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WW - Weight Watchers subscription valid 01/03/20 only. COST IS £10.95 per month FOR A 6 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION (£65.70)
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WW - Weight Watchers subscription valid 01/03/20 only. COST IS £10.95 per month FOR A 6 MONTH SUBSCRIPTION (£65.70)

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Posted 1st Mar

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£10.95 per month - normally £13.95,
You get first month free and pay for 5 months at reduced rate.

as taken from WW website:

Promotional Timeframe: Valid Sunday 1st March - Sunday 1st March 2020

Where advertised, representative weekly price is based on avg. length month and assumes completion of full commitment term. You will be billed monthly.

Here's how it works:

1. Sign up at ww.com/uk/, between Sunday 1st March - Sunday 1st March 2020 to a Digital Subscription Plan

a. Purchase the one month Digital subscription plan and pay £13.95 and no starter fee (usually £10). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £13.95) until you cancel.
b. Purchase the four month Digital subscription plan and pay £10.45 for your first month then £10.45 per month for three months and no starter fee (a total of £41.80 over 4 months). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £13.95) until you cancel.
c. Purchase the six month Digital subscription plan and pay £0 for your first month then £10.95 per month for five months and no starter fee (a total of £54.75 over 6 months). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £13.95) until you cancel.

2. Sign up at ww.com/uk/, between Sunday 1st March - Sunday 1st March 2020 to a Workshop + Digital Subscription Plan

a. Purchase the three month Workshop + Digital subscription plan and pay £22.95 for your first month then £22.95 per month for two months and no starter fee (a total of £68.85 over 3 months). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £22.95) until you cancel.
b. Purchase the six month Workshop + Digital subscription plan and pay £19.95 for your first month then £19.95 per month for five months and no starter fee (a total of £119.70 over 6 months). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £22.95) until you cancel.
c. Purchase the twelve month Workshop + Digital subscription plan and pay £0 for your first month then £16.70 per month for eleven months and pay no starter fee (a total of £183.70 over 12 months). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £22.95) until you cancel.

3. Sign up in a Wellness Workshop, between Sunday 1st March - Sunday 1st March 2020 to a Workshop + Digital Subscription

a. Pay £22.95 and no starter fee (normally £10), on the one month Workshop + Digital subscription plan. Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £22.95) until you cancel.
b. Purchase the three month Workshop + Digital subscription plan, and pay £45.90 and no starter fee (normally £10). Subscriptions will automatically renew at the end of the plan at the standard monthly rate (currently £22.95) until you cancel.

4. Full terms of the subscription plans must be completed and other than in accordance with your statutory withdrawal rights you will not be entitled to a refund in the event that you cancel your subscription prior to the end of your subscription plan.
5. For Workshop + Digital plans purchased in a WW Workshop, activation needs to be completed on the WW website.
6. Offer open to mainland UK residents only (Workshop + Digital excluding Northern Ireland) who are 18 years and over.
7. One claim per person and is non- transferable. The offer cannot be combined with other offers. Full terms of the plan must be completed.
8. WW reserve the right to change, amend or cancel this offer at any time.
9. Your credit or debit card will automatically be charged 1 day before your renewal date.
10. Comparing digital members who tracked weight 6 months after starting WW Flex vs. the same time period on the prior programme in the prior year.
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9 Comments
Has anybody ever paid the starting/joining fee for Weight Watchers? It's like the DFS sale.
I was once thrown out of the weekly weigh in for making sarcastic comments. Of course I accepted this with huge grace, as they threw her out as well

~Gary Delaney
toonarmani01/03/2020 14:16

I was once thrown out of the weekly weigh in for making sarcastic …I was once thrown out of the weekly weigh in for making sarcastic comments. Of course I accepted this with huge grace, as they threw her out as well ~Gary Delaney


Made me smile
Join and you are guaranteed to lose 10 pounds in the first month.
Try the free myfitnesspal app by underarmour.

Someone recommended it to me and I've lost 3 stone in 6 mths.

As with any weight loss programme it still takes lifestyle change and will power but it helps.
It really does work if you stay to the meetings!
Uridium01/03/2020 18:27

Try the free myfitnesspal app by underarmour.Someone recommended it to me …Try the free myfitnesspal app by underarmour.Someone recommended it to me and I've lost 3 stone in 6 mths.As with any weight loss programme it still takes lifestyle change and will power but it helps.


No you haven’t.
MrWang01/03/2020 19:54

No you haven’t.


What makes you say that? Your incorrect by the way.

I assure you I have.

over the last few years my weight had really crept up.
I was 19st 4 on the day I started and sitting here today I'm now 16st 3 and slowly heading to my target weight of 15st. (I may go further, not sure yet)

In September I started a calorie controlled diet of 1400 calories per day with some indoor cycling using a turbo trainer.

Thanks for the encouragement

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Uridium01/03/2020 23:32

What makes you say that? Your incorrect by the way.I assure you I …What makes you say that? Your incorrect by the way.I assure you I have.over the last few years my weight had really crept up.I was 19st 4 on the day I started and sitting here today I'm now 16st 3 and slowly heading to my target weight of 15st. (I may go further, not sure yet)In September I started a calorie controlled diet of 1400 calories per day with some indoor cycling using a turbo trainer.Thanks for the encouragement [Image]


Well done on your weight loss so far!!Personally I’ve been trying MFP but it only helped monitor weight and diet for me. Tried WW before and it worked so will have another go to get me back losing weight.
Losing weight and then maintaining it is so difficult for lots of people, each person should do what works for them. Keep up the good work Uridium
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