Head over to Homer Learning to get 60 days of this early learning program completely free.
Every subscription is considered a family account, which allows you to have up to four children per account. That way each kid will have access to their own personal plan.
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What is Homer Learning?
Homer Learning is designed for children between the ages of two and eight. Each program is specifically designed for their interests and level of learning. Their program will grow as they do, leading to a more engaging learning environment.
Homer Learning offers two types of digital-only membership plans:
- Monthly: $9.99 per month, after the first month free trial.
- Annual: $59.99 per year ($4.99/month) billed annually — a 50% savings.
Homer also offers a Digital + Hands-On Learning Bundle membership plan which includes all three activity kits:
- $99.99 for the first year (the activity kits are a one-time purchase after your initial free trial).
Here’s how to get the deal:
- Head to Homer Learning to get started.
- Click on “redeem offer.”
- Enter account information, followed by payment information.
- Click “confirm membership.”
- Enjoy access to their premium learning content.
Is Homer Learning legit?
Bottom line cost: It’s free for the first two months, then billed monthly or annually, depending on the plan you choose.
When will I be charged? You will only be charged if you don’t cancel before your trial ends.
When can I access their content? You’ll get access to Homer Learning content as soon as payment is approved.
Will I need to cancel? Homer Learning is a subscription service. If you don’t want to continue the premium membership, be sure to cancel before the end of your first month to avoid future charges. If you don’t cancel, Homer Learning will automatically charge you $59.99 every year or $9.99 per month depending on the plan you chose when signing up.
To cancel, head over to your account page on the site and click the button that says “cancel automatic subscription renewal.”