40% OFF Everyone Active Gym/Swimming/Classes membership - £270
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40% OFF Everyone Active Gym/Swimming/Classes membership - £270

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Found 17th Mar
Oh man.. looked for an offer like this and could not find it. Then paid £360 for a years membership (£450 for a year - £90 NHS discount).

Having just paid and the membership should have started from tomorrow (but they applied it from Friday gone as that is when i paid) i stumble across this offer. :-(

Valid for a lot of their gyms and only in MARCH.

£270. Not bad option..! I am basing this in the £45/month deal paying £450 for the year IN ONE INSTALLMENT - 40%)

** MUST PAY IN ONE INSTALLMENT **

Thought i share with everyone else incase it benefits anyone else..!
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    Looks like the 'Get deal' link only applies to certain centres, but this link opens up the offer to quite a few more places

    everyoneactive.com/ann…fb/
    Is there a specific discount code or can you only get the offer by completing an enquiry form? Sorry if I’ve missed it, still early for me
    Edited by: "searsp" 18th Mar
    Fantastic deal, I use Everyone Active and pay £43 a month. Huge saving for me if I can get this deal - the link davesherman posted includes my centres.

    Thanks for posting.
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    ChrisKaru1 h, 9 m ago

    Fantastic deal, I use Everyone Active and pay £43 a month. Huge saving for …Fantastic deal, I use Everyone Active and pay £43 a month. Huge saving for me if I can get this deal - the link davesherman posted includes my centres. Thanks for posting.


    That's funny... On my phone it's the same!

    Most centres but not all even in davesherma link.

    Good deal . Will look out for it next year!
    davesherman10 h, 57 m ago

    Looks like the 'Get deal' link only applies to certain centres, but this …Looks like the 'Get deal' link only applies to certain centres, but this link opens up the offer to quite a few more places ;)https://www.everyoneactive.com/annualoffer40fb/


    First I was cursing this deal as it didn't include my club.... until I clicked on your link.

    Either way I would have voted hot!! great deal!!
    How is £45 per month £450 per year? Do you only pay 10 months .

    Ours is usually £36 a month 12 months but with the kids doing swimming lessons I signed up for £27 per month.
    It also states you have to pay in full upfront . Clause number 5. No refund if cancelled and no monthly payments. Not such a good deal
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    crazy_b26 m ago

    How is £45 per month £450 per year? Do you only pay 10 months .Ours is u …How is £45 per month £450 per year? Do you only pay 10 months .Ours is usually £36 a month 12 months but with the kids doing swimming lessons I signed up for £27 per month.


    If you pay in one installment then usually the yearly amount is 10*monthly. So £45=£450.

    I usually pay in one go... As it's Less psychologically distressing when I go for the first month and never again...with monthly the pain of not going but paying is just too much!

    Today was day 1..!

    Swimming lesson idea I found out after! I think you get 25% off! My two get lessons but I never knew that offer existed.

    Funny I was searching for a while but only after unpaid did I start to notice these offers.
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    Changed the deal to include new link provided above. Mine was the one that had terms and conditions. Both do the same in that many centres included BUT a few are not.
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    crazy_b28 m ago

    It also states you have to pay in full upfront . Clause number 5. No …It also states you have to pay in full upfront . Clause number 5. No refund if cancelled and no monthly payments. Not such a good deal


    Depends. You pay in advance but you pay for 10 months and get 2 in essence free. If I'd paid monthly with NHS discount it'd be £36 a month Vs £360 a year. I think yearly is better for me. Not everyone can afford a lump sum in one go so may be easier but more if you pay monthly.

    With monthly as well many gyms do not let you off unless GP note etc.. etc...

