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GoodLife Fitness: 1/2 Price Membership Deal (With a Catch)

GoodLife Fitness: 1/2 Price Membership Deal (With a Catch)
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Here's a deal from GoodLife Fitness: get half price monthly dues for the year. That's a savings of $30 a month! Is there a catch? Yes, and we have to say it's pretty big. With this half-price membership, you can only work out on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday each week. If you miss your workout on Tuesday, you can't make it up on Wednesday -- you've got to wait until Thursday! On the other hand...it's half price. So you'll just have to decide if the day of the week limitation is worth it for you.

Here's the fine print: "When joining you will be required to pay an enrolment fee of $59, your first and last bi-weekly payment + applicable taxes, based on a 1 year PAP commitment membership option purchased during your first club visit. Remaining bi-weekly payments will commence reflecting your joining date. Other restrictions may apply, see club for details. Offer ends March 31st, 2008."
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  • AVATAR
    • Kate M
    • Good deal -- but weird limitation! I'll post this, thanks!
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    • budfrogs
    • Make sure that if you want group classes they are offered on the days that your membership allows.

      1/2 price dues to use the club less then 1/2 of the time seems kind of silly.

      Goodlife has some great discounts for some Corporate/union works. Check and see if you qualify. I know that teachers get a GREAT deal on their membership.
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    • rodneyc8063
    • So this is only 30 bucks a month total?

      This definitely intrests me

      You would be using the club half the time, but unless you go everyday which some of us dont then this would be perfect though yes it is odd that i can only go in on certain days?
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    • jl001
    • I'm thinking of joining Goodlife, but this deal doesn't work for me.
      I go to gym on Mon, Wed, and Sun... The exact opposite of the deal.

      Anyhoo, I hate Goodlife gimmick of $30 biweekly.
      They tried to make you think it's $60 a month, and people fall for it.
      $30 biweekly is actually $65 /month.
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    • belowzeros
    • +1 what a weird restriction


      i know one goodlife corporate rate is $30 a month and that one makes me /drool
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    • cba123
    • My gf has had this alternate day membership for the past 4 years. They don't offer it too often. Works great if you go on the 3 days, but it's a problem if you miss a day, as you can't make up for it the next day, so you end up only go twice that week.
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    • Smashy
    • I'm thinking of joining Goodlife, but this deal doesn't work for me.
      I go to gym on Mon, Wed, and Sun... The exact opposite of the deal.

      Anyhoo, I hate Goodlife gimmick of $30 biweekly.
      They tried to make you think it's $60 a month, and people fall for it.
      $30 biweekly is actually $65 /month.
      How does that work?
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    • ricoboxing
    • My gf has had this alternate day membership for the past 4 years. They don't offer it too often. Works great if you go on the 3 days, but it's a problem if you miss a day, as you can't make up for it the next day, so you end up only go twice that week.
      if you went on one of the other days, would they actually turn you away at the door?
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    • boonjaca
    • +1 what a weird restriction


      i know one goodlife corporate rate is $30 a month and that one makes me /drool
      Which corporate rate is $30, that would definitely interest me
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    • mekaakaa
    • How does that work?
      Reason why it isn't $60/month is because some month there are actually almost 5 weeks if you think about it, there is 52 weeks in one year.

      30 (biweekly) * 26 (number time you pay in one year (52/2)) / 12 = $65/month


      Telus employee get $14/biweekly at Goodlife and you can add a friend for the same price.
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    • cba123
    • if you went on one of the other days, would they actually turn you away at the door?
      yes. you would not be allowed to use the facilities on the other days unless you pay the guest fee, which I think is $10. It's not that bad, since most of the time, she sticks to going on the 3 specific days and saves $15 every 2 weeks or $390 a year. Once in a while, she will pay the $10 and go on one of the other days when she misses her normal workout day.

      Her membership is for the premium Union Station location as well, which she got 4 years ago. They occassionally offer this membership.
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    • boonjaca
    • When you say you're part of a company that has an affiliation with them, do they ask for some sort of proof of employment?
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    • i3_dawg
    • i dunt think its a good deal, i visited the site it saids that you have to pay a fee like $59 i think for people joining for the first time
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    • belowzeros
    • When you say you're part of a company that has an affiliation with them, do they as for some sort of proof of employment?
      The corporations HR department is typically the only way to get a membership applied for with the special rate. Once they give you the proper form all signed you take it over to your fav goodlife.
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    • belowzeros
    • i dunt think its a good deal, i visited the site it saids that you have to pay a fee like $59 i think for people joining for the first time
      welcome to the world of fitness clubbs...59 initiation is cheeep btw
  • AVATAR
    • cheapmeister
    • The YMCA has a membership fee of $80 Then its like almost $50 monthly but you can canel at any time, unlike Goodlife which is usually a 1 yr contract.
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    • MoonDoggy
    • The YMCA has a membership fee of $80 Then its like almost $50 monthly but you can canel at any time, unlike Goodlife which is usually a 1 yr contract.
      I used to have a YMCA membership, they didn't charge me for an admin/membership fee (but it was about $50/month). I have a corporate Goodlife membership now.
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    • boonjaca
    • I used to have a YMCA membership, they didn't charge me for an admin/membership fee (but it was about $50/month). I have a corporate Goodlife membership now.

      What are you paying now for your corporate membership?
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    • MoonDoggy
    • What are you paying now for your corporate membership?
      $350/year (no tax and no initiation/admin fee). I just have to renew annually.
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    • i3_dawg
    • really? I didn't get charged for the admin/membership fee at markham ymca

      The YMCA has a membership fee of $80 Then its like almost $50 monthly but you can canel at any time, unlike Goodlife which is usually a 1 yr contract.
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    • cheapmeister
    • Yea the $80 sign up fee is in the brochure they gave me. They said thats its a 1 time fee for a lifetime. You can quit and join back again yrs later and never have to pay it. And that its good for any YMCA in the GTA. How come you guys didn't have to pay that?
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    • MoonDoggy
    • Yea the $80 sign up fee is in the brochure they gave me. They said thats its a 1 time fee for a lifetime. You can quit and join back again yrs later and never have to pay it. And that its good for any YMCA in the GTA. How come you guys didn't have to pay that?
      YMCA membership is good for all YMCA facilities. I believe you can also use it in the states as well. You should try going to other YMCA and ask for membership fee there. Markham might have different fees compare to Toronto itself.

      I joined at the North York YMCA and I've used almost all YMCA in GTA and Ottawa area
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    • sleepyguy
    • I'm gonna be cancelling goodlife later this year and just use a home gym. I can't stand their 'platinum' and 'platinum+' memberships. Geeze, just let me use the damn Union Station location... btw it's double (or triple in my case) the price of a regular membership.

      I have to admit the facilities have been pretty good though, Scarborugh, Toronto and Burlington/Oakville.

      Current deal is just OK, but yes the "initiation" fees are usually pretty horrendous... something like $250. -sg
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    • cheapmeister
    • I went into my local Goodlife this week and signed up. Got 2 months free and only $4 membership fee! Also $10 bucks off monthly fees for the whole year. Works out to about $40 a month plus taxes ( $44 approx with tax). Not too bad I think. Full membership too, I can go on any day, and take classes as well. Only good at my location though, but thats what I want, how many different locations could I go to anyway. Plus they threw in some stuff free.

      Its better than paying $60 a month.
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    • cheapmeister
    • It is better then paying like $80 membership fee and almost $50 monthly at the YMCA.

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