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Join Bupa today and you could receive a Solbari promotional code valued up to $250*

Join Bupa today and you could receive a Solbari promotional code valued up to $250*

How it works:

Step 1: Join Bupa on a selected combined Hospital and Extras policy and use promo code ‘Solbari’ on sign up

Step 2: Maintain your selected combined Bupa health policy for a minimum of 60 days and depending on your type of cover, Bupa will email you a $250 Solbari promotional code for couples/families/single parent families or a $150 Solbari promotional code for singles*

Step 3: Redeem your promotional code atsolbari.com

Need assistance determining which Bupa policy is right for you?Call Bupa on 1300 153 645 or Request a call back from Bupa.
T&Cs apply*

Solbari is your sun protection specialist

Solbari is an award-winning sun protective brand based in Australia with customers in over 70 countries. With Solbari UPF50+ sun protection you can enjoy the outdoors safely and with confidence.

Terms & conditions

* Offer is available for customers who are new to Bupa, join with a selected combined health insurance policy between the 23 March 2019 and 1 December 2019 agree to pay premiums by direct debit or payroll deductions (if available), provide the promotion code “Solbari” on sign-up and maintain their cover for at least 60 days. An eligible health insurance policy is a selected single, single parent, single parent plus, couple, family or family plus, on a selected combined Hospital and Extras policy issued by Bupa. Offer excludes Overseas Student Health Cover, Overseas Visitors Cover and Short Stay Visitors cover. Australian residents only, excluding those from NT. Offer not available with any other Bupa promotional join offer and is not available if you join through a price comparison site (including Compare The Market and Health Insurance Comparison). Bupa health insurance policy product names are subject to change, as a result of industry reforms which have effect from 1 April 2019. View Full Terms & Conditions.

Solbari promotional code subject to the full terms and conditions available. View Full Terms & Conditions.

 



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