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Whizlabs Lifetime Membership US$129.99 (Was US$4499) ~A$168.56 (New Customers Only) @ ZDNet


Whizlabs clients include Accenture, Bloomberg, Capgemini, Cisco, Deloitte, and Infosys
Access various courses on AWS, Microsoft, Google Cloud, Java, Linux & more
Get certifications & validate and demonstrate your new skills
Learn from subject-matter experts & certified professionals
Get regularly updated content

Important Details:
Length of access: lifetime
This plan is only available to new users
Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
Max number of devices: 1
Access options: desktop & mobile
Software version: 2019
Updates included

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  • +11 votes

    When you see this:

    US$129.99 normally $4499

    You know it's BS.

    • +3 votes

      RRP one trillion dollars

      • +5 votes

        Yes but $99 special offer. Just for you. Just today. I'm willing to take the revenue loss, just for you friend. Go on.


      Or 'Total value of eleventy billion dollars'

  • +1 vote

    +1 for the focusing tip, thanks OP


    Doesn't have the latest MS courses that I was after. Recommend searching their web catalogue before committing to a purchase.


    What is the difference between this and Udemy or LinkedIn learning, etc?

    • +2 votes

      In Udemy you need to always purchase individual courses. However in Whizlabs you can purchase individual courses or can obtain a subscription like mentioned in this post to access all courses.

      Also Udemy has multiple courses for the same exam from different trainers but all content of Whizlabs is produced by Whizlabs themselves and you would find just once course for each exam.



  • +1 vote

    Whizlabs have excellent practice exams. Close to the real thing while still being legit (not a brain dump). At least for the Microsoft exams.
    Unfortunately they only do Azure courses and exams, not Microsoft 365 courses and exams.