Fender Play is the cheapest we’ve ever seen with this one-day-only deal - get a year’s worth of top-quality lessons for just $29

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We regularly herald Fender Play’s online guitar lessons as one of the best platforms out there, delivering expert tuition for new and existing guitar players. In an extraordinarily good deal, Fender has reduced the price of an annual subscription from $150 to just $29. That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen, but you’ll need to move quickly if you want to take advantage, as it’s a one-day-only deal. 

Fender Play Annual: Was $150, now $29

Fender Play Annual: Was $150, now $29
Exclusively for this year’s leap day, Fender is offering an annual subscription at a massive $121 discount. At just $29 it’s superb value for money, giving a year’s worth of some of the best guitar tuition for less than the cost of a family takeaway. Packed with regularly updated content and songs, the guided paths and lesson plans make it one of the best platforms for total beginners.

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Matt McCracken
Junior Deals Writer

Matt is a Junior Deals Writer here at Guitar World. He regularly tests and reviews music gear with a focus on guitars, amps, pedals, modelers, and pretty much anything else guitar-related. Matt worked in music retail for 5 years at Dawsons Music and Northwest Guitars and has written for various music sites including MusicRadar, Guitar Player, Guitar.com, Ultimate Guitar, and Thomann’s t.blog. A regularly gigging guitarist with over 20 years of experience playing live and writing and recording in bands, he's performed everything from jazz to djent, gigging all over the country in more dingy venues than you can shake a drop-tuned guitar at.