I received a brochure in the mail that said $19.95 per month, $0 down.
I gave them a call and spoke with the manager, Nicole, on the phone. I verified that this price was not with a contract. She said "It's basically month-to-month". So, I decided to go in for a tour.
Upon arriving, I spoke with another woman and stressed my concerns about signing a contract and told her the only reason I was there was because of that brochure and it not being a contract. She acted like she "completely" understood.
After the tour, I was pretty excited about joining. Then, we talk pricing. That brochure was indeed "basically" month-to-month like the manager said. There was a catch! You pay UP FRONT for 36 MONTHS!!! That's 3 years people!!! That's $718.20!! I told the woman I was talking to that I felt the brochure was False Advertisement. She didn't seem to understand how... She said they don't consider it a contract since you pay up front.
The other price options were $49.95 or $59.95 a month - One year contract. I'm sorry - but for a price like that AND a contract, I'll go over to another gym and enjoy many more amenities - including a pool!
Don't be fooled by the advertisements that Fitness for Women puts out! They are not accurate and all they try to do is get you in there so they can suck you in!