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How to subscribe to Melodics
How to subscribe to Melodics

Interested in subscribing? Not sure which plan to pick?

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Written by Rhys
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Interested in subscribing? Not sure how to do it or which plan to pick? This article has everything you need to know.

If you have created your free Melodics account, log into our website here to view plan options. If you don't have an account but would like to know how much Melodics costs, you can check our our plans and prices here. Just note that you won't be able to buy a plan until you create a free account first.

What's the difference between plans?

Standard Plan: The Standard plan offers unlimited playtime and grants access to over 1200 lessons and 170 courses spanning drums, keys, and pads. Yes, you get all three instruments with just one subscription! Additionally, you'll enjoy the complete Guided Path and advanced practice tools.

Premium Plan: The Premium plan includes everything from the Standard plan, along with 180+ song lessons. These lessons are based on real music by your favorite musicians!

Payment Options

For both the Standard and Premium plans, you can opt for either monthly or annual payments.

Monthly Payments: If you're unsure about Melodics and want to give it a try, monthly payments are ideal. There's less commitment upfront, and you can cancel after your first month.

Annual Payments: When you're ready to fully commit to your goals, annual payments are the best option. By purchasing a year upfront, you'll save considerably in the long run.

What payment methods are accepted?

Melodics accepts all major credit cards and PayPal payments. Please note that not all cards are made equal — some cards, like gift cards, cannot be used for online/subscription purchases. If your payment is failing, take a look at this article for help.

For PayPal purchases, you must have a payment method such as a credit card or bank account linked to your PayPal wallet. If you have funds available in your PayPal account already, it will use this first before drawing anything from your linked payment method.

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