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Get $100 off a Babbel subscription and five chances to win flights for two

From 3/1 to 3/15, new users can get lifetime access to Babbel Language Learning plus 5 entries into our Are You Feeling Lucky giveaway.
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If you plan on booking a vacation soon, then you'll be thrilled to hear about a deal that could make your travels a whole lot easier. Right now, not only can you score $100 off a lifetime subscription to Babbel Language Learning, but you'll also get five entries into our "Are You Feeling Lucky" giveaway with a chance to win flights for two to anywhere (up to $5K value).

Babbel's excellent speech recognition technology helps to keep your pronunciation on point. And bite-sized lessons will ease into your daily routine with practice sessions that are only 10 or 15 minutes long. Plus, there are lessons at all skill levels on a wide variety of practical, real-world topics such as travel, family, travel, business, food and a lot more.

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Don't miss this chance to study 14 languages and earn five chances to fly anywhere in the world. New users can get a lifetime subscription to Babbel Language Learning for only $199, or $100 off.

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