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It’s Our No-Panic Advent Sale

by | Sep 20, 2019 | News about Aboundant, Sales, Giveaways & Fun Stuff

Bad news: Advent, 2019 begins on December 1, about 10 weeks from now.

If you work in a church or serve on a communication team where your website isn’t very guest-friendly, we understand…it feels like panic time.

Good news: Aboundant can help.

Starting today thru October 21, we’ll be running our No-Panic Advent Sale. You can save some money AND get exclusive extra help to get your new site launched before Advent.


“No-Panic Advent” Sale Discounts & Codes

20 percent off your first year of our standard plan, Transform.

It’s the perfect plan for any church that is ready to transform their digital ministry. (Think of it as $67 you can use toward prizes for an ugly Christmas sweater contest!)

Transform Discount Code:

15 percent off your first year of our starter plan, Thrive.

It’s the perfect plan for a smaller church looking to thrive online. (That’s like an extra $27 you can use to buy working, non-tangled Christmas lights!)

Thrive Discount Code:

5 percent off our lifetime plan on Transform.

The best deal in church websites – $999 for life – is a crazy offer. Take advantage of it before we come to our senses! It’s almost never on sale, and only 10 churches can get this deal, then it disappears. (And if you’re not a math wiz, that’s $50 worth of eggnog for your fellowship hour.)

Note: to upgrade your existing account, email our support team to get started.

Lifetime Discount Code:

10 percent off any new custom project of $500 or more.**

It’s perfect for those special projects, such as custom site designs, content or SEO services, graphic design help, and so on. (That’s at least $50 for social media ads to invite your community to your annual Fabulous Fruit Cake Festival!)

To get started, please email our sales team. Mention the discount code.

Custom Discount Code:

But Wait…There’s a Bonus!

We’ll be holding 2 extra support sessions each week during the sale that are exclusively for churches who take advantage of the sale and want a little extra help with their websites. The sooner you sign up and get started, the more support and training you can get! They’ll take place:

  • Tuesdays at noon – 1 PM CST (9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15)
  • Thursdays at 7:30 – 8:30 PM CST (9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17)



  • Custom projects are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. A pre-Advent completion date is highly dependent on the number and time required of requests. We’ll still you give the discount, regardless, if you return the contract by Oct. 21.
  • Lifetime plan discount offer is limited to the first 10 customers who sign up for it. Existing Aboundant church websites clients on Thrive or Transform may upgrade to the Lifetime plan but must contact us to make the change.
By Tim Gossett
As the Director of User Experience Aboundant.com, I do a variety of things, from sales and marketing to support and SEO services for churches. If any time is left over after that, I do freelance writing in the areas of spirituality, technology, education, picture books for kids, and more.

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