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ClassPass has a new major gym partnership—here’s what you need to know


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ClassPassers, listen up: Your exercise routine just got a lot more versatile. The class-booking app has partnered with Blink Fitness to offer a co-membership for folks who want access their fave boutique hot spots and the gym without having to sign up for multiple services.

Starting today, 5- and 10-class monthly plans are being offered with a Blink Fitness membership to New York and New Jersey members, which means you can get full access to all 60 Blink locations across the two states. The two plans, which go for $75 and $135 per month, respectively, without the Blink membership, will be offered at $90 and $150 for the co-membership.

This is the first time ClassPass has offered the co-membership option, according to a spokesperson, though the company has offered the option to book time at partner gyms in the past.

This is the first time ClassPass has offered the co-membership option, according to a spokesperson, though the company has offered the option to book time at partner gyms in the past. (For those outside the partnership region, ClassPass isn’t currently planning to expand the co-membership option, but it’s not off the table.)

With the co-membership, you’ll be able to go to Blink whenever, wherever, for as long as you need. And, you’ll still be able to get in your HIIT workout, go to yoga classes, and punch it out in the boxing ring.

The co-membership option is also great for those who felt the acute loss of ClassPass’s unlimited plan last year. Now, once you hit your class limit, you can head to the gym and jog in the park. You’ve got options for how to manage your self-care sich—enjoy ’em.

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