Kicking off the Summer Bash

Ah, sweet summertime! The birds are chirping, and the sun is shining bright – could there be any better time to fill your shopping cart with piles of on-sale WHMCS modules? Yes, you got that right!

ModulesGarden’s well-known Summer Sale is upon us, offering all friends of the brand (that’s you, you guys!) a whopping 25% off of everything – no exceptions! Available exclusively on the ModulesGarden Marketplace, this blowout sale is the perfect opportunity to stock up on classics and experiment with new favorites.

How does the sale work?

We made sure our summer shopping spree is as simple as it is enjoyable. From now until the end of June you can pay 25% less for all the modules. And when we say ALL the modules, we mean every single new order placed for either the annual licenses or open source products, so there is no doubt you will find something to start the summer right! And you don’t even have to enter a promo code to score the markdowns. Simply shop the sale, add your items to the cart, and the discount will automatically apply!

But just in case it doesn’t for some reason, you can always type in the code manually at the checkout: #25%HOTSummer

How to get the most out of it?

Like all good sales, you can maximize your savings by going in with a game plan. Explore every nook and cranny of the Marketplace to strategize what you want to buy, and make sure to combine the Summer Sale with as many other discounts as you possibly can, including Bulk Order Discount, Recommended Product Discount, as well as Deals of the Day and Deals of the Week.

Are the license upgrades included?

Wondering what about your active licenses that just beg to be converted into the open source software? Well, let’s just say the new orders are not exactly the only thing you can apply the summer promo code to. So go ahead and hit that “Get Source Code” button smiling at you in our client area, and simply pay the heavily discounted upgrade invoice to get your hands on the module’s source code that will become yours forever!

Score 25% off on ALL ModulesGarden products!

What are the must-haves?

If you can’t be bothered to sift through the whole host of different products, and just want the highlights, here are some of our top-notch modules as chosen by Piotr Dołęga, the ModulesGarden CMO himself:

Discount Center For WHMCS

This is my personal go-to solution for employing advanced promotions in a fully automated fashion via WHMCS. Because nothing appeals to the minds of possible clients stronger than attractive discounts (wink wink).

Product Cross-Selling For WHMCS

Seeking ways to encourage customers to order from you even more services under a single order? That makes two of us. Product Cross-Selling For WHMCS will empower you to define related and recommended products that will be displayed based on the items added to the shopping cart.

Owing to the integration with the above listed Discount Center For WHMCS module, you can additionally set up attractive price cuts for specific services and supply them to clients directly.

Multibrand For WHMCS

If I were to name just one product that ModulesGarden is most recognized for, it definitely would be Multibrand For WHMCS. With its unmistakable powers to squezze the management of multiple brands into just a single WHMCS instance, the module is quite a game-changer in terms of savings that are never too much.

Happy splurging, folks! And remember – no matter what you go for, be sure to stock up. After all, Black Friday is still quite a ways away!

Join the discount tsunami!

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About Joanna Byjoś

ModulesGarden Sales & Marketing Team Leader
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