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    • vpdbac
    • By vpdbac 24th Jan 18, 12:24 AM
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    Anytime Fitness "Free" trial costs £10
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    • 24th Jan 18, 12:24 AM
    Anytime Fitness "Free" trial costs £10 24th Jan 18 at 12:24 AM
    Evening all,

    Just be aware that the staff at Anytime Fitness will try and charge you £10 for your "free" session.

    They argued that you get it off your first month's membership, when you join.

    I argued, showed them their website, and they gave in. If a free trial was supposed to show off the gym in a good light, it just made them come across as unfriendly and unwelcoming. They didn't even offer to show me around the gym or sell the benefits to me in anyway. :-/ suggests that a 3 day free pass is available. I can't see this on their website but can see a mention of a free 1day session...

    1) First you click "Get your Free Trial".

    2) Once you've chosen a location you click "Get your trial pass" (

    3) The clicky Ts&Cs on that page do NOT mention any payment.
    ( ditions)

    4) Enter your details and click "Get Free Trial"

    It should be noted that the confirmation email does mention a £10 fee, discounted from your joining fee.

    It may be that this is particular to the Woolwich branch.

    Good luck, stay healthy.
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