It was such a great class. Full of positive energies. I love the group party session after. I would recommend any one who wants to learn how dance salsa, meringue, and waltz; among all other dances as well to definitely sign up for the classes. Hope to see you there.
I was feeling sick and I asked them to reschedule the private lesson and they said I would have to forfeit it which was very upsetting. They are constantly trying to sell you additional packages which are over priced as well.
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About This Deal
Choose from Three Options
$82 for 30 days of unlimited group dance classes ($320 value)
$103 for two private and one group lesson for up to 2 people ($600 value)
$154 for a deluxe dance package for two ($1,200 value)
Four private classes
One group class
One practice party
The $89 dance package can also be redeemed as four private lessons and two group classes for one person. Seasoned instructors lead students through the steps and techniques of a variety of dance styles, including salsa, waltz, and swing. Private lessons are ideal for weddings or ballroom dance consultations.
Need To Know
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person or couple. $69 option is per person, couples will need 2 vouchers. For $89 and $149 options, 1 voucher is good for 1 couple. Must use first class by voucher expiration date; must complete all classes within 30 days of first class. Classes must be used by the same person or two people. Valid for new students or students that have not attended Arthur Murray in the past 12 months. Must live in tri-state area and present a valid local ID at first class. Valid only for option purchased. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arthur Murray Manhattan Fifth Avenue Dance Centers
At Arthur Murray Manhattan Fifth Avenue Dance Centers, seasoned instructors guide students ranging from recreational rug-cutters to couples preparing for their first wedding dance through timeless dance steps. Pairs pick up styles ranging from the stately waltz to the Cuban cha-cha, whose name is onomatopoeia for the combined sounds of guiros, shuffling feet, and the sequins on mandatory matching jumpsuits. Lessons unfold inside a sunny studio space, where hardwood floors lit by huge windows invite students to safely attempt even the fanciest of footwork.