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5 ways to save money and get more out of Toronto

Want to save money but work out, drink craft beer and see concerts all across Toronto? For either a monthly or one-time flat fee, you can revel in the opportunity to explore and discover new parts of the city all the while enjoying a unique experience.

Here are 5 ways to save money while getting more out of Toronto.

Passport to Prana
After paying a one-time fee of $30, you're entitled to one free yoga class at all participating studios. With over 40 options in Toronto and more than 50 throughout the GTA and Southern Ontario, you'll find your prana - the Sanskrit word for life force - in no time.

Jukely
If you already see a ton of live music, consider paying $25 per month for a subscription to Jukely. The unlimited service enables you to attend one show per day at small and mid-sized venues and offers a diverse range of bands and artists to choose from.

ClassPass
For $99 a month, you can try group fitness classes at various gyms around the city and across the GTA: it's like a commitment-free gym membership! With this pass, you can visit the same studio up to three times per month.

Craft Beer Passport
Take a tour of Toronto with Ontario craft beer as your guide. Each passport costs $20 and gives you access to 12 oz. beers for $2 at select bars across the city. But don't worry, you can always upgrade to a full pint for $3.50.

Fitset
This start-up launched as TryFit and has since rebranded. Now, it offers services similar in scale and price-point to ClassPlass. Unlike its American counterpart however, Fitset is Canadian-based and offers access to fitness classes in cities across the country.

Do you know of more ways to save money but get more out of the city? Add your suggestions to the comments. Photo by Matt Forsythe.


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