The Sale Everyone Is Talking About

Master Collection

When we launched the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) in the middle of December, we knew we were offering something amazing. It isn’t every day you are going to have the opportunity to pick up 2,010 titles for $1 a book. This is exactly what the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) offers—over $61,000.00 in print value at the insanely low price of only $2,010!

I spent some time on the Logos forum this morning enjoying the excitement of what forumite Ted Weis called “Logos Sale Influenza,” the affliction that keeps bringing you back over and over again to scroll through long list of sale titles.

The enthusiasm regarding the Logos Christmas sale—particularly the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.)—is quite apparent on the forums.

Many of the forum exchanges revolve around how many titles overlap between larger base packages, like Platinum, and the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.). When we put the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) together, we knew that many of you would already own some of the titles included in the collection. We pressed forward, however, completely convinced that—even if you owned half of the resources in the Master Collection—it was still a remarkable sale.

This is the conclusion that many of our power users are coming to as well.

One forum thread that caught my eye was Praiser’s thread, titled Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) A GREAT Bargain! Praiser had created a spreadsheet comparing the Portfolio Edition (with many add-ons) to the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.). I was struck by the fact that, not only did this spreadsheet (which is updated throughout the forum thread) represent hours of work, after all that work, Praiser ended up placing an order for the Master Collection.

Praiser’s logic was summed up in this quote,

“Here is a thought to consider. So if you only got 1,340 [new] resources from the collection at $2,010, that would be $1.50 per resource. Now if you think of those resources you really value (you know the ones on your “list”) that are included in the Collection, what would they cost you any other time of the year?”

Praiser is not the only one to come to this conclusion. When discussing the wisdom of purchasing the Master Collection vs. buying individual sale titles at 50% off, Logos forum MVP Matthew C Jones says,

“I have already come to the conclusion that 97% off is a better deal than 50% off. And yes, I do have a lot of duplication because I have Portfolio Edition and many extras added on (ie: B.B. Warfield, A.W.Tozer Collections.) So in reality Dan Pritchett is giving a better deal percentage wise to the “have-nots” thus enabling them to enjoy more resources. I don’t know the final savings % yet but I am already sold on the Master Collection because the resources I don’t yet have but will get FAR out distance a 50% sale price. That is enough to sway my decision.”

Keep in mind that both Praiser and Matthew C Jones have compared the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) with the Logos Bible Software 4: Portfolio Edition. The Portfolio package features 1,700 resources and is going to have the most overlap with the 2,010 titles available in the Master Collection. Even for the Portfolio owners, the Master Collection is a huge value. If you own any other base package, the savings and value in the Master Collection only goes up.

Now, more than ever, we are convinced that the Christmas 2010 Master Collection (2,010 vols.) is not only the largest collection we have ever offered, but the best deal as well. But this deal isn’t going to be around forever. Come Sunday, January 2, 2011, the sale ends. Trust us, you aren’t going to want to spend the rest of 2011 lamenting the fact that you missed out on this incredible bargain!

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3 Responses to “The Sale Everyone Is Talking About”

  1. Blair Laird December 28, 2010 at 3:37 pm #

    Is there any reason logos does not allow for an 18 month payment plan?

  2. Jayson Bradley December 29, 2010 at 9:48 am #

    Blair,
    That’s a great question. First of all, we had to set some kind of limit with the payment plan. If we had said that eighteen months was the longest payment plan we offered, there would have been people wondering why we didn’t offer a twenty-four month payment plan. In the end, with the time and costs associated with processing and following up on payment plans, twelve months seemed to make the most sense for us.

  3. Jason Rouleau December 30, 2010 at 8:01 am #

    I sure hope they have a 2011 offer at this value. I just bought the platinum software so it just was not in the budget. This is an amazing offer