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GoodLife Fitness: Free 5 Visit Pass
July 24, 2013 @ 4:16pm
djemzine wrote: ↑Aug 20th, 2013 5:44 pmAny catch to it? Do they force one to sign up after 5 days or during the 5 days? Any restrictions?
Jeffrey101 wrote: ↑Aug 20th, 2013 6:05 pmThey will harass you about signing up and all the benefits on your first visit.
Vikram Aditya wrote: ↑Aug 20th, 2013 6:21 pmIs it that hard to ignore them?
sexyj wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2013 5:15 pmlol, i'm fairly certain if you go in and say you want to try out the gym for a week before signing up they will give you 7 days.
jmatheson64 wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2013 2:03 pmI showed up for a 1-day test once and was somehow roped into signing a contract (which I promptly cancelled during the cooling period, annoying to have to go back in and explain why). I was younger and would be more firm about saying no now, but just be aware that fitness clubs are notorious for being pushy and have issues taking no for an answer.
To be fair though, I've heard these people are underpaid and overworked so I can't blame them for being the way they are.
Geek123 wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2013 8:44 pmThere is one catch, they will try to get you to sign up as soon as you pick it up.
e_meow wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2013 9:01 pmnot really..as long as when you use your free pass and they try to convince you to join, you could just tell them you have already signed up the corporate membership, that way they won't push you anymore..that's what I did but in fact i did join the membership already when i was using my free pass!
Geek123 wrote: ↑Aug 21st, 2013 9:36 pmI know but they r really frustrating!!
arizil wrote: ↑Aug 23rd, 2013 2:46 pmI always worry about deals like this. Usually I can go into a fitness center and explain that I'm shopping around... Get a tour and ask for a deal like this. Less hassle, more personal. I don't know... It usually works for me. YMMV.
kilobomb wrote: ↑Aug 22nd, 2013 5:58 pmheres a 3 days pass for those who are looking for just a short trial
http://www.goodlifefitness.com/Membersh ... px :razz:
3 free Class pass:
http://www.goodlifefitness.com/GroupEXe ... sPass.aspx
Free time for teense 12-17 years old this summer:
210-55 Bloor W
Toronto , ON M4W 1A5
8 Park Rd
Toronto , ON M4W 3S5
250 Yonge St
Toronto , ON M5B 2L7
12 St Clair Ave E
Toronto , ON M4T 1L7
21 McCaul St
Toronto , ON M5T 1V7
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