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If you have a Cricut machine, you might be wondering about Cricut Access. Is it worth it? Why do you need this monthly subscription? I thought I would dive in today and explain the ins and outs of the membership and how to decide if it is right for you. You might find that it is totally worth it or you might find that this one isn’t for you. Either way, I hope this comparison helps a bit!
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I thought I would make this entire thing into a video for you. Sometimes it is easier to just watch a quick video then read through a long post.
So, as you can tell it isn’t really cut and dry. The answer to this question all depends on what you are going to do with your Cricut machine and how much you will use it. Cricut Access can be a great deal for some but for others it is totally not worth it. Weighing your options is the smartest strategy. You can check out the comparison chart below as well to sum up everything from the video.
In summary, a Cricut Access membership is best for the following types of Cricut users:
- those that love Cricut fonts and want them all!
- those that use a ton of images from the Cricut library.
- shoppers that love Cricut.com for all of their supply and machine needs.
- those that use a ton of licensed images and fonts.
- those that want TONS of super quick and easy projects from their machine!
Do you fit under one of these profiles? Then by all means, pick a Cricut Access membership that will work for you and get started creating. I am sure you won’t regret it!
If you do decide to try out a membership, please click here and purchase. If you have further questions about Cricut Access, feel free to ask them below.
One small note for those that are bloggers or sell online, with a Cricut Access membership it is super easy to create content right in Cricut Design Space for your audience and share the link. This gives them instant access to your design. The membership opens up a whole library of free images that you can use for this purpose. Just an extra note for those that may fall into this category and need an extra nudge!
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