I used to pay for a gym membership a number of years back now. When I took it out I thought it seemed like too much of a good deal to miss out on. The place I paid for gave me access to the gym of course but buying the membership also gave you access to both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, sauna, tennis, squash and badminton courts, a dance studio and discounts for various other places within the same building as well including a bar, cafe and meeting rooms, all free included with the price of the gym membership. I paid it at the time because I thought it was Handy to have all of those things in the same place, but then when I analyzed what I was spending for what I actually used I decided that it wasn't really worth it. I used to occasionally use the gym, but mostly used the indoor swimming pool a couple of times a week and squash courts every weekend or so. I have a friend that has an indoor swimming pool anyway, and to hire the local hall (which could be used as a sports court generally with a few modifications to the room) for just £5 for 2 hours. I realised that what I was paying for the gym membership probably wasn't worth it, regardless of getting a lot of added extras, because I simply didn't use most of the extras. Would you think it worthwhile to continue with all the added extras, or would you have cancelled it like I did and make use of other facilities elsewhere?