How Much Does Sky Blue Credit Repair Cost?

Written By Jeff Hindenach
Last updated December 20, 2022

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December 20, 2022

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Reader question: I want to sign up for Sky Blue, how much does it cost for the whole thing?

Answer: Good question. Sky Blue Credit Repair is actually one of the cheapest credit repair services around, which is nice if you are just looking for a straightforward credit repair service. Unlike other credit repair services, which cost from $80/month to over $100/month, Sky Blue Credit Repair doesn’t offer any crazy bells and whistles like credit report monitoring, identity theft protection services or other add-ons that you may not want. Services like and Lexington Law do. That doesn’t mean they aren’t effective at what they do, which is credit repair. SkyBlue is actually one of the most reliable credit repair companies around.

SkyBlue charges a $79 initial fee that helps set up your account, and then charges $79/month after that. So how much does it cost total? It depends on how long you use the service. Usually, credit repair services say that they can repair your credit within 6 months. If you use Sky Blue Credit Repair for 6 months, it would be $414.

There are a couple of exceptions. First, if you decide to sign up your spouse or partner, they get a 50% discount on SkyBlue, making the total for two people $621 for 6 months. Also, SkyBlue has one of the best guarantees for credit repair service. They will refund your money if you are not satisfied for any reason within 90 days of signing up for the service.

If Sky Blue isn’t what you are looking for and you need a good alternative, Credit Saint is a good option and is only $79.99 a month.

If you are interested in Sky Blue and would like to check out the service, click here or call (888) 534-1510 to talk to a live person. (Reader tip: Call between 9-5 M-F EST.)

About the Author

Jeff Hindenach

Jeff Hindenach is the co-founder of Simple. Thrifty. Living. He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism. He has a long history of financial journalism, with a background writing for newspapers such as the San Jose Mercury News and San Francisco Examiner, as well as writing on personal finance for The Huffington Post, New York Times, Business Insider, CNBC, Newsday and The Street. He believes in giving readers the tools they need to get out of debt.

  • I am at the point I am trying to get my credit straight and I really need help, I wanted to know how it works.

    • Generally, Trudy, credit repair services will take a look at your credit reports and give you a plan of action on where they think progress can be made. Once you agree to the plan, they’ll take the steps needed to try and repair your credit. Keep in mind that not all negative information can be removed, but credit repair agencies like Sky Blue have experience in finding the legal ways to raise your credit score. Hope that helps.

  • Is there a minimum amount of time that you have to remain that signed up with these credit repair sites or is it just month to month?

    • No minimum time, each of the services we review on our site are all month-to-month, so you can cancel at any time.

  • You ask for three credit reporting websites, to log in to?

    Where do i go for that?

    And is giving my info log in to a company safe?

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