Have you been thinking of learning a new skill or fine-tuning your expertise in photography, cooking, or writing? This holiday, don’t miss out on MasterClass’ buy-one-get-one-free deal. The online education platform is offering a buy-one-get-one deal on its All-Access Pass, but hurry because this deal ends soon. The BOGO online course deal results in a savings of $180. If you’ve ever wished to learn to cook a dish with Gordon Ramsay, serve with Serena Williams, design with Anna Wintour, now is your chance.
Impress your friends this holiday break with a new skill. If you love to learn or you know someone who does, the best gift you can give (or receive) this holiday season is a MasterClass online course.
So what does an All-Access Pass actually mean? As you might have inferred, the pass provides access to every course in the MasterClass library. Now you don’t have to debate whether or not you’ll learn comedy from Martin Scorsese or Margaret Atwood; you can study with both of these legends.
More specifically, MasterClass offers courses in the following categories: Sports and Games; Film and TV; Music and Entertainment; Writing, Design, Photography, and Fashion; Culinary Arts; Politics and Society. The gift of education with MasterClass means perfecting your pitch with Shonda Rhimes, toning your basketball skills with Stephen Curry, and so much more.
There are more than 65 classes with hundreds of video lessons from some of today’s most brilliant and talented minds and it’s all available anytime, anywhere. Each class contains approximately 24 lessons and each lesson is broken down into digestible 12-minute videos. It’s available on iOS, Android, desktop, and Apple TV, so no matter how busy you are, you can easily squeeze in a viewing. Lessons can range from how to work with actors on set to learning how to push through roadblocks in your writing.
If you recently purchased a single class. For another $90, you can also upgrade to All-Access. If only colleges offered Cyber Monday deals like this. Register today!
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