David Lloyd Clubs - 14 days for £14
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David Lloyd Clubs - 14 days for £14

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Edited by:"Picard123"Found 24th Nov
Can't go wrong at this price.

Gym, pool, tennis, loads of different classes, and even a spa and golf courses at some of the clubs.

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T&Cs: Presumably £14 per-person?

Offer is only available to non-members from 13th November 2017
The trial is for a period of 14 days, 14 days must be taken consecutively.
14 day trial price is £14.
Trial is only valid until 13th December 2017.
Any days not taken by 28th December 2017 will be forfeited.
All trials must start by 13th December 2017.
Facilities, fees and classes vary per club.
Offer is not transferable between clubs and is valid in participating David Lloyd Clubs only.
Offer is not available at Harbour Clubs Chelsea, Kensington and Notting Hill, David Lloyd Colchester, Chigwell, Beckenham, Harrogate, Dublin, Southampton, Rouken Glen & Raynes Park.
14 day trial at Farnham excludes access to Amida Spa.
Only one 14 day trial may be taken per person.
Certain activities incur additional fees.
Edited by: "guybythesea" 24th Nov

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guybythesea6 m ago

Presumably £14 per-person


Yes. That is a bargain. Where I am it costs £8 just to book an outdoor tennis court for an hour in my local park and £10 for a yoga class at the local community centre, whereas practically everything is free at David Lloyd (apart from certain tennis classes at the heavily subscribed clubs eg. Raynes Park in London, Bushey in Herts etc). Each club can be quite different and often reflects the particular locality eg. Finchley very busy.
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Nov

Picard12324th Nov

Yes. That is a bargain. Where I am it costs £8 just to book an outdoor …Yes. That is a bargain. Where I am it costs £8 just to book an outdoor tennis court for an hour in my local park and £10 for a yoga class at the local community centre, whereas practically everything is free at David Lloyd (apart from certain tennis classes at the heavily subscribed clubs eg. Raynes Park in London, Bushey in Herts etc). Each club can be quite different and often reflects the particular locality eg. Finchley very busy.


Only good for playing tennis. Get far gym equipments even at Pure Gym.

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Slash5 h, 48 m ago

Only good for playing tennis. Get far gym equipments even at Pure Gym.


Unless you use the gym everyday (or simply have alot of money), I would never join a David Lloyd just for the gym. Normal membership is just too pricey for that. In fact, membership prices have gone up and up over the last 10 years. Classic example a corporate trying to drive more and more profit from their network of clubs. The one nearest to me for example is £160 per month including the tennis. Really nice club but given that I don't use all of the facilities, it's alot to pay.
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