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PayasUgym has secured a partnership with Tesco which could see the online company provide gym passes up to 16 million Clubcard customers.

The deal will allow Clubcard customers to use their Clubcard points to purchase gym passes for health clubs and leisure centres across the UK.

Every £5 worth of Clubcard points will give card owners £15 worth of gym credits which they can then spend on day passes and short term memberships at any of the health clubs listed on the payasUgym.com website.

First launched in February 2011, PayasUgym is the brainchild of entrepreneurs Neil Harmsworth and Jamie Ward.

The online gym network utilises smartphone technology for customers to locate a gym, book a session and pay per each visit without membership fees.

More than 600 gyms and health clubs of all sizes are currently signed up with the service.

For more details on the Tesco deal, click here.

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PayasUgym has secured a partnership with Tesco which will see the online company provide gym passes to over 16 million Clubcard customers.
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