From MyHeritage (www.myheritage.com):
Just in time for the holidays, we’re happy to announce the launch of the new MyHeritage gift membership! You can now give someone special the MyHeritage Complete plan, our best plan for family history research. To celebrate the launch, gift memberships are now available with a 50% introductory discount.
With many people spending more time at home and looking for meaningful activities to enjoy, the MyHeritage gift membership makes the perfect holiday gift and is sure to delight a dear family member or close friend.
The gift membership provides access to all features and all 12.7 billion historical records on MyHeritage.
Please share this wonderful news with your audience, and read more about the new gift membership in the blog post.
Order a gift membership in a few clicks, and your chosen recipient will receive an email explaining the super simple steps needed to redeem their gift.
You can choose to give either a 1-year or 6-month gift membership. Gift memberships are one-time and do not renew. At the end of the membership period, the recipient will retain access to their MyHeritage account and all family tree data. If they wish to continue enjoying the full benefits of a membership, it will be up to them to extend their plan (or you can decide to be kind to them and give them another gift membership – it’s up to you).
A gift membership on MyHeritage makes a great holiday or birthday gift. It’s the perfect way to introduce someone you care about to the enjoyable world of genealogy and help them discover their family history.
For further information visit https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/11/introducing-the-myheritage-gift-membership/ - there's also a short vid below, and at https://youtu.be/ggJLn7XYf24
(With thanks to Daniel Horowitz)
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