News - 11th July 2018
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Are you a Vitality member? You could be missing out on points

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Whether you are new to the parkrun community, or have been a regular for years, make sure that you have successfully linked your parkrun profile with Discovery Vitality so that you don’t miss out on earning your fitness points. Click here to get started or to check if you’ve already linked your profile. You can also follow this simple step-by-step guide to help you with the linking process using your ID number or your South African or foreign passport number. Complete the link and take a step closer to earning your Vitality points, reaching your weekly Vitality Active Rewards goal and enjoying the rewards.

 

Once you’ve linked your profile, you’ll earn up to 300 Vitality points for completing a parkrun and scanning your unique barcode at the finish line after every run. Vitality points will take up to four days to reflect on your Vitality Points Monitor and your Discovery app.

 

Make sure that you have linked today!

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