3 Reasons Everyone Wants a Bundle

You’ve probably heard about our 19 new book bundles. Full of key titles across all your favorite disciplines, they’re one of the simplest, most valuable ways to start studying what you love.

Let’s take a closer look at why bundles are so valuable.

1. You can choose the topics you love

If you’re looking for a specific study topic, you have 19 different choices. Are you looking to specialize in language studies? Pick up Greek and Hebrew bundles. Want to augment your library with ministry resources? How about a Pastoral Leadership or Counseling bundle? With so many to choose from, you’re bound to find the right collection for your library. Or, if you would rather round out your library, get a Master Bundle, full of every resource from all 19 individual bundles.

2. You save up to 85%!

Through the end of our Christmas sale, you can save up to 75% off individual title prices—or, with a Master Bundle, up to 85%! On top of that, you’ll get a discount for any books you already own. This means if you already own resources in a bundle, you’ll get a deal tailored to your existing library. Don’t wait—prices double after January 2, 2013, when all bundles revert to their regular prices.

3. Your bundles are compatible with Logos 5

From the improved Passage Guide to the sophisticated Clause Search, now you can explore your favorite disciplines with Logos 5’s innovative features. There’s no overlap between the bundles and the base packages—even if you’ve already upgraded to Logos 5, you’ll get hundreds of additional books at near–base package discounts.

Bundles: a valuable addition to your library

These are just three reasons why bundles are such a valuable supplement to your Logos library. Don’t wait—bundle prices double at the end of the day on January 2. You don’t have much more time to get hundreds of new books at rock-bottom prices!

Comments

  1. It would be nice to see some content for pentecostal bible colleges so that I could buy a bundle that actually sat well with my studies instead of pot luck as it is now