Until 30 June, new and existing customers who get a Full Body MoleMap can earn double Airpoints Dollars.
The sees the standard earn rate boosted to 5 Airpoints Dollars for every $100 of spend.
Your appointment must be booked in, and be within, the month of June 2019.
Full offer terms and conditions can be found here.
Earning Airpoints Dollars with MoleMap
MoleMap is New Zealand’s largest skin check provider, with over 40 clinics across the country.
With the harsh sun in this country, I have learnt how important it is to get your skin checked frequently here in New Zealand.
MoleMap is the only skin check service to offer the ability to earn Airpoints Dollars on qualifying spend on skin cancer checks.
How do I earn?
Simply show your physical or app-based card in-store when paying.
How much will I earn?
MoleMap will give new and existing customers 2.5 Airpoints Dollars for every $100 spent at any of their clinics.
This is an effective 2.5% return on your spend, on the basis of 1 Airpoints Dollar being equal to $1 NZD when put towards flights with Air New Zealand.
See this as a ‘minimum’ rebate, as you can find better value through select partner redemptions.
Your Airpoints earn should hit your account within 10 working days of payment.
- Appointments paid for with Full Body MoleMap or Skin Check gift vouchers are not eligible for Airpoints Dollars earn
- Appointments booked through MoleMap’s workplace screening programme are not eligible for Airpoints Dollars earn
Using a credit card to use to maximise points earn
Most MoleMap clinics accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express with no transaction fees, which provides a good opportunity to double dip and earn points through card spend too.
If you happen to stumble across a clinic that does not accept Amex, contact the MoleMap Head Office, and pay via them.
The highest earning Airpoints card that you can use at MoleMap is the American Express Airpoints Platinum, where you’ll earn 1 Airpoints Dollar for every $59 spent.
Using this card will boost your effective return on spend with MoleMap to 4.19%.
While I 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, you may as well earn something back for your spend.
Remember that the cost of points can often be reflected in the price that you pay – so still be sure to compare prices and shop around, particularly if reputable skin check services are offered at a cheaper price elsewhere.
Photos courtesy of MoleMap.