It’s Time: the Logos 5 Upgrade Sale Ends Today

SocialShare_612x612_4This is it. You have just a few hours left.

At midnight tonight (Pacific time), the Logos 5 upgrade sale ends forever.

If you stay on the fence any longer, you’re going to miss your last chance to get upgrade discounts on Logos 5. But if you upgrade right now, you’ll get the very best deal on Logos 5 you can.

Upgrade to Logos 5 right now, before it’s too late!

You’ll never have a better chance to upgrade

You know about Logos 5’s powerful study tools, sophisticated datasets, and valuable resources. You know you’re eligible for Dynamic Pricing—which means you won’t pay twice for books you already own—and for an additional custom upgrade discount. You know that today’s your very last chance to upgrade before your discounts expire.

So why are you on the fence?

You’re not sure you want more books

Buying books is a gesture of self-improvement. It means, I want to know this, I want to understand this, I want to be someone who’s read this. Trouble is, with print books, it’s often just that—a gesture. Who among us hasn’t bought a print book with the best intentions, and then left it unread on the shelf?

Logos books are different. Your whole library is connected: words link to dictionaries, commentaries link to Scripture, lexicons link to primary sources. This means that a large library is exponentially more valuable. It also means that you learn from all your books. Those titles you haven’t read? They’ve been showing up in your search results, lending context in the Timeline, populating your Topic Guide—you’ve been learning from them all along.

If you buy print books and never get around to reading them, you learn nothing. If you invest in Logos editions, though, you immediately start learning, even if you never read them all cover to cover.

Don’t limit your knowledge and growth: upgrade to Logos 5 before your discount disappears.

You’re not sure about budgeting

If you’re like a lot of people, you want Logos 5 and you want your upgrade savings (who wouldn’t?), but you’re not sure you want to budget for an entire base package right now. The solution? An interest-free payment plan, which lets you claim your discount before it expires, start using Logos 5 today, and set up the payment schedule that’s right for you.

On an 18-month plan, for example, Gold costs less than $100/month—and that’s before your Dynamic Pricing and upgrade savings!

You’ll be kicking yourself tomorrow if you let this deal expire. Don’t let your budget keep you from deeper Bible study: lock in your savings with a payment plan, and then handle budgeting on your own terms.

You’re still not convinced

Well, by now, you know an awful lot about Logos 5. We won’t try to tell you more. Instead, we’ll let real people describe their experience with it:

It was either go back to school or buy Logos . . . the choice was an easy one. I now have Gold v5. My dad would say to me when I was young, ‘if the job is too hard, you don’t have the right tool.’ He was right. Logos is a great tool.

[Platinum] is enormous, [and it] allows one to peruse and select whatever’s needed to study, meditate, prepare for a sermon or Bible study . . . . Set up a monthly payment plan and enjoy the benefits. You won’t be disappointed, and it’s money well invested.

I have been with Logos for years and really thought the upgrade to Logos 4 was about as good as it could get. Wrong . . . Logos 5 is a significant upgrade and worth every penny. I went from Logos 4 Platinum to Logos 5 Diamond and couldn’t be happier. I love Logos 5.

Logos, I think you have really outdid yourself with Portfolio. I don’t know what could possibly top it . . . This software is the best Bible study application in the world. Thanks, Logos, for a great product.

People love Logos 5. You will, too.

And if you upgrade before midnight tonight, you’ll get it at the very best price.

Don’t let yourself miss this: upgrade to Logos 5 right now, before it’s too late.

 
P.S. Looking to talk through your options? Give us a call at 888-875-9491.

Comments

  1. “It was either go back to school or buy Logos …" and you chose Logos? What a sad choice and even sadder motivation to upgrade.

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