Great Clips Prices


Great Clips is one of the top hair salon franchises in the US and Canada with a little over 3,100 salons. Its main location is in Edina, a region of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2010, it had sales over $846 million.

The original Great Clips salon opened its doors close to the University of Minnesota campus in 1982. The first franchised Great Clips salon opened in 1983, opening in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. The company grew from 151 franchised salons in 1988 to 3,100 by 2011.  Ray Barton is the part owner and CEO. Barton bought out Lemmon and Rubenzer in 1997.  Great Clips also started an Online Check-In in 2011, which is the first online check-in application offered by a salon, allowing clients to check wait times and put their name to the wait-list before they come.

Below are the latest Great Clips prices.

SERVICE
Price

Haircut

Haircut$14.00
Children–10 & under$12.00
Senior–65 & over$12.00

Style

Regular$20.00
Long$30.00
Formal$45.00

Perm

Partial$35.00
Regular$60.00
Long$75.00

Extras

Shampoo$4.00
Bang, Neck, or Beard Trim$5.00
Conditioning Treatment$13.00

For people whose daytime schedules are bursting with appointments, errands, meetings, workshops, presentations, and other time-consuming activities, the last thing they need is to have to wait in a long queue of customers at a salon. But there’s one salon that’s open even during evenings and weekends to boot. How cool is that? At Great Clips salons, you can come in at your most convenient time, take a seat, get a quality haircut, and be pleasantly surprised at how reasonable Great Clips prices are for the kind of service that they give.

Ultimate convenience is what Great Clips provides their customers. Where else can you get an online service, which lets you add your name to the queue list even without coming to the salon? Well-trained and properly equipped stylists attend to customers daily in over 3,300 Great Clips salons in Canada and the U.S. on a customized basis. How is that possible? Profiles of Great Clips customers provide the stylists the exact information as to the preferences of each and every customer, from the haircut style to the length of the sideburns, and at amazingly affordable Great Clips prices.

With adult haircuts at $14.00, haircuts for children age 10 and under at $12.00, and senior haircuts at $12.00, Great Clips prices are undeniably affordable. Prices for partial and regular perms are $35.00 and $60.00 respectively, while a perm for long hair is $75.00. Extras such as shampoo and hair conditioning treatment cost only $4.00 and $13.00, respectively. And would you believe that a bang, beard or neck trim costs only $5.00 at Great Clips? But affordability is not the only thing that makes Great Clips stand out among other salons. There’s also the Great Clips volunteerism effort to help build stronger communities in the locations where they operate in. Now isn’t that cool?

Great Clips_logo_blackFor more information about Great Clips, please visit their website here.  Also, to find the nearest Great Clips locations to you click here.

Make sure to check out our Great Clips Coupons page for the latest Coupons and Specials.


Great Clips Hours

Monday9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday10:00 am – 6:00 pm


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  4. I just went to Great Clips in Richfield, MN and HATED IT. I have been going there for years, since November 2008. One of the stylist went to High School with my daughters, but when they put my name and number in their computer, it wasnt there. 3 daughters, my son, my son in law and myself, LOST in there system. Which meant they didn’t have my haircut style on file. Urrrgggh… When I explained it to the stylist she seemed to understand, but her cutting style was different. After blowing partially, blowing it dry with her fingers, she asked if I liked the length, and I asked if she could blow it dry with a round brush, I just looked weird….she said, “well thats considered and style and would be $18 more… I was like?????? what about a regular brush, and she said “Sorry, great clips policy…” That’s just STUPID. it would have taken her all of 5 minutes, but I guess she wasn’t interested in doing the extra effort… Now I’m debating on ever going back. Its a good thing that I like Darla and Larissa…

    • Dear Roberta,

      I’m sorry to hear about your horrible experience with Great Clips. You can try contacting their headquarters by visiting this website: http://www.greatclips.com/about-us/contact-us. I’m pretty sure they might be able to help you out and even possibly reimburse you.

      Also, I recommend you try out Regis Hair Salon. According to our reviews, they seem like a great place. Also for your son and son in law, try taking them to Sport Clips. They are also highly recommended by our online reviews.

      Good Luck,

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    • This is so funny. Cheap people really think cosmetologist pay thousands of dollars to go to college and earn a license, pay even more for advanced training, and go to work all week just to do free services for cheap people. All salons charge for blow dries. It takes time, its an additional service from your CHEAP ($14.00 haircut). Go to a restaurant and order a meal, and say I’d like an iced tea with that. Guess what you have to pay for the iced tea, its not free either. You should be ashamed for expecting free services from anyone. If she had given you the free service that is theft of services by both of you.

