A lot of companies that charge you money for their services will offer what is known as a “free trial” in order to entice customers. Their way of seeing it: they’ll give you a one-month free trial, get you hooked, and when that month is up, you’ll start using their paid service because you’re hooked.
Free trials are a great way to try out a product or service before you buy into it. Companies like Netflix and Microsoft all have free trials – and even eHarmony has free trials occasionally.
eHarmony free trials aren’t permanent – this means they come and go. You may be able to find free trials throughout the year – around the holidays or Valentine’s Day, for example – but there isn’t a free trial that sticks around all the time.
Not all of their free trials will be for a month, like most other sites offer. Most of the time, eHarmony gives a free week or few days when you sign up on a certain weekend. To keep up-to-date with when they’re offering a free weekend, follow “@eHarmonyfree” on Twitter.
There is one way to get a “free trial” of sorts. Since it’s free to sign up for the website , you can sign up and complete the profile questionnaire. Then, you can sign up for a plan. Once you’ve signed up and “paid” for a plan, you’ll have three days to cancel your membership for a full refund. This is a great loophole if you want to fully use eHarmony when they don’t have a free trial promotion and you don’t want to pay right off the bat.
But be careful: if you don’t cancel within three days, eHarmony will keep your money, even if you cancel your membership later.
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