    My idea is I'd rather pay now and If i don't go then cut my losses rather then every month feel the pain of the direct debit!
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    searsp4 h, 28 m ago

    Is there a specific discount code or can you only get the offer by …Is there a specific discount code or can you only get the offer by completing an enquiry form? Sorry if I’ve missed it, still early for me


    Fill form and they get back to you to apply discount. Also remember you have to pay in one go!
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    davesherman11 h, 35 m ago

    Looks like the 'Get deal' link only applies to certain centres, but this …Looks like the 'Get deal' link only applies to certain centres, but this link opens up the offer to quite a few more places ;)https://www.everyoneactive.com/annualoffer40fb/


    Thanks. Included your link. I had the same but going to the terms and conditions part!
    Nice but my closest gym is 178 miles away I guess I will stick to pure gym for time being.
    Edited by: "Elbandito" 18th Mar
    I'd strongly advise against using any EA centre. From my experience, particularly at Parklands Leisure Centre, staff are generally negligent, rude and like zombies.
    Alk14x21 m ago

    I'd strongly advise against using any EA centre. From my experience, …I'd strongly advise against using any EA centre. From my experience, particularly at Parklands Leisure Centre, staff are generally negligent, rude and like zombies.


    I'm reading reviews and there seems to be ALOT of complaints. wonder if this reflects the state of the gym itself...e.g maybe showers are never cleaned? machines are not cleaned...
    I would go in a heartbeat if it were 24 hrs, i tihnk my local closes at 7.30pm or something crazy on a saturday.
    Paying monthly you can cancel 30 days notice paying 12 months off you get no refund. £27 a month to me is far better than paying a huge chunk out at the beginning of every year.
    Alk14 agreed is a shocking run gym. Aircon never on, stuff always broken, 1 water machine that falls to bits, scales never work, they never answer the phone and let it ring out. I even tested the phone I phoned when no one was on the que and 2 staff next to the phone, rang it for ages and they let it ring out. I asked them why they didn’t answer and said they were busy!! They didn’t realise I was standing there watching them. But it’s close to my house and the equipment is decent.
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    5nowman2 h, 15 m ago

    I'm reading reviews and there seems to be ALOT of complaints. wonder if …I'm reading reviews and there seems to be ALOT of complaints. wonder if this reflects the state of the gym itself...e.g maybe showers are never cleaned? machines are not cleaned...


    Go and see for your self it close. Have several around me and several on way to work.

    The one I went to today is local and "good" the one midway to work is awesome, another close by totally new and great but one a little further is really really bad. I knew the one I'd go to is clean and friendly so I got the membership.

    My colleague pays around £70+ for a virgin one near canary wharf. Much much nicer.. he uses it all the time. With me.. like I said, I'd be happy if I went for the year!

    Last 6-7 years I spent money literally kitting up a room into a gym. Even installed glass panels on one side. Guess what.... The only times I went in was to show my friends , to clean the dust and when we sold the house!!
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    crazy_b1 h, 48 m ago

    Paying monthly you can cancel 30 days notice paying 12 months off you get …Paying monthly you can cancel 30 days notice paying 12 months off you get no refund. £27 a month to me is far better than paying a huge chunk out at the beginning of every year.


    Yes if mine was £27 I'd pay monthly... But mines is like £36!

    Now if I really use it then just may be I'll join the more plush gyms!
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    Alk14x2 h, 41 m ago

    I'd strongly advise against using any EA centre. From my experience, …I'd strongly advise against using any EA centre. From my experience, particularly at Parklands Leisure Centre, staff are generally negligent, rude and like zombies.



    To be honest the gym today one guy was super nice. One woman was super rude to one guy. To be fair the guys said " oi my card ain't lettin me in" to which she replied "im just holding the door, I ain't at the front am I"... I just try not to talk to anyone and use the machines to be honest!
    shahali11 m ago

    Go and see for your self it close. Have several around me and several on …Go and see for your self it close. Have several around me and several on way to work. The one I went to today is local and "good" the one midway to work is awesome, another close by totally new and great but one a little further is really really bad. I knew the one I'd go to is clean and friendly so I got the membership. My colleague pays around £70+ for a virgin one near canary wharf. Much much nicer.. he uses it all the time. With me.. like I said, I'd be happy if I went for the year! Last 6-7 years I spent money literally kitting up a room into a gym. Even installed glass panels on one side. Guess what.... The only times I went in was to show my friends , to clean the dust and when we sold the house!!


