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Legacysanta Just in time for the holidays - all Legacy Family Tree 7.0 software is $10 off until December 31, 2009.

Aren't the holidays great? I really like giving fun gifts to loved ones. We appreciate all of our Legacy users so much and we thank each of you for all of your support over the years. We would like to offer each of you a gift that we think your family and friends will really enjoy.

Through December 31st, we are offering four great ways to save:

  1. Save $10 off any new Legacy 7.0 software purchase for yourself.
  2. Save $10 off any new Legacy 7.0 software purchase for friends and family. There is no limit to the number of Legacys you can buy at this discount price.
  3. Legacy 3-packs. Save even more when purchasing three at a time.
  4. Legacy 5-packs. The best value.

Click here to purchase or call 1-800-753-3453.

Buy as many shippable products at the same time, and shipping never goes up - one flat rate!

Legacy 3-packs and 5-packs
Give the gift of Legacy to the whole family with discounted 3-pack and 5-pack pricing. These bundles are brand new and save you even more money when purchasing multiple copies of Legacy.

Click here to browse the new 3-packs and 5-packs

Also save on Legacy add-ons, videos, and books
Nearly every Legacy add-on, training video set, and how-to book has been discounted for this holiday sale, including Paul Larsen's popular book, Crash Course in Family History.

Browse add-on software

Browse training videos

Browse books & software

Happy holidays to everyone!


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Regarding the add on software Genelines: one line of my ancestors migrated from England to VA>KY>AL>MS>TX in the years 1640 to 1880. The Timelines feature include national regional and local information. Local means state, county, or what? And what types of events are included, ie, inventions, politics, medical break throughs, migration, etc ?

Doyce - a comprehensive listing of the available timelines is available at

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