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Hi I’m confused I see I price of 7.95 a month on one page and on another page I see 19 a year? Also what do you get for the membership?
Taylor Stinson says
With Dinner Prep Pro (regularly $7.97/month), we send customizable weekly meal plans (you can change serving sizes and swap recipes in and out) and we include our top meal prep recipes (eg recipes that could be considered complete meals so you don’t have to search for different side dishes to pair with a protein, etc). The grocery lists and prep ahead checklists auto-populate no matter which changes you make. The main feature of this subscription is that you can alter meal plans to fit your specific needs, and you can create your own meal plans. Essentially, it is a meal planning tool.
With the Girl on Bloor Premium subscription (regularly $1.97/month), you get access to the entire blog without ads. We also send weekly meal plans but they are PDF documents that cannot be altered. This is an additional cost because we have extra recipes that don’t make the cut for Dinner Prep Pro (eg side dishes, a few desserts, some snacks, dressings/sauces, etc) and we also have blog post resources such as meal planning articles, pantry organization articles, etc that you can then access ad-free. If you choose not to get a Premium subscription, you can still access all of this content for free.
The main distinction between the two subscriptions is the customization aspect. The Premium subscription is a lower price point for those who just want an ad-free experience, and Dinner Prep Pro is for those who want meal planning software. Some people opt to buy both subscriptions as they still want to access the blog ad-free (we do have bonus ebooks as well with this subscription) but they also want a meal planning tool.
Hope that helps clarify a few things 🙂