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Walk your way to fresh rewards

Get moving this March to earn $100 worth of fruit and veggies from Coles or 20,000 flybuys points.

Medibank members are encouraged to step up and get active this March for MOVE MORE, a 31-day fitness challenge that rewards your healthy choices.

All you need to do is link your flybuys and Medibank memberships to your eligible activity tracking device and start moving. By walking 10,000 steps each day for the full month, you  could earn:

  • Your choice of either a $100 Coles fruit and vegetables voucher, or 20,000 bonus flybuys points.
  • 10 points for each day you reach 10,000 steps on a linked eligible activity tracking device

Steps can be recorded using a Fitbit Wireless Activity Tracker, Garmin VivoFit, Polar Loop or Jawbone UP.

The campaign is designed to get people living a more active lifestyle, and to reward these healthy choices, says flybuys General Manager Adam Story. “At Coles, the Health and wellbeing of our customers is at the utmost importance to us, so we are delighted to launch into the MOVE MORE challenge that will see Australian’s taking healthy steps towards a more active lifestyle.”

Laz Cotsios, Medibank’s Chief Customer Officer, adds: “At Medibank, we stand for better health for Australians and it’s great to be able to reward those who proactively take small steps to improve their health and wellbeing.”

Register before 28 February and reap the benefits of a healthier lifestyle and earn bonus rewards from Coles and flybuys.

The MOVE MORE 31-day challenge runs from 1-31 March 2015. To sign up or find our more, visit flybuys.com.au/movemore

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