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On average, new budgeters save $200 their first month and more than $3,300 by month nine! Pretty solid return on investment.
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We’re fighting free with free. I was given a free t-shirt when I signed up for my first Visa credit card while in college (charged a mattress on it, forgot about the payment, paid it off, and cut it up in disgust—the card, not the mattress).
More kids are graduating from college absolutely weighed down by student debt. I don’t know what portion of their debt is avoidable, but I’m confident that if those students were following YNAB’s Four Rules, they would graduate with less debt.
Starting today, if you’re a college student (even only part-time), we’ll let you use YNAB for free for one year while you’re in school.
Sure thing! A student is a student is a student!
If you are still in school, you can sign up for the new program and get the new YNAB free for 12 months (in addition to the 34-day free trial)!
At the end of your free year as a student, we’ll give you a one-time 10% discount on the Annual Plan.
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We are no longer offering YNAB 4 free to students, but if you want to continue using YNAB 4, you can purchase the program via the in-app purchase button.
No. But you’ll get a one-time 10% discount on the Annual Plan, and by this point, YNAB will have saved you so much money, it’ll be a no-brainer.
YNAB continues to grow like crazy—almost entirely from word of mouth. We think having a bunch of super-savvy, money-smart, socially-active, recent college graduates—hooked on following YNAB’s Four Rules—will only increase that word of mouth. Plus, we really hate student loan debt, and if we can help students graduate with less debt and pay it off quickly, that alone would be a win.
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