In the market for cashmere? Kitchenware? Crystals? There’s a Black Friday (or Cyber Monday) deal for it. But one commodity we know we’ll use—and that rarely goes on sale—is a heart-pumping workout from some of NYC’s best studios. Whether you’re a cycling devotee or a yoga fiend, Black Friday discounts on in-person classes, virtual subscriptions and equipment make for a cardio-filled holiday season and beyond. Presenting the best Black Friday fitness deals in NYC.
1. Pure Barre
If you’re a barre devotee, you know the dance-inspired workout is killer for your legs (and butt)—and you also know the prices can be some of the highest. Thankfully, Pure Barre is cutting us a slight break with 25 percent off your first month of membership with promo code NOVDEALS. You can also buy 10 classes and get 5 free for $339 or buy a 100-class package for $1,799 (regular price $3,700). All deals available to purchase now until November 30.
The studio with the 50-degree temperature-controlled workouts is offering a Brrrn Bundle: Save $50 off the 5-foot or 6-foot Brrrn board with one-year access to their on-demand subscription featuring hundreds of classes. Includes safety manual and a free pair of booties. Use the code CYBRRR from now until November 29.
3. Orange Theory
This buzzy HIIT workout is guaranteed to make you sweat. But thanks to their November offerings, you don’t have to sweat their prices: All new members who sign up for an Elite or Premier membership and also purchase an OTbeat™ Heart Rate Monitor will receive a free membership for the entire month of December. Deal valid until November 31. Call your local studio for more info.
This West Coast pilates workout is one of the buzziest fitness openings in recent years—and if you haven’t tried it yet, here’s some extra incentive. Through December 1, their FEELING GRA8FUL campaign gives users three classes for $88 (regular price $126) in all NYC and Jersey City locations, plus six months of virtual access with @wundabarondemand for $88 (down from $150). Terms and conditions apply.
OK, so this Central Park South fitness center and spa isn’t exactly offering a Black Friday fitness deal, but the savings here are too good not to mention. The spa is offering 35 percent off all services and retail products from November 26 through 30 (hey, you could always squeeze in a yoga class before your treatment). Swedish massage, anyone?
6. The Ness
This beat based, low-impact, high-intensity trampoline workout has a studio downtown but is currently offering some major sales for at-home users that practically has us bouncing up and down with joy (sorry, we had to). From today until Monday, November 29, get 20 percent off the ness Trampoline (originally $499) and enjoy three months of free digital subscription, or take 35 percent off your first three months of the ness digital subscription (originally $39/month). Use promo code: FRIDAY.
The high-energy dance-based cardio studio in NoMad is offering five AKT classes for just $10 each (reg. price $30) from today until November 28. Users can also enjoy 40 percent off 10, 20 and 50 class packages from November 29 until November 30 using promo code cybermonday21.
On Black Friday only, CycleBar is offering a 10-pack of classes for $179 (reg. price $349) using the promo code THANKS179. The price increases on Saturday to $199 with promo code THANKS199, and goes up to $249 on Sunday with promo code THANKS249. On Cyber Monday they are offering the first month of an unlimited ride membership for $99 (minimum 3 month commitment—the following 2 months will be charged at $259) using promo code CYBERMON.
9. Blink Fitness
From today until November 29, users can save up to 66 percent (that's $196) on Basic Membership and 40 percent ($132) on Premium Membership. Grab this offer in-gym only because it’s not available online.
10. Rumble Boxing
With seven locations around the city, this strength-based workout is running package specials for Black Friday now through Monday, November 29th. Score $50 off of a 10-pack, $100 off of a 20-pack and $150 off of a 30-pack. Now that’s what we call a knock-out deal.