first burst onto the fitness scene back in 2013, offering a flexible, fun alternative to the played out gym circuit for just $99 per month. Since then, as the site‘s popularity has grown — so has it‘s monthly fee.

If you‘ve been dying to try it out for yourself and have been searching for promo codes to no avail, then this is your chance. Through the end of January, — a savings of up to $119. 

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Studio fitness classes are a long-time fan favorite as they‘re a great way to combine fitness, fun, and even being social. Unfortunately, popularity means spiked prices, and that twice weekly SoulCycle habit can begin to feel like a luxury. 

When $40 for a single cycling session seems ridiculous but you‘re just not a person who enjoys working out alone, a subscription to is the best of both worlds. 

With classes available in more than 80 cities, there is no shortage of fun workouts to try. (If you‘re traveling, you can even switch your ClassPass membership to your current city.) 

Before dropping money on a full membership, take advantage of this free trial. That way you‘ll know whether you like it or not — and if you‘ll actually use it. Here‘s how it works:

  • Choose your plan depending on how many classes you‘ll want to attend per month — classes are “priced” in credits, and vary depending on the time, location, popularity, and equipment used

  • Pay one flat monthly fee, starting at $49 going up to $159 for the most robust plan

  • Book studio fitness classes in your area (available in over 80 cities) and save even more when you book through the ClassPass app

  • Read reviews on classes and review them yourself

  • Stream video workouts from home for free

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And that variety, though. Getting or staying fit is not one-size-fits-all kind of thing. One of the biggest draws of is its broad selection of classes. Whether you‘re into standard options like cycling or yoga or want to branch out to barre, boxing, dance, or martial arts, ClassPass has over 1,000 options so you‘re bound to find what works for you — and can even show you classes you didn‘t even know existed. (Aquacycling, anyone?)

Sure, $159 a month is a still pretty steep — but the cheaper plans offer serious flexibility. If you‘re the type of person who regularly pays for one-off yoga classes or Zumba, a ClassPass subscription can easily pay for itself — and there are lots more options included. (Like massages!) 

It‘s pricey, but worth it. claims that it completely changed the way she exercised. 

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Once your free month of ClassPass is over, you can either opt out before you‘re charged or choose the plan that suits your schedule the best. Learn more and start your free trial through Jan. 31 .