MoleMap, New Zealand’s largest skin check provider, gives you the opportunity to earn Airpoints Dollars on qualifying spend on skin cancer checks.
Until the 3 November 2017, new customers who get a Full Body MoleMap can earn triple Airpoints Dollars on all qualifying spend.
The standard earn rate is 2.5 Airpoints Dollars for every $100 of spend.
In addition to this, new MoleMap customers who get a MoleMap Skin Check will earn a bonus 10 Airpoints Dollars, and new customers who get a Full Body MoleMap will earn a bonus 20 Airpoints Dollars.
You can even let your family use your Airpoints number, so you’ll earn Airpoints Dollars for their appointments too.
New customers who get a Full Body MoleMap will earn 7.5 Airpoints Dollars for every $100 of qualifying spend.
For example, if your MoleMap appointment is $379, you will earn 28.5 Airpoints Dollars.
This is in addition to the bonus 20 Airpoints Dollars you’ll earn as a new customer when you get a Full Body MoleMap.
Your Full Body MoleMap appointment must fall between 2 October 2017 and 3 November 2017. If a patient reschedules their appointment outside of these dates, the offer will be voided.
Full offer terms and conditions can be found here.
Our take: is this a good deal?
While we cannot comment on whether MoleMap is competitive generally in terms of pricing, or how experienced they are in undertaking skin checks, if you were already planning to make an appointment with MoleMap for a Full Body MoleMap, I think this works out to be a good value deal.
As most will know, 1 Airpoints Dollar will equal $1 NZD spent on flights with Air New Zealand.
The standard price of a Full Body MoleMap costs $379.
Together with the bonus 20 Airpoints Dollars, this offer works out to be an effective 12.8% rebate on the cost of your appointment, with a total earn of 48.5 Airpoints Dollars.
How to register for the promotion
All you have to do is let the clinic know your Airpoints number at the time of your appointment – easy!
Will you take advantage of this offer? Let us know in the comments section below.
Photo courtesy of MoleMap.