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Pluralsight Subscription 40% off (e.g Standard US$196.90 Per Year, ~A$272.50 GST-Inclusive)

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Part of the Black Friday deals:

Standard subscription is:
USD179 USD299
per year

  • Core library access
  • Skill and Role assessments
  • Learning paths and channels

Premium subscription is:
USD269 USD449
per year

  • Everything under Standard plus:
  • Expanded library access
  • Certification library access
  • Interactive courses and Projects

(from @jonnyb): Note that GST is added on to the price so it works out as:

Standard: $196.90 USD / ~ $272.50 AUD
Premium: $295.90 USD / ~$409.50 AUD
It will stack on to your existing subscription so you can renew early and not worry about losing your remaining months.

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Referee gets 50% off 1st month or 15% annually. Referrer gets 1 month free.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +1

    Note that GST is added on to the price so it works out as:

    • Standard: $196.90 USD / ~ $272.50 AUD
    • Premium: $295.90 USD / ~$409.50 AUD

    It will stack on to your existing subscription so you can renew early and not worry about losing your remaining months.

    • Thanks, added to post.

    • +2

      Changing payment country is helping with additional GST (no idea about the drawbacks, just a note),

    • I couldn't find a way to pay using PayPal nut to use your own credit card exchange rate the checkout page doesn't have it. Ended up pay $288.44

  • I work in a creative field and I want to move into tech - are their courses beginner-friendly enough or is really only worth it if you're already in the field?

    • +2

      they are both

      there are a lot of beginner friendly courses and that has really helped me early on

      Though the beginner courses are very linear

      Meaning they will start you from scratch and tell you how to build a certain task very well. They wont teach you everything at a beginner level

      when i started, i found myself rewatching the courser 2 to 4 times before it clicked in

      In my opinion, pluralsight is the best out there though I'm finding their entry level content is not being updated as often as their mid to senior level content

    • +1

      They are like 99% for beginners. Even those marked as "advanced". Finding something actually advanced is difficult. (talking about programming, infrastructure courses might cover all levels). So if you just getting started - it's a great resource. Udemy might offer a better value tho, but you will need to find good courses as most of them are terrible. Pluralsight is better in terms of quality in general.

      • thanks for that, reckon the premium is worth the extra cost or standard pretty good for what I need?

        • +2

          I don't really understand the difference. I've been using a standard subscription and never seen a course that required a premium. I guess the main value of the premium is in AWS, AZURE, etc courses. But I might be wrong.

  • If you're an existing subscriber, you will be stung for USD 322.80 (approx 465 AUD) instead for the premium. Damn

  • +1

    Hey guys does anyone if you can access acloudguru with pluralsight subscription? They are the same company now. Anyone know pls

    • same question

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