First off, there are three plans to choose from: Basic, Total Connect and Premier.
That being said, I’ve found on recent visits to e Harmony that they frequently run promotions that upgrade the Basic plan to Total Connect.
I actually couldn’t sign up for Basic even if I wanted to on my last visit as the only option was the free upgrade.
Not that this is bad, but you may experience the same thing.
e Harmony cost and subscription pricing are listed below with discussion on some of the differences in plans, specifically Basic, Total Connect and Premier.
It’s hard to see how much e Harmony costs unless you’re an official member…and since becoming a member involves a rather long personality profile test, I wanted to provide e Harmony prices to those intersted.
*Note on the 3 month e Harmony price: When I last checked, a promotion was running that reduced the e Harmony price for 3 months to .95/month (or .85 total).
Based on the fact that they quoted this as an 83% savings, that works out to about /month for the normal e Harmony cost.
In addition to those prices, e Harmony also has promotions (which you can find here) that give a discount for the longer-term subscriptions.
These are time-sensitive and therefore not always available but when they are you can save up to 20%.