11 January 2023

TSB partners with Hussle to offer a third off gym memberships

TSB has partnered with gym marketplace Hussle to offer discounted monthly gym memberships to customers this January.
 
The offer is the latest discount to be offered through TSB’s Marketplace, just in time for the New Year gym and fitness spike.
 
Hussle is a gym marketplace, offering unlimited access to 1000s of venues for gyms, spas, swimming pools and online classes, without a contract. Facilities are widely available across the UK, with Hussle currently offering 96 percent post code coverage.
 
TSB customers will be able to access facilities with a third off (33% discount) on monthly memberships - a best in banking offer. With passes starting at £20, savings will average £14.85 per month.
 
Sky & Netflix offer
In addition, TSB has extended its offer to customers who can get Sky’s home entertainment package from £22 per month for 18 months when signing up as a new customer. The package gives access to 300+ channels on Sky TV and Netflix.

The offer is easily accessed through TSB Marketplace in TSB’s Mobile Banking App and is available until the end of March.
 
Aruna Bhalla, Head of Partnerships & Open Banking at TSB said:
 
“The launch of our partnership with Hussle is just the latest benefit that TSB customers can access, and the perfect boost for those wanting to get fit in the New Year.”
 
Lawrence King, Director of Partnerships, Hussle:
 
“We know that a new year is prime time for people wanting to make big changes to their lifestyle and to get fit.
 
“We are delighted to partner with TSB to help spread our vision of helping more people reach their fitness goals throughout 2023."
 

Notes to editors

  • Hussle is a marketplace which pays the gym operators
  • c.1800 gyms, pools and spas are available on the platform
  • Almost 1 million users are currently registered
  • The Monthly+ pass allows customers to access multiple gyms with one monthly subscription
  • Prices range from £25-£100+ per month, with the average customer spending £50 per month
 
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