Complaint Department Numbers and Emails

24 Hour Fitness Complaints Department

Complaint Department Numbers and Emails


About 24 Hour Fitness

24 Hour Fitness is the world‘s largest privately owned and operated fitness center chain, boasting over 400 clubs located across the United States and Asia. Founded in 1983, 24 Hour Fitness offers a variety of amenities to help you reach your health goals from personal training sessions to group classes like yoga or pilates; strength equipment for muscle building; cardio machines for cardiovascular exercise; as well as martial arts and dance classes!

What is 24 Hour Fitness phone and customer care email?

24 Hour Fitness‘s customer service phone number is 18004326348 and their customer service email is

What is 24 Hour Fitness' Address?

24 Hour Fitness P.O. Box 2689 Carpinteria, CA 93014

What's the Best Time to Contact 24 Hour Fitness

The best time to contact 24 Hour Fitness is MondayFriday from 8am5pm PST.

What's the pricing at 24 Hour Fitness?

24 Hour Fitness offers a wide range of membership options and pricing plans to suit everyone‘s needs. Day passes are available for just $25, providing access to the club for up to 8 hours! Monthly memberships start at only $29.99/month, while annual memberships can be purchased from as little as $299.99/year with discounts offered for students, military personnel and AAA members too! Corporate packages and group rates are also on offer; plus additional fees may apply if you‘re looking into specialty classes.

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