How does the Gympass Plan Downgrade Work?

When you choose to downgrade your Gympass plan you are switching to a lower value plan available. When you make this change, you will pay a lower price and your options for gyms, studios, and partner apps will decrease as well. However, you can still continue using the services that Gympass offers.

For example: You subscribed to the Gold plan and would like to downgrade to the Silver plan. To do this, just log in to your account and change your plan. You can find more information on how to change your plan here.

It’s important to note that unlike the plan upgrade, the downgrade is not actioned immediately, and the change will take place in your next billing cycle.
This is how it works: Let's say your plan renews on the 1st day of each month and you requested the downgrade on the 15th. The change will take effect on the 1st of the following month. But rest assured, while you are waiting for the change to take place, you can use all the services offered within your current plan.

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When you choose to downgrade your Gympass plan you are switching to a lower value plan available. When you make this change, you will pay a lower price and your options for gyms, studios, and partner apps will decrease as well. However, you can still continue using the services that Gympass offers.

For example: You subscribed to the Gold plan and would like to downgrade to the Silver plan. To do this, just log in to your account and change your plan. You can find more information on how to change your plan here.

It’s important to note that unlike the plan upgrade, the downgrade is not actioned immediately, and the change will take place in your next billing cycle.
This is how it works: Let's say your plan renews on the 1st day of each month and you requested the downgrade on the 15th. The change will take effect on the 1st of the following month. But rest assured, while you are waiting for the change to take place, you can use all the services offered within your current plan.

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