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Body-conscious sun worshippers are already making plans to hit the beach this summer, but Weight Watchers seems to understand that there still might be more work to do before vacationers are ready to show a little skin.

Registration fees are being waived for anyone who joins Weight Watchers by May 29 as long as they sign on to a membership that includes either in-person meetings or certain online plans, notes WalletPop.

WeightWatchers, along with American Idol star Jennifer Hudson, is promoting a new deal in which a $29.95 sign-up fee is waived when you pay for a three-month savings plan. Each month costs $17.95, according to WeightWatchers.  For meetings that include weigh-ins, the registration fee may be waived at certain locations, but monthly fees can vary depending on where you live.

If you’re not sure that Weight Watchers is the right diet plan for you, you can go to a free meeting or try the online plan free for a week and then decide, WalletPop says.

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