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Calm premium 1 year subscription £6.99 (price error - normally £42.99) iTunes

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Posted 30th Aug 2018
Calm is a great app for improving your mental health and sleep! To get this offer:

1) Download app and join the premium free trial.

2) Go to subscriptions in your Apple App Store, click on Calm and you’ll find that you can choose a long list of subscription types.

3) Select the £6.99 a year option. When your free trial ends you will get charged £6.99 rather than the normal £42.99 a year!

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deleted794454
How about just going to bed?
The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to breathe properly. Adults like to be read bedtime stories to fall asleep to. Nobody can ensure they go to bed at a proper time without being told to by their phones.

Frankly, this is the perfect example of why our ancestors were so much harder,happier and heartier people than we are as a species. The warmth of a good relationship (including the relationship with our sleeping habits apparently) has been snuffed out by the cold clutches of technology.

I realise the irony of me posting this on the internet, with a keyboard.
I just find it quite troubling how trivial tasks such as falling asleep are now monetized by companies.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 31st Aug 2018
you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your mental health drastically
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deleted794454
How about just going to bed?
you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your mental health drastically
trivium55 s ago

you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your m …you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your mental health drastically


That’s an expensive subway... you need a subsquad
Works a treat. Thanks!
trivium4 m ago

you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your m …you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your mental health drastically


Wish this was on Google play 😣
The £6.99 option is at the top of the list, so should really be 1 week, not 1 year. It's a typo.
matedodgy1 m ago

The £6.99 option is at the top of the list, so should really be 1 week, …The £6.99 option is at the top of the list, so should really be 1 week, not 1 year. It's a typo.


I can confirm it has changed my renewal date to a year from my start.
Thanks, managed to do this through my laptop and not the iPhone. Strangely enough wasn’t letting me select it on my mobile device, when I clicked it kept trying to select the £9.99 a month option!
Thanks. Did the free trial and signed up for a year based on the reviews.
Still 35.99 on Android store wish it was on there
Bet the makers aren't very Calm at the moment losing all the money.............:p
The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to breathe properly. Adults like to be read bedtime stories to fall asleep to. Nobody can ensure they go to bed at a proper time without being told to by their phones.

Frankly, this is the perfect example of why our ancestors were so much harder,happier and heartier people than we are as a species. The warmth of a good relationship (including the relationship with our sleeping habits apparently) has been snuffed out by the cold clutches of technology.

I realise the irony of me posting this on the internet, with a keyboard.
I just find it quite troubling how trivial tasks such as falling asleep are now monetized by companies.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 31st Aug 2018
What he said ^
Edited by: "whaleshark" 31st Aug 2018
I haven’t got time to meditate, I am to busy stressing about things
steve_bezerker31/08/2018 08:33

The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to …The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to breathe properly. Adults like to be read bedtime stories to fall asleep to. Nobody can ensure they go to bed at a proper time without being told to by their phones.Frankly, this is the perfect example of why our ancestors were so much harder,happier and heartier people than we are as a species. The warmth of a good relationship (including the relationship with our sleeping habits apparently) has been snuffed out by the cold clutches of technology.I realise the irony of me posting this on the internet, with a keyboard.I just find it quite troubling how trivial tasks such as falling asleep are now monetized by companies.


People have had problems falling asleep for 1000s of years. It’s just that now, technology has provided alternative therapy’s, that for some people can work. Not for everyone at all though...
sbsambishop31/08/2018 08:43

People have had problems falling asleep for 1000s of years. It’s just that …People have had problems falling asleep for 1000s of years. It’s just that now, technology has provided alternative therapy’s, that for some people can work. Not for everyone at all though...


Of course - some people suffer with insomnia. This is not going to help.

The number one reason for people struggling to sleep at night is because of money worries, no amount of meditation, peaceful stories, breathing exercises or daily notifications is going to fix that. Whether you are of sound mind or not, you're still going to be worrying about it and have a bad night - If anything this is making the problem worse because now those people who have money troubles are spending even more money trying to get their sleep sorted. Counter-productive.

