MemberVault Current Pricing Deadline. MV is - in my opinion - pretty amazing. It's much more affordable than Teachable. It's prettier and more functional than Podia, and it is just overall a beautiful platform. It allows you to
quickly create, sell and deliver all of your offers, whether it’s a 1:1 coaching, a course, a membership, and even FREE offers — all in one place.
There's a course and membership platform, a page builder, and even a blog option - although that part is new and rather rudimentary at this stage. The point is that this is a great platform, with excellent customer service, and a vision for even more functionality going forward.
BUT - If you want to get your own MemberVault account, I recommend that you sign up before the end of TODAY.
Right now, you can lock in a Starter Plan for $19 per month (up to 1000 members) or a Base Plan for $49 per month (up to 10,000 members.) As of TOMORROW, there will only be one paid plan available: $99 per month for unlimited everything. That's still a good deal, but if your audience is smaller than 10,000
members you can save a lot by signing up before the change.
AND if you choose one of the current Legacy Plans today, and then grow into a larger account later on,
you will then save 30% on the upgraded account, bringing the $99 per month down to $69.30 per month. But which plan to choose today? Luckily for you, I did the math.
I ran the numbers on the first year rates for MemberVault, because I know it's going to take me a little time to get up to the 1k mark when I start moving things over. I plan to only move people in with paid products and that might take me more time than if I put people into it with freebies right away.
Here are the amounts I (or you) would pay for the first YEAR with MV, if I (or you) choose $19 or $49, based on when membership goes over 1000.
These calculations are all on the monthly rates, not the annual ones. Those numbers would look a little different.
If I choose the $49 per month right out of the gate my first year will cost $588.($49x12)
If I choose the $19 to start, here are first year rates based on staying under the 1000 limit for 3, 6, and 9 months.
3 Months - $680.70 ($19x3 + $69.30x9)
6 Months - $529.80 ($19x6 + $69.30x6)
9 Months - $378.90 ($19x9 + $69.30x3)
The actual "tipping point" happens at 5 months. That's where it is more cost effective to get the $19 per month rate now and switch to the new plan (with 30% discount) later. ($580.10 for the first year - $19x5 + $69.30x7)
If you think you'll get to over 1000 members in your account in 5 months or less, then you should choose the $49 plan right now.
If you think it's going to take you longer than that, then your first year costs will be lower by starting with the $19 plan right now.
NOTE: These numbers are just factoring in the first year costs. Over the long term, the numbers would look different, of course. But this will at least tell you where it's a certain better option to go with the $49 plan today.
Which one did I choose?
I waivered a bit, but ultimately decided to start with the $19 plan. I know that I have multiple things I'm trying to work on and I know that I can easily fall into the trap of thinking I will get things done much more quickly than what will actually happen.
And if I do end up getting it done quicker...well, I'll be making the money from sales to cover the difference.😁
If you want in on this awesome platform at either of the lower price points, you must do so before midnight PACIFIC time tonight.