Well, we are about halfway through Sale-a-Bration and I wanted to make sure everyone has been having a chance to take full advantage of all the great deals!
You’ve heard me talk about the free products you can get with every $50 you spend – which can be combined with hostess rewards for stacking tons of extra free stuff on the order you wanted to make anyway! 🙂
But lets talk about the best deal by far they have this year –
The Starter Kit!
Whether you are looking for a fun business opportunity, just want your favorite supplies at a 20%+ discount, or really want a killer deal in the form of the starter kit…now is the time to go for it! There is no obligation, just lots of cool stuff! So, what do you get?
Here is what you get in the starter kit:
It is a $345 value for normally the cost of $175 – but thanks to Sale-a-Bration it is $50 off! That is $345 worth of supplies for only $125!
Perfect for beefing up your supplies or plenty to get you started. You can see the detailed list of everything that comes in the kit here.
But that isn’t everything….
Get a free pack of designer paper (your choice!) or a free digital download every month for the rest of the year!
So, lets say that you signed up today. You would get up to 10 packs of designer paper for free over the course of the year. And the benefit to delaying getting the paper over time? You get to pick free packs of paper from the new catalogs as they come out!
That makes it $455 worth of supplies for only $125. Sweet!
Anyway, while I’m sad I can’t sign up again to get the killer deal, I’m super excited to share the opportunity with you. So, if you’ve been thinking about signing up or are just intrigued about this deal, let me know and I’d be happy to talk to you more about it. Email me at email@example.com.
You can get started online and take advantage of all the benefits almost immediately. Plus, if you decide that you don’t want to do anything as a demo after you sign up… that is OK too. There is no obligation, just enjoy the monthly magazine and inspiration available to demonstrators by Stampin’ Up!.