With over 1,500 locations, Snap Fitness is one of the biggest 24-hour gym chains. Many people like their clubs because of their affordable dues and lack of contracts. Before paying initiation fees and your first month of dues, try out your local club with a guest pass. This will let you see if Snap Fitness is right for your needs. Even if you do not want to join the club, a pass can be a nice way to exercise with your friends. In this article, we will tell you all the details about the Snap Fitness guest pass.

Type of Guest Pass Guest Pass Length Guest Pass Age Requirements Guest Pass ID Required Credit Card Required
BFF Pass 1 day 18+ No No
Free Trial Pass 7 days 18+ No No

How to Get the Snap Fitness Guest Pass

There are two Snap Fitness pass options available. Members can get a pass for a friend by requesting a “Best Fitness Friend” pass. People who do not know any members can get a pass by signing up for the trial pass. Whether you sign up for the trial pass or the BFF pass, you will need to visit the location where you want to use the pass.

To get a BFF pass, you will need your friend to take you to the front desk and request a day pass for you. After you sign in with the guest register, you will get the pass. To get the Free Trial Pass, you will need to visit the gym during staff Snap Fitness hours and sign up for a pass. This will require you to provide the gym with your contact information, and you will need to sit through a presentation on gym memberships.

Those with the BFF pass can only use the gym while their friend is present, but people with the general trial pass can visit at any time. However, the free trial pass is not available to people who have recently been a member or signed up for a free trial.

Snap Fitness Guest Pass Benefits

The Snap Fitness guest pass comes with the following benefits:

  • Usage of state of the art cardio equipment
  • Participation in any free classes occurring while you have your guest pass
  • Access to a variety of weight lifting equipment, machines, and free weights
  • Tours of the gym during staffed hours
  • Consultations with personal trainers

Some locations may let you get more classes or training sessions by paying a little extra. Check the website for a location near you to see what sort of guest pass offers they have available.