- Singapore Gym Membership Cheatsheet (2020 Edition)
- Cheap Gyms in Singapore (2020) – 10 Affordable Gym Memberships Under $100/Month
- Cheap gyms in Singapore (2020) – 10 gym memberships <$100/month
- ActiveSG Gym ($25 to $30/month)
- Community club gym (~$30/month)
- The Gym Pod (from ~$40/month, charged per session)
- SAFRA EnergyOne Gym (from $42.80/month for members)
- GymmBoxx ($65 to $85/month)
- Dennis Gym ($88/month)
- Anytime Fitness (~$80 to $100/month)
- 24X Fitness (~$80 to $100/month)
- The Loft Gym ($79/month onwards)
- Platinum Fitness ($90/month onwards)
- All You Need to Know When Getting a Gym Membership in Singapore – Cost and More (2019 Update)
- Benefits of Having a Gym Membership
- How to Choose a Gym Membership
- Popular Gym Memberships to Consider
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Singapore Gym Membership Cheatsheet (2020 Edition)
This article was first published on 22 August 2017 and updated to reflect latest prices and outlets.
Deciding to join a gym and starting to research your options is the first step taken by bodybuilding champions, sportspeople, or social media influencers who go to the gym to take photos in sports attire. Whether your goal is to be a healthier and fitter version of yourself, or reach some fitness target, you’re in good company.
Choosing a gym can be a daunting prospect. How does one choose? Not all gyms post their fees publicly, and this is for good reason. Many would prefer you call or visit them, and allow their salespeople, I mean customer service representatives, to offer you a membership package.
Before agreeing to anything, you should always ask for the following:
– Minimum contract period
– Payment terms (Upfront, monthly, yearly)
– Any discounts (for specific credit card, or members of other groups)
– Administrative sign-up or termination fees
– A copy of the terms and conditions
– Free gifts? (this is Singapore, after all)
You might be pressured to sign up on the spot, but never do it. Even if you think you made up your mind, you should always give yourself a day or two to think about it. Getting a gym membership is a big decision, and has an impact on you financially and physically (how much you use your gym to exercise).
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One more thing: mega-gyms often try to differentiate themselves by offering classes and programmes, or by having packages that include sessions with personal trainers. For the purposes of this list, we choose to exclude them. For one, is there a way to really know the difference and compare between programmes like Bodypump, Bodybalance, Bodyjam, Bodyattack, Bodycombat, Bodysmash, Bodystep, and Bodyvive? You don’t. Because if you did, you’d know I made one of the programmes up.
Anyway, if there is a specific programme you are interested in, then you can look to see if a specific gym chain conducts them. As these classes are subject to change, you should also not base your decision banking on these classes being there for the duration of your membership.
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Fees: From $98 a month.
Locations: 62 islandwide
Opening Hours: 24/7 (duh!)
Facilities: Treadmills, elliptical, exercise cycles, strength equipment, circuit, free weights, racks, plate loaded machines.
Fees: MyActiveGYM membership grants unlimited access during all operating hours and costs $30 a month for adults and $18 for students below the age of 18 and senior citizens who are 55 and above. Those who commit for 6 months or 12 months can get the adult membership for $160 or $300, respectively.
Off-peak membership available at $15 for adults and $9 for students and senior citizens for access from Monday to Friday, before 4pm. Those who commit for 6 months or 12 months can get the off-peak adult membership for $40 or $80, respectively.
Per entry rates are $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for senior citizens and students.
Locations: 22 islandwide
Opening Hours: Most open from 7am to 10pm daily. Check individual gym pages for details.
Facilities: Basic equipment, free weights, stacked weights, cardiovascular machines, shower and lockers.
Fees: Year-long membership costs $190 per month. Shorter 4-month or 1-month access is available at $210 or $245, respectively.
Locations: 19 (Alexandra, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Bugis Junction, Capital Tower, Changi UE Biz Hub, Clementi , Fusionopolis, Junction 10, Market Street, MBFC, One George Street, One Raffles Quay, Paragon, Paya Lebar, Tampines, Tanjong Pagar, The Cathay, The Metropolis, Westgate)
Opening Hours: Weekdays, most outlets open from 6am to 10pm, though some close at 11pm. Hours vary for Saturdays and Sundays, with outlets opening between 7am to 8am and closing between 5pm to 10.30pm. Some outlets are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Individual gym opening hours are here.
Facilities: Full suite of gym facilities, recovery amenities, workout clothes and towels at all outlets. Some outlets have unique facilities like swimming pool and sauna.
Fees: Annual membership start from $89 a month.
Locations: 8 (Ang Mo Kio Djitsun Mall, Chevron House, Great World City, Harbourfront Centre, Suntec City, Income @ Tampines Junction, Velocity @ Novena Square, Viva Business Park)
Opening Hours: Opens as early as 6am and closes as late as 11pm. Check individual gym page for details.
Facilities: Value-added facilities include steam rooms, lounges, an indoor sprint track and boxing rings.
Fees: $374.50 to begin membership, subsequently, $128.40 per quarter (Most people get a better deal due to ongoing promotions) You must already be a SAFRA member to register as an EnergyOne member.
