Insurance provider Petplan has joined the Fly Buys network.
According to Loyalty NZ, Fly Buys members will be able to collect points on their pet insurance policies. Meanwhile, current Petplan policyholders will be able to collect Fly Buys points when their policies renew.
Fly Buys members can collect points at over 950 partner outlets in NZ, and Loyalty NZ says research shows that 80% of Kiwi households have a Fly Buys membership, making this an ideal partnership.
Petplan managing director Doug Ford said they are thrilled to join the Fly Buys family, and are excited to help reward more Kiwis for taking care of their beloved four-legged family members.
“Now more families can focus on loving and enjoying their pets, safe in the knowledge that they will be covered from incurring unplanned vet bills,” Ford noted.
“Kiwis love their pets and over 70% of homes have a four-legged family member but keeping up with vet bills and unexpected medical conditions can strain the household budget,” Loyalty NZ chief partnerships officer Dave Mansfield added. “However, shopping across the Fly Buys network can add more value to the household budget and this partnership will allow our members to collect points while also keeping their pets healthy.”
Petplan is a pet insurance provider for dogs, cats and horses. It claims it has the highest claim benefit for vet fees in New Zealand. The scheme was made available in New Zealand in 2008 and currently insures over 1.5 million four-legged beneficiaries.