Only pay for when you're getting active
The benefits of bundles are that you save money and are only paying to join in with the activity you want, when you want.
Save money the more you do
You can choose from 5, 10, 20 and even 50 sessions. The bigger your bundle, the bigger the saving and the more active you'll be.
For members and non-members
Members can buy bundles for activities not included in your membership. Non-members can also buy bundles and save money.
|Fitness classes||from £12.50||from £23.60||from £43.00||from £102.50|
|Swim||from £15.50||from £28||from £51.25||from £102.50|
|Tennis||from £20.00||from £37.00||from £65.00||n/a|
Regular exercise. No long term commitment.
Think of bundles as pre-paid sessions just waiting to be used. They are great for people who can't/don't want to commit to a membership, and great for members to bolt-on activities not included in their membership.
What can I do with my bundle?
Take a fitness class. Have a swim. Play tennis. There are plenty of activities you can do with a bundle.
All you have to do is decide whether you want to buy 5, 10, or 20 sessions. You can even buy a massive money saving bundle for 50 swim or class sessions.
How do I buy and use my bundle?
You can buy your bundle online or by visiting us, then start using them to attend your activity when you want.
When you book your activity, your bundle account will simply update each time you use a session.
Bundles save money for everyone
Both members and non-members can save money with bundles. If you're a member, you'll save money by buying a bundle for anything that's not covered in your membership.
For non-members, bundles are the perfect option if you're looking to do an activity regularly without a long term commitment.
Find the price of your money saving ticket to fitness:
- University of Warwick undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students
- Full-time, part-time or retired
- University of Warwick alumni
- General public membership
- Open to all
- Aged under 16 or over 65
- University of Warwick staff or student relation
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