Locations: 6 (Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh, Yishun)
Opening Hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on weekdays. Opens from 7am or 9am on weekends and Public Holidays to 7pm or 8pm. From 1 December 2019, Safra EnergyOne gyms are experimenting with extended opening hours from 6.30am to 1am daily.
Facilities: Cardio machines, free weights, plate-loaded machines, resistance training machines, showers, towels. Some outlets have saunas.
Fees: Year-long adult membership costs $65 a month. Shorter 6, 3 or 1 month memberships available as well at $70, $75 and $85 respectively. Youth and seniors are discounts available for memberships. There is also a $30 fee for new members and $15 reactivation fee for those with expired membership accounts. Per entry access costs $8, though from 1 December 2019, 5pm to 8.30pm from Mondays to Fridays are for members only.
Locations: 6 (Bedok Point, Bishan, JCube, Century Square, Keat Hong, Kebun Baru)
Opening Hours: All outlets are open 24/7, though the Bishan outlet is closed for renovation at time of writing.
Facilities: Straightforward gym with all the facilities you’d need for a good workout, with comprehensive equipment for strength training.
Price: 6 months, 12 months, and flexible weekly plans, priced at $59, $51 and $67 per week respectively, excluding 7% GST.
Locations: 5 (Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar, Raffles, Holland Village, Marina One, Duo Galleria)
Opening Hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm on weekends and public holidays, with the exception of Virgin Active Raffles Place, which is open from 8am to 5pm on Saturdays and public holidays.
Facilities: Different outlets have unique facilities, but you can find things like a steam room, ice room, sleep pods, foot baths and more.
Price: About $150 to $200 per month.
Locations: 4 (Asia Square, Ngee Ann City, Ocean Financial Centre, and Suntec City)
Opening Hours: 6am to midnight from Mondays to Saturdays. 8am to 10pm on Sundays and Public Holidays.
Facilities: Sauna, indoor running track, swimming pool, juice bar, complimentary workout gear, towels, socks and toiletries.
Price: $88 per month on a one-year contract. Shorter term contracts available.
Locations: 4 (Farrer Park, Jurong, Tai Seng, Tampines)
Opening Hours: All branches are open 24/7.
Facilities: Comprehensive suite of fitness equipment, used by competitive bodybuilders and recreational clients alike.
Gold’s Gym Singapore
Price: Varies depending on training regime enrolled into.
Opening Hours: Access to train is by appointment, depending on your customised training programme.
Facilities: Equipped for a wide range of training programmes, including fat loss, rehabilitative, pre/post natal, and strength training.
Ready To Sign Up?
As always, when spending your precious dollars, weigh your costs, opportunity costs, and do your homework before jumping in. Speak to friends who are members, and take advantage of free trials passes that gyms provide.
If you do choose to sign up for a gym membership, you could consider using CardUp, which allows you to make recurring payments and earn credit card points and miles, even if the gym does not accept credit card as a mode of payment. You can read more about how it works.
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Cheap Gyms in Singapore (2020) – 10 Affordable Gym Memberships Under $100/Month
Whether you think of the gym as a second home or a dungeon full or torture devices, one thing is for sure – the cost of gym membership is the biggest pain point of working out.
These days, spending upwards of $200/month on fancy gyms like Fitness First and Virgin Active are the norm. But after a certain point, you’ll realise you’re actually paying more for the lifestyle and brand than equipment and facilities.
Thankfully, there are still a few cheap gyms in Singapore where you can work out for less than $100/month. (No, I’m not talking about the neighbourhood fitness corner.) And if you’re a commitment-phobe or just want to work out casually without locking yourself into a contract, some of these gyms also let you pay per entry.
Cheap gyms in Singapore (2020) – 10 gym memberships <$100/month
Here are the 10 cheapest gyms in Singapore, ranked by their monthly membership prices for adults (non-concession):
|Cheap gym in Singapore||Monthly membership||Locations|
|ActiveSG Gym||$25 to $30||Heartlands|
|The Gym Pod||~$40 to $100 (charged per session)||Business parks (Alexandra, Ayer Rajah, Changi, Jurong)|
|SAFRA EnergyOne||~$40 to $90||Mount Faber, Tampines, Yishun, Toa Payoh, Jurong, Punggol|
|GymmBoxx||$65 to $85||Bishan, AMK, Bedok, Tampines, Jurong, CCK|
|Dennis Gym||$88||Farrer Park, Tai Seng, Jurong, Simei|
|Anytime Fitness||~$80 to $100||Islandwide|
|24x Fitness||~$80 to $100||Bugis, Paya Lebar|
|The Loft||$79 to $109||Bugis|
|Platinum Fitness||$90 onwards||Tanjong Pagar|
ActiveSG Gym ($25 to $30/month)
Singapore’s largest group of public gyms located in practically every heartland central, ActiveSG Gym is by far the cheapest gym option in Singapore.
Of course, because it has that distinction, it’s also the most crowded option on the list, which means you’ll run into gym hogs and have to wait a while to use equipment. Free weights are always in high demand, and there’s almost always a queue for the squat racks and benches.
