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[YMMV] Lose it! - $22 CDN for one year, or $68 for Lifetime

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[OP]
Jr. Member
May 20, 2008
113 posts
163 upvotes

[YMMV] Lose it! - $22 CDN for one year, or $68 for Lifetime

Deal Link:
Price:
22
Savings:
60-70% off
Expiry:
January 7, 2023
Retailer:
Loseit!
Got an email from Loseit! today, deal expires Jan 3, where you can get a yearly premium membership for $15.99 USD. Additionally, they are also having a 70% off sale for their lifetime membership once you are a premium user. All in after converting to CDN it comes to $$68-90 CDN for life, or until the company goes defunct. Considering MyFitnessPal is $80-$120 CDN per year, this seems like a great price, and is one of the lowest I have seen.

Step 1: Buy premium yearly membership
The original link is a unique, so results may vary. This process did work for a friend, so I hope it works for everyone. Price is $15.99 USD (~$22 CDN)
https://my.loseit.com/login?r=https%3A% ... mium%2Fbuy

It will ask for you zip code in order to purchase, but it accepts postal codes.


Alternative: Buy Lifetime Membership for $49.99 USD
Thanks to @ODoyleRulz you can get the Lifetime Membership for what I believe is the lowest price ever.

1. Create free account
2. Start Premium trial (credit card required but no charge)
3. Cancel trial
4. Visit https://help.loseit.com/hc/en-us/requests/new You'll get the offer there. Click on it.
5. This takes you to the following link https://www.loseit.com/premium/lifetime/ for final offer
6. Enter credit card info again and your all set! $67.91 CDN charged to my card.


If this option does not work, you can try getting the lifetime offer by buying the yearly option first, then trying to get the Lifetime option. It will cost $22CDN more, but still a deal just not quite as good.

Alternative Steps for Lifetime Membership, slightly more expensive option.

Once you have purchased one year membership for $15.99 USD (~ $22CDN), you will then be eligible to upgrade to a lifetime membership for $49.99 USD (~$68 CDN), all in it will cost ~$90 CDN.
Use the following link, you will need to log into your account to see the promo.
https://www.loseit.com/premium/lifetime/
Last edited by SteveWhip on Jan 7th, 2023 12:30 pm, edited 6 times in total.
Thread Summary
DO NOT PAY FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN THE LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP

Steps by ODoyleRulz:
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/loseit- ... #p37091822

Got Lifetime for $49.99 USD / $67.91 CDN
1. Create free account [Edit by Variability: Free trial link: https://loseit.com/premium/trial/]
Source for edit/free trial link: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/loseit- ... #p37091928
2. Start Premium trial (credit card required but no charge)
3. Cancel trial
*4. Visit https://help.loseit.com/hc/en-us/requests/new You'll get the offer there. Click on it. [IMAGE 1]
5. Takes you to OP link https://www.loseit.com/premium/lifetime/ for final offer [IMAGE 2]
6. Enter credit card info again and your all set! $67.91 CDN charged to my card.

*Step 4 might not be necessary but that was what I did to get the offer on my free, cancelled trial account

Author of this thread summary did not do Step 4, and just did everything on the PC while logged into the cancelled premium trial account

Latest documented method by sr2502: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/loseit- ... #p37109597

1. Registered account on phone using email address
2. Login to website using same account https://www.loseit.com
3. Started a free trial using https://loseit.com/premium/trial/
4. Purchased lifetime using https://www.loseit.com/premium/lifetime ~ 49.99 USD or CAD 69
125 replies
Deal Addict
Apr 9, 2010
2454 posts
2748 upvotes
Toronto
Considering I made the silly decision to buy lifetime at full price a few months ago and still think it is worth it, this is a great deal.

Thumbs up to the OP for posting it, even though I am missing out. I didn't know Lose it goes on sale!
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Oct 13, 2002
5537 posts
1961 upvotes
App works as long as you stay true to it and log literally everything. After the first few weeks, it becomes second nature
Life
Sr. Member
Jun 9, 2009
972 posts
246 upvotes
Hamilton
Fantastic deal but I’m getting 189.99
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Newbie
May 11, 2014
65 posts
73 upvotes
Edmonton, AB
peji911 wrote: Fantastic deal but I’m getting 189.99

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You need to purchase 1 year subscription at 15.99$ USD first before you can see the deal for $49.99 USD.
Last edited by 1second on Jan 1st, 2023 3:22 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Sep 29, 2003
5818 posts
5786 upvotes
Hamilton, ON
Thanks OP! I bought the annual membership to try. There's no sense buying lifetime if I don't find that it helps me. If I like it, hopefully they'll have this sale again next year. Happy New Year!
Deal Addict
User avatar
Dec 4, 2013
1343 posts
809 upvotes
Surrey, BC (GVR)
I did find that starting my profile in the app was much more comprehensive than the website. After I did this, I bought the yearly and then the lifetime. It worked fine for me following the instructions in the op.
Please check my feedback:
RFD
HWC
Heatware
Member
Mar 18, 2008
384 posts
137 upvotes
How is this different from others like MyFitnessPal etc
Deal Addict
May 16, 2006
4247 posts
526 upvotes
Does anyone know? I'm assuming it is.
Member
Feb 26, 2005
241 posts
113 upvotes
London
Thanks! This app is amazing and can't recommend it enough.
Newbie
Jul 27, 2006
74 posts
236 upvotes
App looks great. I followed the instructions. I couldn’t get the the initial $16 offer. Maybe next time.
Last edited by janjan12 on Jan 1st, 2023 4:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
Oct 2, 2003
1630 posts
201 upvotes
North West Ontario
dealsngh wrote: How is this different from others like MyFitnessPal etc
Mostly it's personal preference. I used MFP for years and switched to lose it for the "Simplicity" it offered for how I want to track. Loseits ads were also less annoying.

I did a lifetime subscription pretty quickly as I wanted to sync my tracker (it's not free on lose it). If all you want to do is track what you eat, try them all out and use the one you like most.
Member
User avatar
Feb 2, 2009
249 posts
158 upvotes
Edmonton
Thanks OP! This worked out even cheaper for me - I signed up with the free trial and was able to upgrade to the lifetime subscription from that, so my cost was only ~$70.00 CAD. It's a bit of a leap since I've never used the app before, but it looks good and calorie tracking has been the only way I've managed to consistently lose weight. I don't really like FitBit or MyFitnessPal's food logging, so hopefully this is more to my liking.
Deal Addict
Jan 11, 2020
4026 posts
3311 upvotes
41 hours into current fast. Works wonderfully. This is the only way I lose weight, but I gotta track the cals on the eating days.

This is all mobile though, which sucks. I'm an old man, I need a computer/desktop support.

I used to use MyFitnessPal on my last cut...But I guess it's no longer free? Been out the game for 2 years. Does this have that barcode scanner thing?
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Penalty Box
Dec 28, 2021
168 posts
218 upvotes
Forget all these apps and stuff, if your new year resolution is to loose weight.
The best way to do it is the Keto diet, do it for 30-60 days and you'll be a whole new person.
Deal Addict
Dec 24, 2012
1023 posts
1475 upvotes
Terrebonne
Thanks for the deal! Much cheaper than MFP, which prevented me from paying for it.
Deal Addict
Dec 24, 2012
1023 posts
1475 upvotes
Terrebonne
presidentjon wrote: Forget all these apps and stuff, if your new year resolution is to loose weight.
The best way to do it is the Keto diet, do it for 30-60 days and you'll be a whole new person.
Still easier to do keto when you have a tool to count your macros.

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