BillionGraves Plus Best Price Ever $19.99/Year for New Subscribers

I received an e-mail from BillionGraves showing a discount offer for new subscribers.

The good news is you keep this price as long as you renew. That’s something most other companies don’t offer. It’s only for new subscribers. Use code RootsTech2019 when upgrading to BillionGraves Plus: https://billiongraves.com/bgplus/. In addition, you can extend your subscription any month you transcribe 500 records or upload 2,500 good images. Best to go over as any images that are reported don’t count; same if records are merged. If you achieve both in a month, you get two free months of credit. You can use them whenever you want.

RootsTech 2019 starts in just a few days! Can you believe it? If you don’t know, RootsTech is Disneyland for hardcore genealogists like us. We’re excited to meet all of you that have the opportunity to join us at this powerful event. Be sure to check us out at booth 925. We can’t wait to talk about what’s coming next for BillionGraves and genealogy and we’ll be sure to keep all of you in the loop as announcements are made.

Keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram accounts for updates on the event. If you haven’t ‘liked’ us yet, follow BillionGraves on Facebook and Instagram by clicking on the blue hyperlinks.

Additionally, we want to extend some of the excitement we’re feeling to you. As a subscribed member of BillionGraves, you get first access to our biggest discount EVER on our BillionGraves Plus toolset! For the next few days only, get all of our BillionGraves Plus tools for only $19.99 USD!* This is our BIGGEST discount ever!

Use the link below or code: RootsTech2019 at checkout.

I didn’t include the link because it’s associated with my account.

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