    Spot on.. I will do a few visits. I've ruled one site out due to the lack of parking! Thanks for posting.
    Just got back from my local EA centre. Membership team told me this offer isn't available for existing members or those who have had membership previously - this isn't stated in the T&Cs.

    I was peeved, so they promised to double check with head office and give me a call tomorrow.
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    ChrisKaru28 m ago

    Just got back from my local EA centre. Membership team told me this offer …Just got back from my local EA centre. Membership team told me this offer isn't available for existing members or those who have had membership previously - this isn't stated in the T&Cs. I was peeved, so they promised to double check with head office and give me a call tomorrow.


    I'd fill in the form and wait for them to contact you.

    Remember if your children have lessons then I think you get 25% off. If you don't and you work for NHS then you get around £90 off the file price. I did this. They never bother to check ( I work in the NHS though). You need to select near the price one of the option that says corporate membership and write national health service.

    The way I see it if you are a NHS patient you work With the NHS!

    Also
    shahali5 h, 53 m ago

    Yes if mine was £27 I'd pay monthly... But mines is like £36! Now if I r …Yes if mine was £27 I'd pay monthly... But mines is like £36! Now if I really use it then just may be I'll join the more plush gyms!


    You got children? Sign them up at swimming lessons , get the £27 a month deal then cancel their swimming lessons. Mine stopped having them 2 years ago but the £27 carries on.
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    crazy_b1 h, 33 m ago

    You got children? Sign them up at swimming lessons , get the £27 a month …You got children? Sign them up at swimming lessons , get the £27 a month deal then cancel their swimming lessons. Mine stopped having them 2 years ago but the £27 carries on.


    Unfortunately I never realised that you could get such a deal. Nothing that I read or came across told me that.

    It's after I bought it that I started to notice these things! Targeted adds maybe!
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    I have 2 doing swim lessons. Bering doing it for 2 years! Infact last few weeks unable to go and I'm still paying DD for them !
    Hart Leisure centre has just been rebuilt so looking forward to attending a new shiney gym and pool with reduced membership. Thanks op.
    ChrisKaru17 h, 11 m ago

    Just got back from my local EA centre. Membership team told me this offer …Just got back from my local EA centre. Membership team told me this offer isn't available for existing members or those who have had membership previously - this isn't stated in the T&Cs. I was peeved, so they promised to double check with head office and give me a call tomorrow.


    If its not in the advertised T&Cs then they cant refuse - unless your current membership states your not eligible for future offers?
    thanks op, signed up today! my local centre hadn't heard of this deal, but they applied the discount straight away.
    No centres near me on that list and the ones that are don't accept NHS discount! I hate the privatisation of everything!
    Hart Centre, Fleet are saying full membership is usually £599 so offer comes to £360? Am I being conned?
    Edited by: "daBluone" 21st Mar
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    daBluone3 m ago

    Hart Centre, Fleet are saying full membership is usually £599 so offer …Hart Centre, Fleet are saying full membership is usually £599 so offer comes to £360?


    Depends on what they offer. Most centres around £45. Some less and some more. Do you get racquet and sports hall activities with that...?

    Most are just gym, swimming and classes Inc sauna etc.
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    daBluone21st Mar

    Hart Centre, Fleet are saying full membership is usually £599 so offer …Hart Centre, Fleet are saying full membership is usually £599 so offer comes to £360?


    Seems your right. They are more expensive and offer the same as others. £36 is not bad if you use it!
    shahali36 m ago

    Depends on what they offer. Most centres around £45. Some less and some …Depends on what they offer. Most centres around £45. Some less and some more. Do you get racquet and sports hall activities with that...? Most are just gym, swimming and classes Inc sauna etc.


    Gym, Swim, Sauna, VIP Towels? , use of all centres ( which I dont want)

    The terms and conditions state 40% off Annual membership. When I log into site I get offered £459.90 so with 40% off it should be £275.94. When I argued this the rep said the offers are not linked and its and instore offer only so 40% is against their top tier membership.

    Guess I'll spend the money on a bucket of KFC and become a drain on the NHS.......
    Edited by: "daBluone" 21st Mar
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