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Refer a Friend

We want to reward you when you get your friends to join, so we've built a referrals scheme. It's really simple. When your friend joins, they just need to enter your email address or phone number at checkout. Once they've made their first payment, you'll receive a £10 Amazon gift card by email. Terms apply - please read them below.

The Small Print

  1. Amazon gift cards are sent out by email monthly, on or around the 16th of the month, for the previous full month. For example, January's gift cards will be sent on or just after the 16th February.
  2. You must have made your first full payment to us at the time they join for you to be eligible for the £10 Amazon gift card. 
  3. You cannot refer yourself. 
  4. You, and your friend, must not be in arrears with 24/7 Fitness.
  5. You both must be live, paid members on the date the Amazon gift cards are sent.
  6. If you're not yet a member, you can't refer someone. This means, for example, you can't both join on the same day and refer each other.
  7. There is no cash alternative.
  8. The email address or phone number your friend gives us must match the one we have in our membership system. This is where we'll send the Amazon gift card. If it's sent to a different email address because it was entered incorrectly, it won't be re-issued.
  9. There is no upper limit to the amount of gift cards you can earn. 
  10. It's not retrospective. If your friend's already a member, you don't get the gift card.
  11. Your friend needs to join online for you to receive the gift card. It can't be done in club.
  12. Your friend must pay the joining fee to be eligible for the offer. 
  13. Offer ends 30th April 2019

Why are we doing this?

Working out with a friend is a great way to get the results you want. There are lots of reasons why having your mates around is better, but these are the top ones.

Staying motivated 

Getting up at 6am for a workout is much easier when you know your friend will be there to have a laugh with! 

Staying on track

Spending time together in and out of the gym means you're accountable to someone for the goals you set yourself. Whether that's eating less cake or spinning twice a week. 

Staying on form 

Having someone count your reps and make sure you're doing them correctly means you're less likely to injure yourself, or cheat. 

Pushing yourself

Your mates can act as informal coaches, offering encouragement and support during your workout.