ClassPass allows customers to buy a package of credits to use on a wide variety of fitness classes in their area. A variety of monthly packages and subscriptions allow customers to buy a certain amount of credits, which are translated into the classes. Each type of class can be a different number of credits. In the Boston area, a 45min boxing session near the Seaport Title studio is four credits, while a Barry’s Bootcamp session can be 12 credits, and even more if a late sign up. This way, ClassPass can make money from securing spots at popular fitness classes while users can not only control their workout schedule from one site, but also include a variety of exercises, from yoga and barre to spinning and ballet. Headquartered in New York City, ClassPass started in 2013 and now caters to an international community of thousands including customers in Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.