Why Snag a Logos 8 Upgrade for 20% Off?

To get 20% off any Logos 8 package, all you need to do is sign in and shop. (You’ll see dynamic pricing based on what you already own since with Logos, you don’t pay for the same resources twice.)

But a discount isn’t the only reason to upgrade. What else makes an upgrade worth it?  

Here are two big reasons.

Get a massive library at a massively reduced price 

Take a look at what upgrading could do for your library. Every package provides incredible value, but we’ll use Logos 8 Platinum as our example. 

With Platinum, you get over $23,000 worth of resources for less than $1,800, including: 

  • The IVP New Testament Commentary Series (14 vols.)—normally $289.99 
  • The New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 vols.)—normally $599.99

There are over 1,485 library resources in Platinum, including commentaries, dictionaries, biblical language resources, and everything else you need for in-depth study. Here are just a few more:

  • Exegetical Summaries Series (32 vols.)—How can biblical exegesis be fruitful and meaningful when commentaries and lexicons contradict each other? With this collection, you can identify exegetical challenges, discover a text’s interpretive history, and survey what’s been written about each verse and phrase. Regular price: $639.99
  • The New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 vols.)—To exegete Scripture with clarity, you must understand the historical, linguistic, and textual context. That’s where the NIGTC comes in. This commentary series serves both new and experienced Greek students with detailed verse-by-verse commentary and insightful comments about each section of the text. Regular price: $599.99
  • UBS Handbook Series Old & New Testament Collection (55 vols.)—Learn to read the Bible the way its first audiences did with these exegetical, historical, cultural, and linguistic insights. These commentaries provide great detail and analysis of the biblical languages and are ideal for preachers, biblical language students, and even translators. Regular price: $659.99
  • The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (8 vols.)—This is the first classical Hebrew language dictionary to not only cover the biblical texts but also Ben Sira, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Hebrew inscriptions. The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew lists, analyzes, and translates every occurrence of each Hebrew word and phrase that appears in texts from the earliest days to 200 CE—resulting in a better understanding of what biblical words really mean. Regular price: $299.99
  • Christianity Today (20 vols.; 1956–2016)Christianity Today has been at the forefront of news and analysis from a Christian perspective for over 60 years. In this collection, you’ll get over 1,000 issues, fully digitized and ready to enhance your study. They’re also ideal for finding sermon illustrations. Regular price: $399.99

If you bought just these five resources on their own, you’d spend $2,599.95.

But with Logos 8 Platinum, you’ll get all these resources—and over a thousand more—for $1,719, or less if you already own a Logos package. A huge library becomes yours for over 90% off the price of building it book by book.

Compare all the Logos packages you can save 20% on right now (even traditions packages).

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Streamline your study

There’s another reason to upgrade now for 20% off—Logos 8’s powerful new features that help you take advantage of your library. Put the Theology Guide, Workflows, Canvas, updated Notes, and many more to work for you.

Here’s just a glimpse of what you can do.

Theology Guide

Input theological topics, navigate from one systematic theology to another, compare views, survey cross references, and investigate related theological topics. The Theology Guide collects and displays key information related to all the major topics in systematic theology, including a brief introduction to each topic and links directly to every systematic theology in Logos.

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Choose your study goals, like sermon prep, exegesis, or personal devotions, and Logos lays out the books and tools for each step. It scours your entire library for the most relevant results on the passage or topic you’re studying.

Even if you already know the steps to take, workflows like these help you discover books and tools you didn’t know you had: 

  • Word Study (Original Languages)
  • Inductive Bible Study
  • John Piper’s Ask Questions Method
  • Michael Heiser’s Bible Research Method
  • Expository Sermon Preparation


Canvas is like having a whiteboard to diagram passages, explore biblical structures, and more—but better. It helps you work the biblical text with intuitive tools for breaking down, arranging, and marking up a passage. You can even rearrange a passage to show logic and emphasis. 
When you’re done, share your creation with just a few clicks! 

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Capture your thoughts on any passage, and they’ll automatically stick to the verses you’re studying. You can pull related research together into notebooks, then share them.

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A massive library and powerful features are waiting for you in Logos 8. Ready for your upgrade? Pick your Logos 8 package, and save 20% now!


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