      • So you ask me to review my experience, then you personally attack me by calling me cheap???? You think I go there fir the price? I am not nearly cheap as you think I am… I am a loyal customer to good customer service.. I pay and tip well for service rendered… not half ass crap. We all pay for our education, that dont mean I should make exceptions for shotty work and poor communications skills. You should bite your tongue before you open your mouth because you weren’t there…

        • Correct I was not there, I can only go by what you wrote in your review. You didn’t really complain about “half ass crap” or “shotty work”. You complained about “(on top of my $14 haircut) … I was like whaaaaaat?????? ” Your CHEAP and expecting someone to jeopardize their job for you is low and cheap.

          • Ha- Whatever, Excuses!!! That’s just so annonymous can justify poor customer service and poor communication skills. Call me low and Cheap… I’ll just take all my business elsewhere…
            Maybe Great Clips should advertise their services as cheap instead of affordable…. and if beauticians want to pay off there school loans sooner, they should work for the expensive , high end salons… hahaha …

          • Roberta you ARE cheep!! People want something for nothing all the time! The other girl is exactly right. You don’t go to a restaurant and order something extra and expect it for free. We HATE people like you that come in our shops. Why don’t you send your ugly self to a full service salon and pay their prices. Great clips isn’t full service!

          • my comment (truth) is very much for you and sick of cheap and all other trashy people who responed ugly to that lady

      • YES!!!! I agree wholeheartedly! Or better yet, for the cheapos … do your own hair! We HATE seeing you come in with your nagging complaints about nothing and forget about a tip even when we bend over backwards for you tightwads! Do us ALL a favor and just don’t come. Please & thanks!

    • Your obviously cheep! Go to any other full service salon and get a cut and style that cheep. Smh you people are unreal. The girl was doing her job dumb and dumber..

  5. It’s ridiculous to pay $11 for a haircut and $3 for a shampoo and then $15 for a blow dry/style = $29. I’ll take my business to Hair Cuttery where they include the shampoo, blow dry and cut for $24.

  6. I went on this site to schedule an appt. but after scrolling down and seeing this comments I wouldn’t go to any of these salons any where in the USA! I don’t care about the complaints, I would have made an appt. regardless of what other people thought of the service( I make up my own mind about the service I got n don’t care what others post about theirs ) but the ugly way you all responded to her personal thoughts on the service and price

  7. was just trashy!!!!!!
    cant believe that you would respond this way! you don’t like what you read ? be professional ! dahhhh! grow up! you girls that call yourselves pros , that need well paid just showed the world that your those dumb asses that got a votec license and thinks the world owes you, im calling you out ! STOP sticking your damn noses so high in the air ! cause you girls suck

  8. I worked as a stylist a high end salon and day spa. It was very nice. A shampoo, cut and style package ranged from $40-$90 depending on who your stylist was and how long she had been with the company. For example a senior stylist prices were: haircut $65, style $25=$90. You either pay a combination higher price or they break it down and charge you for EACH service. If you came in for a color service you would pay $65 and up for just that service. If you had your hair blown dry after the color was shampooed out then you were charged $25 for a style. Or you could choose a color package for $90. High end salons charhe separate for a style just like cheaper chain salons. They just hide them in “packages”. I now own my own salon and offer a package or a individual service as well. Time is money. If I spend more time I charge more. Thats the way the world in general works. For example, You wouldn’t have a painter come to your house and tell him you’d like your living room walls painted blue with white moldings and then tell him your only going to paint the walls and you think he should paint the moldings for free. A haircut is the same way. I can cut your hair you can leave it it wet if you don’t want to pay me to spend time blow drying it. Just like you can pay that painter to paint only the walls and paint the moldings yourself. No one works for free. The girls that work in places that charge $14 for a haircut only make minimum wage plus tips. So be nice to them, tip them well, pay for a blow dry if you want it, or say no thank you if you don’t want to pay the charge instead of making them feel like dirt for charging for their time. Or go to a high end salon and pay way more for a package because the salon has higher overhead for the nice atmosphere and they send their stylist for all kinds of advanced training.
    As for the US cosmetologist sticking our noses in the air comment I read: We don’t stick our noses in the air. We hold our heads high because we have accomplished something in our lives. We love our career, our clients and we are proud of our work. We know our worth. Im going to reasonably charge you for EVERY service i provide. We provide a wonderful service. We enhance your beauty, we listen to your troubles and we tell you how beautiful you are. So you’re dang Skippy I’m going to walk around with my head held high. If you had taken the long journey I’ve had to get where I am then you would too!!! COSMO LOVE TO ALL THE WONDETFUL HAIRDRESSERS OUT THERE WHETHER YOU MAKE $7.25 AN HOUR IN A CHAIN SALON OR CHARGE $200 FOR A HAIR SCULPTING PACKAGE!!!

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