I would have to agree with the first post. I have worked at a tanning salon and am knowledgeable. The prices are good here, but the beds are not worth it. Period. I tanned here for a very long time and to get some color took forever. It is true that for the lamps- which really are long bulbs- cannot always be brand new, but how long they are used DOES make a difference. A bulb that has not reached is half-life will produce the best tan. That means that the bulb could be turned on until it dies out, but after the first half of that amount of time, the bulb is not strong enough to actually tan the body well. If a tanning salon replaces it's bulbs two or three times a year, the bulbs are very good. From experience tanning here, the bulbs are NOT changed regularly enough, and often times the lamps are not strong enough to even be worth the money, even though it seems like a deal. I have also tanned here when the manager's children were running around and everybody was screaming. Another time I heard the manager on the phone badmouthing on of her employees who couldn't come to work because she was in the hospital. Also, the employees would always be talking on the phone and trying to squeeze my business into their important conversations. It all seemed very unprofessional to me... but the store is clean.
Pros: Clean, Less expensive
Cons: Weak bulbs, manager is not great.