Royal Oak Racquets Club
$55 for a 3 Month Squash or Tennis Membership from Royal Oak Racquets Club (value $110)
- Fine Print
- Experienced player? Never tried but keen to try? This hard-hitting treat is for you
- Just $55 to enjoy 3 months of squash or tennis, just choose which one when you contact the club.
- Membership includes use of the gym and swimming pool, with 24/7 access to the club.
- Club features fully functional bar with Sky TV open from 5.30pm weekdays, plus Papi’s Kitchen open weekdays from 4pm - 9:30pm serving coffee, snacks and meals.
The Fine Print
Membership must be activated before Feb 28, 2013.
You will need to email the club your full name, address, home/mobile number, email address and your choice of the squash or tennis membership before membership cards are issued.
Membership cards will be posted out as soon as possible to the address provided.
Club rules and regulations must be followed at all times.
Courts will not be available at all times, to check availability the club manager will need to be contacted.
Racquet/equipment hire not included.
Additional costs are involved if members are wanting to play interclub.
No refunds, no exchanges, no cash back.
Not to be used with other offers.
If you really need convincing...
Maybe you're a budding Federer, or you're just learning that racquets aren't only for walking in the snow (who knew!), this treat will get you serving up a storm in no time.
Following on from their smashing debut, the racqueteers at Royal Oak Racquets Club are back with a great treat to kick off the new year, offering three months of squash or tennis for just $55. Your three month membership also gets you access to the gym and swimming pool, plus the bar and cafe so you can enjoy a well-earned brew or snack after your game.
Whether you're a seasonal player at tennis or squash, or just a beginner, the Royal Oak Racquets Club is the place to go. They've got five courts each for tennis and squash and a variety of teams for all ages and experience levels.
The racquets club was founded in 1904 initially as a tennis club, before transforming itself into a facility for both squash and tennis in 1964, making Royal Oak Racquets Club one of the oldest and most successful clubs in Auckland.
What have you got to lose? Squash your reservations and get fit this summer with a treat that will leave you feeling like this time your New Years resolution might actually get started.