My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Illinois
Several months ago I signed a one-year contract for a martial arts gym. I work from 5 pm to midnight, 6 days per week, so I chose the gym which had morning classes - specifically a Jiu Jujitsu class. A few weeks into the membership they canceled the morning Jiu Jujitsu class. This was very disappointing, but I could still take the mixed martial arts class 3 mornings per week. Now as of this week I get a notice that they are canceling 2 of the 3 morning classes.
I was very happy with the gym when I first signed up, and with the schedule that they provided me when I signed the contract. Before, I was able to go to 4 classes per week. They have canceled 3 of those, while I am still paying the same price. I realize that I am welcome to the night classes, but I specifically chose this gym and signed the contract because of those morning classes.
I am pre-paid for 2 more months, then will be going month-to-month for the following 5 months. However, I was wondering if them changing the schedule is enough reason to be able to cancel the contract?
Thank you for any help.