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Cricut [cricut.com] has the Cricut Maker Machine on sale for $279.99 - extra $10 off when you sign up to receive emails (instructions below) = $269.99. Shipping is free.Instructions to receive unique $10 off promo code:
  1. If you do not see pop up to sign up for emails right click here [cricut.com] and open in new incognito window
  2. Enter email and click sign up
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shouthouse asked this question on 06-15-2021 at 01:13 PM
06-15-2021 at 01:13 PM
Yes they are, monthly. That's why the machines are being discounted now, no one wants them anymore

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Apparently the latest model is Maker 3. Anyone know the differences and if it's worth it to wait?
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Apparently the latest model is Maker 3. Anyone know the differences and if it's worth it to wait?
https://jennifermaker.com/cricut-...3-maker-3/

I think the difference is worth it.
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Are they still requiring a membership and whatnot?
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Quote from shouthouse :
Are they still requiring a membership and whatnot?
Yes they are, monthly. That's why the machines are being discounted now, no one wants them anymore
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Yes they are, monthly. That's why the machines are being discounted now, no one wants them anymore
I thought they reversed that completely in March.
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I thought they reversed that completely in March.
Maybe, my wife was charged in April and May. You don't need the subscription, but if you don't have one you can only have so many saved projects. Something like that, bunch of B.S. especially since they save to your hard drive and not their server. There are better cutting machine options. Cricuts are for the birds
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Maybe, my wife was charged in April and May. You don't need the subscription, but if you don't have one you can only have so many saved projects. Something like that, bunch of B.S. especially since they save to your hard drive and not their server. There are better cutting machine options. Cricuts are for the birds
Do you have one you can suggest? The monthly subscription keeps me from buying one.
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Maybe, my wife was charged in April and May. You don't need the subscription, but if you don't have one you can only have so many saved projects. Something like that, bunch of B.S. especially since they save to your hard drive and not their server. There are better cutting machine options. Cricuts are for the birds
I agree. Cricut moving to a subscription model is total garbage. I hope someone hacks these to run on an open source software. Heck, even their cricut design software is subpar to the free SVG editors out there.
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Do you have one you can suggest? The monthly subscription keeps me from buying one.
Sorry, I do not, I've been researching for the wife, but haven't made any decisions yet.
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I agree. Cricut moving to a subscription model is total garbage. I hope someone hacks these to run on an open source software. Heck, even their cricut design software is subpar to the free SVG editors out there.
That is not correct they didn't go through with the subscription requirement. You can do as many projects and uploads as you want for free.
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So since nobody is going to ask, what the heck is it?
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That is not correct they didn't go through with the subscription requirement. You can do as many projects and uploads as you want for free.
...for now they say.
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So since nobody is going to ask, what the heck is it?
You can make stickers or scrap book shit it's a design cutter basically
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That is not correct they didn't go through with the subscription requirement. You can do as many projects and uploads as you want for free.
Until a new breed of CEO takes over and it's voted in again. Yeah right… that's big business for ya. If they tried it once they'll try it again. Screw me once shame on you, screw me twice shame on me.
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