Is Erin Condren Worth the Price? | #PlanWithPolishland

Happy Saturday! Today I have a new #PlanWithPolishland post for all of you, and I am really excited about it. I’ve been using my Erin Condren Life Planner for a little over two months now, and I am really loving it. I can honestly say it’s helped me make a change in my life, and I’m so glad I invested in it. You can learn more about the planner I purchased HERE, but today I want to talk about whether or not the Erin Condren Life Planner is worth the money. A standard 12-month Life Planner costs $50, and that price tag sounds quite expensive at a first glance. Let me show you how the Erin Condren breaks down in terms of cost, and share my thoughts on whether I think it is worth the price.

Is Erin Condren Worth the Price? | #PlanWithPolishland


First and foremost, let’s break down the price of the Erin Condren Life Planner (“ECLP”). For this post I will be basing my numbers off of the 12-month Ready to Ship Life Planner purchased by a first-time Erin Condren customer. If you are debating about whether or not the ECLP is for you, I’m assuming you are a first time purchaser. If not, these numbers will need to be adjusted a bit, but you are still getting a fantastic deal! The ECLP retails for $50.00, and shipping is $9.95. However, you can receive a $10 off coupon for your first Erin Condren purchase by signing up for a free Erin Condren account using my referral link HERE. Once you create your free account, you will receive an email with your coupon code. Your $59.95 purchase is already down to $49.95!

Is Erin Condren Worth the Price? | Freebies with Every Ready to ShipNext up, let’s take a look at all of the freebies and accessories included with every Ready to Ship Life Planner! These add up to a retail value of $22.70!

  • Perpetual Calendar – $5.00 [LINK]
  • Party Pops Snap-In Bookmark – $4.00 [LINK]
  • 3 Compliment Cards – $1.50 [LINK]
  • Do-it-All Dots Sampler Sheet – $0.67 [LINK]
  • 1 CoilClip Connecter – $0.58 [LINK]
  • Coupon for a FREE Cover – $10.95 [LINK to the cover design I chose]

Is Erin Condren Worth the Price? | Freebies with First PurchaseYour first order from Erin Condren will also include two additional freebies! They have a retail value of $20.87.

  • Coupon Code – $10.00
  • 10 Gift Labels – $10.87 [LINK]

Is Erin Condren Worth the Price? | Sticker & PostcardIf you’ve been keeping track, so far all of the freebies and accessories add up to a total retail value of $43.57. Every Erin Condren Life Planner purchase also comes with a free sticker and postcard. I would estimate the value of these goodies at about $1.00-1.50. That makes the total amount of freebies included worth $45.00! That is an excellent investment considering you only paid $49.95 out of pocket!


Of course, the price of the Erin Condren means nothing if the quality of the planner isn’t good. Take it from me – the quality is amazing. The covers are very sturdy and laminated, and snap in and out of the planner easily. The pages are very thick and sturdy as well. The tabs included on the side for separating the months are also laminated, so I haven’t had any issues with those bending or getting damaged. Finally, the coil is very strong, too – it doesn’t bend or get messed up like regular notebooks. As you can see, the quality is top notch!

In the end, I think the Erin Condren Life Planner is 100% worth the price so long as you are going to use it! Make your planner your new best friend, and it will treat you well. After just two months of using my planner, I find that I am more organized than ever. I immediately add appointments, bills, and events to my planner, and that way I never forget about them. I also use the notes pages for shopping lists, and the monthly calendar to track my blog and YouTube posts. I am so happy I finally made the investment in an Erin Condren Life Planner. If you’ve been thinking about it, DO IT! You will not regret it.

Do you use an Erin Condren Life Planner? Tell me how in the comments or use #PlanWithPolishland on social media!



  1. Joanne says:

    I love the idea of an ECLP, and they are soooo gorgeous, but my issue with them is the size. They’re just too big! I currently use an A5 planner and it’s perfect to throw in my bag and take with me.

    • Adventures in Polishland says:

      Do you mean thickness-wise? The ECLP is a bit hefty, but it’s a 7×9 so it’s smaller than the average printer paper. I don’t find it too big for my bag, but for a normal purse it would be.

      • Joanne says:

        I meant size wise, my current one is 5×8 and it works for me. I’m not too worried about thickness, I like hefty 🙂 Do you have any problems with pen bleeding? Is the paper nice and smooth? I’m really considering buying one, but since I live in Australia, once I figure in postage and the exchange rate I’m looking at about AU$100

        • Adventures in Polishland says:

          Regular pens work great – no bleeding. The pages are thick and smooth. A Sharpie bleeds through, but I use that to write on stickers. I definitely recommend the investment if you plan on using it!

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