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3810 E 46th St Minneapolis, MN 55406
3810 East 46th StreetUSMinnesotaMinneapolis55406
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If you’re looking for a results-driven gym, choose Snap Fitness. Our clubs offer high-quality equipment and world-class support to help members reach their health and wellness goals. Join today and get started on a fitness plan to help you get fit, feel great, and be well!
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"I was especially happy with the variety of cardio machines."
"I liked my card and hated that i had to cancel it because of this snap fitness."
"Super convenient hours, of course, and the monthly fee is certainly reasonable."
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Chad Golding
a week ago
Great 24 hr facility. Found everything I needed for my workout. Very hands off so there is no pressure from staff, sales. However when I did need something the staff was quick to assist. Would recommend to anyone seeking a clean well appointed 24 hr space
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Benjamin Hajny
a year ago
THE SAGA Continues: After trying for months to get our credits to our account with no luck we finally decided to cancel our joint membership, but we received another bill. The owner canceled ONLY ONE of us, he did not cancel our joint membership. I believe this guy has a protein powder container for a brain. You kind of know what you are going to get when you go to SNAP. I chose this location because it was 8 blocks from home. This is just about where the convenience ends. When you try to park, the owner's gigantic (and inferiority complex ridden) monster truck is taking up two spots that should be available for customers to park. When you walk inside there are 4 Elliptical machines and 4 treadmills and at least that many Jersey-shore fans grunting their way through dead lifts in one of the smallest and smelliest gyms you have ever been in. Also, the water cooler tastes like it is connected to the toilet after someone had been sitting on it. HERE IS THE WORST PART: The owner tries to hold your reimbursements from you. I am not sure how this benefits him. My health insurance company said they sent the refunds to the gym, but the owner claims he never received them but he will "look into it". When you email him, he gets back to you in a month. When you email the insurance company, they get back to you in a day. Isn't that odd?
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Clark Rahman
a year ago
This gym would be extremely convenient for me, however I have unfortunately had a very bad interaction with the owner. 1.) During my trial period, my key card did not work. 2.) I wanted to know hours over the xmas holiday. I called in and the owner was extremely snippy. I understand not wanting to be disturbed on xmas, however I expected a pre-recorded message indicating hours. If someone doesn't want to talk then they shouldn't pick up the phone. 3.) After I negatively reviewed the facility, I have had a slew of emails with the owner. I WANT to like this facility, however the owner has done nothing to productively address my issues. I'd happily pay and post good reviews if this gym provided a positive experience, but it has been a wet towel in working out.
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Skogstad Blattaria
a year ago
Disliked it. Why? Because they seem to not want customers. I stopped by at 2pm on a weekday to see the place, and to sign up, but they weren't staffed. I've not heard of a fitness center not having staffed standard business hours. They are only staffed 4-8pm, which is very inconvenient for me. Their website also lists these hours. I made adjustments to get there the next day after 4, but there was no one there (door is locked, and no bell or anything to ring to an office). Again, the sign in the door reads the hours of 4-8, with a phone number. I call it, it rings several times and goes to VM. I guess they're doing well enough that they don't have to offer basic customer service. Parking is also an issue, as there's only street parking. They are built into an apartment building, and they have parking, but it's a very small lot that was full both times I came in.
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Omar Kreger-Alansari
a month ago
The membership policy at this gym is as rigid as it is convoluted. At the time of enrollment, not a word is mentioned about policies that govern membership cancellation. I guess the gym management has this underlying expectation that it is the responsibility of the consumer to know what the policies are before enrollment. On that note, I never received a membership policy handbook. No time is wasted in the officiation of your membership, but when you want details, prepare yourself for a barrage of emails with the franchise owner. A good waste of time. For the sake of clarity, let me explain how the membership cancellation process works at this gym. Upon announcing intent of membership cancellation, you receive a form. The catch is you are supposed to submit the form before the 20th of each month, but that only initiates the cancellation process, it does not formally officiate it. Hence, more details you are not told at the time of membership enrollment. Provided if you submit the form before the 20th, a member must wait before the end of the month in addition to 30 extra days in order to finalize the membership cancellation process. Then again, it really depends on when you officially disclose the termination of your membership. So, in the end, you are required to bypass two membership cancellation loopholes in order to finalize and finish the whole process. Meanwhile, the gym gets away with charging you for two extra months after the initial submission of a membership cancellation form. Here is my first question, why make the whole cancellation process so rigid and convoluted when the only thing you need to do is click on a computer screen button to instantaneously terminate membership? It is true, no for-profit business wants to entertain a potential loss of business, but should that ruin your consumer’s experience if say circumstances change and they no longer require your services? As a prospective member, you should do the following: •Ask for all details of membership at the time of enrollment. •Make sure you understand the nature of your membership policy; this specifically concerns terms that govern membership cancellation. •Get the franchise owner to work with you within their own policy dominion. Remember, a prospective member should not hesitate to exercise their consumer rights. After all, this is not the only place in town and that should incentivize the franchise owner to compete for your business.
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Chinah Midtling
a year ago
I don't even know where to begin to describe my experience with Snap Fitness (3810 E 46th St. Minneapolis, MN). My boyfriend and I became members in November 2014 and enrolled with my health insurance to receive $20/month reimbursements. After the first month of not receiving my $20 reimbursement I reached out to the owner, Brian, and he told me he would look into it. The second month I still had not received my reimbursement and engaged in continuous communication to resolve the issue with Brian. I sent him many emails over the course of the following few months only for him to respond that he was working on it and hadn't heard back from my insurance company. I took the initiative to reach out to my insurance company and they let me know that reimbursements were in fact sent to the center. At this point I told Brian to put my account on hold and asked what I needed to do to do so. He said all I needed to do was to let him know. So I did just that and never received a response from him. Low and behold one month later my account gets charged. I emailed Brian yet again and he tells me I needed to come in and pay the $5 because he didn't have my payment information on account but failed to share this important detail with me. At that point, I asked him to cancel my account. I assumed this would cancel all accounts associated with my account (i.e. my boyfriend's account) considering it was a joint membership under one payment source but just received news I was charged for yet another monthly membership because I never cancelled that account. I experienced numerous charges for misleading and ambiguous information and because of the owner's lack of initiative in resolving customer issues I never received any reimbursements from my insurance company. I have NEVER been a more displeased customer and feel completely financially violated.
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Alexa Jones
a year ago
The staff/owner never gets back to you. Even though staff members were rude on several occasions AND the door was broken more than once, the lack of communication was ultimately why I left the gym for another one and why my partner will as well. Currently, he left two messages to update the card and has yet to hear back. This was a consistent problem when we were both members and the "office" hours were ridiculous, a couple here and there in the middle of the day, always inconsistent. It made us both miss the NE Snap where someone was almost always available, or they quickly got back to us, and the staff was SO friendly and helpful. (Incidentally, on of our first sessions there, one of the staff members bad mouthed the NE location. How ironic.)
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Nora Lund
2 years ago
This Snap Fitness is a great place to get a solid work out. It's location is great, but it is really difficult to take a left out of the parking lot during rush hour. Overall the equipment is always clean and the staff on site are friendly. Great people - great place!


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