Here are the latest Motley Fool One membership costs, as of their March 2014 membership drive:
- 1 year membership: $7,999/year
- 2 year membership: $12,999 ($6,500/year)
- 3 year membership: $15,999 ($5,333/year)
- 5 year membership: $17,999 ($3600/year)
They also offer a $1000 early acceptance discount, and even more valuable, a 1 year FULL money back guarantee on all of the memberships (yes that includes the 1 year membership, so you could in effect use the service for free). Plus if you are an existing subscriber to any of their other services, you can count that cost against the Motley Fool One cost.
The prices continue to increase with each new membership enrollment, particularly the 5 year memberships. Last October, the cost of a 1 year membership was $7499, so they have increased that now by $500. However, the price of a 5 year membership has gone from $14,499 to $17,999 which is a full $3500 increase (which is $700 year). It is quite a steep increase but they are adding a potentially very valuable SMA service to the Motley Fool One offering. So at least the hike comes with additional benefit. Read my post here about why I think that new SMA service could be a game changer. But it nevertheless makes this much more of a premium service, catering to those with large portfolios.
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