ClassPass is a new kind of gym membership that grants you access to thousands of different classes at studios and gyms in your city and around the world.
Price of membership depends on your plan type and city, and you can book and explore classes ranging from yoga to barre to cycling to martial arts – the options are truly endless!
The number of classes you can take and the number of times you can visit a studio per month depends on which plan you're on. With hundreds of studios in our ever-growing network, you're bound to always find a new class to enjoy. When your cycle renews, you can go back and revisit those favorites yet again!
Locations New York, Los Angeles/Orange County, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami/South Florida, Boston, Washington, DC, Seattle, Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Columbus, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver/Boulder, Houston, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Philadelphia, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Portland, San Diego, Las Vegas, Raleigh, Baltimore, Tampa, St. Louis, Orlando, Nashville, Sacramento, Kansas City, London, Toronto, Vancouver, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide
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Negatives: pricey, limitation on how many times per month I can visit a studio/gym (2 or 3, depending on your membership), not-so-great customer service, and TERRIBLE class cancellation policies. Be forewarned, if you don't cancel a class at least 12- yes, 12- hours before the class starts, you're charged a $15 fee. If you miss a class, it's $20. The 12-hour mandate is absurd; we're adults, things happen- all manner of unexpected things may happen less than 12 hours before a class starts to prevent you from attending... I live in NYC, and the subways do whatever they want, especially on weekends- often leaving you to hope and pray you get to your destination on time. Life happens to us all, and to charge you for not magically predicting changes at least 12 hours in advance is ludicrous; I can understand 1 or even 2 hours, but 12 hours is really long, and they know it... and they know they will make quite a bit of money off of a lot of people for it. If I'm paying a membership fee, why am I paying cancellation fees on top of that? It's gross. In general, the quality of ClassPass has gone downhill as they've grown; plan prices have gone way up, and flexibility around classes has generally gone down. As other people have mentioned, it's often cheaper to just book classes directly with the studio or gym you want.
Spots are sometimes limited so you have to be on your A-game booking classes when they open 7 days out. The 12 hour cancellation policy sucks when I get held up at work but I understand the need for them to enforce this. Classpass was usually pretty lenient with waiving the first time it happened.
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