Tarot.com has been around since 1995 and offers a stellium of online spiritual services, including tarot, astrology, and I-Ching. It’s a membership site, and thus, most of the things on their websites, including tarot.com, aren’t free. If you sign up, you get 20 free karma coins to use on their website for various tarot readings.
Thus, the daily reflection free reading isn’t actually a free reading. You get to choose three cards without signing up for the service, but you can’t choose or read any more of them unless you become a member.
After you become a member, you can write a question, choose your cards, and choose from just about every tarot deck currently in publication, including popular ones like the Archeon and Deviant Moon tarot.
The full free reading costs you 60 karma coins, which means you have to buy an additional 40 karma coins. This feels a bit like a rip-off, especially since there are so many other places to get full readings with better interpretations, for free. The interpretations are fine, but considering how big and expansive tarot.com is, one would expect more from this reading even if you do buy it. Perhaps this is just fine for someone who doesn’t actually want any advice. This isn’t for someone who wants help in the moment, since the return isn’t worth the investment. However, as a taste of what tarot.com offers, this may be enough to whet a new customer’s appetite for more.
- Tarot Shuffle does a full celtic spread, even if you can only read three for free.
- Tarot Shuffle uses just about every deck in publication today, allowing you to choose from any one of them.
- Tarot Shuffle gives you twenty free karma coins if you sign up.
Tarot Shuffle doesn’t actually offer a full free reading, which is a letdown and deceptive.