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Current Study.com coupon codes? - pws - 05-15-2019

Other than the 20% referral discount, are there any Study.com coupons as of now?


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - bjcheung77 - 05-15-2019

That's the only referral coupon available, the others available are on the Yahoo groups, which is 30% multiple months. You still need to join the group to get the coupon available. Essentially, I think you need to start a new account to get any type of coupon added to Study.com


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - Merlin - 05-15-2019

(05-15-2019, 01:20 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: That's the only referral coupon available, the others available are on the Yahoo groups, which is 30% multiple months.  You still need to join the group to get the coupon available.  Essentially, I think you need to start a new account to get any type of coupon added to Study.com

I'm pretty sure the discount from the Yahoo group is deeper than that (it seemed closer to 50%) and can be used on existing accounts, but it requires signing up for an annual plan (which, as others have discovered, cannot be paused mid-subscription). Unless you know you'll use the SDC account for that long, it isn't really worthwhile though.


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - pws - 05-15-2019

Ah, okay then. Thanks.


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - bjcheung77 - 05-15-2019

Your best option is, if you're going to take a month or two, just go with a new account to get 20% off the first month. If you join the Yahoo group, ClepPrep, it's an Annual membership for their Study.com College Accelerator and it's only 30% discount for new accounts paid in full at sign up.

Here's a snippet of their email when I joined.

ClepPrep has partnered with Study.com to offer our members a 30% off discount code for their Accelerator ANNUAL memberships, to be paid in full at the time of sign up.


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - Merlin - 05-16-2019

(05-15-2019, 06:10 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Your best option is, if you're going to take a month or two, just go with a new account to get 20% off the first month.  If you join the Yahoo group, ClepPrep, it's an Annual membership for their Study.com College Accelerator and it's only 30% discount for new accounts paid in full at sign up.

Here's a snippet of their email when I joined.

ClepPrep has partnered with Study.com to offer our members a 30% off discount code for their Accelerator ANNUAL memberships, to be paid in full at the time of sign up.

I think we're talking about different discount plans. According to this thread from back in March, the ClepForHomeschool Yahoo group annual plan was $983.99 ($81.99/mo) vs $2,388/yr @ $199/mo. That is significantly more than a 30% discount... in fact, it's nearly 60% off. I have no idea if that is still the current discount or not (looking back at the thread I get the impression that it was a limited time offer), but it seemed pretty decent at the time. I never used this one personally since I was already done with my degree by this time, but I used the Homeschool Buyers Co-Op discount instead.

Personally, I don't think an annual SDC plan at 30% off makes sense to folks on this forum. Most people wouldn't use it long enough to get their money's worth, but at 60% off it makes a bit more sense since it breaks even if you use it for at least 5 months and it gains value if you use it longer than that. 30% off makes plenty of sense for a homeschooling program though since you can use it year-round.

The old Homeschool Buyers Co-Op discount was also 30% off, but it was for a 3-month plan, which is what I ended up using back before it went away. I ended up using it for exactly 3-months so it worked out perfectly for me.


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - pws - 05-16-2019

(05-16-2019, 02:34 AM)Merlin Wrote: The old Homeschool Buyers Co-Op discount was also 30% off, but it was for a 3-month plan, which is what I ended up using back before it went away. I ended up using it for exactly 3-months so it worked out perfectly for me.

The 30% off for 3 months is available anymore, correct?


RE: Current Study.com coupon codes? - Merlin - 05-16-2019

(05-16-2019, 10:34 AM)pws Wrote:
(05-16-2019, 02:34 AM)Merlin Wrote: The old Homeschool Buyers Co-Op discount was also 30% off, but it was for a 3-month plan, which is what I ended up using back before it went away. I ended up using it for exactly 3-months so it worked out perfectly for me.

The 30% off for 3 months is available anymore, correct?

No, that promotion ended last summer as far as I know.