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Not sure what language they’ll want? Don’t sweat it. They’ll get to choose once they get started. Or even better - you could give all 24 languages!

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Give the perfect gift in 3 simple steps

  1. Choose your gift

    Choose the subscription period you want to give above. A payment screen will pop up with an e-gifting card inside.

  2. Write your e-gifting message

    Fill in the gifting form with a personal message and include the email address of the intended recipient. The e-card and product details will be delivered to this address.

  3. Order now and give on Christmas day

    Finally, choose the date on which you would like your recipient to receive their gift. We recommend setting delivery date for the 25th of December, but you can choose any date up to 30 days after purchase.

Frequently asked questions

How does e-gifting work?
You can easily give Rosetta Stone as a gift using the e-gifting formula on our site. Simply tick the ‘This is a gift’ box on the payment screen. An e-gifting form will pop up where you can enter a personal message, enter the recipient's email and set the date on which you want them to receive their gift (up to 30 days after purchase).
Alternatively, you can just give the present by hand, sending the e-gift to yourself, but then printing out the access details and handing them over in a Christmas card on the big day.
No. There is no automatic renewal on subscriptions purchased as a gift.
Yes. If your recipient is not happy with their present, you will have the option to return it to us, up to 30 days after they receive their gift.
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