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On ScoreWatch now; Best/Cheapest Way to Get TU Score?

I'm seeing what appear to be two options:

 

1) Buy the TU score outright for $20, or

 

2) Subscribe to TU Quarterly Monitoring for $5/mo w/ 3 mos min

 

Am I missing something, or would it save me $5 to just subscribe to the quarterly ($15 total) and cancel it? In any case, is there a cheaper way to get the TU score?

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Re: On ScoreWatch now; Best/Cheapest Way to Get TU Score?


xi wrote:

I'm seeing what appear to be two options:

 

1) Buy the TU score outright for $20, or

 

2) Subscribe to TU Quarterly Monitoring for $5/mo w/ 3 mos min

 

Am I missing something, or would it save me $5 to just subscribe to the quarterly ($15 total) and cancel it? In any case, is there a cheaper way to get the TU score?



Yep, that's the cheapest. If you don't cancel, know that you can get 20% off future TU FICO reports in between the 3 months. Also, seems like there's a current promo going on. Seems like I saw something on the home page about a discount of some sort.

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Re: On ScoreWatch now; Best/Cheapest Way to Get TU Score?

Thanks for the response. Just found a discount code and did the one-time TU score for $16 and, while that's a dollar more than the three-month plan, I'm also not in danger of potentially forgetting to cancel in three months. :smileytongue:

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