We've written a lot about Craftsy and Craftsy Unlimited since it was launched earlier this year. Many, many of our readers are big investors in Craftsy classes so the move to the all-you-can-eat subscription model of Unlimited is a big deal. See this article linked for more info.
Well, the folks at Craftsy are very confident in their Unlimited product and they really want you to try it –so much so that they have put together a very special offer only for So Sew Easy readers. With this special offer, you can get a 1-week FREE trial and the first month for only $1.
So that's a full 5 WEEKS of Craftsy Unlimited for only ONE DOLLAR.
Let me just state that again because the deal is so good. With the special offer only to So Sew Easy readers, you can get a 1-week free trial plus the whole first month for only $1.
Rember you can cancel anytime during your free trial. If you do so before your trial ends – they'll even let you finish up the trial for free! Forgot to cancel? Reach out to Craftsy within 24 hours of the charge for a refund.
When you sign up for the free trial, you'll have to select a plan that you will take after the trail. Please note that you will get the first month of only $1.
Below is the screen you should see when you're signing up:
If you've ever even considered Craftsy Unlimited, now's the time to try for 5 weeks for only $1! But only with the button below exclusive to So Sew Easy readers.
This is the landing page you should see when you click the link:
They didn't tell us this at the time when we this special offer was set up for us (grrr…), but it appears that the landing page was created only for users in the US and in countries where Craftsy doesn't charge in local currency.
So if you're in Australia, Canada, or the UK, this offer won't work at this time, unfortunately. If you're in the US or someplace like Chile where Craftsy doesn't charge in local currency but in USD, the offer should be available to you.
We will speak to the people at Craftsy on Monday and see if we can get some sort of extension and availability for non-US readers.