United Health Care offering to pay Peloton memberships for some of its customers

Workers in a fully insured plan can receive a 12-month digital Peloton membership or a 4-month all-access membership.

News 12 Staff

Jul 21, 2021, 12:48 PM

Updated 1,060 days ago

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United Health Care is offering to pay for Peloton memberships for some of its customers. Workers in a fully insured plan can receive a 12-month digital Peloton membership or a 4-month all-access membership. The insurance company aims to attract more affluent and healthy crowds with this perk, insuring more people who are less likely to have expensive or chronic health conditions.


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