The Vitality health programme encourages and rewards you for living well. Here are your rates for 2018, as well as additional ways to earn points next year.
Your rates for 2018
Other Vitality rates
|Vitality Health Check||R263|
|Vitality Fitness Assessment||R400|
|Vitality High Performance Fitness Assessment||R400|
|Activation fee when you join Virgin Active or Planet Fitness||R1 995|
|Kids Vitality Health Check||R73|
|Team Vitality (Effective 1 November 2017)||
|Ster-Kinekor rates||You can enjoy a 50% saving on all 2D and 3D movies in 2018.|
For updates to the travel benefit for 2018 click here.
Some of these rates may change during the course of 2018. You will be advised before this happens. Please keep visiting the website to stay up to date on specific 2018 rates and updates.
Update to the Gym Booster benefit
From 2018 you can boost your savings on your monthly gym fees up to 100% as follows:
- Achieve up to 2 goals per month: 75% saving
- Achieve 3 goals per month: 85% saving
- Achieve 4 goals per month: 100% saving
We've added additional ways for members to earn points next year.
- Women aged 65 and older, and men aged 70 and older can earn 2 500 points for doing a bone mass density test. The test can be done once every 2 years, and members will earn the points for both years that the test is valid.
- Members who are part of Vitality Weight Loss Rewards can now earn 100 points for every verified weigh-in.
- Children aged 6 and up can now earn 100 points per gym visit.
- Children aged 14 and up can now earn up to 300 points for working out with a Vitality linked fitness device where the device allows.
- Children aged 11 or 12 can now earn 500 points for getting the meningococcal conjugate vaccination. Children aged 16 can earn 500 points for getting the booster dose.
- Children between 6-18 will earn 2500 points when they complete the EyeGym Bronze course
- Members 50 and older can earn 2 500 points for doing a Faecal Immunochemical Test or Faecal Occult Blood Test. Any members that are within the 10 year period of having a colonoscopy will not receive points for doing a Faecal Immunochemical Test or Faecal Occult Blood Test. Please consult your doctor before choosing how you screen for colon cancer.