> This should get me exactly 3 months later and also checks for if its a

No, it won't on leap years, or during daylight savings time changes, etc.

Don't try to do the year/month calculation yourself.

Let PHP do it for you, and it will be correct.  Every time.

$threemonths = mktim(0, 0, 0, date("m") + 3);

ACTUALLY, it would be even EASIER to use SQL to do this.  Presumably MySQL
will let you use things not unlike...

where registation_date + '3 months' <= now()

You're probably better off storing a registration_date and an interval than
the deadline.  Then, if you decide to extend everybody's 3 month freebie to
4 months, it's easy.

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