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FitnessFirst - Free Entry for Australia Fitness Week

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Got one of these handed out to me at the train station this morning. Might check them out for a week given I'm in a different state due to work. T&Cs below:

Terms and conditions

1.Subject to Fitness First terms and conditions of entry (available in club).
2.Valid for first time visitors and local residents 16 years and older only.
3.The 7 day pass entitles the named person to a guest membership at selected Fitness First Clubs.
4.Photo ID is required for entry.
5.Only 1 free pass can be used per person.
6.Valid for use during Australian Fitness Week only from 7 - 13 April 2014.
7.Not valid with any other offer
8.Valid only at club where voucher is redeemed.
9.7 day pass that have been photocopied, altered or damaged will not be accepted.
10.Expires 14 April 2014.

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  • +9 votes

    *entry
    Unfortunately Fitness First are very overpriced.

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    Entrie

  • +2 votes

    Dont mind these deals, but not a massive fan of the calls you get if you don't join!

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    Yeah they will call you once you give them your phone number. Best to give a fake number or just write messy your number that they are unable to read it properly.

    They prioritise upgrading certain clubs and some clubs get better equipment than others. Like the spin bikes are not consistent as well as eastern states some clubs get a different bike which comes with a monitor and while clubs in perth where new bikes are coming do not.

    Also, I don't know about other states but over here in WA, they have lost a few good instructors for their classes.

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    Perhaps it is a free " Entrée " ??

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      who needs fitness when there is free entrée

  • +1 vote

    Don't join the robbers, don't give them your details.

  • +6 votes

    Don't join FitnessFirst. I did the trial for a few days and have since been getting calls from Fitness First to sign up with "discounts" if I join. I have blacklisted their phone number and joined a large local gym for less than half the price of the $800+ they want.

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      lol @ the downvote. Must have been some Fitness First rep or PT.

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        Logged in just to vote for you :)

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          FYI for the viewers at home I already declined their offer over the phone and still get hassled to come in and talk about a membership.

  • +2 votes

    Don't give them your details! They will haunt your phone everyday

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    As we are on the topic of gyms, any other gym deals going around or any recommendations of gyms? Thinking of joining.

  • +4 votes

    7 days free entry is a great deal (you have to agree with that)
    Then when they call just say no thank you and hang up, that's it.
    When they call again a while later just do the same thing, be polite and say no thank you and hang up.
    If they keep calling just ask them to take you off their calling list.

    I don't think that 7day free pass should get a neg score just because thei membership prices are overpriced or that they call you. Saying that you won't go there because they call you is just silly, it's still free and no obligation to join.

    I did this 7day free trial about a year ago and no preasure to join. I then signed up for a year which has a two week cooling off period and I just canceled my membership and got a full (one month in advance payment) refund without any problems.

  • +1 vote

    Love it. Arrived in melbourne for 10 days and have a gym outside my hotel.

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    -1 to signing over your phone number for weeks of harassment

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    Fake phone number = win

    I have done this a few times to gyms in my area near work to test them out

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    Don't do it… Once they have your details, they will just call and call and call and call until you break!

  • +1 vote

    Can't use it cos need original