Daily, 3-day, 7-day and 15-day subscriptions?

What do you think if Zwift offers daily, 3-day, 7-day and 15-day subscriptions? For activities or people who do not want to play all month. For example, if it’s raining today Can’t go out and ride on the road. You can apply for a daily subscription to ride in zwift, etc.

Been suggested many many times and as recently as a few days ago.

Zwift have never commented on this and i doubt they will.

The economists out there have pointed out from a business sense it’s a bad idea.

Can’t see it happening.

You get 25km free per month but for your suggestion this wouldn’t help.


I think sometimes we don’t want to play monthly. For Thailand, the currency is 14.99, the conversion rate is higher. And sometimes we don’t want to play all month long. We want to play 2-3 days a week, or only on days when we can’t go cycling outside due to inclement weather.

If Zwift can be adjusted to be able to pay for 3 days, 7 days, it will be something that meets a lot of questions. Because most people in Thailand want something like this.

Do you cancel your subscription for some months of the year currently?

Or is it something you would do if you had the option?

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I think a daily pass might be an interesting idea, not for me as i pay year round, but could see people who don’t want to pay for summer but might want to just do a big event or two if zwift had something on.

price it at £2.99 for the day or something, put a few big events on during the summer and you might entice a few in to do them.

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I think this is the crux of the matter. There will be many folk who just pay a monthly subscription all year and don’t bother temporarily cancelling it, on the basis that they might dip in now and then. Zwift would lose all of that “unused” income if there was a cheaper option for those folk.

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That’s why i asked Colin. If the OP currently subscribes all year round then in reality it makes no sense for Zwift to offer the option.

Offering the option for daily or weekly almost incentives people to cancel.

depends how they price it.

think of nowtv one day sky sports passes, they are stupidly expensive but if you only ever want to watch a match every now and then it might be worth it. So make the one day option expensive enough that if you think you might do a few days you may as well just keep the monthly going but might be enough to entice someone who does cancel to ride one a one off basis.

but, like i said, i pay year round and that’s not going to change so i wouldn’t be the target audience for this.

I agree, because sometimes we don’t need to use it for a whole month or a year, sometimes we just need it for some days that we can’t go outside.

I agree with you.

Remember that you have (at least) 25km free each month. If you just want to do one ride then it can be of any length.

Now I use wahoo RTG instead. It’s free for 14 days and 12$ per month, which is a very good price. when have money gradually return to zwift