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How much is a credit worth in dollars?

Credits Explained

Every item within the Content Library has a credit value. For example:

Shorter items like articles, affirmations, and inspirational graphics typically cost 1 credit.
Longer items like eBooks and presentations are typically 10 credits.
Full courses with multiple modules and lessons are typically 50 credits.
Bundles with many related products can be anywhere from 30 to 200 credits.

Pay-As-You-Go Credits

If you are looking for just a few items and do not want a monthly or annual subscription, you can purchase pay-as-you-go credits for $2.20 each.

Pros: No commitment, credits do not expire.
Cons: Highest cost per credit, no software tools.

Membership Credits

As a member, you get the best rates on credits.

Pros: Credits rollover (as long as you remain an active member), best rates on credits, access to all software tools, cancel any time (no contracts)
Cons: It's a subscription (but you can cancel at any time)

For example...

Want to go month-to-month? The Monthly Plan gives you 100 credits/mo for $0.99 per credit and you can purchase additional credits at a discounted members-only rate of $0.90 per credit (59% off the pay-as-you-go rate!). Plus, you get access to all members-only software tools.

Want the best deal on credits? We have a few Annual Plans where you get access for a full year and can get credits for as low as $0.40 each (81% off the pay-as-you-go rate!). Plus, you get access to all members-only software tools for an entire year.

Learn more about all pricing options on our pricing page.

Pay-As-You-Go vs. Membership Credits

Example: Let's say you want to purchase a course bundle that requires 137 credits.

At the pay-as-you-go rate ($2.20/credit), 137 credits = $301.40.

But on the 800 annual plan ($0.72/credit), 137 credits = $98.64. (67% savings!)

The Bottom Line

The more credits you buy, the more you save – and the more the value you get!

Explore the pricing options here.

Updated on: 21/10/2019

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