It pays to work out if you’re a CDPHP member.
And by pays, I mean it actually pays.
With the CDPHP fitness reimbursement, subscribers and their covered dependents on most plans can receive up to $600 per plan year for going to the gym, taking in-person or digital fitness classes, and for youth sports fees.
Every health insurance plan has a subscriber. This person is the primary policyholder. If they have a spouse or children who are covered by the plan, those individuals are called covered dependents.
With the CDPHP fitness reimbursement, the subscriber can be reimbursed up to $400 per plan year for going to the gym or taking paid fitness classes (including virtual classes). If you’re the only person covered by your CDPHP plan, $400 is your maximum reimbursement amount.
If you have covered dependents, they are eligible for a combined (not per dependent) reimbursement of $200, in addition to the subscriber’s $400 reimbursement – bringing the grand total to a maximum of $600.
In addition to gym memberships and fitness classes, the dependent portion can be used for youth sports fees for members under age 18.
This benefit is not available to members on the following plans:
If you’re still not sure if you’re eligible, call the number on your ID card.
Once you’ve logged in, select the Health & Wellness tab in the top right corner and select Fitness Reimbursement Form from the drop-down list.
Then, fill out a very brief form and attach your receipts to complete your submission.
It’s that simple!
A few things to note
Still have questions? You can find additional information on our fitness reimbursement page.
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