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The site found gym memberships cost as little as in Boise, Idaho, but as much as 0 per month in New York City. January tends to be the best time of the year to score on gym memberships and lock in a low rate for the rest of the year, as gyms try to lure in customers looking to get into shape for the New Year.
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