Hey, guys I know that there are often free premium codes for Grammarly around, but if you miss them or if they do not work, you'll need a workaround. This method is based on Grammarly's referral system. If you invite a friend and he installs the browser extension, both of you get one week of premium for free. If you invite two friends, the weeks accumulate and you get a week two times, therefore two weeks. Easy as that. What you have to do: If you're logged in at Grammarly's homepage, go to https://www.grammarly.com/referral?page=extension At the bottom of the page, there should be a box with "your invite link". Copy that one. Open up another browser where you're not logged in with your Grammarly account. I use Firefox as my main browser so I opened up Chrome to do it. After that, you simply navigate to your invite link. Grammarly should have a box at the top of the website at this moment, telling you that you've been referred. Simply follow the instructions, install the browser extension and create an account. You do not even need a valid mail address because you get the free week without validating the mail. If you want more time, simply log out (you'll be logged out in the browser extension as well) and clear your cache (in chrome cmd + h and you should find it on the left side). Visit your invite link again and repeat. You do not even have to reinstall the extension. I just did it three times, didn't take longer than 5 minutes and that's the result: In my opinion that's a really easy way to get a few weeks of premium for free and I've not read about it here yet I'm sorry if that's not the perfect subforum, but I found Copywriting to be the most fitting. If mods got a better idea, feel free to move.