How Much Does a Colorado Athletic Club Membership Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 15, 2018

The Colorado Athletic Club is an athletic and tennis club that offers fitness programs, cutting-edge amenities, and various services. The club currently has seven locations along the state’s Front Range, including locations in Boulder, Tabor Center, Downtown, DTC, Inverness, Monaco, and Flatirons.  The club is part of Wellbridge, which runs numerous clubs in various states.

How much does a Colorado Athletic Club membership cost?

The costs of a membership, according to many sources online, will greatly depend on the type of membership you sign up for.  The prices, depending on the current promotion being held, can range from as little as $49 for an individual to as much as $129+ per month for couples.  Discounts are available for students, seniors and individuals who work with certain employers.

The one-time initiation fee, depending on the current promotion, can range from $0 to as much as $99.

For example, according to BeColorado.org, employees at the University of Colorado, University of Colorado Health, and University Physician’s Inc. are entitled to discounted enrollment and memberships at the Colorado Athletic Club.  An individual enrollment fee is $49 and a couple/family membership enrollment fee is $99.  The one-time fee is for the entire length of the membership agreement.  A $25 discount is also offered for month-to-month membership rates.

­BoulderTriClub.com states that membership at the Colorado Athletic Club Flatirons location is offered at a special rate of $69 a month or $129 per month for couples.  A 10% discount is offered if a one-year payment is made in advance.

A review on this Yelp.com thread stated that the rates are $111 per month for people over 30 years old, $79 per month for those under 30, and $101 a month for those who are entitled to corporate discounts.

Colorado Athletic Club membership overview

As part of the membership package, amenities include personal training options, yoga, pilates, spin classes, Zumba, aqua workouts, cardio equipment, strength training, free weights, sauna, steam room, hot tub and locker room.

All locations vary, but the average gym is close to 40,000 square feet and will come equipped with heated pools, multiple studios, executive-style locker rooms and a care.

What are the extra costs?

There are personal trainers available to members.  These trained professionals will be able to design a workout specifically for you, your activity level, your body type, and your fitness goals.  Sessions with a personal trainer will usually cost around $50 per 30-minute session.

Members who want to take advantage of the massage services at the club need to pay about $65 or even less if there is a promotion currently being held.

Parking at certain locations may cost about $1 per hour, according to members online.

A club membership can be put on hold for two to six months and costs $15 per month.

Daycare is available for $15 per three hours.

How can I save money?

Watch out for promotions which the club offers now and then.  If you don’t see any publicly available, ask the gym if there any ways to save.

The club offers discounted rates to employees of certain companies.  Either talk with your company or the gym to see if you can take advantage of any discounts.

If you commit for a full year, you can bring the monthly costs down.

The club does offer a free three-day pass for potential members.  Consider trying the club for the day to see if it’s something that you’re looking for.


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Average Reported Cost: $126

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  1. Anonymous (Greenwood Village,  Colorado) paid $126 and said:

    Inaccurate pricing listed here. Article referred was from 2009, quoted higher rate.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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