This deal might not suit everyone, you'll need a VPN and a fee free payment card, I used Windscribe and Starling to get this price.
First set your VPN to Brazil, then log in to your Strava account (make a new one if you don't have one) click on Give a Subscription (top right icon). Fill in your details (use your Strava login email address, in the to part and an alias for the from part) then select country as Brazil for payment it should show R$119.90 (this part might not be necessary) click continue to payment and input card details and that should be it. You will get a link to redeem gift sent to your strava associated account email address.
What VPN are you using, showing up OK for me with Windscribe using Sao Paulo - Mercadao server?
Nord. I was on my phone but I'll try it on my computer and see if it's any different.
Have you been doing it this way for a while without issue?
Using VPN Unlimited, I sent myself a gift subscription (from a different email address, just in case) and an email arrived soon after, allowing me to activate it.
Thanks very much!
Try this I couldn't find it my phone had to use PC
No sorry that page is blank on both phone and laptop
Odd worked for me the other day, as VPN on phone. But no longer ?? Sorry.. I didn't even buy as waiting pay day
Seems to be charhing me the Brazilian equalivant of £45. Maybe Strava caught on!
Strava reject my credit card for this reason... Any solution? Please
What price is it now showing? Has it become cheap again, have you tried revolut
Yes, I tried revolut...
The price was 119BRL
Any ideas?? Did you pay with Revolut??
I tried recently. Choosing Brazil only allows you to pay with a credit card which has to be registered in Brazil otherwise the card is declined. Most other country options allow you to pay with Paypal but are >£40 for the year so not much of a saving.
Thanks for that, I'll have a dig later!
Same . Back to free for me
I bit the bullet got 9% off, better than nothing, paid one does seem so much better now.
Ouch. Its a good service and happy to pay ~£20 for it. Not sure I value it at £48pa tbh