Get a Free Trial for Epic Without Giving Your Credit Card Information
Epic is a platform where kids can access thousands of books, videos, and audiobooks, all from the convenience of home and the comfort of their computers. Is it worth signing up for a subscription?
Before you're ready to commit, you may want to check out a free trial. However, once you've entered all of your information, you may find yourself getting charged for your Epic subscription automatically–and the entire point of signing up for the free trial is that you're not yet ready to make that kind of commitment.
Fortunately, DoNotPay can help you sign up for an without getting charged automatically when the trial expires.
Does Epic Offer a Free Trial?
Epic offers several that are designed to make books more accessible to kids. Many of those free options are available when kids want or need them most.
|Epic Basic provides students with one free book each day, every day that students log in. Those books do not add up over time, but they can make a single book accessible for students to read after school hours.
|For educators and their students, Epic School is available for free during school hours, Monday through Friday. Those hours are between 7 am and 3 pm local time.
|Epic Free is available for students to read for two hours per week, after school hours. It is available after 4 pm local time, Monday through Friday, for students who want to dive in, keep up the momentum they might have gained at school, or just lose themselves in new reading material for a few hours.
How Can I Get a Free Trial Through Epic?
In order to sign up for free access to Epic, you'll need to start by deciding which service you want to try out. You can sign up through:
- Your email address
Simply go through the steps to sign up for a free account and select the type of account that works for you. You will get access to the basic features offered through Epic, which can make it easier to determine whether you want to sign up for the full version. With the free options, you will not be able to access these three things:
- Unlimited books
Does Epic's Free Trial Automatically Renew to a Paid Subscription?
No. Epic's free platforms are not just a 30-day trial or other temporary access to the platform. Instead, Epic allows interested parties to take a look at what Epic has to offer by exploring free access alternatives.
Try Out Epic Unlimited Without Automatic Renewal
Do you want to check out the full, extended version of Epic without having to worry about automatic renewal when the first month is up? Do you want to sign up for now, but not want your card to get charged automatically after your initial subscription?
DoNotPay's virtual credit card can help prevent you from forgetting to cancel your initial subscription, which means that you won't get charged unexpectedly. You can use this virtual credit card to sign up for the service.
- DoNotPay will generate a random number and credit card information that you can use to sign up for the service.
- When the time comes to renew, Epic can't automatically charge your card–because there's no money on the card.
- You'll get unsubscribed automatically (or can go in and manually update your payment information, if you want to continue using the platform).
Why Use DoNotPay's Virtual Credit Card to Sign Up for Epic
Many people forget to cancel their subscriptions when they no longer use them, especially if they're charged automatically. You may find yourself with unexpected charges on your credit card and a battle to fight before you can get those funds refunded, even if your child is no longer using Epic or you prefer to swap down to one of the free versions.
DoNotPay's virtual credit cards make the process easier. You can simply rely on the lack of funds on the card to cancel the paid subscription for you, which means you can feel more confident about trying it out for a period of time without having to worry about long-term costs.
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Are you ready to sign up for an Epic subscription without worrying about automatic payments? Want to try out that free trial or short-term membership worry-free? Check out our free trial tool today.