This one-day Rosetta Stone price drop makes it the cheapest it's ever been

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With social distancing guidelines in place for the near-term, it's time to start thinking of how you'll spend the next several weeks while staying inside and staying safe. One smart way to prepare yourself for the end of this madness is to learn a new language. Maybe you have travel plans later this year or you want to set something up for when travel bans are lifted. Now's the best time to start getting familiar with the local language wherever you're heading, and thanks to a one-day sale at Amazon, it's even easier with Rosetta Stone's Unlimited Languages subscription (opens in new tab).

This deal for the Spanish Rosetta Stone program gives you lifetime access to learning Spanish and the other 20+ languages Rosetta Stone offers, including any updates. It works on PC, Mac, and mobile devices. (opens in new tab)
This deal for the Spanish Rosetta Stone program gives you lifetime access to learning Spanish and the other 20+ languages Rosetta Stone offers, including any updates. It works on PC, Mac, and mobile devices.

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Rosetta Stone Lifetime Access

Rosetta Stone Lifetime Access (opens in new tab)

$179.00 $199.00 Save $20

Rosetta Stone makes it easier to learn a new language, or several, once you're subscribed to an annual or lifetime plan. The latest sale lets you join for as low as $7.99 per month or gain lifetime access for just $179!

Rosetta Stone Mother's Day Sale

Rosetta Stone Mother's Day Sale (opens in new tab)

Limited Time Only

Various Rosetta Stone memberships are on sale through Mother's Day. Just pick a language (or the unlimited languages service), choose your subscription length, and you could save over 45% off the usual cost in the process.

Rosetta Stone Language Programs

Rosetta Stone Language Programs (opens in new tab)

Limited Time Only

Rosetta Stone makes it easy to learn a new language (or several) all from the comfort of your home. Score a 12-month membership for only $7.99 per month or get a lifetime subscription for just $179 today.

Rosetta Stone New Year's Sale

Rosetta Stone New Year's Sale (opens in new tab)

from $8 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.

Learn English: Rosetta Stone Bonus Pack Bundle (Lifetime Online Access + Grammar Guide and Dictionary Book Set)

Learn English: Rosetta Stone Bonus Pack Bundle (Lifetime Online Access + Grammar Guide and Dictionary Book Set) (opens in new tab)

$199.00 $319.00 Save $120

While the actual Rosetta Stone pack you're ordering with this deal is for the Spanish program, it also give you access to all of Rosetta Stone's 20+ other languages at no extra cost including any future updates. You can even switch back and forth between languages and focus on the ones you actually want to learn. The package usually costs $180 for one year and often goes for nearer $300 for the lifetime subscription, though Amazon's sale brings its price down to just $159 (opens in new tab) today only. It's delivered as a digital code to your email meaning you can start your language learning as early as today if you'd like.

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.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).