Motley Fool: Get Up To 7,400 Miles For $99 Subscription

Update 8/13/20: This is being offered again. Hat tip to reader Casey K

The Offer

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  • Motley Fool is offering increased portal rates when you sign up for an annual subscription for $99. Best deal is 7,400 American Airlines miles

The Fine Print

  • Please note these terms & conditions: Eligible on one (1) subscription per loyalty account number. Only eligible on paid 1 year subscription to The Motley Fool. Monthly subscriptions are ineligible. Subscription must be active for at least 60 days. Not eligible on any free products, trials, services, memberships, subscriptions and retailer marketing subscriptions. Not eligible on purchases made with coupon or discount codes that are not found on this site. Not eligible on gift cards, gift certificates or any other similar cash equivalents.

Our Verdicts

Not as good as the previous deal that ended up working on the cheaper subscriptions. That will almost certainly never come back as it was never supposed to work according to Motley Fool.

Hat tip to atonkscat

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RAM

Stack with 5% visa offers via Uber
Bonus rate is decreased though

James
James

can someone sign up for this offer? all i got was a 404 error

rocky_NNC
rocky_NNC

I think best one is still on chase UR. 7500 Points.
Anything i can double dip?

Anna
Anna

Personally, I wouldn’t trust anything that Motley Fool writes. They show up in my news feed and are always the most click-bait sketchy site.

AS
AS

There’s no connect between the free website and the premium services. The free site is like any other free news sites, clickbaits like “Here’s what to put your $10,000 in NOW”. Their premium service is an absolute steal and a brilliant education tool and community resource for any investor. Have been a subscriber for years and will continue.

Peek
Peek

My son wanted to try this service out recently and I signed up for $99 dollars. Shortly after he told me he got an offer on his trial for $49. We tried it, cancelled, got refunded and shortly after I got the $49 dollar offer in my inbox. I have to say when we cancelled (30 day money back) that we were refunded almost immediately. To me the service wasn’t even worth $49 dollars but maybe you can get the miles and then cancel before the 30 day money back period ends?

Matt
Matt

If you use a long-term focused investing newsletter service for less than 30 days, it definitely isn’t worth the cost. It’s not meant for short-term use. To get the most out of a long-term focused investing newsletter, you need to give it more than the 30-day money back window of time.

Also, you won’t get a refund if you signup a second time and cancel a second time. You used to be able to do that (they used to be more lenient about their refund policy), but people abused it and signed up and requested a refund multiple time. So now there is a one refund lifetime limit (unless otherwise stated). Instead (after the first refund) you would be able to receive a pro-rated credit for a different Fool service.

I suppose you could signup with a different email and different credit card to get around the lifetime limit. But they wouldn’t have to refund you if they somehow determine that you were already a member and already received a refund previously.

aquac
aquac

So, basically not a freebie or MM.

J
J

I’ve seen this offer a bunch of times but every time I visit the page the subscription is $200, not $100

Bob
Bob

No giftcards, no care. lol.

Mark Davison
Mark Davison

Is this easy to quit or prevent from auto-renewing?

beat2def
beat2def

So it’s basically $99 for 5400 Alaskan Miles? I need more Alaskan than American right now.