You really need to check out any other local bootcamp offerings & see what they are charging & see if their classes are full. Your demographics will play the biggest role. I am in a small town of about 10,000 & we offered a bootcamp over a year ago that met 2 days per week in the morning at 9am (after the kids were to be at school) & we only charged $44/month.
Check out other boot camps in your area and see what they are charging.
Depending on whether or not they have more overhead than you and what you do that they don’t, you’ll get a good idea of a ball park figure to use when pricing your camp.
Also, consider the target of your boot camps and what your market research suggests would be a good price. When you run the camp the next time, you may want to give a slight price break to those who have attended before and/or those who register and an “early bird” rate.
Whatever you do, make it easy to understand or you’ll lose people because they’ll be confused!
I train Boot Camp in Sydney NSW, we charge 10 visits for $150 or first class is FREE if you bring a paying person for $20 (includes nutrition tips) Or flat fee for corporate companies $400/hour (then they organise the 30-40 members) ensure goal setting with result testers ie BP, weight measurements, Max HR etc.