What is Gympass?

Gympass is a health & wellbeing solution that offers you and your family members unlimited access to its network of fitness and gym providers.

With Gympass you can visit your favourite gyms and studios and try out new venues too. Additionally you'll have access to a range of apps to support your physical, mental and financial wellbeing, join fitness classes online, and have a live-streamed session with PT, all with one single flexible membership.

How does it work?

There are more than 2,200 venues on the network in the UK alone.

You can visit firm favourites like DW Fitness First and Bannatyne’s Health Club and Spa and many local leisure centres, as well as trying new activities like yoga, martial arts and pilates at hundreds of independent studios.

To enter a gym or studio you will need to check in on the Gympass app and show the confirmation to staff. Click App store icons to download your app and create an account.

Click here to get more info on how to use Gympass to it's full potential.

How much does it cost?

Next has partnered with Gympass so you can have access to exclusively priced memberships. There’s no contract and no joining fees and the best part is that you’re eligible for a 7 day FREE trial*

There are different membership options and plans starting from £7.99 - the higher the plan, the more options included. Whichever option you choose, you’ll have access to all the apps, online classes and fitness providers that fall within that plan.

You can find out exactly what is included in each plan by creating your FREE account here: www.gympass.com/uk

Your Gympass Account

First you need to create your account, click here if you haven't already done so. Next download the app, start your membership and you’re ready to go!


Once you've created an account you need to sign up to the membership option in order to access the gyms and features of Gympass.


If you've got any questions about using your account then click here. You can learn about payments, the free trial and adding family members to Gympass.