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Score tickets to the game with SmartHealth

SmartHealth is sending four eligible PEBB members to see the Seattle Storm or Seattle Seahawks!

SmartHealth will hold two random drawings for eligible PEBB and SEBB subscribers who complete their well-being assessment by the deadline. Subscribers who have already completed the well-being assessment will automatically be entered into the drawings. Learn all the details and read the FAQs.

If you haven’t tried the new SmartHealth experience yet, get started today.

  • To get started on your desktop, log into SmartHealth and enter your email address and password. You will be asked to set up additional account security.
  • To get started on a mobile device, first delete the existing Limeade app and download the Limeade ONE app for iOS or Android.

What is SmartHealth?

SmartHealth is a voluntary wellness program that supports your whole person well-being. With SmartHealth, there are activities for everyone, no matter where you are on your wellness journey. As you progress on your journey, you can earn points, achieve levels, and qualify for the $125 SmartHealth wellness incentive. Watch the video to learn more about SmartHealth.

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