Normally, you’d be pretty happy to get $799 worth of stuff for only $29.99, but what if your purchase also went to help cancer research?
A total of 32 products are included for the $29.99 donation. Here’s a rundown of some of what the bundle offers:
• TrendMicro AntiVirus plus AntiSpyware 2010
• Three month subscription to ZAGAT.com
• Corel Photo Album 7
• A 16 inch by 20 inch poster print from Snapfish
• Winzip 12.1 standard
• Foxit PDF Creator
• Imtoo 3GP Video Converter
• Three month subcription to Dropbox Pro
• One domain name from GoDaddy.com
• Bejeweled 2 game
In addition, TheBigBundle has partnered with Discover Financial to waive the $29.99 purchase price for anyone who applies and is approved for a Discover credit card.
The goal of TheBigBundle is to raise $3 million for cancer research, and apparently the organizer—as well as the sponsors—is keeping very little, if any, of the profits. The company putting on this promotion, TrialPay, states on their website that they will be making no profit from sales of the bundle, and will publish a report "to detail the full accounting of the amounts it has collected from sales of the bundle and the amount contributed to the American Cancer Society."
The bundle promotion ends Oct. 14.