News - 25th November 2020

Vhi (not)parkrun rewards are here!

Vhi (not)parkrun rewards (1)

Vhi want to reward you for taking part in (not)parkrun, so they have added (not)parkrun to the Vhi rewards on the Vhi app!


parkrunners who are Vhi customers can earn a  €5 reward when you participate in your weekly (not)parkrun! To take part, all you have to do is submit your 5km walk, jog or running time on your parkrun profile each week.


As you participate and upload your times, your fastest time each week will count towards unlocking rewards. Five of your fastest (not)parkruns will unlock a €5 voucher that you can claim. One run, walk or jog will be counted towards this programme each week.


You can either use your €5 straight away or save it, and it will be added to your reward balance. With your €5 voucher ready to go, you can use choose where you want to spend your reward. Brands include Lifestyle Sports, Easons, Jump Juice and Drop Chef.


When you have submitted your times, you will receive a text message, notifying you that you are now eligible to claim your Vhi (not)parkrun rewards. You have five days to claim your reward on the Vhi app. If you have already earned and saved from previous rewards, you can select the voucher amount you would like to spend. Click on the redeem button and you will receive a voucher code in your app. If you are shopping online, just simply enter the voucher code when the discount code option appears.


So, if you’re a Vhi member, link your parkrun account in the Vhi app and start earning rewards to spend on sports gear, juices and much more! Full terms and conditions apply. Visit the Vhi app for further information.


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