When it comes to Madden eBooks, you have a lot of options.  2 of the most popular Madden websites that cover tips, ebooks, and strategy guides are Madden-School.com and MaddenDaily.com.

In this article, we are going to compare and contrast the 2 websites, their products, and which is the right fit for you.

How Long Have They Been Around?

Madden School has been providing eBooks since 2008.  Madden Daily has been providing eBooks since 2013.  That gives Madden School a 5 year head start.

Advantage: Madden-School.com

What Do They Focus On?

Madden Daily focuses on weekly tips throughout the entire year.  Usually 3-5 tips per week for 52 weeks.  These plays are usually found in many different playbooks.  So you will always have some fresh new plays you can use but you will have to be willing to make a custom playbook or change your playbook up pretty often.

Madden School focuses on eBooks.  They usually release 6-8 eBooks per year.  Each eBook contains 25-40 plays and are all based out of individual playbooks.  That means that you will not have to constantly change playbooks.  You will also have a more complete offense and defense.  The downside is that the content isn’t released weekly.

With Madden School, you get 25-40 plays from the same playbook around once per month.  With Madden Daily you get 3-5 plays from various playbooks once per week.

Advantage: Tie

Cost and Pricing Structure

Madden Daily costs $8 per month.  Madden School costs $57 per year.  If you plan on maintaining your memberships the entire year, Madden Daily will cost $96 per year vs the $57 per year Madden School costs.

Madden School does occasionally offer coupons while Madden Daily does not.  The most recent coupon for Madden School gets you 20% off which brings the total yearly cost of Madden School down to about $45.  That coupon is “20off”

Advantage: Madden-School.com

Update Schedule

You know exactly what to expect every week from Madden Daily.  You will get a consistent 3-5 plays no matter what.  The quality of those tips will vary.  One week, you might get the best offense ever, the next week you might get pretty useless stuff.  That is one of the downsides of having such a set schedule.  Whether you have something good to share or not, you have to post something.  However, the good weeks more than make up for the bad weeks.

Madden School always releases high quality tips, but there isn’t any sort of update schedule.  One month they might release 3 ebooks with a total of 120 plays, another month they might release 0 ebooks.  It just depends on if they have anything they deem good enough to make an ebook out of.

Advantage: MaddenDaily.com

Free Tips and Strategies

Madden Daily focuses a lot on their Twitch.tv account and their YouTube channel.  They provide a lot of free gameplays and tutorials through those mediums.  If you watch some of their streams, you can pick up on money plays and some good defenses.

Madden School focuses more on their website.  With Madden School you know exactly what you are getting when you view their free tips.  Looking for an effective blitz out of the 3-4 Odd formation? You can easily search for that and find exactly what you are looking for.

Advantage: Tie

Customer Support

Madden School has by far the best customer support in the community.  That is where they really stand apart from other Madden websites.  Try emailing them with a question or leaving a comment on a tip they post.  From my experience, they will usually get back to you within an hour.

Madden Daily is good but not great with customer support.  It seems like sometimes they are more focused with themselves and them playing Madden than they are with you as a customer.  They aren’t bad by any means but they don’t come close to matching the support that Madden School offers.

Advantage: Madden-School.com

Overall Review

You really can’t go wrong with either of these websites.  There are lots of terrible Madden websites out there that you should stay away from but these are two of the best.

Madden School provides more bang for your buck, better tips, and a more complete experience.  The eBooks are laid out incredibly well, they have an iOS and Android App for their customers, and they seem to always be a few weeks ahead of everyone else in terms of finding the best new plays and schemes.  Their customer service is the best in the business.

Winner: Madden-School.com

What have your experiences been like with these 2 websites?  Sound off in the comments.


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