Restrict Content Pro Review 2019

by Adam @ WPCrafter   |   Last Updated: July 30, 2019

Restrict Content Pro is a membership plugin for WordPress based websites. It will allow you to secure and sell content and includes a number of add-ons to cover most requirements.

Current Pricing: $99 – $249

Ease Of Use

10/10

This membership plugin is so easy to use that literally anyone will be able to set it up.

Price / Value

8/10

While I would like to see a plan that is full-features and less than $200, the amount of flexibility and power is nearly unrivaled.

Support

8.5/10

Support is what you would expect from a premium-priced membership plugin.

Restrict Content Pro Pros

  • Offers Lifetime Pricing Option
  • Support Many Payment Gateways
  • WooCommerce Integration *HUGE*
  • Reporting Dashboard
  • Dedicated Support Team

Restrict Content Pro Cons

  • Most Will Need The $249 Plan Or $499 Lifetime Plan
  • Lacks Integrated Affiliate System

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There are currently no active Restrict Content Pro Coupon or Restrict Content Pro Discounts available. There may be a coupon discount coming up on Black Friday though. Subscribe to be notified.

Restrict Content Pro Review: Wrap Up

Restrict Content Pro is a serious plugin to consider using for your membership website. Sadly many basic features are only available in the $249 per year package. Now if you are a web developer, and are going to use RCP on many websites, this cost is not that big of a deal, but if you just need it to power 1 website, it may be expensive.

One of the interesting things is that this is just about the only reliable membership plugin for WordPress that still offers a lifetime plan.

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5 thoughts on “Restrict Content Pro”

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    One thing I noticed that wasn’t immediately obvious and something I assumed would be a standard feature is that you can’t charge tax (such as VAT) on members payments.

    I think most membership sites will at least aspire to earning enough from their site that they NEED to pay tax even if they start with a low enough income to avoid it at first.

    Unless I’ve misunderstood something this may be a deal breaker for some people myself included.

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