No offense, but the name of the contract should be a dead give away.I would assume that a 2 year agreement is exactly that.
It's a 2 year agreement. I would think that a "buy out" clause would be an exception and not the rule. If you sign an agreement, at least, take the time to read what you signed. They all give you 3 days to change your mind.
That should be plenty of time.
They also offer a 2 week trial. Do that first and make sure it's a location you will use and fits your needs. After that, it's on you.
Most people have great intentions but after a few weeks, let life get in the way of exercising.
They signed a longer commitment to get a discounted price and then when they don't stick with it, they want out.
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