Purchase Order? - Logos 8 Base Package + Wipf & Stock Sale

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Joshua Tan | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Nov 9 2018 9:08 PM

Wipf & Stock books going for 5 bucks each.

Logos 8 Base Packages include a "First Upgrade Discount".

Some of these base packages include aforementioned (heavily) discounted Wipf & Stock books.

What would be the cheaper option: Buying the Base Package first or buying the individual resources first?

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David Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Nov 9 2018 9:22 PM

Joshua Tan:

Wipf & Stock books going for 5 bucks each.

Logos 8 Base Packages include a "First Upgrade Discount".

Some of these base packages include aforementioned (heavily) discounted Wipf & Stock books.

What would be the cheaper option: Buying the Base Package first or buying the individual resources first?

Call a FL salesperson and tell them what you want to purchase. Have the salesperson add the BP to your account, then have them add the other resources you want. Some BPs and some Library Builders (bundles) have the same resources, which you don't want to buy twice. By calling a FL salesperson, he/she can process components of your purchase separately so that you avoid double purchases. Doing it this way counts as a single upgrade discount. You can't do this online.

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Phil Gons (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Nov 9 2018 10:23 PM

Almost certainly the base package. Books in base packages are discounted to around 90% off the regular price. Add on top of that the 25% promotional discount, and you're looking at a 92.5% discount off the regular price. That means you're paying $1.50 for a $20 book vs. $5 for a $20 book. Scanning the list of books on sale, I don't see anything discounted above 90% off.

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Joshua Tan | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 12 2018 6:22 AM

Phil Gons (Faithlife):

Almost certainly the base package. Books in base packages are discounted to around 90% off the regular price. Add on top of that the 25% promotional discount, and you're looking at a 92.5% discount off the regular price. That means you're paying $1.50 for a $20 book vs. $5 for a $20 book. Scanning the list of books on sale, I don't see anything discounted above 90% off.

Makes sense. Thanks for the explanation, Phil.

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