241 FITNESS

Group Exercise - Cape Cod, MA

Insurance Information

Health + Medical Benefits

Many health insurance companies offer rebates for their members towards health club memberships. To request receipts and contracts for insurance rebates fill out the form below.

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Heathways Insurance

241 FITNESS has partnered up with Healthways Insurance for reduced or FREE health and fitness benefits. If you are a cardholding active member in the Healthways Insurance network you are entitled to a membership at 241 FITNESS. Bring in your insurance card at your first visit and see what is covered by your benefits! 

Blue Cross Blue Shield

Your Fitness Benefit could save your family up to $150 - $300 per year in health club membership dues or exercise class fees. You can claim your $150 Fitness Benefit once you've belonged to a health club and been a BCBSMA member for at least four months (in a calendar year) if your company has added this benefit to your plan. You will need to check with BCBS or your employer to find out if you are eligible. 

Tufts Health Plan

Just complete at least four consecutive months of membership in Tufts Health Plan and at a qualified fitness center. Submit the Fitness Rebate Form, along with proof of fitness center membership and proof of payment, and Tufts Health Plan will reimburse up to $150 of your fitness club fees for the year.

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Harvard Pilgram

If you’re a member of Harvard Pilgrim, and belong to a qualified health and fitness club for four consecutive months, and Harvard Pilgrim will reimburse up to $150 for you or your dependents covered under your plan. 

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Exercise RX Tax Deduction

Are you working out because your doctor prescribed exercise for a specific health issue?

If so, you will be happy to know that your physician-prescribed exercise program can now be considered a tax-deductible “qualified medical expense” by the IRS.

Please ask your tax advisor for more details.