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How much does Noom cost?

If you’ve tried to find out how much Noom costs and haven’t been able to find information on their website, you are not alone! Noom requires people to give their email address before they will show them the monthly cost of the service.

So, we’re here to save you some time. Here are a few things you should know about the pricing for Noom.

1. Cost to Join

When you sign up for Noom, you begin a free evaluation. Once you’ve completed that evaluation, you’ll be shown an offer to start a 7 – 14 day trial.

This trial isn’t typically billed as free. Rather, they’ll ask you to pay what you think is a fair price.

There are a few pricing options, going as low as one dollar. So, of course, most people will pick the $1 option. When you click on the “see my plan” button Noom will email you with a link to the plan and you’ll be taken to a checkout screen.

There are some exclusive offers that will let you get started without paying a dollar, so you should use an exclusive free trial link if you can, so that you can get 14 days free Noom. When the trial ends, you will be billed.

That said, there are often times when Noom completely waives the trial fee, and you are able to try it for two weeks without any financial commitment.

2. Cost per Month

If you decide that you want to stick with the service after your trial ends you will be asked to subscribe.

The pricing, at the start of 2020, is set at $129 per four month period. You will be billed automatically for that first $129 and then you will be billed again every four months, unless you cancel.

There is a shorter subscription, of $59 per month, which is a good option if you aren’t sure how long you will be using the service, but if you work out the cost of the $129 per month service, that works out at $1.10 a day, or $7.70 per year.

That’s not bad for a diet service.

If you stick to the four month service, it works out at $387 per year. The cost of the monthly sub, over a period of a year, is almost double that.

Make sure that you cancel Noom before the next four-month billing period if you decide that you don’t want to keep it, so that you aren’t hit with a big bill on your card.

3. Cost of Food

Noom is a diet plan but it doesn’t supply food. They do, however, have a huge food list, which makes healthy grocery shopping easier than you might think.

You will be given grocery recommendations, and you will need to budget for the foods that you buy.

If you’re going from eating out at fairly ‘nice’ restaurants to meal prepping with food from the fresh produce aisles in your supermarket you might save money when you start using Noom.

If, on the other hand, you normally eat frozen microwave meals bought in bulk and you then start buying organic vegetables or pre-cut and packaged foods then you might find that you end up spending more.

It really depends on what you buy, and where you buy it from. Fresh fruit and veg, prepared at home, can be a good option for people who are on a budget, assuming that you have the time to cook them.

Summary: Is Noom Worth it?

Noom offers people accountability, structure and motivation. Whether it is worth the investment to you will depend on how much value you place on personal coaching and support.

The coaches are true professionals and they will help you to progress on your weight loss journey, one step at a time.

Noom doesn’t require a huge time investment to ‘use’, but even getting an hour or two per month of one to one support and personal ‘investment’ from a qualified coach can be a huge help for people who are struggling with their weight loss plans.

If you think that you would benefit from having that additional accountability, then Noom is well worth the money.

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