How to Get a Book Bundle That’s Perfect for You

Buying books by the bundle gives you a lot of great books at a great price. But sometimes, you want to switch out a few books to make it the perfect bundle for your Logos library.

For a short time, you can build your own bundle from nearly 150 popular commentaries, reference works, and ministry helps. And the more you buy, the more you get.

Here’s how the pricing works:

  • Save 20% when you spend $100–$149.99
  • Save 30% when you spend $150–$249.99
  • Save 40% when you spend $250–$499.99
  • Save 50% when you spend $500 or more

Choose from over 100 books including individual volumes from The Anchor Yale Bible or the Focus on the Bible Commentaries (41 vols.).

For example, if you wanted to build a 10-book bundle about the Torah, here’s what you could get:

These 10 books give you a range of commentaries, biblical studies works, references, and more. Individually, you’d spend $323.90 on these books, but by building your own bundle, you’ll only spend $194.34. That’s 40% off, a savings of over $125.

What will you put in your book bundle?


Save up to 50% when you build your perfect book bundle today.


  1. Dr. George Gallant says

    Why is the cost of books so high when I can purchase the same books from Wordsearch for their software for almost half the price?

    • Karen Engle says

      Hi Dr. Gallant,
      Thank you for your question! When you purchase a resource through Logos, you’re purchasing the book and its integration to the many tools and features of the powerful Logos platform. Also, prices can fluctuate due to agreements and partnerships with publishers and publishing houses.

  2. I have recently read that people that own digital material really down own what they think they own. A hard copy book is theirs – can be shared, given away, and handed down, and that when the digital platform loses the rights to the material, it vanishes from the “owners” library.

    I’ve been a Logos subscriber since 2001 and was wondering if I have lost books from my library that Logos no longer has the rights to publish in digital form.

    • Matthew Boffey says

      Hi Jim,

      Thank you for your question. You really do own any purchase you make from us. If you purchase products from us at the time we are licensed to distribute that content, it remains in your library even if we are no longer licensed to distribute it. If you have specific questions about books in your library, please call or email customer service and we’ll be happy to look into it for you.​​ You can reach us at 800-875-6467 and/or

      Thank you,

  3. Allowing users to build their own bundles and save a bundle is a great idea, but why restrict it only to select volumes? I have a large wish list–mostly academic and reference works–and none are included in this offer. Why not offer a permanent, standing bundle discount to users (10% off $100, 15% off $200, etc) and allow us to select the resources we really want, not the resources logos thinks we want?