ClassPass just got more expensive and New Yorkers are not happy
ClassPass, the beloved program enabling New York fitness enthusiasts to take exclusive spin, barre, yoga, or pilates classes for a great price, raised that glorified price on Tuesday. People are not happy.
Just as millennials were owning the streets of New York with our toned arms and lean legs (not to mention amazing butts), our key to such rocking bods got even more unattainable. We were finally able to incorporate fitness into our daily schedules in a fun way without burning our wallets.
But then, on that horrific Tuesday, we got the ever-dreaded email. The subject line read: "ClassPass New York Price Change." Cue the mayhem.
So, what's the damage? Our unreal $99 monthly bill has been traded for a much more realistic and much less affordable $125 plus tax. So basically cancel one Sunday drunk brunch out of your monthly schedule and you'll be right on budget. RIP drunk brunch.
It seems millennials have a few choices. They can pay for the individual classes and ditch ClassPass. While this option would technically cost more than ClassPass, it could cost less if they simply take less classes throughout the week. Again, that rules out drunk brunch due to less calories burned per week. Another option is to hit the gym. Have fun surrounding yourself with smelly grunting boys and a plethora of germs! The third option, of course, is to bite the bullet and pay the extra $26 per month. Which will you choose?
We're not sure why ClassPass had to raise prices given how much they're already worth:
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