If you have a flexible work schedule or can wake up super early, I recommend going for the unbelievably cheap off-peak membership. The timing (weekdays before 4pm) gives you better access to equipment.
The newer ActiveSG gyms are actually pretty nice, I must say. I used to go to the one (opened in 2017) and loved the variety of brand new gym equipment. There are even clean showers.
Check out the current Active SG gym prices:
By the way, if you’re just a casual gym user, you don’t need to pay for membership as the drop-in rate is really affordable.
See the full list of ActiveSG Gym locations here.
Community club gym (~$30/month)
Apart from the ActiveSG gyms, you can also find small public gyms dotted all over the island. These are found in your friendly neighbourhood CC. Price is usually around the same or slightly more expensive than ActiveSG gyms.
Although CC gyms are usually tiny and super basic, they’re perfectly serviceable if all you want to do is run on a treadmill somewhere close to home. They might even be less crowded than ActiveSG gyms as well.
Prices are not available online and presumably vary from outlet to outlet. Here are some sample prices:
|Monthly membership||Varies from CC to CC, approx. $30. Concession rates may apply|
|Per entry drop-in rate||Varies from $3.50 to $6|
There is no central listing of CC gyms, so you’ll have to call up or drop by your nearby CCs to enquire. See the People’s Association website for a full list of CCs.
The Gym Pod (from ~$40/month, charged per session)
The Gym Pod is a new gym concept that’s popping up around some of the major business parks in Singapore, and it’s quite a smart idea. It’s a simple small pod housed in a container; each tiny gym has free weights, a squat rack and a treadmill.
Since these “container gyms” neatly avoid the overheads of a traditional big gym such as rental, equipment, staff, electricity etc., it’s theoretically cheaper to work out here.
Instead of paying for monthly membership, you pay per 30-minute workout session. This costs $2.50 (off-peak) or $3.50 (peak) if you don’t mind sharing the pod (each fits 2 or 3 people), which works out to about $40 a month if you work out 3x a week. If you work out more often you can get a package for a slightly cheaper rate.
Sharing such a small room with limited equipment is obviously not the best if you have a strict fitness regimen, so you can also opt to book the entire pod for yourself. This is $7 (off-peak) or $9 (peak), which will push your monthly costs closer to $100, but then it’s the introvert’s dream — working out 100% alone.
SAFRA EnergyOne Gym (from $42.80/month for members)
If you’re a SAFRA member, you might want to consider joining the SAFRA EnergyOne gyms as they are affordable but have better facilities (like sauna/steam room) and are less jam-packed than ActiveSG and CC gyms.
In terms of equipment, it’s similarly basic. Again, the focus is on cardio and resistance machines rather than free weights.
Price-wise, it’s a little complicated. SAFRA has recently opened up gym membership to non-SAFRA members so the EnergyOne membership fee structure is a mess. Here’s my attempt to simplify it:
On the top left is the highest membership tier (Silver) which is open to SAFRA members only. You get access to all gym locations at all times of the day. It seems affordable at less than $42.80/month (billed every 3 months), but there’s a very expensive one-time fee to pay up front. The longer you are a member with the gym, the cheaper it is.
The bottom left is the 2nd tier membership (Red) which is open to SAFRA members and MINDEF workers. It’s only for off-peak access, and only lets you go to 1 gym location. It’s a lot cheaper and the one-time fee is less of a burden.
Peak and off-peak EnergyOne Gym membership is now open to non-SAFRA members. Non-members pay more per month, but there’s no one-time fee – woohoo!
You can pay per entry too, although prices are quite exorbitant. Note that guests have to be accompanied by SAFRA members.
See the full list of SAFRA EnergyOne Gym locations here.
GymmBoxx ($65 to $85/month)
GymmBoxx is a heartlander gym rat’s dream. It’s open 24 hours, has clean facilities and a great variety of workout equipment. Sure, it might not be as fancy as Virgin Active, but it’s also less than half the price. (And you’re here to train, not to preen.)
Many gym bros and babes in Singapore love GymmBoxx because it focuses on lifting and weights rather than cardio. Strength training equipment is in abundance here. (Death to cardio!)
You don’t even need to pay for a membership at GymmBoxx because the walk-in rate is pretty affordable at $8 per entry. Even if you go there 3x a week, it’ll still cost less than $100 a month. And there’s no commitment!
Of course, if you plan on working out regularly, it’ll be much more cost effective just to pick up a membership. GymmBoxx rates are now standard across all outlets and are clearly published on the website.
See the full list of GymmBoxx locations here.
Dennis Gym ($88/month)
Created by former Singapore Bodybuilding Federation (SBF) coach Dennis Tew, Dennis Gym has 4 outlets, 3 of which (Tai Seng, Jurong and Farrer Park) are 24 hours.
The core strength of this gym centres on its personal training services (which you’ll have to pay more for, obviously). However, if you know how to work out smartly without breaking bones or tearing muscles, you’ll find that this place has a great variety of premium equipment for workouts.
