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Date Posted: 18:34:22 03/07/03 Fri
Author: Michelle
Subject: Re: Price Problem
In reply to: Jen from NJ 's message, "Re: Price Problem" on 13:51:21 03/07/03 Fri

>I belong to a club in Staten island, which technically is NYC. Anyway my sign up fee was $120 plus the first month so that came to an initial fee of $160. My club does 49.99 monthly and 39.99 if you do draft. I also joined for a year and recieved a O% discount. So it sounds like you are making out better than I am.



Hi Bev. Thanks for responding.
>
>I understand your point about higher prices, rent,
>etc., and it would make sense if it were New York City
>or even Princeton, NJ. In Plainsboro, prices are not
>that high. Housing is not expensive. And the space
>they rent is one big room, probably less than 500
>s.f., with a single bathroom in one of the older
>shopping centers in town.
>
>(Young wrote on another post that she is paying $29
>without autodraft - that's a $20 difference with the
>Plainsboro Curves, but I don't know where Young is.)
>
>I intend to join, only I'm wary of the pricing games
>and it makes me a bit mistrustful of them. I kind of
>feel like I'm being suckered.
>
>When I was reading up about it beforehand, the prices
>and policies seemed reasonable and I was anticipating
>a little variation. If it were under $5, I probably
>would not have been phased by it.
>
>Anyway, I plan to give it a shot, but I was really
>disappointed. However, they do have the deal where if
>you bring in a bag of groceries during the week of
>March 17th, they waive the registration fee, so that's
>a break.
>
>
>
>>Jen:
>>
>>Unfortunately New Jersey has the highest cost for just
>>about everything. Therefore, the owners of your
>>Curves is paying higher rent, electricity ect.
>>
>>The monthly cost does seem very high. I guess one
>>must weigh the benefits and determine how much they
>>are willing to pay for what they want to accomplish.
>>
>>If you are not positive Curves is for you, do the
>>month to month until you are sure.
>>
>>All I can say is Curves has made amazing good changes
>>in my weight and my health.
>>
>>Let us know what you decide.

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