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    03-23-2012, 07:08 PM
It would be a hell of a lot cheaper to buy a monthly membership to "Giddup Flix" for $11.

Then you don't have to buy all the crap and do the super secret handshake to get on the ultra secret members website and buy everything at the "discounted" super special price.

They have a huge even if you decide that CA isn't your cup o' tea, then there is a lot more to choose from.
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    03-23-2012, 07:59 PM
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I'm not a member and am not defending the prices as I think they are too high as well.
But.... with the discount a person could join for only 12.50 a month and get to watch waaayyyy more than just 4 single dvd's a month. As many as they want I think.
I checked the horse video rent site and I think each "level" only allows so many rentals per month, like only 4 for the $11 or $12 monthly fee . Plus I'm in PA they are in CA... lots of lost shipping time for me and they only send 1 single DVD at a time no matter what you are trying to view, not a series or set.
Even so I am considering joining beacuse they carry some of the things that interest me.
Anyway, just wanted to pass along the discount info for anyone who is looking at the NWC.
    03-23-2012, 08:10 PM
How do you get the 12.50 a month? If its only that then I will probably join
    03-23-2012, 08:20 PM
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$199/yearly price ...according to advertisement and website

- $50 coupon
= $149/year
Divide by 12 months
= $12.41 per month

Forgot to mention the extra 15% off entire purchase
    03-23-2012, 08:31 PM
That doesn't sound so bad....

I like the Giddup Flix because it has a huge variety of DVDs. But it is not so many DVDs per month, it is how many you can have at a time. But I see your point about the shipping time...a huge disadvantage, definitely!
    03-23-2012, 08:49 PM
If anyone has RFD tv, you can see the big name trainers on there too. Try utube, lots on there as well. There are many capable trainers on there that aren't trying to sell you anything.
    03-23-2012, 08:54 PM
A gal took one of my horses to a Parelli instructor clinic. At the end of it, the instructor announced that in future, one had to be a member in order to sign up for a clinic. No one showed any interest for the following year. That was a Parelli mandate, or his backers, with no regard as to the consequences to his instructors. The clinics were expensive enough with adding the cost of membership.
    03-23-2012, 08:55 PM
The no worries club is worth way more then the $20 a month. You have access to videos, journals, other members with experience. You also get a new DVD every month and the journal. Plus free tickets to his tours. I'm very glad I joined last year.

If you haven't tried something please don't bash it. I agree his stuff is pricey, but you get what you pay for. (The knock offs break more easily and don't work as well) Any of the other trainer's products cost money too.
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    03-25-2012, 07:46 PM
The no worries club is GREAT. My roomate is a member which is awesome ! There are so many videos and information. If you like CA and want to use his methods I would join.
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    03-25-2012, 07:59 PM
I actually REALLY like it. You get monthly DVDs with really nice information. We had some reined cowhorse, dealing with a bucking horse, foals, starting colts, trick training, etc. They're not short either, they're a good two hours long. I really like them.
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