A Single Discount on All Software on German Unity Day

On October 3rd all Germans celebrate the major federal holiday of the country – German Unity Day (Tag der Deutschen Einheit). This national holiday of Germany was changing dates during history. These were June 17 and November 9, but the official date was set on October 3, as the Day of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic unity. Although, actually, reunification of the western and the eastern parts of Germany occurred a year earlier, during the fall of the Berlin Wall.

German Unity Day

This day to all the visitors of Easy2Convert blog we provide a single discount on all the spectrum of our image software products. The codeword activates a special price for any software in our store.

Germans are celebrating their national “birthday” modestly enough in comparison to the US Independence Day, the Italian Republic Day or the Bastille Day. Holiday rallies, concerts and feasts are taking place in many cities. Fireworks and salutes are illuminating the evening sky. Certainly, Berlin is the center of celebration. Here you can see a huge number of events, running at various venues of the city.

Well, and for that, to use our single 30% discount for all the image converters on the Unity Day, one needs to do the following:

  1. Select any liked image software product from this list
  2. Make an order in a page of a software purchase
  3. Enter the coupon GERMANY in the shopping cart to get 30% discount
  4. Complete your purchase

Missed the offer? Take a look at the discount calendar to pick next day to save big on our software!

8 thoughts on “A Single Discount on All Software on German Unity Day

  1. Leriche

    I have noticed that in digital cameras, specialized detectors help to concentrate automatically. The actual sensors associated with some camcorders change in in the area of contrast, while others start using a beam associated with infra-red (IR) light, particularly in low lighting. Higher spec cameras from time to time use a mixture of both devices and likely have Face Priority AF where the camera can ‘See’ a face and focus only in that.

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