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The Madison Area Vegetarian Meetup Group Message Board Miscellaneous › Do you want to buy my two month groupon to Harbor Athletic club for $59?

Do you want to buy my two month groupon to Harbor Athletic club for $59?

Brian S
briangs
Madison, WI
Post #: 161
On Feb 8 I bought a groupon for a two-month membership for Harbor Athletic club in Middleton for $59 which is valued at $118 because memberships normally cost $59/month. I forgot I used a one month groupon at Harbor in Nov, 2012. You can only use their groupons once every 12 months so they won't let me use the new groupon I bought Feb 8. Instead they said I can sell it to someone else to use.

Does anyone want to buy this groupon from me for $59? Here is a link to the offer along with the benefits and conditions:

http://www.groupon.co...­

Indoor and outdoor pools
Orientation with a personal trainer
Group exercise classes including Zumba, BodyPump, cycling, yoga and mat Pilates
Programs for youths and seniors

Must activate by 5/1/13. Must sign waiver. Local residents only; must live in Dane county. New clients or members that have not been in past 12 months only. Must be 14 or older.
A former member
Post #: 42
Brian, if you read the Groupon terms and conditions, I'm pretty sure they say that any Groupon is always worth its face value, even if the deal has expired. If that's true, you should be able to go to Harbor and apply the new Groupon to your regular membership fee. You might explore the Groupon site and see if you can find that clause. I've done that once when a groupon I purchased expired; the issuer still had to treat my original purchase price as if it were cash. Hope this helps...
Brian S
briangs
Madison, WI
Post #: 169
Thanks but I'm not a regular member and don't want to join and pay the regular membership fee.
Brian S
briangs
Madison, WI
Post #: 174
I sold it so this thread can be deleted.
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