How It Works

How to use Turacoon in 4 easy steps!

If you are not a member of Turacoon, simply sign up by clicking the sign up button! If you have already had an account, log in to the system by entering your username and password!

Register
1. Register to system
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Go to the subscription page and choose the most suitable package for you! When choosing a package, you can determine the course length, how many hours per week you want and how many months your subscription will last. Turacoon is by your side with 64 different packages suitable for every need!
Subscription
2. Purchase a package
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As soon as you receive your package, your weekly reservation rights are assigned to your account! You can check which teachers are available in the system on the day and time you want, check their profile information and make reservations easily!
Reservation
3. Make an appointment
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In order to be able to connect to the live lesson, you must click on the "Join" button from the options opposite the reservation. This button becomes active five minutes before the lesson time. If the "Join" button is still not activated even though there is less than 5 minutes left to the lesson time, refresh your page and try to join again.
Join Lesson
4. Join lesson
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FAQ About How It Works

Yes. Turacoon is paid. Subscription fees vary according to the user's need and budget. You can view the fees for all subscriptions on Turacoon at subscription page
Turacoon has payment channels that allow you to pay from anywhere in the world. You can pay by credit card or debit card. It is also possible to pay by bank transfer or "Western Union".
Each lesson is booked separately at Turacoon. Whether you choose a teacher and take all your lessons from him, you can book each lesson with a different teacher.
You can find lessons 24/7 at Turacoon. However, course reservations must be made at least 12 hours before the course.
Yes. You can cancel your reservations 12 hours before the lesson time and book a new lesson instead.