MassageLuXe Startup Costs

Opening a massage business is a great opportunity to generate consistent revenue in a growing industry. How much does it cost to open a MassageLuXe franchise? The initial franchise fee is $42,500. The cost to open a massage business depends on a variety of factors, including spa equipment and supplies, leasehold improvements, and insurance. Find out how much it costs to open a massage franchise here.

How Much Does it Cost to Open a Massage Business?

The estimated initial cost to open a massage business varies from $449,900 to $564,500. If you’re wondering how much it costs to open a massage business, below is a breakdown of the initial fees associated with opening a MassageLuXe spa franchise.

Name of FeeLowHigh
Initial franchise fee$42,500 $42,500
Leasehold improvements$212,000$269,000
Signs$8,000$13,200
Spa equipment and supplies$41,500$46,800
Fixtures$33,400$36,300
Furniture and décor$15,200$17,400
Initial pre-opening inventory$9,000$9,000
Start-up marketing$7,500$10,000
Insurance$8,000$12,000
Pre-paid rent and lease deposits$6,000$8,000
Professional fees$8,000$10,000
Training expenses$3,000$5,000
Licenses/bonds$100 $1,000
Computer hardware and software$15,400$16,400
Security systems$1,500$1,500
Phone and music systems$1,800$2,200
Office supplies and other misc expenses$6,000$6,200
Shipping$6,000$8,000
Additional funds – 3 months$25,000$50,000
Estimated Total$449,900$564,500

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For more information please contact Sean Rentchler by phone at 636-680-9014 or email srentchler@massageluxe.com.

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