Well, this is on a matter of opinion and experience. For instance, at the Oxford Ice Rink. If you're taking both group lessons and private lessons, it is quite expensive. With a private lesson each week at £15 and a group lesson each week at £5. In a year, for Ice Skating, you'll end up spending (avg) £1,040. Some may find this is expensive, some may not.
I am 12 and skate competitively!
My lessons cost - $105 an hour
My costumes for competition/show case - $200
Ice Time - $15 per hour
Skates - $150... but i have custom skates... $1,500 (including pattern 99 blades)
There is much more including practice wear, strength and conditioning, cost of competition, etc. but these are just basics!
I am competitive so i have 5 lessons a week - $525, Compete 4 times a year (but reuse the costume until i grow out of it) - $400, Skate 2 hours 5 days a week - $150, And get new skates until i grow out (maybe once every 2 years) - $150
So as you can see figure skating is a very expensive sport if you want to be competitive but its worth it! Because once you step on the ice you feel free
It can be Very expensive if you choose to go compeitive. If you just want to go for fun on a weekend it will be about $3 for skate rental and $3-10 for a public session. If you choose to compete you will need to buy skates that could cost about $100 then group lessons about $100 every 6 weeks then extra ice time about $10 a session then private coaching. And outfits for practice are about $60 and tights about $20. It is one of the most expensive sports b/c after you pass the bridge programs it is all private lessons or special group lessons it is a ver very very big commitment!
Depends on where it is and how much they charge.
it depends on the person you work with or the company i guess
recreational (yearly) $100 to $1000 depending on what you do
competition (yearly) $2000-$15000 depending on what you do
It cost alot because they teach you everything spins and jumps.I want to sign up and it cost 135 dollars.
Well, it depends on where you're going. It'll cost around 5 to 10 dollars.
I think ice skating
Ice skating, or if you do competitive skating it is called figure skating.
Ice skating, Because everybody has gone to the cinema. But a phew have gone Ice skating :)
in line ice skating is where you skate in a line
Figure skating is a type of ice skating. It's like asking "Is a Ferrari more popular than a car?" A Ferrari is a type of car. Ice skating includes figure skating, speed skating, ice dancing, ice hockey, any type of activity where you move across the ice on skates. So, ice skating would have more participants because it includes more activities than just figure skating.