AXA PPP healthcare members can access 50% off PureGym membership

26 September 2016

All members – whether new or existing – who have private medical insurance with AXA PPP healthcare can take advantage of 50% off an annual membership with Britain’s largest gym chain, PureGym.

The firm has over 150 gyms across the UK and is open 24 hours a day all year round. 

Gordon Henderson, marketing director for AXA PPP healthcare, say: “In addition to providing fast track access to medical diagnosis and treatment when our members need it, as a healthcare company we also want to do our part to help them to live healthy, active lives by making health and fitness more accessible.

“We’re confident our members will find our PureGym offer great value and, for those who thought that gyms weren’t for them, a spur to action.”

Any member who has private healthcare cover with AXA PPP healthcare will receive 50% off an annual PureGym membership when they buy through, AXA’s online health and wellbeing shop.

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These days health insurers want to be seen as healthcare providers, not just providers of financial services. A tie up with a gym makes sense; the healthier you are the less likely it is you will make a claim.

However, AXA PPP healthcare is not the first to do this. Other health insurance providers offer discounts towards gym memberships as well.

  • Vitality Health offers 50% off monthly membership of Virgin Active gyms – a joining fee does however apply.
  • Aviva offers up to 25% off a choice of leading health clubs around the UK.



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