Babbel Coupon: Lifelong Subscription to Learn Languages for €87 (Instead of €72/Year)


With Babbel you can learn 14 new languages online (with your desktop, tablet or smartphone). Usually Babbel charges about €72 a year for their subscription. However, right now, you have the chance to get a lifelong subscription for only US$95 (~€81). If you want to use Babbel for more than 15 months, this deal is worth it for you.

Usually Stacksocial charges US$159 (~€135). Right now, you will receive 40% on all apps and software with the following voucher:

40% Stacksocial Coupon ✄ show & open
The coupon code is:
Valid until December 4, 2019 for all apps & software

Just enter the voucher code in your shopping basket and use PayPal as your payment source (otherwise additional taxes will be added):

Tip: Don’t use Paypal’s automatic currency conversion but let PayPal charge your credit card in US dollars. PayPal’s currency exchange rate is pretty bad.

Babbel Coupon
Lifelong subscription for US$95 (~€81)

The lifetime subscription is only available to new customers. If you already have a Babbel subscription or account, you cannot use this license to upgrade.

After the purchase, you will receive a voucher code. You will have to register a new Babbel account via Stacksocial’s redemption link. After that you need to redeem the voucher. Your lifelong subscription is confirmed subsequently.


After redeeming the voucher code, an expiry date of 3 years will be shown in your account details. Don’t get confused by that. This is apparently a bug Babbel is working on already. From December on you will see lifelong subscription in your account details.

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  1. Markus Eugster says:

    Aber was kann mir dieser Buble bringen? Ich bin ganz und gar schlächt im Lernen der fremden Sprache!

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