Get Portfolio at Its Lowest Monthly Price!

Our Portfolio base package is a mammoth resource library. It isn’t just the most comprehensive collection we’ve ever offered—it’s the best way to get the largest collection of quality content at the lowest possible price. We’re talking about more than 1,600 resources, worth more than $30,000 in print (the equivalent of a brand new, fully loaded Honda Accord!), for a fraction of the cost.

We’re Making Portfolio the Most Affordable It’s Ever Been!

We are launching a special extended payment plan option to put Portfolio within your budget. When you call or email to purchase our largest base package (or upgrade from your existing one), we’ll extend our interest-free payment plan to 18 months—that’s savings of $65–$100 a month!

But I Already Own Platinum

Scholar’s Library: Platinum is a robust package that includes more than 1,200 resources worth almost $18,000 in print. So what do you get by upgrading from Platinum to Portfolio?

Here’s a sample of some of the amazing content added to your library with an upgrade from Platinum to Portfolio:

As you can see, with Portfolio, you have the tools you need for academic-level study and research. If you’ve been mulling over purchasing or upgrading to Portfolio, now’s your chance. There’s never been a better time to invest in the largest library we’ve ever offered.

Our extended Portfolio payment plan for is only available through our sales team—call us 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (PDT) at 1-800-875-6467, or email us at sales@logos.com. Order now!

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One Response to “Get Portfolio at Its Lowest Monthly Price!”

  1. Gary Baker July 18, 2012 at 10:50 am #

    I love the little bit of Logos software I have. But after my last experience with a payment plan I will not likely ever do that again. I was excited to be able to purchse Boice’s commentaries at special with a payment plan too. It was perfect for me. I ordered online, but the entire amount was drafted from our account at once. I was promised that the error could be rectified but it never was. Really hurt us. Moral of story, if your going to use the payment, do it by phone not online. Or better yet, just set aside the amount of the monthly payments each month until you can pay in full.