How Much Does a PRO Sports Club Membership Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 10, 2018

The PRO Sports Club, opening its doors in 1973, is dedicated to the health and well-being of its members, according to the company’s mission statement.

More than just a health club, its 272,000 square foot facility is home to a range of sports courts, pools, exercise restaurants, spas and so much more.

To date, the club has three locations in Washington — Bellevue, Willows Road and Seattle.

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How much does a PRO Sports Club membership cost?

The cost of the PRO Sports Club, as per the official website is as follows:

Month to month$210/month
3 month commitment$200/month
6 month commitment$190/month
1 year commitment$170/month
+1$380/month
+2$540/month
10 visit pack with two month expiration$190
5 visit pack with one month expiration$100
Drop-in visit$25

PRO Sports Club overview

The club offers four swimming pools, each temperature controlled for optimal comfort.  Options include one pool for lap swimming, one for family swimming, another for lessons and lastly, a 25-yard in length pool for deep-water conditions.

The club is home to two basketball courts, one being the former NBA Seattle SuperSonics court and the hardwood from the 1989 NCAA Final Four Tournament.

Seven professional-grade racquetball courts are ready for play and complimentary racquet rentals are available.

Recreational sports options are available during certain times of the week, including badminton, table tennis, pickleball and wallyball.

A state-of-the-art soccer field, located across the street from the main Bellevue club, proudly sports professional grade Tiger Turf, offering a variety of leagues and lesson options.

Nine international regulation-sized squash courts are available, with organized leagues and private lessons available.

The tennis facility offers six indoor hard courts, designed for all season play.

Youth options are offered, including after-school care, camps, childcare, early learning, family events, the Kids Zone, youth fitness classes and youth sports lessons/leagues.

Additional amenities, aside from the fitness center, includes an auto salon, dining options, a floral studio, pro shop, shuttle services, a medical spa, salon, spa, acupuncture, dermatology, nutritional education, naturopathic medicine, counseling and anti-aging products.

What are the extra costs?

While most of the 130+ weekly group fitness classes are free to members, some will come at an additional charge.  PRObarre, Mountain Conditioning, Pilates, and Boot Camp Blitz, for example, can have varying fees, often starting at $3 to $5+ per class.

Personal training sessions will greatly depend on the number of sessions you commit to at first.  While the first “Get Started” visit is complimentary, each additional session, while optional, can be a cost to consider.  According to one review on Yelp.com, a member stated they paid $225 for three lessons.

Swimming lessons are available for all ages and levels for an additional fee.  Like the personal training sessions, the costs will greatly vary depending on the type of lessons and how many you purchase at once.

Private basketball lessons and pro hoops leagues are available.  Basketball lessons, as per the site, can cost $60 per hour for private lessons and up to $150 per one-hour team session.

Pro soccer leagues and private soccer lessons are available at the soccer facility across the street from the main Bellevue club.  Private soccer lessons start at $35 a half hour, while leagues can start at $55 per player.

Childcare appears to be $8+ an hour.

Lockers for rent start at $55 per year.

Guest fees, both at the gym and on the courts, can apply.

How can I save money?

As you can see in the table of prices noted above, the longer you commit, the more you can save.  Only commit, however, if you know you’re going to enjoy and use the gym for that duration.

Check out the club’s promotional page on its website or even look on Groupon.com before going to the club as they always offer promotions for first-time club members.


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