According to the website, Dennis Gym membership fee is $88/month for a 12-month contract. They also have monthly fees and 6-month contracts but they are not published. Before you sign up, definitely call them at 8543 2903 to find out about any promotional and concession rates.
Anytime Fitness (~$80 to $100/month)
Anytime Fitness is the 7-11 of gyms — ubiquitous and open 24/7. It’s a big franchise so the quality and price varies quite a bit from outlet to outlet. Most branches are pretty small and don’t have a lot of equipment, especially weight lifting equipment like plates and benches.
It’s on the pricey side, especially compared to its direct competitor GymmBoxx, but that might be a tradeoff if you want total convenience.
Prices are not available online and presumably vary from location to location. From what I’ve researched, the rate seems between about $80 to $100. You may also be able to get a cheaper rate when there’s an opening promotion (or when the salespeople get desperate).
There may be a separate admin fee as well. But again, this can be waived if you are persuasive enough with the salesperson.
One weird trick you can try is to go across to JB and sign up for a membership with Anytime Fitness Malaysia, taking advantage of the exchange rate. AF members are supposed to get worldwide access anyway. It’s kind of a dick move, but so is Anytime Fitness for not publishing their prices.
Drop-in rates are exorbitant, by the way. I couldn’t get an official published rate but when I asked on the phone, they quoted me $30. $30!!!
24X Fitness (~$80 to $100/month)
24X Fitness is a newer competitor to Anytime Fitness offering pretty much the same deal — 24/7 gym facilities. However, it focuses a lot more on personal training and their social media pages are peppered with bodily transformations.
Rates are not published, but I expect they are similar to that of Anytime Fitness. Expect to pay $80 to $100 a month for membership depending on commitment period, excluding any personal training fees. You may have to pay a $72 fee for the key if you want late night access.
The Loft Gym ($79/month onwards)
Despite its atas-sounding name, The Loft Gym is one of the more affordable newcomers to the 24/7 gym scene.
|Access type||Commitment||Membership fee|
|Off peak||12 months||$69/month|
|24 hours||24 months||$79/month|
|24 hours||12 months||$89/month|
|24 hours||6 months||$109/month|
Bear in mind you will need to pay $99 for registration + $59 for an access key as well. But given the central location and how new the equipment and facilities are, it might be worth the price.
If you want to try it out, though, you’ll have to fork out an exorbitant $30 just for one visit.
Platinum Fitness ($90/month onwards)
Another new 24-hour gym, this time located in OUE Downtown mall in Tanjong Pagar — Platinum Fitness is by no means “cheap” except when you consider it relative to the big gyms in the CBD which typically cost $150 or more each month.
Platinum Fitness’s rates aren’t published, but according to various reports, membership starts at $90/month for a year’s commitment, which is practically half that of Fitness First or Virgin Active. Shorter commitment periods are available too, but prices rise steeply to as much as $150 for a month.
Before signing up, you should definitely be aware of the hefty one-time fees: $150 for registration and $70 for the access key. If you’re looking to try it out, the $35 per entry fee may also give you pause.
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All You Need to Know When Getting a Gym Membership in Singapore – Cost and More (2019 Update)
One of the most common New Year resolutions people have is to get fit, lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle. However, I am sure that many of us are guilty for not sticking to this resolution and truth to be told, many people fall off the bandwagon by the end of the first month.
Nonetheless, we all understand the importance of exercising and keeping a healthy lifestyle. One of the best ways to stay committed to your goal for better health is by investing some of your hard-earned cash in it. And that is to get a gym membership.
Benefits of Having a Gym Membership
Today, people in Singapore are more concerned about making money than they are about taking care of their health. Numerous Singaporeans toil endlessly at work, neglecting their health, only to receive a broken body bundled with illnesses at the end or even in the midst of their careers. If you’re thinking of investing in a gym membership, you should be congratulated for taking better care of yourself.
Some gyms in Singapore allow users to pay per visit (such as ActiveSG or Gymmboxx), but they also provide gym memberships and packages. There are many benefits of joining a gym.
1. Your health will improve.
A gym membership will give you access to a balanced plan for strength and aerobic training. Exercising will help you to lose weight, and therefore reduce the risk associated with cardiovascular diseases. It will also improve your respiratory system and strength. Exercising regularly will help you reduce the risks of developing depression, Type 2 Diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, high blood pressure, as well as stress-related illnesses. All these are the top health issues in Singapore in recent years.
2. You’ll gain access to great equipment.
If you have tried to do cardio or exercises that require weights on your own at home, you will understand that good gym equipment don’t come cheap. Having a gym membership gives you access to equipment that you probably wouldn’t be able to afford on your own. Gyms have a wide array of equipment to help you target different parts of the body or engage in different exercises. You can keep your exercise routine fresh and exciting to encourage you to remain committed.
3. Access to expertise.
You’ll enjoy the benefit of expert guidance when you join a gym. At the gyms, there will be experienced and professional personal trainers who are certified in various fields of exercise. They are trained and will guide and help you achieve your fitness goals. What’s more, the advice they provide usually hits the bull’s eye and they keep you safe and motivated. Many people have attained injuries at the gym due to improper usage of equipment and having a professional with you can prevent that. You are there to improve your body, not worsen it. Plus, if you’re completely new to working out, they will provide you with the right tools and direction to kick-start your fitness journey.
