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CloudPages Black Friday Savings
November 24, 2021

CloudPages is excited to announce:

35% off existing customer upgrades and 25% off for all new customers!

Existing customers Special Bonus!

As well as 35% off upgrades, all existing customers now benefit from an extra 6 months of extended support completely free (originally 12 months, now with 6 additional months – total of 18 months of support for all existing customers now included).

Existing Customers

Existing customers can contact us via help desk or live chat to get 35% off on their price difference.

New Customers

New customers can use coupon code BF2021 to get 25% off. (Only applicable on LTD plans)

Asma Khalid is a Product Manager at CloudPages. She also oversees Content Writing and Social Media at CloudPages.

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