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Drops Language lifetime Subscription for $35.26

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Member
Mar 14, 2007
202 posts
368 upvotes
Toronto

Drops Language lifetime Subscription for $35.26

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Price:
44.08
Savings:
50%
Expiry:
December 5, 2022
Retailer:
languagedrops.com
1. Go to https://languagedrops.com/cyber-week-premium
2. Select "Lifetime 60%"
3. Enter Country and post code.
4. Click on "Add Coupon", and use SARAH50 to get an additional 50% off.

Total is $44.08 CAD

Edit: Thanks to chriscabob, use coupon code Dropsteachers to get 60% off which comes in $35.26
Last edited by nual on Nov 30th, 2022 12:10 pm, edited 4 times in total.
Thread Summary
Use dropsteachers for 60%

Add a random qst # to save on tax also.
1216646157TQ0001
@chriscabob :)

Should end up around $31.xx
49 replies
Deal Addict
Apr 9, 2010
2454 posts
2746 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks! I'll try it out, 5 million downloads on the Google Play store probably means they're doing something right.
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Dec 25, 2015
72 posts
54 upvotes
Markham, ON
Amazing price. Love this app as it makes learning fun and easy but always thought the lifetime subscription was too much. Finally pulled the trigger. Thanks!
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Oct 13, 2009
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Ottawa
Dropsteachers for 60%

$35.26cdn for lifetime

Edit:

Add a random qst # to save on tax bringing down to $31.xx I used shopperpluses qst number lol 1216646157TQ0001
Last edited by chriscabob on Nov 30th, 2022 10:20 am, edited 3 times in total.
Deal Addict
Apr 9, 2010
2454 posts
2746 upvotes
Toronto
chriscabob wrote: Dropsteachers for 60%

$35.26cdn for lifetime
Too bad I already purchased, but this is even better! I'll see if anyone else I know is interested. =)
Member
Sep 29, 2022
211 posts
141 upvotes
Hmm... was looking for a new way to study Japanese after Duolingo got attacked by ads....

Currently just been following along to YouTube videos by japanesepod101
Newbie
Nov 27, 2010
51 posts
64 upvotes
Toronto
Price looks good. Has anyone tried it and can vouch the way it is structured makes it easy to learn and is accurate on what it is teaching you? Would it be OK to install on multiple devices?
Newbie
Jun 23, 2019
83 posts
60 upvotes
Calgary, AB
While I do use drops, I find it's only really good for learning vocab. Duolingo is another app that is similar that is also pretty popular, again good for learning vocab. I find Memrise to be better for learning phrases and listening to locals speak the phrases. All in all, I use all three daily since I've got streaks going in all three apps. If I ever lose my streak, I might drop one of them.
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Mar 21, 2010
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Are these on par or better than Rosetta Stone?

I tried Rosetta on the desktop 5 years ago and found it pretty decent. I gave up out of laziness but would love to try again.
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Jun 15, 2019
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MichaelW37467 wrote: While I do use drops, I find it's only really good for learning vocab. Duolingo is another app that is similar that is also pretty popular, again good for learning vocab. I find Memrise to be better for learning phrases and listening to locals speak the phrases. All in all, I use all three daily since I've got streaks going in all three apps. If I ever lose my streak, I might drop one of them.

Is this on App Store?
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Jan 13, 2018
264 posts
486 upvotes
Brilliant app. I have a lifetime subscription for 4 people in the family, including myself. I call it an investment in our collective familial polyglotism. Upvoted - OP, please credit slickdeals unless you stumbled upon this yourself.
Newbie
Jun 22, 2022
36 posts
32 upvotes
Reception seems varied depending on the language. Anyone have experience with how it is for French (especially v. Duolingo)?
Member
Dec 23, 2008
223 posts
232 upvotes
Montreal
Now this is an investment you should get behind!

Thanks OP, I’m now 10 minutes into learning Spanish lol

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Feb 2, 2011
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Was wondering what I was going to do since my yearly Duolingo pass was expiring and I didn't want to pay full price.
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Apr 27, 2017
222 posts
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I think I saw but missed an opportunity to get this price lower. I downloaded the app, logged in, tried a 5 minute trial and for $35 it seemed alright. But I couldn't find a way to do the lifetime purchase in app so I did it in the web browser. When I came back, there was a "limited time offer" on load in for ~$77 lifetime license that could potentially bring this amount down even further but it was too late.
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Apr 13, 2007
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It was $21 last year after buy one get one free
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Aug 22, 2022
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RearmedLif wrote: Hmm... was looking for a new way to study Japanese after Duolingo got attacked by ads....

Currently just been following along to YouTube videos by japanesepod101
Give JA Sensei a try - they're way better than duo lingo or japanesepod101 lessons. They have a free version but I think they have a super cheap lifetime that's discounted. I used for years now.

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