I bought a “deal” today online. Although I have been receiving group coupon promotions on my phone, I usually don’t give them much more than a glance. But this one I had to re-read three times to see if I had it right: 20 outdoor boot camp or yoga classes, five oxygen therapy sessions (whatever that is), three 45 minute Far Infrared Jade massages (whatever those are) + 15 minute foot massage, two personal training sessions, 30 Day Diet Plan and Body Fat Evaluation, RMR (metabolic rate) testing…. for $20 from Anytime Fitness. Too good to be true? Maybe. I mean they claim the value at $534, and say it is a savings of 96% ($514)! I was number 165 to accept the promotion. That’s a lot of people for a fitness class, not to mention to schedule massages and “oxygen therapy” sessions.
I don’t even know if the classes will work with my schedule, or if I will like outdoor group classes. In fact, I can’t really imagine liking large outdoor “boot camp” classes. Lots of people…all outside trying to follow an instructor…hot temperatures, or cold…and bugs. Not really my thing. But $20?!!! How can you pass that up? Even if I can only get to four classes, and I do the massages…still it’s a huge savings. I tried calling my sister so she could take advantage of the offer, too, but I couldn’t reach her. So I guess I’ll have to show up on my own and discover just how good a deal I got.
I just received an email that says my voucher for the deal is now available to print from AmazonLocal.com. I can print, view, or
just admire (yes it said that) the vouchers anytime by visiting Your Deals. I will keep 9 Kid Fitness viewers posted on just how good a deal it really is…
What about you…have you done a group promotion coupon (like Living Social or Groupon)? Let us know if it was a good deal!