Learn any language in 2021 with Rosetta Stone at a special New Year's price

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The new year has finally arrived, which means it's time to get started on your New Year's resolutions. Those who are determined to learn a new language in 2021 are in luck as Rosetta Stone is having a limited-time sale on memberships. Thanks to the sale, you can start your Rosetta Stone subscription for $95.88 with the 12-month plan or choose the Lifetime subscription for just $179. That's similar to paying less than $8 per month if you choose the annual plan, though the Lifetime subscription offers even greater value. The full cost of the plan you choose is due today, and what's so great about the service is that both options give you access to learn more than just one or a few languages.

Your Rosetta Stone subscription lets you learn any language that's available, from Spanish and French to German, Italian, and so many more. If you're unsure whether Rosetta Stone is the right way to learn for you, start a free 3-day trial and see how the service is before paying a cent. You could also score three months access to learn a single language for $11.99 per month.

Rosetta Stone is helping make your New Year's resolution just a bit more affordable with a sale on its language software! You can score 12 months of access for as low as $7.99 monthly or grab a lifetime subscription for $179.

Rosetta Stone is a proven method to learning a new language. The software utilizes dynamic immersion to help you learn through context, including seeing, hearing, speaking, reading, and writing in another language. You learn step by step so nothing is too difficult either. There's even the patented TruAccent speech recognition engine which gives you instant feedback on your pronunciation.

Having a membership is fantastic because you'll be able to learn practically anywhere you go. Your subscription lets you access the service on a variety of devices, from your smartphone or tablet to your desktop computer. Progress is synced automatically too, so you won't have to worry about losing track of where you were when switching from one device to another. An offline phrasebook will also come in handy even in times where you have no cellular service or internet connection.

Alex Smith
Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.