Cat videos are awesome. They hardly pay the bills however (but if they do, kudos to you, my friend). If your New Year resolution was to wean yourself off cat vids and celebrity gossip, and actually be productive, this limited offer deal may be just what you need.
Evernote, Wunderlist, LastPass, and Pocket have teamed up for a one of a kind promo that makes available one year of each of these services’ premium options for just $59.99. That’s less than a third of the $185 you’d pay if you were to buy subscriptions individually. As a bonus, the deal gives you a free 8-week trial to the New York Times premium service.
I know what you’re thinking – I don’t need all of these services… Well, you may not need them, but I am pretty sure that almost anyone can benefit from signing up for these services. Here’s the skinny:
- Evernote: the gold standard of note taking and research services, Evernote lets you easily save, organize, and explore information, both online and offline, on your computer of smartphone. Premium: $45/year
- Wunderlist: to-do lists, errands, shopping lists, reminders – there are many apps and services that let you do all that, but few do it as well as Wunderlist. Premium: $44.99/year
- LastPass: this writer’s favorite password management tool, LastPass lets you forget most of your passwords, because it will fill them out for you across the web. No more duplicates, “forgot password” emails, and inconvenient lists. Premium: $12 /year
- Pocket: how many times you found something cool online, but had to put it away – usually forever – because you couldn’t read it or watch it right away? Pocket lets you save for later just about any website. Premium: $44.99/year
To get the deal, head over to the Productive Year page. The offer is valid for a “limited time”, and once you sign up for it, you have until March 13 to redeem your codes. If you’re already subscribed to one of the premium services, getting the pack will extend your current subscription by a year.