Where to find 'Discount Coupon' mentioned in membership campaign?
Thread poster: Maher Souilah

Maher Souilah  Identity Verified
Tunisia
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English to Arabic
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Dec 29, 2013

Hi,

I was trying to pay for my 1st membership, and I found that there is a possibility of discount using a "Discount Coupon"
The question is from where can I get these so called "Discount Coupon"???

Thanks


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Thayenga  Identity Verified
Germany
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The link Dec 30, 2013

Hi Maher,

here's the link to the "discount" page.

http://www.proz.com/membership/

Just choose the type of membership you want and click the "Buy now" icon.

Regards,

Thayenga


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Maher Souilah  Identity Verified
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Thanks Dec 30, 2013

Many Thanks Thayenga

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acetran  Identity Verified
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browniz discount Aug 12, 2015

But, the discounts on full and partial memberships show only when you have at least 4000 browniz points. Another option is discount provided on completion of profile.

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