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EJC+1
500+ posts
05/13/08 07:20 AM
Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost?

Doesn't look like they have their prices online.

What's the monthly membership fee going to be for me and the wife?

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hornimal
2500+ posts
05/13/08 07:52 AM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

which club?

everyone in my company has a membership. we pay around $60/person




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notreally
2500+ posts
05/13/08 08:54 AM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

i just called the one in dallas because they took over the premier club. i wrote them an email and asked for someone to contact me, AND that i am unable to visit the club so if you can't provide a price over the phone you shouldn't wast our time.

i got a call the next day with a price. i thought they wouldn't call, seeing how they couldn't pitch me with the tour and all that [censored].

They wanted $165 a month for me, my girlfriend, her two daughters (7 yr twins), and my daughter (11yr). So $60 a person sounds about right, because the kids were on a junior membership or some [censored].




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chuychanga
1000+ posts
05/13/08 09:40 AM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

I pay $112 a month for me, my wife, and our two kids. Plus we get 2 guest passes per month. We have the Gold membership, but get more guest passes because I joined before they opened. I'm at the one in south Austin.

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mishatx
2500+ posts
05/13/08 10:04 AM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

The gold membership is about what chuychanga said. It's like 60 bucks for person #1, 40 bucks for person #2, 6 bucks for kids. If your club is a platinum or onyx, it will cost more, but I don't know how much more.








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mishatx
2500+ posts
05/20/08 08:36 AM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: mishatx]

Just got an email that Lifetime South Austin is going Platinum on June 1. If you don't join by then, the price will go up $20 for a single membership. If you do join by June 1, you will keep the Gold pricing.

If you do join, let me know, I get a referral bonus.





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dmn1122
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06/10/08 02:09 PM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

Lifetime onxy in Dallas is $85 month for single and $125 month for couple plus taxes.

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TexanneSponsor
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06/10/08 04:56 PM
Re: Lifetime Fitness Membership Cost? [re: EJC+1]

Aaah, the benefits of being a fitness professional. I have free membership at two gyms in my town.

One thing to be aware of when you buy a "lifetime" membership to any gym: it's only good for the lifetime of the club, not YOUR lifetime. If your club goes under and another company buys them out, they are not necessarily required to honor your membership.







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