A flexible way to help California and Tennessee employees meet their fitness goals

One Pass™ is helping fully insured California and Tennessee employees meet their fitness goals with greater payment flexibility and facility access.

November 22, 2021

One Pass is designed to help employees in California and Tennessee meet their fitness goals by offering greater flexibility of payment and the number of accessible gyms and fitness centers — all at no additional cost to employers as part of the UnitedHealthcare plan.

Available for employees to sign up starting Jan. 1, 2022, One Pass is a single program that allows them to purchase a membership or classes to more than 11,000 gyms and fitness studios. Employees may choose from 4 membership tiers based on their price and gym/fitness facility preferences.

With $117 billion spent annually on health care costs associated with inadequate physical activity,1 One Pass is a flexible service to help employees lead more active and healthier lifestyles.

One Pass features:

  • A selection from more than 11,000 gym and fitness studio options nationwide
  • Multi-location access enables employees to use different locations in the same month
  • Facility options including large national gyms, independent fitness centers and boutique studios
  • Membership tiers ranging from $25 to $139 per month
  • Unlimited employee access to fitness locations every month
  • The ability to change membership tiers monthly, if desired

To learn more about One Pass in California and Tennessee, please contact your broker or UnitedHealthcare representative.


  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About Physical Activity: Why It Matters. Accessed May 2021.


One Pass is a voluntary program. The information provided under this program is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be nor should be construed as medical advice. Individuals should consult an appropriate health care professional before beginning any exercise program and/or to determine what may be right for them. Purchasing discounted gym and fitness studio memberships may have tax implications. Employers and individuals should consult an appropriate tax professional to determine if they have any tax obligations with respect to the purchase of these discounted memberships under this program.

Insurance coverage provided by or through UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company or its affiliates.