Health Insurance for Hill-walkers

Join the group to get £100 voucher to spend on nutrition and supplements when buying health insurance

About this group

What’s this group for?

This group has been set up to get hillwalkers a better deal on their health insurance. By joining the group, you will share the collective buying power and get access to an exclusive offer on health insurance for hillwalkers.

Why does the group exist?

We believe that healthier people deserve a better deal on their health insurance – after all, they are less likely to claim. The outdoor exercise, fresh air and relaxation of hill-walking brings those health benefits, so we formed this group to get hillwalkers a better deal.

What’s the benefit?

Healthy snacks are important on a long walk, allowing you to maintain energy without undoing the benefits of the exercise. We've negotiated for group members to receive a £100 voucher to spend on healthy snacks and sports supplements when they buy health insurance with AXA PPP healthcare. Group members will also get 50% off gym membership.

AXA PPP healthcare’s Personal Health product offers: outpatient scans; 24/7 phone nurse support and Fast Track Appointments service as standard. Their extensive heart and cancer cover and care also comes as standard and their award-winning customer service and their modern approach to Health insurance convinced us they were a good choice for this group.

How do I take advantage of this offer?

You can join the group at no cost using the ‘Join’ button on this page. You’ll then be able to get a no-obligation, online quote from AXA PPP healthcare to see if the price works for you.

Who are Bought By Many?

Bought By Many groups people together who have a similar insurance need. We then use their collective buying power to secure members of the group a better deal on their insurance. We’ve helped our members pay less, save time and get better cover. See the how it works page for more detail!

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

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