‘Sister Wives’ Fans Shocked At Meri Brown’s New Business Fees

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Sister Wives fans are shocked at the price of Meri Brown’s new business that she just launched on Monday, May 6th. It is called Worthy Up and it was billed as a motivational space when she first announced it. Now that it is live, fans have been eager to check it out. Yet, what they saw was not what they expected. Keep reading for more details.

Sister Wives Fans Shocked At Meri Brown’s New Business Fees

Meri Brown is no stranger to being called out for overcharging. She has done two retreats at her B&B, Lizzie’s Heritage Inn. They were extremely pricey, ranging from $4K to $6K and only a handful of participants could stay at the inn. Her second retreat did not go as planned, likely due to the prices and what was offered. Fans have a newfound respect for Meri, especially now that she has left Kody Brown and is a free woman. Yet, paying thousands for a retreat with her that was somewhat all over the place was not feasible.

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Meri Brown-YouTube

Now,  she has launched Worthy Up and, with that, there is her new site explaining prices and details. There are three packages starting at $150 and going as high as $600. The highest one, also known as the “Impact Membership,” has more discounts on events, 2025 renewal, and a gift from Meri. After seeing the prices, fans were not happy and started a Reddit thread. The OP wrote this:

  • Meri & her new Worthy Up – selling Memberships for a partial year $150-$600. Wow! Do people really want to buy membership access to stuff like this?


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After learning the prices and how much Meri Brown was charging, were other Sister Wives fans shocked? Or, do they know how Meri operates at this point?

  • The last person I’d see worthy enough to give me advise or instructions is the first wife of a polygamists.
  • What. Does. The membership. Do?
  • What I want to know is, what are her qualifications for running this group?
  • She couldn’t pay ME $600 a year to listen to her fake toxic positivity bullsh*t

Not Buying It-Literally

As much as Meri Brown believes in what she is selling, most followers cannot subscribe to this. She may have evolved over time since she left Kody Brown but that was not enough. They recalled how long she was in a toxic marriage where she was shoved to the side. Kody outwardly said he was not in love with Meri and yet she proceeded to stay. More so, she did not show that she was a strong woman and fans cited that. Now, she is on this strength kick and they are not buying it, especially at these prices.

Do you think Meri can evolve her brand to something worthy in the long run? Or, does she have a lot of work to do? Finally, would you pay the fees or should she lower the prices until she sees how well Worthy Up does? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Amanda Lauren

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