Being healthy isn’t just about working out – your clients can incorporate exercise and general wellbeing into almost any activity. Demonstrate how Vitality can help your clients enjoy being healthy by asking them what they like to do in their spare time.

WHAT DO YOU LIKE DOING IN YOUR SPARE TIME?

Client response: I’m always planning my next holiday 
Adviser response: Did you know you could potentially save hundreds of pounds on the cost of your holidays each year with Vitality’s travel partners? You could receive up to 40% off return economy British Airways flights (including taxes and charges), to more than 70 destinations within the UK and Europe. You can also save up to 50% on Eurostar tickets to Paris, Brussels and other locations. And you’ll get up to 25% cashback (up to a maximum of £125) on the cost of a stay in any of Mr & Mrs Smith’s handpicked luxury boutique hotels including the Smith family range.

Client response: I’m a film fanatic
Adviser response: Vitality clients can see the latest releases with weekly tickets for being active. All you have to do to be eligible for your weekly ticket at Cineworld or Vue cinemas is earn nine points by getting active and regularly tracking your exercise. There are lots of ways you can earn Vitality points: for example, by walking 7,000 steps three days a week or going to a Virgin Active gym just once a week.

Client response: I catch up with friends over a coffee 
Adviser response: Fancy a free one? Earn just nine Vitality points by regularly tracking your exercise each week and you’ll be eligible for a handcrafted drink from Starbucks. It’s easy – you can earn enough points from one trip to a Virgin Active gym or from doing enough steps each week.

Client response: I enjoy being pampered 
Adviser response: Vitality makes it cheaper for you to relax in luxury. Members receive 75% off the cost of a Spa Day or Classic Break of up to three nights at Champneys Spa Resorts. Stay at any of the four rural retreats and you can detox, lose weight, get active or simply recharge your batteries.

Details correct as at May 2015. Terms and conditions apply to all Vitality partners.

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