4. Motivation and discipline.
Exercising and sticking to your health and fitness goals can be difficult. Although many people think of the physical struggle, most of the work is actually mental. As they always say, mind over matter. It is all about having enough motivation and discipline in order to meet your goals. Going to the gym can help you win the mental struggle in many ways including:
- Meeting with like-minded people who can help to keep you accountable. If possible, find a gym buddy who can motivated and train with you.
- Signing up for classes to keep you committed and you will feel complied to attend the sessions. Plus, you won’t want to skip any classes and waste your hard-earned money.
- Being able to focus on your workout and keep distractions such as phones, kids and guests away.
5. You will be able to relieve stress and clear you mind.
Going to the gym will not only improve your physical health, but better your mental health as well. With the high cost of living and the fast-paced lifestyles that most Singaporeans live, it is important to have a source to unload stress. With high levels of stress, depression or anxiety might not be far away from you. Exercising clears your mind and also helps you to improve your discipline and increase productivity.
6. Have the opportunity to make new friends and bond with family
Make friends at the gym and find like-minded people to join you in your journey to a healthier you. Exercises get easier and more fun when you have friends to motivate you. If you want to, you can gym with your family. Imagine running on the treadmill while your brother lifts weights. It becomes a bonding activity and family members can discuss and chat about their workout afterwards.
How to Choose a Gym Membership
Now that you’ve decided to join a gym, you have to find a gym membership that is suitable for you. There are various gym centers in Singapore. These gyms range from the no-frills simple gyms with basic equipment, to the spa-like gyms with high-tech equipment. When you start searching for a gym, you will find that you are spoilt for choice. The following tips will help you narrow down your choices and find the gym membership that suits you best.
Gym memberships come in a wide variety. It’s important to determine your needs upfront in order to choose a membership that will meet them. Some of the factors you should consider include:
- The cost: Just how much are you willing to spend on your gym membership? Singapore gyms usually offer membership on a fixed contract of a minimum of 12 months. If you take a contract that lasts longer, you will be most likely given a discount. However, you should keep in mind that these contracts are often difficult to transfer or terminate. Therefore, giving up your fitness regime midway could cost you a lot of money.
- Equipment: Are you interested in trying state-of-the-art equipment, or are you looking for something a little more basic? Do you want to focus on cardio or strength training? Do you prefer free weights or weight machines?
- Operating hours: Are you an early bird or a night owl? Do you prefer to work out over your lunch hour, on weekends or any time of the day or week? Check the opening hours to ensure that they can accommodate your needs.
- Location: Do you need a gym that is close to work or closer to home? Do you want a gym membership that allows you to access multiple locations?
- Classes: If you like group workouts, ensure that the gym offers classes such as aerobics, yoga or pilates. Workout classes are a great way to stay motivated and to meet like-minded people.
- Personal training: If you want professional expertise to guide you on your fitness journey, ensure that the gym offers personal training opportunities.
Popular Gym Memberships to Consider
Choosing a gym can be daunting. It can be hard to sift through all the marketing and get real information that will help you in making a decision such as costs.
We’ve done some digging for you and found some gym memberships you should consider, or that you may want to use as a reference point in making your decision.
- Locations: 26
- Fees: $300 for year-long membership or $1.50 per day for students and senior citizens, and $2.50 for adults.
- Opening hours: Differs for every outlet. You can check the timings here.
- Facilities: Free weights, cardiovascular machines, lockers and showers
- Locations: 52
- Fees: $98 per month
- Opening Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
- Facilities: Cardiovascular equipment, free weights, weight machines, trainers and coaches
- Locations: 6
- Fees: Beginning membership at $374.50 and subsequent quarterly payments of $128.40. More information on fees and promotions here.
- Opening hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on weekdays, and 7am or 8am to 7pm or 8pm on weekends
- Facilities: Free weights, cardio machines, resistance training machines, weighted machines, towels and showers and steam rooms. Includes personal training services as well.
- Locations: 20
- Fees: $150 to $175 for a 12-months membership
- Opening hours: 6am to 10pm on weekdays. Hours on weekends vary for different outlets, you may check individual timings here.
- Facilities: Dynamic movement training, cardio training, group exercise, personal training, yoga, swimming pool and saunas at certain outlets.
- Locations: 8
- Fees: $89 per month for annual membership
- Opening hours: 6am to 11 pm
- Facilities: Sprint track, lounge, steam room
- Locations: 7
- Fees: $15 – $30 joining fee, $60 – $70 per month. Discounts are available for youths and seniors. $5 – $7 per entry.
- Opening hours: Mostly 24/7, but some opens at 8am and closes at 8pm or 11pm.
- Facilities: Good gym equipment and personal training
- Locations: 3
- Fees: $150 and above
- Opening hours: 6am to midnight from Mondays to Saturdays. 8am to 10 pm on Sundays.
