How to Get a Fitness 24 Franchise


A Fitness 24 center gives you the ability to work out whenever you want, remaining open after other fitness centers have closed for the day. When you purchase a 24-hour fitness franchise, you’re helping people reach their weight-loss goals any time of the day. Like any other franchise, it takes time, planning and investment to make your 24-hour fitness center a success.

Start a 24-Hour Fitness Center at Anytime Fitness

Go to the Anytime website (see Resources) to learn more about Anytime Fitness programs. According to Anytime Fitness, the total investment is between $43,074 and $298,074 (including an initial franchise fee ranging from $8,999 to $19,999). Anytime also charges a flat $419 per month franchise fee, not based on your sales percentage.

Call (800) 704-5004 or (651) 438-5000 for franchise information or complete the online form at Include your name, email address, contact information and available capital, and submit the form.

Read through the paperwork you receive in the mail and complete the franchise agreement/contract supplied by Anytime Fitness at least two weeks before purchasing the franchise.

Take advantage of any support you can receive for financial assistance, construction/layout help, training/web seminars, marketing information, lease negotiations and branding of your franchise.

Attend trainings to learn about opening your 24-hour fitness franchise, operations and marketing/sales tactics.

Open your store and continue using ongoing training/support.

Start a 24-Hour Fitness Center at Snap Fitness

Complete the online information request form at Snap Fitness' website ( Include your name, contact information, net worth, liquid capital, when you'd like to buy the franchise and the reason you’d like to buy it.

Qualify by having a household income of $100,000 or more, liquid assets of $60,000 or more (after the franchise fee), net worth of $250,000 or more and a credit score of 700 or higher. According to Snap Fitness, your initial investment is about $70,000 (plus total costs), and the start-up working capital is about $240,000, including the franchise fee of $15,000.

Read through the introductory kit and franchise disclosure document you receive in the mail. You will receive a follow-up call from a sales consultant.

Continue by participating in a conference call, contacting the Snap Fitness Financial Group about financial options and/or meeting the founder.

Take advantage of any support you can receive, including financing/loan approval, training, demographics and installation, grand opening and campaign materials, operations, marketing/sales and development of fitness programs.

Set up a location in a city or town where there is not a Snap Fitness franchise and open your store. Continue using ongoing training/support.

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