The fine print first says the voucher expires after 120 days, then further down says 60 days. I want to buy the 30 class offer. Which is it?
Ellen D. asked on Jan 4, 2013
Hello Ellen. That is a good question and I can understand how it can be a little confusing. Both notes are correct. Here is how the expiration works. After you purchase the Groupon, you have 120 days from the date of purchase to bring the Groupon into the studio to redeem it. If you do not redeem it withing 120 days, the the promotional value of the Groupon expires. Once you come in for your first class (aka redeem the Groupon) your promotional class pass is valid for 60 days from that point. What this means is that you need to use up all 10 or 15 of your classes within 60 consecutive days. As an example, you could buy the Groupon today, but not come in until April 1st. In that case, your 10 or 15 classes would expire on June 1st if you did not use them all in that 60 day period. I hope this makes sense and we look forward to seeing you. Finally, I don't believe there is a 30 class offer right now, it is $30 for 15 classes... that is only $2 per class... pretty close to free.
Adam P. from Merchant replied on Jan 4, 2013