Have you tried to find pricing information on Noom.com? You probably weren’t successful, as Noom (14-day trial) require that you signup with your email address before they reveal the cost and monthly fees. Here are 3 things you must know about the cost of Noom.
1. How Much Does Noom Cost?
Noom is $1 for the first 14 days. If you choose to continue after the trial period, you will be billed $129 for the first four months ($32.25 per month, or $1.08 per day) on the 15th day.
Then, after the initial four month period ends, you’ll be billed $129 every four months unless you cancel.
That means the cost of Noom breaks down to:
- $1.09/day, $7.44/week, $32.35/month, $387/year
Here’s more about how Noom’s fees and pricing work:
2. How Joining Noom Works:
When you first go to Noom.com, you’ll see a very simple homepage featuring an offer to start a free 30-second evaluation:
When you complete the free evaluation, you are presented with an offer to start a 14-day trial. While it’s not free, they ask you to just, “pay what you think is fair.”
Obviously everyone chooses to pay $1 to get started! (Why pay more?) Then, after you click, “see my plan,” Noom will send you an email with a link to get started.
3. How to Avoid the $1 Signup Fee
Oh, look! If you join from the email, they waive the $1 fee! Just check your inbox, and you should have an email that looks like this:
Just click, “try for free,” and then you’ll enter your credit card info. if you choose to continue with Noom after 14 days, you’ll automatically be billed $129 for the first 4 months:
4. Is Noom Worth the Cost?
So, is Noom really worth it? Data shows us that most people don’t achieve their weight loss goals without a plan that includes structure, motivation, and accountability.
In deciding whether Noom is worth the investment of $32+ per month, first think about the value of personal coaching and support. These are real professionals, and they are there to guide you through your weight loss journey one small step at a time.
However, If you are part of the minority who enjoys “going it alone,” you can consider highly-rated WW which costs less.
If you do believe that Noom’s coaching and support adds significant value, then I recommend that you run it by your doctor and give Noom a shot. You can start with their free evaluation and 14-day trial.
If you do try Noom out, good luck, and thanks for stopping by PrettySweet.com!