- Facilities: Indoor running track, sauna, workout gear, fitness classes, zumba, yoga
- Locations: 5
- Fees: Starts from $49 to $65, depending on package
- Opening hours: 6.30am to 10.30pm on weekdays, 8am to 8pm on weekends except for Virgin Active Raffles Place which runs from 8am to 5pm on weekends.
- Facilities: Steam rooms, ice rooms, sleep pods, variety of yoga, aerobics, pilates and dance fitness classes.
Tips When Joining a Gym to Get the Best Experience
1. Make use of your citizenship benefits
In an effort to help its citizens take better care of their health, the Singaporean government instituted the ActiveSG program. This program pays Singaporeans and permanent residents $100 to sign up to a sports program or make use of a gym at various sports centers around Singapore. Sign up for the program to reduce the amount of money you part with from your pocket for your gym membership. You are being paid to workout.
2. Sign up for multi-gym passes
Different outlets of the same gym offer different benefits and facilities. If you want to take advantage of the different facilities available from the gym, sign up for a multi-gym pass. This will allow you to enter any of their outlets on a single membership.
3. Never sign up for lifetime membership
Lifetime membership is never a good idea no matter how great the deal seems. You will have to pay a renewal fee. If you forget to do so, you may lose your membership or be slapped with penalties. Things may get complicated if the gym closes or if they were to increase their fees and charges.
There are various options for gym memberships in Singapore. Each gym has their own unique set of facilities or courses. Take your time, identify your needs and select the gym that best suits you.
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No coding skills needed, no matter what kind of website you want! MotoCMS is the easiest website builder for beginners with a simple visual drag and drop editing, eCommerce plugin, and responsive design. This easy website builder platform will give you everything to power your new website and start your own online brand!
MotoCMS Black Friday sale: 50% every MotoCMS template and up to 90% for the services, just use coupon code “MotoBF2019” at checkout!
Pixpa is the ultimate all-in-one website platform for photographers to showcase, share and sell their work online. Trusted by photographers around the world, Pixpa enables you to create a beautiful portfolio website in minutes, complete with built-in client galleries, online store, and blog.
Pixpa Black Friday deal: Get 50% off for the first year on all plans. Claim your discount with coupon code “BFFLYWHEEL50” before December 31st, 2019.
Black Friday deals on tangible goods
If you’re looking for a new notebook to sketch in, look no further. Baron Fig sells the Confidant notebook, which opens flat and comes in three paper patterns: blank, ruled, or dot grid. Plus, for every Confidant notebook they sell, they plant a tree!
Baron Fig Black Friday deal: From November 27th through December 1st, 2019, you can receive 25% off the entire site on orders $50+ with the code “BF19”.
Zeller Writing Co.
For those of you who love hands-on design, Zeller Writing Co. is a fantastic site to find writing utensils, ink, paper, and more. Plus they have lots and lots of color options, so your design possibilities are endless.
Zeller Writing Co. Black Friday deal: Receive a Flywheel-exclusive 20% off sitewide with code “ThanksFlywheel”, free US shipping on orders of $49+, and a free gift with every order! This promotion will run from November 27th through December 6th, 2019.
Black Friday deals on WordPress plugins
Affiliate Coupons is the best WordPress plugin for affiliate marketers to help increase conversions and click-through rates.
Affiliate Coupons Black Friday deal: Save 30% off new Affiliate Coupons licenses as well as license upgrades! Simply use the discount code BLACKWEEKEND2019 during checkout.
WordPress publishers deserve a simpler and more efficient way to connect to the world’s most powerful affiliate program, Amazon Associates — enter AmaLinks Pro! This plugin will help you monetize any WordPress site with the Amazon Affiliate Program.
AmaLinks Pro Black Friday sale: Get this premium Amazon affiliate WordPress plugin for only $47/year for a Blogger plan or only $97/year for a Premium plan! The sale will run from November 29th through December 2nd, 2019. No coupon code required.
Amazon Affiliates for WordPress (AAWP)
AAWP is your best choice in order to advertise Amazon products, earn commissions, and increase your revenue. Automated lists, stunning flexibility, and customizations are its benefits.
Amazon Affiliates for WordPress Black Friday deal: Save 30% off new AAWP licenses as well as license upgrades! Simply use the discount code BLACKWEEKEND2019 during checkout.
Iconic sells a number of premium WooCommerce plugins, either separately or as part of a bundle. People use their plugins to enhance their WooCommerce stores, improve user experience on their sites, and increase their revenue.
Iconic Black Friday sale: Get up to 50% off from November 29th to December 6th. The discount will be automatically applied on their Bundles page.
- Essentials Bundle: 1 site, 5 plugins – $129 for the first year
- Extended Bundle: 1 site, 10 plugins – $149 for the first year
- All Access Bundle: 30 sites, all current and future plugins – $249 for the first year
Widget Options is the world’s most complete and user-friendly WordPress widget control plugin to take over your sidebars and widgets.
Widget Options Black Friday deal: Save 30% off new Affiliate Coupons licenses as well as license upgrades! Simply use the discount code BLACKWEEKEND2019 during checkout.
