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Shaw Academy Lifetime membership - cheapest it's ever been £99.00

£99.00 @ shaw academy
Not sure what their honest pricing really is, previously introduced a monthly membership, now this is only 20 quid more than a month. Gone from thinking "maybe I should have taken that last offer" … Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Not sure what their honest pricing really is, previously introduced a monthly membership, now this is only 20 quid more than a month.

Gone from thinking "maybe I should have taken that last offer" to "Hmm, surely it can't go any lower ... can it?"

They say, as many courses as you like, but surely they'll find some small print to wriggle out of someone taking them literally

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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
No need, all they're courses are free at some stage. Mind you expect to get bombarded with phone calls and emails.
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all courses end up been free at some point but then for course material u pay £16.99 per course then £5 if u want a certificate whereas lifetime membership includes it all for every course. the only limitation i think if i remember correctly is the amount of course u can do in a month. i have done various courses through them and i know many people who have too. This is a great price and no it wont get cheaper considering they are adding more courses
#3
Darzen
No need, all they're courses are free at some stage. Mind you expect to get bombarded with phone calls and emails.
Only ever seen the intro level ones go free - though it seems they always came with an offer - though back when I did Mobile app development, the lifetime offer was £295 - didn't think much of that course actually, would have got more out of a decent book.
#4
Would this qualify you for lifetime NUS eligibility, with it's associated cost of course?
#5
BulldogNo1
Would this qualify you for lifetime NUS eligibility, with it's associated cost of course?
Second page in NUSextra sign-up process lists "The Shaw Acedemy" as a qualifying "place of study," which is kinda bizarre, until you consider NUS just wants to relieve you of a membership fee.
#6
Are you signed in to see the offer? I'm not able to find any £99 for lifetime membership offer or indeed anything other than prices for single courses.
#7
AndyRoyd
BulldogNo1
Would this qualify you for lifetime NUS eligibility, with it's associated cost of course?
Second page in NUSextra sign-up process lists "The Shaw Acedemy" as a qualifying "place of study," which is kinda bizarre, until you consider NUS just wants to relieve you of a membership fee.


The better student discounts are via Unidays. You need an academic (.ac) address to sign up.
#8
lilacjumper
AndyRoyd
BulldogNo1
Would this qualify you for lifetime NUS eligibility, with it's associated cost of course?
Second page in NUSextra sign-up process lists "The Shaw Acedemy" as a qualifying "place of study," which is kinda bizarre, until you consider NUS just wants to relieve you of a membership fee.
The better student discounts are via Unidays. You need an academic (.ac) address to sign up.
Depends on your needs, I regularly use 40% of Pizza Express, Amazon Student Prime and half price Spotify, would Unidays get any of that cheaper?
#9
Stone River Academy lifetime $99 (about £72). No idea how it compares. No interest. https://stacksocial.com/sales/stone-river-academy-lifetime-membership
#10
paulj48
lilacjumper
AndyRoyd
BulldogNo1
Would this qualify you for lifetime NUS eligibility, with it's associated cost of course?
Second page in NUSextra sign-up process lists "The Shaw Acedemy" as a qualifying "place of study," which is kinda bizarre, until you consider NUS just wants to relieve you of a membership fee.
The better student discounts are via Unidays. You need an academic (.ac) address to sign up.
Depends on your needs, I regularly use 40% of Pizza Express, Amazon Student Prime and half price Spotify, would Unidays get any of that cheaper?


Are you confusing needs with wants?

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