You (and your members) can test-drive the proven plan to win with money with a FREE trial to Ramsey+! And we’re not holding anything back. The free trial comes with everything your class needs to start taking control of their money—all the Financial Peace University lessons plus the premium version of EveryDollar and even more tools. Start a free trial here.
If people start a free trial, can they come to an FPU class?
Absolutely! Dave says it all the time—the best way to experience FPU is with a class. And trial members should experience the best. Whether you’re leading a virtual, flex or traditional class, trial members are welcome to join your class.
If their free trial has ended and they never purchased, can they still come to a class?
In order to have the best experience and most life-change, every household that attends your class needs to have an active Ramsey+ membership or purchase Financial Peace University.
If they’re in a free trial, do they get a free physical FPU workbook?
No. They can download and print the printer-friendly PDF version of the workbook or purchase a physical workbook after signing up. Find out more in this article.
If they’re in a free trial, can they cancel it at any time?
Yes, as long as they cancel any time before the 14-day trial ends, they will not be charged.
What will trial members be charged after the trial ends?
If a trial member forgets to cancel before the trial ends or decides to keep the membership (because, you know, this stuff really works), they will be charged for whatever membership option they signed up for. We offer three prices for Ramsey+. They will be charged either $59.99/3 months (plus applicable taxes), $99.99/6 months (plus applicable taxes), or $129.99/year (plus applicable taxes).
Can you start a free trial if you’ve been a Ramsey+ member in the past?
Unfortunately, no. Believe us, we bust out the confetti when previous members come back. But they’ll need to renew their Ramsey+ membership to get access to all the tools they need to stay on track with their money goals.