Black Friday deals on WordPress themes and templates
aThemes (the ‘a’ stands for awesome!) has been creating WordPress themes since 2013. The philosophy behind their themes is that they are well designed, easy to use, and backed up by speedy support and frequent updates!
aThemes Black Friday and Cyber Monday discount: Get 30% off any purchase made on athemes.com (single themes, Developer and Lifetime licenses included) with the coupon codes “BLACKFRIDAY19” and “CYBERMONDAY19”. This offer will run from November 28th through December 3rd, 2019.
Anariel Design crafts premium WordPress themes for charity/non-profit websites and bloggers.
Clean modern design combined with the ease of use and exceptional support is what you get with their themes.
Anarial Design Black Friday discount: Take advantage of a 20% discount and get access to all their themes at the lowest price ever! Just use the code “ANARIELBLACK2019” at checkout.
Looking for a simple, elegant WordPress theme to quickly get your website up and running? Catch Themes are clean, minimalistic, and niche-oriented. With their premium themes, you also get a wide variety of customization options, incredible support, and regular updates.
Catch Themes Black Friday deal: Get a 25% discount by using the code “thanksgiving2019” at checkout from now until December 2nd, 2019.
Divi Monk’s cloud-based Template Library gives you access to hundreds of reusable designs.
This will save you loads of time and effort, speeding up your development process!
Divi Monk Black Friday discount: Receive 40% off on all plans with the code “SAVEBIG” at checkout. This offer is valid from November 25th through December 4th, 2019 “
Start attracting your dream clients with a website that gets you booked. Flothemes offers gorgeous, easy to customize and SEO friendly website designs for photographers, videographers, stylists and other creative businesses.
Flothemes Black Friday discount: Receive 35% off all Flothemes and up to $179 off bundle deals from November 18th through December 1st, 2019.
MH Themes is specialized in developing feature-rich premium magazine WordPress themes that are suitable for dynamic news websites, online magazines, and other editorial projects.
MH Themes Black Friday discount: Save 30% off new MH Themes licenses as well as license upgrades! Simply use the discount code BLACKWEEKEND2019 during checkout.
MyThemeShop is full of incredible themes and plugins for any WordPress site. With over 100 themes and 20 plugins to choose from, there’s an incredible amount of variety and quality.
MyThemeShop holiday deal: All 100+ premium themes and 20+ premium plugins with unlimited domains license for just $99.47/year (and the products can be used on client websites, as well!). This offer runs from December 1st through December 7th, 2019.
Semplice is the first fully customizable portfolio system based on WordPress, no coding required. Present your work with immersive case studies and beautifully crafted pages.
Semplice Black Friday discount: Get 30% off any Semplice edition and get all supply products bundled for $59 – no coupon required! Offer valid until December 2nd, 12:00 AM EST.
TemplateMonster has a huge selection of WordPress themes (over 1,700!) so you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for here. To help you sort through everything, you can search by theme categories, features, compatibility, and more.
TemplateMonster Black Friday deal: 50% off from November 21st through December 3rd, 2019.
Make beautiful, responsive websites faster and easier than ever before with Themify. Over 51,000 users trust their themes and plugins, and it’s easy to see why. Their quality products and awesome support are unbeatable.
Themify Black Friday deal: 40% off all themes, plugins, and Master Club with coupon code “BLACKFRIDAY” and $75 off Lifetime with coupon code “BFLIFE”. This offer runs from November 25th through December 2nd, 2019.
Viva Themes is a design studio that creates professional themes for WordPress. Their themes are clean, responsive, and provide a lot of flexibility.
Viva Themes Black Friday deal: Use code ‘blackfriday’ to get a 30% discount on all products including our Lifetime Package. This deal is valid from now until December 1st, 2019.
There’s a Huge Sale On the Flywheel Home Bike—But Hurry, It’s Only for 24 Hours
First came the boom of boutique fitness classes; then came the influx of at-home boutique fitness experiences. While these trends offer effective, personalized workouts, the one problem is that they often come with high price tags. If you’re moving toward the at-home offerings, first you need to stock up on the right gear, buy a streaming package or a membership plan, and then inevitably tack on a few extras (i.e. in-home set-up) that sound too appealing to forgo. (You could consider downloading one of these best workout apps for a workout you can do with little more than your phone.)
But now, Flywheel Sports, the fitness company known for indoor cycling and barre classes as well as, more recently, at-home class streaming, is offering a huge discount on its Home Bike for a limited time only. Translation: You can finally invest in the at-home fitness equipment you’ve been wanting, without the sticker shock. (Related: Cheap Workout Equipment You Can Buy at Walmart)
The Flywheel Home bike is heavily marked down now through January 9 at 3 am EST, thanks to Amazon’s Deal of the Day. For 24 hours only, you can get the Flywheel Home bike for just $999—which is more than 40 percent off—or $1,299 (down from $1,999) if you opt for the bike with the built-in tablet. (Related: I Cancelled My Gym Membership and Got In the Best Shape of My Life)
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Flywheel Home Exercise Bike (Buy It, $999-$1,299, amazon.com)
The only difference between the two bikes is that you’ll have to use your own device, like a phone or smart TV, to stream in classes if you choose the model without the tablet attached. These deals also come with two months free of the streaming subscription, after which you’d pay $39 per month for unlimited classes in the Flywheel Anywhere experience.