It's not you i'm arguing with by the way. It's this flawed society we seem to have grown.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 31st Aug 2018
Just purchased it but, still showing as pending in subscriptions. Watch this space.
The irony is that technology is a cause of insomnia for many. The blue light frequencies of led screens, the bombardment of microwaves etc etc.
I’ve done it, thanks. But what’s the difference between all of the many different packages that are offered? And why do some say subscription and done not?35013701-7c3CQ.jpg35013701-XvDwH.jpg

buyitall3 m ago

I’ve done it, thanks. But what’s the difference between all of the many dif …I’ve done it, thanks. But what’s the difference between all of the many different packages that are offered? And why do some say subscription and done not?[Image] [Image]


My guess about this is that they’ve changed their pricing structure many times and haven’t deactivated the old ones in iTunes backend itself
Thanks OP- let’s hope he subscription price holds!
Although I have selected the £6.99 option, my original welcome email says I will be charged the full price of £42 at the end of the trial on 7 Sept and I haven’t received anything since then. Also, in the app it still says I am on the trial period. Those of you who have successfully paid £6.99 for a year, did you have actual confirmation that you have definitely signed up at £6.99? I don’t want to risk being charged full price, that will make me anything but calm
buyitall3 h, 54 m ago

Although I have selected the £6.99 option, my original welcome email says …Although I have selected the £6.99 option, my original welcome email says I will be charged the full price of £42 at the end of the trial on 7 Sept and I haven’t received anything since then. Also, in the app it still says I am on the trial period. Those of you who have successfully paid £6.99 for a year, did you have actual confirmation that you have definitely signed up at £6.99? I don’t want to risk being charged full price, that will make me anything but calm


I never got a welcome email, however I can confirm that I was charged £6.99 not the full amount.
steve_bezerker18 h, 19 m ago

The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to …The year is 2018. Humans now rely on technology to tell them how to breathe properly. Adults like to be read bedtime stories to fall asleep to. Nobody can ensure they go to bed at a proper time without being told to by their phones.Frankly, this is the perfect example of why our ancestors were so much harder,happier and heartier people than we are as a species. The warmth of a good relationship (including the relationship with our sleeping habits apparently) has been snuffed out by the cold clutches of technology.I realise the irony of me posting this on the internet, with a keyboard.I just find it quite troubling how trivial tasks such as falling asleep are now monetized by companies.



Just buy the damn thing and waste £6.99 like the rest of us.
steve_bezerker18 h, 50 m ago

Of course - some people suffer with insomnia. This is not going to …Of course - some people suffer with insomnia. This is not going to help.The number one reason for people struggling to sleep at night is because of money worries, no amount of meditation, peaceful stories, breathing exercises or daily notifications is going to fix that. Whether you are of sound mind or not, you're still going to be worrying about it and have a bad night - If anything this is making the problem worse because now those people who have money troubles are spending even more money trying to get their sleep sorted. Counter-productive.It's not you i'm arguing with by the way. It's this flawed society we seem to have grown.



Oh , glad to see that even now there are some people talking and thinking like a normal person ..
hard to find these day after technologies have taken over “yikes
It would lead me to losing even more sleep worrying if they would charge me full price instead of the error price. That could lead me to going overdrawn. That could lead to bank charges. Argh it’s 04:20 and I’ve got no chance of sleep now
Oh heck!!! now I really can't sleep deciding which deal to waste my money on hotukdeals.com/dea…719
trivium30/08/2018 23:17

you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your m …you can buy a delicious subway sandwich with £6.99 - that’ll improve your mental health drastically


This must be the first time in history that delicious and Subway have been used in the same sentence. Well done for holding the record.
Aiadi3 h, 10 m ago

This must be the first time in history that delicious and Subway have been …This must be the first time in history that delicious and Subway have been used in the same sentence. Well done for holding the record.


why thank you, dolphin
Can anyone confirm this. I have been able to as directed and it show £6.99 but now just received an email from iTunes about the subscription stating after the trial will be charged £42.99
faisel.khan23 h, 37 m ago

Can anyone confirm this. I have been able to as directed and it show £6.99 …Can anyone confirm this. I have been able to as directed and it show £6.99 but now just received an email from iTunes about the subscription stating after the trial will be charged £42.99



I slected the £6.99 option and had no issues. The money was debited today. If you have a screenshot of the prices available to you on iTunes then send it to Calms customer service.
Thanks
deleted79445430th Aug 2018

How about just going to bed?


You’ve clearly never suffered from insomnia, anxiety or any illness/mental health problem that makes it extremely difficult to just “go to bed”....... pretty insensitive thing to post. Congrats on having great sleep, this clearly isn’t for you
Just to say, this is still live and recently I've discovered this trick works with a ton of apps!!!
sbsambishop20/05/2019 21:58

Just to say, this is still live and recently I've discovered this trick …Just to say, this is still live and recently I've discovered this trick works with a ton of apps!!!


Care to list those apps?
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