Lifetime Memberships?

I remember once seeing that you could buy a lifetime membership in a specific language. Did that go away?


I’ve tried that but when I click on it, it just takes me to my lesson feed. :frowning:

A page on their site is broken / out of date? I’d say I’m shocked, but… :slight_smile:

How about this one: Login - LingQ


It looks like that one worked. Thank you!

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Is this offer now a flat fee for all language? I would be interested in this when my year subscription runs out, because I want to get to 1200 hours in French, and start a few new languages.

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No, it’s just for one language. So many of us would love it for all languages, and I’m sure would be prepared to pay more than the one-language lifetime price.

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$200 for life for 1 languages seems very reasonable to me. Sounds like a good deal.


I have a lifetime for (European) Portuguese. Definitely think it’s worth it.



Just looked at Japanese Beginner Courses at the Uni of British Columbia…

$375 for one month… 2 classes, 4 hours a week… Not including the text books you have to buy (probably Genki). Wow.

You can get more out of a month at LingQ…for 1/30 of the price!


I’m sure it is. But I switch between four languages so going lifetime for all four is quite a lot of money. And if I went lifetime in one, I’d still have to pay the regular fee for the others. I think if they just offered lifetime for all languages at the price of 2x lifetime for one language, people would go for it.


I was literally thinking the same thing. If your doing 4 languages $800 bucks is a lot of money to spend all at once. Even though in the long run you’re saving a lot of money.

If you’re sure to use it in the long run, yes. I also like those sites that have special offers if you sign up for 2 or 3 years instead of a month or a year or so.