Is 24hr fitness worth paying for?

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  1. ziggie216

    ziggie216 New Member

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    wtf pay...

    Initiation Fee: $99
    Processing Fee: $79.99
    Ongoing monthly dues: $42.99

    fee fee fee fee fee :squint:
     
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    try signing up during an offer when they waive the fees, or add yourself to an existing family member's account
     
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    fuck that, too expensive.
     
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    if you can focus on lifting at not the massive amount of trim :eek:

    sign up with a buddy and monthly dues go down to 34.99...
     
  5. Neo22

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    if you go at the end of the month and sign up like today your dumbass will get the initiation and processing fee waived. Then only have to pay first and last months dues.
     
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    try not to get raped by the sales persons commission next time.
     
  7. hay112

    hay112 For every sprinkle I find I shall kill you

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    haggle with them, trust me i've done this twice with them...they'll come down
     
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    either that or see if you can get them to waive the fees if you agree to sign up and pay a lump sum in advance. I paid for a year and a half up front, and after that year and a half's up, i get a year and a half free (basically 3 years for the price of 1.5), got 6 free training sessions :cjerk: and... here's the topper... each year after the initial 3 is $24/year (only $2/month)
     
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    never said I joined yet
     
  10. Jeff Merr

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    try to avoid 24hr at all costs...my membership lasted about 1.5 months, wasted money on all the initiation fee's, but i was damn sure glad i was out of that fucking place. Oh and wait until you try and cancel, it's like canceling an AOL subscription :rofl:
     
  11. maks

    maks Bah! t(-_-t)

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    thats nice. My deal was $550 up front for 3 years. Then $70 per year afterwards. I think they just ran this promo a few weeks ago.

    Going to the gym is worth it if its not too ghetto and there aren't that many idiots there. Hot chicks too :naughty:
     
  12. Skeletor

    Skeletor Guest

    my friend and his dad got a 3 year contract for both of them for a little over a grand, and then just 49 bucks a year after that (for life). And he can bring one guest with him at any time as often as he wants.
     
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    conttract??? screw that... i think i'll stick w/ home and school's gym...
     
  14. Neo22

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    you dont have to sign a contract at 24
     
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    I offered to sign up for 2 years at teh start, so they would wiave teh fees. $600 later, I came out at like half price even before all the sign up fees.
     
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