Save a Bundle with The Productivity Pack

By January 13, 2015 LastPass Stories 5 Comments

Are you ready for a productive year?

We’re excited to be partnering with our friends at Evernote, Pocket, and Wunderlist to bring you The Productivity Pack, along with a special bonus from The New York Times. It’s the ultimate bundle for making 2015 your most creative, inspired, and all-in-all most awesome year yet.

The Productivity Pack is the essential, modern-day productivity suite, helping you get things done anywhere you go:

  • Kick your security into high gear with LastPass Premium to remember all your passwords and sync them everywhere with unlimited mobile access.
  • Use Evernote Premium to collect the inspiration and ideas that will inform your work in 2015, while accessing notebooks offline, annotating PDFs, and more.
  • Keep the articles, videos and websites that interest you available at all times with Pocket Premium’s powerful organization, search, and Permanent Library features.
  • Tackle multiple to-do lists with Wunderlist Pro, giving you unlimited access to collaboration features so you can assign tasks to family, friends and coworkers.

That’s a $185 value for one-year subscriptions to each of our premium services, for just $59.99 – a 68% discount!

Plus, stay informed while you’re off making things happen, with a bonus gift of an eight-week digital subscription to The New York Times.

This is an awesome opportunity to upgrade the services you already use, or try some of the best productivity services out there at a truly unbeatable price. Don’t procrastinate with this one, it’s only available for a limited time.

Get The Productivity Pack

5 Comments

  • Jay says:

    The comments here are full of spam. You guys do security right? Well you can’t keep spam comments out yet that is very basic security. Not a good look people.

  • Awesome list! I hear many people give positive reviews for EverNote. But what I’ve been using is OneNote, which I like. However, I sometimes tend to be old school and just write all my goals inside a journal I keep with me. There, I write all my goals and make sure I get them done. If not, I cross them off and go to the next one.

  • Robert says:

    I think you should introduce a high-security / Zero-Knowledge pack…like LastPass, together with Tresorit and Protonmail. I would definitely pay for that!

  • Mike says:

    Please. PLEASE, remove that ugly automated translation.
    I seriously think about unsubscribing from your website news and social feeds.

    I prefer not to speak about the user manual translation. It’s worst, since it could lead to misinterpretation.

  • Ryan says:

    Wish you could throw Feedly in!