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Rosetta Stone Memorial Day sale offers lifetime access at $100 off + more

9to5Toys Thursday, 21 May 2020
We are now tracking some notable Rosetta Stone Memorial Day deals. While there are several subscription offers available at a discount right now, Amazon has the standout deal by way of Rosetta Stone Lifetime Access at *$199 *with free email delivery. Regularly $299, this is $100 off the going rate, matching our previous COVID-19 promotional pricing, and is the lowest we can find. Not only do you receive lifetime access, but this version includes unlimited language options (of the 24 Rosetta Stone offers) so you can switch between them without any additional fees. Using technology like Dynamic Immersion — contextual learning via “seeing, hearing, speaking, reading, and writing just like you do in the real world” — and its TruAccent speech recognition engine, Rosetta Stone has become one of the most popular language learning platforms out there for a reason. Rated 4+ stars from nearly 70% of the Amazon customers. More details below. more…

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