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Goodlife Gym Membership Deal (is this good?)

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Goodlife Gym Membership Deal (is this good?)

I went to Goodlife fitness in Ajax (on Harwoord Ave) and they offered me the following deal,

$16 bi-weekly for 10 months.
$24.50 bi-weekly for the last 2 months.

No other fees whatsoever (0 initiation, 0 Admin and No first or last required). This is a one year contract.

What do you guys think? Thx.
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if u do the math its about 34.83 a month so its ok deal considering i pay 38 at the YMCA
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Frankie3s wrote:
Jun 16th, 2007 3:36 am
I went to Goodlife fitness in Ajax (on Harwoord Ave) and they offered me the following deal,

$16 bi-weekly for 10 months.
$24.50 bi-weekly for the last 2 months.

No other fees whatsoever (0 initiation, 0 Admin and No first or last required). This is a one year contract.

What do you guys think? Thx.
good deal. but if you know someone who works for TDSB, you can get the spousal rate of $24.99/month which is pretty good.
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iyell4 wrote:
Jun 19th, 2007 2:17 pm
good deal. but if you know someone who works for TDSB, you can get the spousal rate of $24.99/month which is pretty good.
can you get me $24.99/month
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Some federal government organizations get a discounted price of $350 a year for employees and spouses, but I think the reason why is because a lot of government organizations are exclusive to other fitness companies (like being in the Canadian Forces = free YMCA).
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Frankie3s wrote:
Jun 16th, 2007 3:36 am
I went to Goodlife fitness in Ajax (on Harwoord Ave) and they offered me the following deal,

$16 bi-weekly for 10 months.
$24.50 bi-weekly for the last 2 months.

No other fees whatsoever (0 initiation, 0 Admin and No first or last required). This is a one year contract.

What do you guys think? Thx.
I went to that location last night and signed up for a similar deal

$16 bi-weekly for 40 weeks.
$24.50 bi-weekly for the last 12 weeks.

No other fees whatsoever (0 initiation, 0 Admin and No first or last required). This is a one year contract.

I still have 10 days to cancel. Anyone think that I can find a better deal somewhere else?

I would rather work out at my local rec centre, but I work out @ 5am and cant find many places that open that early.
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I called Goodlife fitness and it doesn't seem like all that great of a deal.

1. After 1 year, its $24.50 bi-weekly
2. You cannot sign up at that club and use any other club. In order to use other clubs, the rate is $29.50 bi-weekly.
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Im gonna go to goodlife today and cancel my membership. if they can offer me something better, then maybe i'll stay.

I've only been a member for 8 days, so by law they have to allow me to cancel.
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The $0 initiation and $0 processing is actually standard there now so it isn't that big of a deal but the $16 biweekly sounds pretty good compared to the standard $28. I've always found them slightly overpriced myself but their staff is really good with their customers and the equipment is always awesome and up to date. It's a matter of personal preference I guess.
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Aug 12, 2007
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hi
I went to a women's Goodlife club today, they quoted me $26 bi-weekly('standard' student rate) and wont lower the price
What can I do to talk them into lower it for me? -_-
Maybe they'll budge when my parents go talk to them? (i'm 17)
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Isnt it $21/month at YMCA...no contract.
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no_name wrote:
Aug 14th, 2007 11:26 pm
Isnt it $21/month at YMCA...no contract.
No, I don't think so! That would be an INSANE deal!
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I pay only 6.25 a week for goodlife, corporate plan.
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how do u get corporate plan? does the company u work for has to have some sort of contract with goodlife?
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ly_ygtq wrote:
Aug 15th, 2007 12:52 am
how do u get corporate plan? does the company u work for has to have some sort of contract with goodlife?

i 2nd that, what kind of corp. plan?

I just managed to get a kick-ass deal with Premier Fitness, but really would've preferred GoodLife. (basically i bought a 3yr package for $500...u do the math! :D ...and NO further obligations :cheesygri )
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