02 Mar 18
The PGA has announced the launch of a brand new and exciting benefits programme, PGA Benefits, which could save its Members hundreds of pounds a year.
PGA Members will be able to gain access to exclusive offers and discounts only available to them through an easy-to-use online platform.
These include savings on health and fitness, holidays, motoring, wining and dining, spa treatments, entertainment, technology and a many more.
PGA Benefits has been designed to improve each Member’s experience of utilising the benefits on offer, ensuring the new scheme adds even more value to them.
A search function locates high street brands quickly, specifically relevant benefits are also highlighted, while the homepage displays the best discounts for key brands.
The new platform combines all Member benefits and incentives in once place. This means as well as finding new savings and offers, previous services such as ticketing information and offers from suppliers and partners can also be found on the website.
One added extra is a useful savings calculator that is able to show how much money Members could save on everything from car insurance and groceries, to gym membership and meals out.
Tristan Crew, executive director – Member services, said: “Over the past year we have been focused on improving the range of benefits available to PGA Members.
“With the launch of PGA Benefits it will be easier for our Members to take advantage of these new offers and, more importantly, save them money on everyday expenses.
“We will continue to develop new benefits as we move into the future, taking guidance from the recent Members Survey results, and we will also looks to develop benefits which are more accessible to our Members in Ireland and further afield.”
To access PGA Benefits, Members simply have to sign into the Members’ area on www.pga.info and click on ‘my benefits’.
*Terms and conditions apply to all benefits. See website for details. Insurance is subject to underwriting and eligibility criteria. PGA Benefits is managed and run on behalf of The PGA by Parliament Hill Ltd.
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