eGift Card More info 28/2/18
ahm Up to $200 off for couples/families ($100 for singles) More info 28/2/18
Medibank One month free More info NIL

Special offers for new customers often require you to take out a new hospital and extras package and pay by direct debit.

Other large providers such as BUPA, HCF, HBF and Australian Unity are not advertising special offers to attract new customers currently.

The Australian Financial Review wrote this week than Kogan is one of the fastest-growing companies in Australia since moving into groceries, insurance, mobile and other areas.

“Revenue up 46 per cent … Net profit up 93 per cent [and] shares leapt 15 per cent at the open on Thursday morning and [are] now up more than 140 per cent since early November, and four-fold over 12 months.”