How much does it cost to open a 30 Minute Hit?


Low start-up costs make opening your own 30 Minute Hit closer than you think!

The startup investment for a 30 Minute Hit® Franchise is estimated between $87,000 and $131,000. Once we receive your Request for More Information on opening your own 30 Minute Hit, we will be happy to send you a much more detailed and complete breakdown of the specific costs involved. But for now here are a few examples of some cost estimates in specific areas**.

Type of Initial Expenditure Amount
Total Estimated Initial Investment $87,000 to $131,000
Franchise Licensing Fee $25,000
H.I.T.S. Equipment Package Fee $15,000
Training Certification Fee $10,000
Location Buildout $5,000 to $15,000
2-3 Months Rent $4,500 to $15,000
Retail Stock Supplies $3,500 to $5,000
Lease Security Deposits $3,000 to $5,000
Miscellaneous* Set Up Items $11,000 to $26,000
Additional Operating Funds $10,000 to $15,000

* Miscellaneous items include but are not limited to, Shipping charges, Signage, Computer Systems, Advertising costs, Legal & Professional Fees, Insurance and Permits.

** The above costs are general estimates only and may vary in amounts or form, from specific costs outlined in Disclosure Documents supplied to potential franchisees.

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What about financing? 30 Minute Hit recommends BoeFly to USA Franchise applicants and BDC to Canadian Applicants to help you see if financing is the right option for you.


Deanna and BOB
More than a decade ago co-founders Deanna and Jackson Loychuk recognized the need for something different in the women's only fitness market. Fast forward ten years and more than 40 franchise locations later, it would be safe to say that they were on the right track. (Read More)
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