You know we’re absolutely obsessed with our Yoto Player. Make that. . . Yoto PlayerS since we now own 3 of them.
And every time I talk about them, I get asked about Yoto Club and if it’s worth it.
Well, you know I can’t ever resist a little research into things like this, so in December, I signed up for an annual membership.
The cost of Yoto Club is $9.99 per month or $99 per year (which works out to $8.25 per month and is a 21% discount over doing it month-to-month).
The original reason I signed up for Yoto Club was because I was ordering some cards and the shipping was absurd ($10 for one pack of cards). You CAN get free shipping if you spend over $50, but I wasn’t buy that many cards.
Suddenly, the idea of paying $9.99 for a month of Yoto Club and getting free shipping on my order, PLUS 10% off my order AND two free Yoto cards felt like a no brainer.
So, if you’re making any sort of order from Yoto, it very likely makes sense to sign up for Yoto Club first and then make your purchase because you’ll get that 10% off and free shipping, plus the membership cards.
Anyway, if you’re curious about the Yoto Club cards, here’s how that works.
Every month, around the 20th, they’ll release the list of the cards for the following month.
They’ll have two cards that are the default pick – they’ll be new to Yoto so you’ll be guaranteed not to have them already.
If you do nothing, those are the two cards you’ll get.
BUT they also have 8 other options (some new, some bestsellers) and you can swap out which two you want by the end of the month. There is usually a good range of cards for different ages, from the littlest listeners to older listeners, a combination of stories and music and more interactive cards, and I feel pretty confident that there will be at least two cards every month that I’m interested in.
Then, in the middle of the next month, they’ll ship out to you and voila! Two more Yoto Cards for your collection.
It’s pretty straightforward and with the annual membership, it means you’re getting cards for $4.13 each. With a monthly membership, they’ll be $5.00 each which is also excellent savings, since many of the cards are more like $8-10 each.
Any questions about how the Yoto Club works? I’m happy to answer!
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