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50% off Monthly, Quarterly & Annual Subscription Plans @ Grammarly

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50% off monthly, quarterly and annual subscription plans. Business plan excluded.
Normal price: Monthly - USD 29.95; quarterly - 19.98/month billed upfront; annual - 11.99/month billed upfront
50% off = 15/month; 9.99/month billed as 29.98; 5.83/month billed as 69.98

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    And I just literally bought my annual subscription for $240AUD 😒😒

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    I paid a guy on fivver $6 for a him to create me a lifetime account years ago. Still working.

  • +4 votes

    Grammarly one once off 50% off all premium individual plans

    Fixed…

    When are you going to buy it?

  • +2 votes

    Is it really that hard to check grammar as you're writing, or afterwards? Seems pricy but I just might not be the target audience for this.

  • +3 votes

    Cheaper to just post on OzBargain. There's enough grammar pedants here who will point out you're mistakes for free.

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    Can you get this if already subscribed, can't seem to work it out…

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    “If you write anything on your computer, you need to get Grammarly”.
    Wouldn’t be YouTube without their ads.

  • +3 votes

    Be cautious if you want full ownership of your work, this is in their TOS

    "By uploading or entering any User Content, you give Grammarly (and those it works with) a nonexclusive, worldwide, royalty-free and fully-paid, transferable and sublicensable, perpetual, and irrevocable license to copy, store and use your User Content (and, if you are an Authorized User, your Enterprise Subscriber’s User Content) in connection with the provision of the Software and the Services and to improve the algorithms underlying the Software and the Services."

    • -2 votes

      So you're paying them to have them own all the content you enter into their service.

      Cool, nothing wrong there.

    • +1 vote

      Maybe you should subscribe to Grammarly and look up what some of those words mean.
      The sentence explicitly says they have your work in the provision of the use of the service and to improve it.

      The service is spell and grammar checking. This doesn't affect your copyright, they're making no claims to it. But they need this in there because legally they need to be upfront that your writing is sent to their servers. Not one word in there would give them any kind of ownership over your work in any fashion.

      Please understand what things say before you tell other people what they say.

      • -2 votes

        transferable and sublicensable

        Why don't you tell us what those words mean.

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          They can use other service providers - but only in the delivery of the service to which you are subscribed - ie. the grammar, style and plagiarism software that they market.

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    Does the premium subscription really worth it though? Free version can already detect a lot of mistakes

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      Yes, if you are writing a lot and the quality matters (work, uni, school)

    • +1 vote

      I can see many people at work use the free version and their writing is still bad. Perhaps the paid option does the trick.

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    Not working on existing account (created a couple of weeks ago)

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    Yeah, no 50% off existing account. Is there a code or something?

    Edit: Tried creating a new account. Still no 50% off. Not a deal.

    • +1 vote

      The deal is for new accounts only. To find the link, go to the Grammarly page on Facebook, click on the 'view page transparency' link, turn off your ad-blocker, click on the 'this page is running ads - view ads' link, scroll through the ads to find the 50% deal and link. expires December 11.

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    For those already have an existing premium account with Grammarly.
    I was trying to cancel my subscription and opening a new account, found out if you performed a cancel to that existing account, then click on the ad for a subscription deal. it allows you to subscribe to new 50% pricing for the subscription. but that's for the next payment thought.
    hope this helps!

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    still can't seem to make it work. The page just shows normal price for me.

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    hmm, but here is what I did to make it work.

    step 1
    cancellation of your current subscription (if you have an existing account)
    account.grammaly.com/subscription - CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION <- in red in the page.
    Step 2
    do what @jargain stated for this assessing Grammarly deal.
    Grammarly facebook page
    -> Page Transparency (the third panel on the right, click "See More")
    ->Click on "Go to Ad library"
    -> do a control-f to find "50%"
    -> click on "learn more" on that ad
    —> TA-DA! when your current subscription ends the new payment will be with 50% off.

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