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Free ClassPass Trial (2024): Everything You Need to Know

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Working out is generally hard but it doesn’t have to be boring.

Most people thrive on variety, but many gyms and fitness studios are limited to offering just one genre of classes.

Even the biggest gyms and studio chains just don’t have the capacity to offer more than a certain amount.

For people who need or want variety in their workout routines, ClassPass is often the answer.

If you’ve been debating a ClassPass membership but aren’t sure the membership cost is going to be worth it to you, keep reading.

This article will answer your questions about the types of classes you can take with ClassPass, how much it costs, the details of the ClassPass free trial, canceling your ClassPass membership, and where ClassPass operates.

By the end, you’ll be ready to sign up for free and find out for yourself whether ClassPass is for you.

The Types of Classes You Can Take With ClassPass

Free ClassPass Trial 2019: Everything You Need to Know ClassPass subscribers generally choose ClassPass over or in addition to a traditional gym or studio membership because of the range of classes they can take on a day-to-day basis.

While a big gym may have multiple locations and classes, they rarely have the range of ClassPass offerings, which ClassPass divides into the following categories.


Cardio class options include boxing, kickboxing, dance, CrossFit, HIIT (high intensity interval training), martial arts, and more.

What defines a cardio class is that it challenges your heart rate and improves endurance but doesn’t require equipment.

These classes are Heart Rate enabled.


Strength class options include upper body, lower body, full body, and abs.

Each class entails a total body workout while focusing on a specific body part.

These classes are designed to increase your muscular strength and endurance.

Strength classes range from light to moderate intensity and entail the use of weights and other equipment.

These classes are Heart Rate enabled.

Mind and Body

Mind and body class options include yoga and barre.

These classes are designed to improve mobility and strength through low impact movement.

Mind and body classes range from light to moderate intensity.

Barre classes entail the use of weights and other equipment.

Yoga classes only require a mat.

Barre classes are Heart Rate enabled and yoga classes are not.


Express classes span a range of class options with their defining characteristic being that each class is 20 minutes or less.

Some Express classes use light to heavy weights or other equipment.

Express classes are not Heart Rate enabled.


ClassPass now offers its members the ability to stream workouts through ClassPass Live and participate in their favorite fitness classes from the comfort of their own homes, hotels rooms, or wherever they might be.

Members access the classes through the ClassPass app or ClassPass.com.

Live class options include kickboxing, boxing, strength, HIIT workouts, and barre classes.

All live classes are Heart Rate enabled and have a leaderboard.

How Much Does ClassPass Cost?

What ClassPass costs will depend on where you live and how many classes you plan to attend.

The more classes you take, the more credits you’ll need, and the more you’ll end up spending on a ClassPass membership.

That being said, if you’re taking a range of classes, ClassPass can still be way cheaper than signing up for multiple gym and studio membership.

ClassPass has three tiers of membership and the exact prices and the number of credits vary from city to city depending on the supply of classes, the demand of users, and the relative costs of the city.

For example, ClassPass costs more in Los Angeles than in Atlanta.
In NYC, the ClassPass pricing structure is:

  • $49 per month: You receive 27 credits to use on 2–4 classes
  • $79 per month: You receive 45 credits to use on 4–6 classes
  • $159 per month: You receive 100 credits to use on 10–15 classes

The number of credits a class costs will depend on demand, both in the city and for the class.

The average class in New York City costs nine credits whereas the average class in Detroit costs just six credits.

The membership tiers in Detroit cost $35, $50, and $80, which is significantly cheaper than in New York City.

Click this link to change your city and see how much a ClassPass membership will cost for you.
Free ClassPass Trial: Everything You Need to Know

ClassPass Free Trial

If you’re intrigued by ClassPass but not quite sure the membership is worth it, we have good news for you — ClassPass is nearly always offering a free ClassPass trial period to new members and various promo codes.

Usually, the ClassPass trial means a free 2-week trial membership at the middle membership tier, but around holidays like Thanksgiving and New Years, it often increases to a free one-month membership.

How to Sign Up for a ClassPass Free Trial

Signing up for a ClassPass free trial is easy.

Just go to ClassPass.com and click on the blue button that says “Try for free.”

ClassPass Trial 2019: Everything You Need to Know

You’ll be taken to the sign-up page which details what’s included in your free trial.

Right now ClassPass is offering a Free Month membership, which includes enough credits for seven classes.

After the free month ends, you’ll be auto-enrolled in a ClassPass membership for $79 per month.
Free ClassPass Trial 2019
If the ClassPass website geolocated you incorrectly, you can change your location by clicking on the city in “I’m in New York” at the bottom.
Free ClassPass Trial: What You Need to Know
Your ClassPass free trial starts immediately so don’t sign up until you’re ready to use it.

ClassPass Membership Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your membership at least three days before your next billing cycle, you won’t be charged for the following monthly costs.

Note your membership cancellation must be confirmed by a member of the customer experience team so it’s smart to do it sooner.

Otherwise, you may be on the hook for another month of membership fees.

There are three ways to cancel your ClassPass membership: on the website, in the Apple app, and in the Android app.

On the Website

To cancel your ClassPass membership is on the website, navigate to your Account Settings and choose the “Cancel my membership or take a break” option.

Then select “Continue with my cancellation” and chat box will immediately pop up to connect you with a customer experience team member who will be able to confirm that your account has been canceled.

In the Apple App

To cancel your ClassPass membership in the Apple app, select “Profile” from the bottom of the screen and then tap the settings gear in the upper left-hand corner.

Under “Membership” choose “Manage my plan.”

Select “Cancel my membership or take a break” and then choose “Continue with my cancellation.”

Tap the green “Chat with us” button to confirm your account has been canceled with a customer experience team member.

In the Android App

To cancel your ClassPass membership in the Android app, select the menu button at the upper left-hand corner of the screen.

Choose “Settings” and then under “Membership,” tap “Manage your plan.”

Select “Cancel my membership or take a break” and then choose “Continue with my cancellation.”

Tap the green “Chat with us” button to confirm your account has been canceled with a customer experience team member.

Live chat is available 24/7 so you can cancel your membership whenever you remember to do so.

If you cancel your membership and choose to rejoin ClassPass, you’ll need to pay a $79 reactivation fee.

Where Does ClassPass Operate?

ClassPass Trial: Everything You Need to Know

ClassPass is partnered with over 1,500 gyms and fitness studios in nine countries.

Founded in New York City, it tends to be most popular in major international cities where there are an abundance of class options and people are very focused on fitness.

While it can still be worth signing up in a smaller market, some of the most popular cities are New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, London, Toronto, and Hong Kong.

You can check a more complete listing of where ClassPass operates by loading ClassPass.com, choosing “Explore Studios” at the upper left-hand corner, and entering a zip code.

This is useful if you’re traveling and would like to use your ClassPass membership on the road.

Give ClassPass a Try

The only way to find out if something is for you is to give it a try.

With a ClassPass free trial, there is no risk, only a reward.

At worst, you discover you hate ClassPass and cancel it before you pay for the following month.

At best, you discover your new favorite way to stay engaged while getting in shape.

Either way, it’s worth taking advantage of the free trial and finding out.

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