Fitbit

Fitbit is a leading manufacturer of activity trackers and wireless-enabled wearable devices that measure data such as the number of steps walked, quality of sleep, and other personal metrics.

AIA Vitality members can enjoy 25% discount off the recommended retail price of selected Fitbit fitness devices.

 What You Need To Know

You can enjoy 25% discount off the recommended retail price on selected Fitbit fitness devices purchased through aiavitality.com.hk. This discount does not apply to Fitbit purchases made at retail stores or through any other websites.

Our discount offer is applicable to a wide range of fitness devices and therefore, there is a possibility of some recently introduced models that might not yet be compatible with AIA Vitality. To ensure compatibility, please click here for the list of fitness device manufacturer and fitness application that is support by AIA Vitality Programme.

Earn up to 100 AIA Vitality Points each day

For workouts tracked using Fitbit

You'll earn AIA Vitality Points in the fitness category, depending on the number of steps that you take a day.

You can earn up to 15,000 AIA Vitality Points for all fitness-related activities (including gym workouts, fitness device tracking and organised fitness events). Once you have linked your device to AIA Vitality, points take up to 2 weeks to show on your AIA Vitality Points Statement.

Steps Each Day AIA Vitality Points

7,500 – 12,499

50

OR

 

>= 12,500

100

OR

 

<7,500

You may earn points if we have suggested a personal Health Goal within this range.

A maximum of 100 points will be awarded for one download a day. If you complete two fitness activities in 1 day, then the higher points between the two will be awarded.

Example:John buys a fitness device that can be linked to AIA Vitality. His device collects step and calorie data. John takes part in a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity in one exercise session. He exercises at an average heart rate of more than 60% of his age-related maximum heart rate, burns a minimum of 150 calories (at a rate of no fewer than 300 calories an hour) and takes 7,500 steps. He uploads his exercise data to AIA Vitality. This event qualifies for 50 points.

On the same day John also completed a marathon and submitted the information of this organised fitness event to AIA Vitality. This event qualifies for 1,500 points.

John will earn 1,500 points for the day of the marathon i.e. the higher of the 2 above events.

 Get Started

Join AIA Vitality now to enjoy a wide range of benefits and start earning AIA Vitality Points.

Your browser () is out-of-date and may not display all features of the website correctly. Please update your browser. Don't show me this message again X