Get the Library You Really Want with an 18-Month Payment Plan

You’ve heard about Logos 5, the savings available with the Custom Upgrade Discount Calculator, and the limited-time 15% discount we’re offering on all base package purchases and upgrades.

But you’re still daydreaming about getting Logos 5. Maybe you’d like to invest in a package like Diamond, but you’re not sure you can make the investment up front.

Stick to Your Budget with Logos Payment Plans

Logos payment plans are a helpful way of getting the base package you’ve had your eye on while spreading the payments out. You’ll never pay interest, either—just a $5 administrative fee per payment (to keep the accountants happy).

You have one chance to save the most cash on a base package: the first time you buy. So why let a one-time price keep you from saving on the library you’ll want later? The 15% introductory discount isn’t going to be around forever. There’s no better time than now to move to Logos 5.

What about an 18-Month Payment Plan?

For every purchase over $1,900, we’re offering an extended payment plan—take an extra six months to pay!

You’d have to make a $1,105 jump from Platinum to get Diamond in a one-time payment. But when you factor in an 18-month payment plan, Diamond costs just $10.62 more per month.* That’s 658 more books for just a few extra dollars per month—less than two cents more per book!**

Or maybe you want to purchase a copy of Gold and create a specialized library with three or four large topical book bundles or a Master bundle. As long as your purchase is over $1,900, you can spread the payments out over a year and a half.

It’s as easy as choosing the 18-month payment plan at checkout.

So get the Logos 5 base package you really want at the best price—use a budget-friendly,
interest-free payment plan today!

*This is an increase of $10.62 for an 18-month payment plan vs. the 12-month payment plan for Platinum.
**Your price may be different with Dynamic Pricing.

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