Rosetta Stone offers a 10% year-round military discount for active duty, retirees, Veterans and National Guard members and reservists.
Does Rosetta Stone offer a military discount?
- YES! Rosetta Stone offers a year-round 10% military discount on language and literacy software programs.
- Active Duty Military of the US Armed Forces: Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, Space Force
- Military retirees
- Military veterans
- National Guard members and reservists
How do I qualify?
- Complete the Military Discount eligibility verification form through SheerID on the Rosetta Stone website. Proof of service is required to be eligible for the discount. Acceptable proof of military service includes:
- Military ID
- Active or expired
- State issued identification listing veteran status (i.e. driver’s license)
- DD214 (DOD discharge papers)
- Military ID
Does Rosetta Stone ship to APO/FPO addresses?
- No. The Rosetta Stone Language Learning Program is an a cloud-based computer program. Currently, the consumer purchases the language of their choice and receives a link to download the software, or create an account for the online subscription. With an online subscription, subscribers can log in to their account at any time to access their language learning program.
Additional Rosetta Stone Discount Details
- The discount is only available online. It is not available online or by phone or at any retail locations that sell Rosetta Stone.
What is Rosetta Stone?
- Rosetta Stone is a premium language and literacy education program that is offered via computer software. It began as CD-Roms, but the program is now available as an online subscription program or through downloadable links directly from the company.
- Rosetta Stone products include
- Lexia Learning literacy programs for grades PreK-12
- Professional language resources for global corporations
- Rosetta Stone Homeschool Program & Curriculum
- Languages available through Rosetta Stone include
More on Rosetta Stone
- Rosetta Stone was founded in 1992 by Allen Stoltzfus. Stoltzfus struggled to learn Russian and spent the 1980s searching for a new way to learn language through natural immersion using the latest technology. With the help of family members and the introduction of the CD-Rom, they developed a language learning method that included pictures and sounds in context, but offered no translation, becoming an innovative program that could be used for language learners of all ages.
- Rosetta Stone was originally named Fairfield Language Technologies, but in 2006, they officially renamed the global company after the signature product.
- Rosetta Stone offers products that help professionals learn new languages in the global business marketplace and has been used by more than 9,000 enterprise professionals.
- Rosetta Stone has online and offline learning access available on PCs, Macs, tablets, laptops, and mobile devices.
- Rosetta Stone is working with Indigenous groups around the world to preserve native languages, including the Chicksaw Nation, Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana, Iñupiat Tribe, Navajo Nation, and Nunatsiavut communities.