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12-Month Gym Membership £215.00 @ The Gym Group, Nationwide (40% Off)

£215.00 @ Groupon
Great deal if you closest gym in over £17 per month... Also can use discount code to get 10% to 15% if your look around Read More
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Great deal if you closest gym in over £17 per month... Also can use discount code to get 10% to 15% if your look around
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#1
My local one advertises £14.99 a month, so cheaper than £215 a year.
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The whole notion of paying for a year's gym upfront and in one installment is nuts.

You might get an injury/illness, become hospitalised, move away from the branches, get bored, not have the time anymore (e.g. have to care for a relative), dislike the nearest branch to you, change your life priorities, see them change the facilities offered, become unemployed, etc. Then you're tied in.
#3
is this membership to use all sites or just one gym?
1 Like #4
Covert.Recon
The whole notion of paying for a year's gym upfront and in one installment is nuts.
You might get an injury/illness, become hospitalised, move away from the branches, get bored, not have the time anymore (e.g. have to care for a relative), dislike the nearest branch to you, change your life priorities, see them change the facilities offered, become unemployed, etc. Then you're tied in.
Do most gyms regardless of paying monthly or yearly still not insist on a 12 month minimum term anyway?
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paulj48
Covert.Recon
The whole notion of paying for a year's gym upfront and in one installment is nuts.
You might get an injury/illness, become hospitalised, move away from the branches, get bored, not have the time anymore (e.g. have to care for a relative), dislike the nearest branch to you, change your life priorities, see them change the facilities offered, become unemployed, etc. Then you're tied in.
Do most gyms regardless of paying monthly or yearly still not insist on a 12 month minimum term anyway?


Pure Gym don't.
#6
paulj48
Do most gyms regardless of paying monthly or yearly still not insist on a 12 month minimum term anyway?


The Gym don't, it's pay monthly , currently £17.99 a month, so no idea why anyone would pay upfront for a year. Also no joining fee at our local at the moment, and they continue to charge the price you joined at instead of putting fees up all the time, so husband still pays £15.99 a month
. Think this offer might let you go to any branch , whereas they normally charge an extra £1 to add a second gym location per month.

Edited By: tinkerbellian on Jun 14, 2017 14:01:
#7
Covert.Recon
The whole notion of paying for a year's gym upfront and in one installment is nuts.You might get an injury/illness, become hospitalised, move away from the branches, get bored, not have the time anymore (e.g. have to care for a relative), dislike the nearest branch to you, change your life priorities, see them change the facilities offered, become unemployed, etc. Then you're tied in.

Yeah... True. But, a lot of gyms are contract only or a really expensive rolling contract.
So you're pretty much stuck paying monthly (which usually costs more) anyway if you get injuries. Unless you pay to get out of it.
Obviously if your gym is per month then it doesn't matter to you.

Edited By: rev6 on Jun 14, 2017 14:12:
#8
our local is 10.99 a month with no contract. sorry cold from me
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The gym is amazing lots of equipment
#10
I joined this gym 3 months ago. The best decision of my life. Brilliant trainers, excellent classes. I love it ❤️
Although I pay £18.99. I joined when there was no joining fee. Still worth it. £17 is excellent price. I would have paid it

Edited By: ohdearohdear on Jun 14, 2017 19:46
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paulj48
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The whole notion of paying for a year's gym upfront and in one installment is nuts.
You might get an injury/illness, become hospitalised, move away from the branches, get bored, not have the time anymore (e.g. have to care for a relative), dislike the nearest branch to you, change your life priorities, see them change the facilities offered, become unemployed, etc. Then you're tied in.
Do most gyms regardless of paying monthly or yearly still not insist on a 12 month minimum term anyway?

The pay per month, flexible, no commitment model is on the rise, like in other industries (e.g. NOW TV).

I quit LA Fitness because of the 12 month contract. They reduced the opening times of the onsite creche and then we couldn't go as a family any more. I ended up going on my own, but still being forced to pay for two adults, until the contract ended. Because of their grasping for that final months' money, they lost a customer for life.

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