*** ATTENTION: WE CAN NO LONGER DELIVER ON DEC. 24, OBVIOUSLY. WE’LL KEEP THIS OFFER UP A LITTLE LONGER FOR THOSE WHO’D LIKE TO ORDER THE GIFT FOR SOMEBODY TO RECEIVE AFTER CHRISTMAS. THE PAGE WILL DISAPPEAR LATER THIS WEEK. TEXT BELOW REMAINS UNCHANGED. MERRY CHRISTMAS, EVERYBODY! ***
Ready to really take care of somebody this Christmas? Boy have I got a deal for you!
I’ll take half off the regular annual subscription price of The Kelly Letter, which is $237, then toss in the 2013 edition of my bestselling book, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, gift-wrapped with a note, delivered on Christmas Eve.
For $119, you can give a year’s worth of engaging investment advice and America’s bestselling stock book!
Now, this is for gifts only. Santa will know if you’ve been naughty rather than nice by trying to buy this for yourself. I’m offering this special because I’d like people already familiar with my work to introduce somebody new to it at a very good price, and with holiday cheer to boot!
Here’s how to take advantage of this special offer:
If you don’t send a message, here’s what will appear on the gift card:
Ho, ho, ho, [Recipient’s First Name]! [Your Full Name] gave you this 2013 edition of The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Marketing Investing, by Jason Kelly, plus a one-year subscription to The Kelly Letter! Check your email for details. Welcome!
A Kelly Letter welcome email will arrive on Christmas Day.
About this time next year, I’ll ask your recipient if he or she would like to renew the subscription at the regular rate. You won’t be charged again for this one-time gift.
I look forward to welcoming your friend or family member to the Kelly Letter circle of smart investors!
With warmest Christmas wishes,
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