Project Botticelli

New Pricing

3 November 2015 · 2 comments · 1527 views

As I have announced in June, we have been changing our online training pricing structure in order to be able to better reward our training content authors. As of today, we no longer offer 1 and 3 month Full Access Memberships, which have been replaced with a 6 month membership, costing $190. The annual membership remains unchanged—for now. We will be transitioning to a model based on per-course pricing in early 2016, when we will also introduce a new way of gaining access to all content, which will cost more than the current 1-year membership.

All unexpired memberships, however, will remain unchanged, and they will offer full access to everything, just like they do now, until they expire. Indeed, the most economical way to gain access to everything is to have a valid 1-Year Full Access Membership, so go ahead, and buy, or renew yours, before we have switched over. Not only will you not lose out in any way, but you will benefit from the lower pricing, with the cheapest-possible option to transition to the new model, if you wanted to do that, too (you do not have to).

I wish to keep the price of our training as low as possible. However, I also need to keep our authors happily dedicated to you. The new structure will let us provide you with great content for years to come. If you have any suggestions, or questions, please get in touch, I always look forward to your feedback.

Above all, thank you for your support and for being our Full Access Members.


PS. As a thank you for following my news updates, please use code CHANGES15OFF at checkout to get a 15% discount off the cost of any of our memberships, valid until the end of November, if you would like to buy or extend a membership.


mandeep.goraya · 6 November 2015

Hi Rafal,

Are you planning or thinking about providing offline access to the training.


Rafal Lukawiecki · 6 November 2015

Dear Mandeep,

I have been thinking about offline content for a while. There is a chance we may have something in place in late 2016, but no firm plans. It seems the world of streaming content is moving fast, and even large players, like Netflix, say they have no plans for offline content. I am currently watching the market and I will try to make a decision, soon. Please contact me about your specific scenario, if offline content is important to you, as that would help me understand your needs better.