It’s December again!
Time for the biggest discount of the year on all Italian group courses!
Twelve months ago, way back in 2012, many of you took advantage of this very same offer to save 20% on your Italian course at our school in Bologna, Italy.
Well, now you can do it again, and so speak and understand Italian even better, for even less!
For the next two weeks, save 20% on your 2014 Italian course, and you don’t even have to decide now when you’ll be coming!
Deposit now, details later
This is how it works:
- you pay the “reduced” course/accommodation deposit (€120 rather than the usual €150)
- that way we’ll know you’re entitled to 20% off your group Italian course in 2014
- you don’t need to tell us now when you’ll be coming…
- just let us know your preferred dates when you get around to planning your trip!
(View 2014 Italian course prices here. Don’t forget to deduct 20% to get the cost of your course!)
There isn’t any. Or not much.
The 20% discount is good for any group Italian course at our school in Bologna. Not individual courses or online Italian lessons.
It’s valid any time in 2014.
Just pay the special “reduced” deposit in our shop, while it’s still available. That way we’ll know you’re entitled to 2014’s best discount!
Obviously, you can’t combine this offer with other discounts you might see on our site. But you knew that, right?
How long have I got to decide?
At this point, I’m supposed to tell you that it’s all desperately urgent, so act now!
But it isn’t, so you can take your time.
This offer runs for the next two weeks, until Tuesday 17th December 2013. (You’ll be getting reminders…)
Christmas is coming.
You’ll be busy, buying presents, attending parties, and so on.
The shops will be crowded, traffic will be a nightmare. Stress levels will soar.
Far be it for me to add to that pressure…
Hey, here’s an idea! Why not visit our shop right now and get the whole Paypal/Credit card thing out of the way?
Should just take you a minute or so…
P.S. Do I need to point out that, having saved money on your 2014 Italian course, you’ll have also solved the “New Year’s Resolutions” problem?
Don’t you just hate having to decide what your resolution(s) will be?
Well, this year, you won’t have to.
“My New Year’s resolutions for 2014 are:
1. Learn Italian
2. Look for great deals on stuff I buy”
To make a fantastic start with 2014, click here.