American Express: Free One/Two Month Trials To Obé Fitness

Update 2/23/20: Extended until 03/31/2021.

The Offer

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  • American Express is offering cardholders a free two month trial to obé fitness monthly membership. You can also gift a one month membership to a friend.

The Fine Print

  • As a US American Express Card Member, you are eligible to redeem a 2-month free trial to obé fitness monthly membership.
  • This offer is eligible to all US American Express Card Members and for a limited-time only, ending 8/16/2020.
  • Trials are only available to new obé fitness subscribers and only for the monthly membership.
  • You will be charged the full monthly amount of $27 after your first 2-months and charges will continue monthly unless cancelled.
  • Please cancel your membership by signing in at www.obefitness.com and navigating to your subscription settings.
  • You can cancel anytime during the first 2-month free trial with no charge.
  • Card Members must cancel the automatic renewal before the due date of their first payment as well as subsequent monthly payments to avoid being charged.
  • To redeem the 2-month free trial, US American Express Card Members must click through this webpage and complete the purchase journey within the obé fitness website.
  • If you leave or close this webpage and return later, this offer may no longer be available.
  • Purchases are subject to obé’s Terms and Conditions, available at: www.obefitness.com/terms-of-service. Please visit www.obefitness.com for contact information and/or any additional questions or concerns.
  • Offers void where prohibited by law. Other restrictions may apply. Offers, prices, rules, and benefits subject to change without notice.

Our Verdict

Previously T-Mobile users were offered a one month free trial, so I don’t think these are particularly rare. Although for cardholders you obviously get two months. Just remember to cancel as you are enrolled automatically and will be charged $27 per month if you forget to cancel. American Express is also offering a free year of ‘Calm’ sleep and meditation app. And earlier today brought back the shop small promotion.

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  • Update 11/2/20: Extended until November 30th.

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Sam
Sam

If you wait until the end of your trial to cancel, they will offer you another two months for $5/month. I was prepared to pay for it so this was a nice surprise.

veeRob

Extended until October 31st.

veeRob

Extended again until November 30th.

William Charles

DWhite
DWhite

Extended further. The link has not changed:
“This offer is eligible to all US American Express Card Members and for a limited-time only, ending 03/31/2021.”

William Charles

Luke Bornheimer

While canceling my subscription — which you can do right after signing up and keep the service for the first two months — noticed the code used for the 2-month free trial (AMEX2MONTH). May be helpful for anyone looking to signup without an Amex Platinum.

Max
Max

This is nice – I’ve been wanting to try Obe. I follow some of the instructors (like Amanda Kloots whose husband is still in the icu from covid) and their classes look fun. Maybe Amex feels guilty about the weight members gained from all the wine offers.

ieatdogfood
ieatdogfood

If they only drank wine and didn’t eat, they would lose weight.

CongestionCharge
CongestionCharge

You sell dog food?

Lou
Lou

I lost 15 pounds when I switched to steamed food. I am not advertising any product. I just bought a cheap steam pot and ate steamed vegetables, fish and chicken. The food actually tasted better and it is cheaper to cook without oil. I didn’t use any stupid app, nor did I have to deal with terms-of-service or renewal fees. I also went for a walk everyday. Life is as easy as you make it.

Hari
Hari

Fitness isn’t just losing weight. I do agree steamed food is a lot healthier choice over fried/junk food.

NomadicWays
NomadicWays

Amen to that. Congratulations! Those are some solid numbers towards your journey. Thanks for sharing with us all, and I agree that little lifestyle changes have the biggest impact. One has to just stick it out and be consistent which is what you were able to do. Kudos!

SF
SF

Same, I started walking everyday deliberately after the lockdowns started and feel like I am losing weight, from that and also eating out less / cooking more.

Kafka
Kafka

This sort of class isn’t really weight loss oriented. This would be better for someone trying to build stability, balance, and coordination. Think catching yourself when you trip, or re-balancing a load when one thing you’re carrying falls off.
If you’re getting up to the level of walking every day, it’d probably be a good compliment, even if only for 60 days.

Lou
Lou

No, the app is a waste of time. I actually have no desire to sit on my floor and stick my backside up in the air like that photoshopped brunette. Maybe you do. Amex is just peddling imagery.

Kafka
Kafka

That’s ok: not everyone has an interest in stability, just like not everyone has an interest in strength, endurance, or weight loss. That doesn’t mean it’s a waste of time, just that it’s not your preference.

Josha
Josha

I have 12 Amex cards rn. I can sign up for 2 years of free fitness classes. Perfect!