For those of you who don’t know, I’m running a year-long promotion with Mariner Software on this blog. Each month you’ll get an exclusive promo code, which automatically gives you an instant 15% discount on all Mariner Software products. I’ll get into details a little bit later, for now, I will just publish the promo code.
The Mariner Promo Code
for September 2009 is:
All you have to do is to go to Mariner eStore, chose your product and then add this code. There is an input field just above the product list. Just add the code and the see the magic happening.
What You Get?
You get an instant discount to all Mariner products, including, but not limited to: MacJournal, MacGourmet Deluxe, Paperless, Write, Calc, StoryMill or Contour. Those are solid applications, coming from an 18 year old company. In software, 18 years old is actually 36 years in terms of reliability and quality.
As you may already know, I am a constant user of those apps and I am still faithful to my own commitment: do not recommend something you don’t use. This very post is managed and edited using a powerful GTD blogging setup using MacJournal. A part from this, I found MacJournal flexible enough to help me write an ebook, or to create and implement a new habit.
Since I know my readers are very intelligent people, I’m not going to detail more on this one, you got the message. Just in case you lost the code from sight, I’ll write it once again:
So, all you have to do is to visit Mariner eStore, pick your product and instantly benefit from this 15% discount. Remember, these are exclusive codes, you won’t find them anywhere else on the Internet.
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