How Much Does a Fitness 19 Membership Cost?

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Fitness 19, founded in 2003, was established to offer families and individuals a place to work out without having to break the bank.  With hundreds of locations nationwide, the costs of each individual gym will vary since it is a franchise and each location is privately owned.

With hundreds of locations nationwide, the costs of each individual gym will vary since it is a franchise and each location is privately owned.

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 How much does a Fitness 19 monthly membership cost?

Like any gym membership, there will be an initial one-time enrollment fee which can range anywhere from $25 to $50 depending on the time of year and your geographical location.  Again, since each club has its own pricing tiers, the rates are going to vary.

As for the monthly dues, the rates can range anywhere from $10 to $20 per month, according to our research online.  By researching online, it looks like every club will make you pay for the first and last month.  To get started with your first month at Fitness 19, plan on budgeting at least $50 to $100 to cover all of the necessary fees.  After the initial payments, the monthly fees will be about $15 per month for a basic membership, which allows you to access only one club, whereas a premium club can cost close to $25 per month, which offers access to all clubs.  These fees, again, will vary according to your local location.

All memberships are month to month and can be canceled with a 30-day notice.

On this forum thread, one forum member stated that they paid $15 per month at their local Fitness 19.

On this Yelp review thread, discussing a Fitness 19 in Sunnyvale, California, members said they had paid anywhere from $7 to as much as $19 per month.  Most said as long as you do not need the frills, the gym is worth it.

Fitness 19 monthly membership overview

Fitness 19 offers the typical cardio and weight equipment; however, unlike other gyms, they do not have pools, saunas or showers.  Instead of a shower or larger locker room, there is a smaller locker room with two to three changing rooms.  The amenities may vary from location, but most will include cardio equipment, circuit machines, free weights, lockers, a simple changing room, classes, child care and/or personal training.

What are the extra costs?

Fitness trainers are available for an additional fee.

Childcare, open to children three months to 11 years old, is available at some locations for $2+ per hour or close to $20 per month for unlimited childcare.

If you want to work out at any Fitness 19 location, you will have to upgrade to a premium plan.

An annual fee, regardless of your membership, may be charged — about $39 per person.

Tips to know:

If you want to try out a nearby location, consider their 7-day free guest pass to see if it’s a gym worth joining.  You can request a free guest pass on their official website.  To use, you must be a local resident and the pass can only be used once in a six month time period.  Personal training and Kids Club will be available for an additional fee.

The Fitness 19 hours vary by location, but for the most part, many are open from 4 a.m. until 11 p.m.

How can I save money?

Keep your eyes peeled for special promotions and sales as this gym tends to run a $9.99 per month membership promotion quite often.  As with most gyms, there’s a good chance they are running a promotion.  Check out Groupon, look on Facebook or visit their official website to see if you can find any deals available at the time of joining.

The longer you commit to a gym membership, the more you are going to be able to save.

If there are other gyms in the area, consider researching their rates to see how they compare.

Student, senior citizen, or military discounts may be available.

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