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FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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12/11/12 8:36 A

I tried the free time with hesitation. $8.99 might not sound like much, but for a lot of us, it is significant. That being said, after I got into it, I found that I was actually gaining a benefit so I signed up and I have not been sorry.

Knowledge is power.

CASEYSAUER Posts: 945
12/11/12 8:36 A

Thanks for the feedback!

KKKAREN SparkPoints: (219,760)
Fitness Minutes: (88,486)
Posts: 11,786
12/11/12 8:32 A

I tried the free offer. It didn't do much for me so I did not go on to the paid version.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 32,019
12/10/12 9:59 P

Our goal is to provide a great service at a value price to help more people reach their goals. So, the general price will be $8.99 per month. But, we might run different types of offers for the first month, or for 3-month packages for example. Also keep in mind you can get a completely free 1-week trial before paying anything or entering your credit card.

Coach Denise

MILTONS1 Posts: 3,572
12/10/12 7:47 P

I used it for the free trial period only

JANIEWWJD SparkPoints: (253,731)
Fitness Minutes: (215,920)
Posts: 7,690
12/10/12 7:29 P

I used it for a little while.

WOOLFIE Posts: 229
12/10/12 7:16 P

I saw the ad on the website, but it never says what the actual cost is..I guess you have to try it free.. anyone use it yet?

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