Friday, June 17, 2011

June Genealogy Bargains

The frugal Yankee in me can’t resist passing on these money saving bargains:

Save up to 30% on an membership

The US membership, usually $12.95 per month is now on sale for $9.45 per month (or $113.40 per year). The World Deluxe membership, which gives you access to everything on was $24.95 per month and is now only $17.45 per month (or $209.40 per year). You can call headquarters at 1-800-958-9081 (M – F 10AM – 10 PM ET, Sat and Sun 10 AM – 6 PM ET). For new subscribers only. Offer ends June 20, 2011 at midnight! I received this off via direct email from

Legacy Family Tree 20% anything in the online store

This offer includes Legacy software, add-on software such as Map My Family Tree, GenSmarts, e-books, webinar CDs, and even the Magnabrite magnifiers. The coupon code is GENBLOG20 at  and the offer ends June 30, 2011. DISCLOSURE- this offer is a gift to me and my blog readers from Geoff Rasmussen, fellow genealogy blogger at  who created a special coupon code for the SCGS Jamboree genealogy bloggers last week. I was given a gift set of webinars on CD videos.

Shutterfly 40% Off!

40% off create-your-own photo books with if you use promo code BOOK40. Offer ends June 22, 2011 so you must hurry to take advantage of this deal! Free shipping on select orders, too. This offer was received via direct email from

Great Migration Titles on sale 20% off at NEHGS

The New England Historic Genealogical Society Bookstore is extending its sale on all Great Migration books through June 22. The Great Migration Begins, by Robert Charles Anderson, normally $99 is on sale for $79.20, as well as the Great Migration Series, Volumes I – VI, which are usually $59.95 or 64.95 now only $47.96 and $51.96. Prices do not include shipping. Offer good through 12 noon EST, June 22, 2011. You can order at  and also order by telephone by calling Rick Park at (617) 226-1212. DISCLOSURE- I received no gift for this offer, I am merely an NEHGS member and am passing on the sale seen in their e-newsletter “The Weekly Genealogist”.

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