This year was favorable and joyful for somebody, and for someone – difficult and stern. However, the great stages of life should be ended on a positive note. And now it is time when we leave all the bad things in the past and draw our attention to a new bright future.
The New Year gives us hope for the best. We also want to make a small present to all our readers. We hope, that our last sale in 2016 will please you. Especially on such a wonderful Boxing Day.
The gift is waiting for you not near the Christmas tree, but on our website. Four special letters – GIFT will give you the ability to receive any of our file converters at just half price. But you should hurry up. As the clock is inexorably counting the last days before the end of 2016, our gift has its own expiration date. You can get it today only.
To do this you need to go to our software catalog, choose your favorite file converter and make an order. On the program’s purchase page input the word GIFT in the special “Coupon Code” field. This code will activate the 50% discount on your order. Complete the purchase and get your software license for the chosen program.
Happy New Year Guys! Hope to see more great blogs from you!
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