The bike offers riders the same in-studio, metrics-based workouts via streaming (you’ll need that tablet for this, and streaming capabilities need to be purchased separately) so you don’t have to leave your home to achieve those 2020 wellness resolutions. With thousands of cycling, strength, and off-bike workouts available in the Flywheel streaming database and new classes (both live and recorded) uploaded daily, you won’t get bogged down by monotony or feel fatigued by routine anytime soon. (Related: This Multitasking Water Bottle Doubles As a Foam Roller for Sore Muscles)
The Flywheel bike actually made it onto Oprah’s most recent Favorite Things list, and the company also lists Khloé Kardashian and Derek Jeter as some of its other A-list fans. These are just a few of the millions of riders you’ll be joining once you take advantage of this major sale and become a member of the Flywheel community. Shop the Home Bike now while you can still get it for nearly half off—but act fast before prices go back up late tonight.
Deals on Gym Membership
*Pay applicable initiation fee plus first months’ dues per person. Access level for add-ons will be the same as the Primary Membership access level. Selected club of enrollment must be within 50 miles of purchaser’s residence. Pay $49.99 Annual Fee once during first year of enrollment and annually thereafter on applicable monthly payment (EFT) memberships. One-Club access is for club of enrollment only. All-Club access depends on membership purchased; All-Club Sport memberships do not include access to Super/Ultra-Sport clubs. All-Club Super-Sport memberships do not include access to Ultra-Sport clubs. Kids’ Club and Personal Training available for an additional fee. Must be 18 years old or 12 with parent. Maximum of 6 add-ons (with not more than 1 add-on between the ages of 18-65) per Primary Member account. Add-on monthly dues must be debited from the same account as the original Primary Member. Dues must be paid by pre-authorized payment (eft). Must be at least 18 years old or 12 with parent. Excludes select Hawaii, San Francisco Bay Area and Monterey Bay Area clubs. No other discounts with this offer. Incentives may be offered for other memberships. Facilities and amenities vary per location. Kids’ Club, Personal/Group Training, specialty classes and class reservations are available for an additional fee. Not all clubs open 24 hours every day. See club for details.© 2020 24 Hour Fitness USA, Inc. Texas Health Studio #080501. Florida Registration Numbers HS7025, HS7004, HS7479, HS7621, HS7436, HS7746, HS7663, HS7776, HS7805, HS12038, HS11951, HS12546, HS12661, HS12874, HS13027, HS13046, HS13059, HS13295.
24 Hour Fitness Promo Codes
24 Hour Fitness Membership Options
No matter what your health goals are, 24 Hour Fitness has an option for you. Get access to a single club in your area with the One-Club Membership, or opt for the All-Club pass to workout at any location nationwide. Prices and payment plans vary based on membership and club type, so if you look for a 24 Hour Fitness promo code you’ll always find an affordable option to fit into your health and wellness budget. Make going to the gym a group affair with a family add-on, or take your workout to the next level with personal training and group classes. Visit your local club to find out all the options available to you.
Where are 24 Hour Fitness Locations?
There are over 400 24 Hour Fitness locations across 13 states. California, Texas, and Colorado have the most locations, so if you’re in one of those states there is sure to be a gym near you. Find the latest 24 Hour Fitness deals and sign up today!
Can you bring guests to 24 Hour Fitness?
Yes, members are encouraged to bring friends and family to the gym with them and can get free guest passes at their local club. After the free trial you can encourage your guest to grab a 24hr Fitness promo code and sign up for their own membership!
Can the 24 Hour Fitness initiation fee be waived?
Occasionally 24 Hour Fitness will run membership specials and offer a $0 initiation fee! These deals are valid on select memberships for a limited time, so make sure to check Groupon Coupons first before signing up for your membership.
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24 Hour Fitness’s Cyber Monday Sale is Now Live!
Last updated on Monday December 2, 2019: 24 Hour Fitness’s Black Friday sale just ended late last night and it’s now replaced with their 1-day Cyber Monday offer!
For today only, visit your local club or sign up at their site to get your first month for free and a $0 initiation fee. If you’re a current member then you can add on friends or family members to your membership for as low as $29.00 per month. Offers expire tonight at 11:59pm PT (12/2/2019). See official terms and conditions posted below. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
What other deals on gym memberships have you seen this holiday season? Let us know in the comments section at the bottom of this page.
Updated on Saturday November 24, 2018: 24 Hour Fitness’s Black Friday deals end on Cyber Monday this year so you can already take advantage of their offer.
Visit 24hourfitness.com to get your first month free and 50% off your initial fee on select All-Club Monthly Payment memberships. And if you’ve never tried one of their gyms before, you can also pick up a free 3-day pass. Offer available online-only and ends on November 26, 2018. See terms for details.
Here’s a record of 24 Hour Fitness’s last few Cyber Monday ads: