How Much Does a Snap Fitness Membership Cost?


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

With more than 2,000 locations worldwide, Snap Fitness is dedicated to changing lives through a results-driven culture.  This gym offers no contracts and 24/7 access.

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How much does a Snap Fitness monthly membership cost?

A single member of Snap Fitness, who is over 18 years old, will pay $24.95 to $49.95 per month, while a joint account will pay $49.95 to $64.95.  A family account, which can include up to two to three minors, will cost $59.95 to $79.95.  However, if you pay upfront for a year, the prices may fall by $5 per month.  The total cost will depend on the geographical location, how many months you pay in advance and how many members will be on the membership.  To get exact costs, most gyms in your local area will post their official prices online.  You can simply visit this search for more information.

The one-time initiation fees, depending on the current promotion and location, is often $50 to $100.  This will include the program fee and the access card fee, which allows you 24/7 access to all Snap Fitness locations.

A location in Gilbert, Arizona, for instance, posted its prices online.  A single membership was $24.95 a month, while a family account, good for two adults and two minors, would be $59.95 per month.  At the time of this publishing, a $49 program fee and $25 access card fee would be charged as well.

According to a member on this Yelp.com review, for example, their Snap Fitness membership was $35 per month.

This DailyFinance.com article notes that the Pine Brook, New Jersey, location charges $39.99 with no enrollment fee, while the L.A. clubs charge $50 a month with a $75 enrollment fee.

Snap Fitness overview

Members receive access to more than 2,000+ locations worldwide, 24-hour access, flexible membership options and high-quality equipment, according to the official website’s why page.

The gym offers three membership options:  an Individual, Dual and Family.

Amenities include cardio equipment, strength training machines and free weights.  This is a fairly simplistic gym without the premiums such as a cafe, swimming pool or indoor track.  Most locations also offer a standup tanning booth, which is available for an additional charge.

What are the extra costs?

Private personal training sessions are another add-on to budget for.  According to some members, it can be about $40 to $60 per month.

Unlimited tanning, available at most locations, can cost an additional $10 per month.

Tips to know

While six and 12-month membership options are available, no contract commitments are required.

How can I save money?

Annual or semi-annual memberships can reduce the price if you were to pay in full.  For example, some members paid $174.75 for six months, effectively saving you $35 for the six months.

A 30-day trial, according to the official website, is available to first-time customers for $8.95.

Check with your employer or health insurance company as some do offer discounts.  Some Blue Cross health insurance customers, for example, claim they only pay $25 a month.

The gym has advertised on Groupon.com in the past.  If you’re serious about joining, check the website first before you join.  For example, at the time of this writing, one location in California is offering a three-month gym membership for two for $62.

Ask about current promotions being held.  In some circumstances, it could be listed on the website, but it doesn’t hurt to ask if you can’t find anything online.  Promotions we found included free enrollment, free months, free fitness consultations or a free personal fitness trainer session.


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