Get 25% off everything at StudioPress

Studiopress ThemesBlack Friday and Cyber Monday are slightly strange events in the UK, given their close association with the US holiday of Thanksgiving. But, still, who are we to pass up on some bargains?

If you’ve been looking for the opportunity to snazzy up your WordPress blog for a while, you couldn’t do much better than checking out this great deal from StudioPress. StudioPress are the makers of the Genesis theme framework and some gorgeous child themes. You’ll want to check out their site and see what’s on there… there are some really beautiful designs. Although I haven’t used Genesis on this site (I plan to, I just haven’t got round to actually making the switch) you can see a few of the designs in real-world situations on my photography and consultancy sites.

If you do choose to buy anything, use the coupon code THANKS at the checkout to get a 25% discount.

1. Get the Genesis Framework for only $45.

2. Snag most Genesis / design combos for a song and save close to $20.

3. Wipe the entire shop clean and get the StudioPress Pro Plus All-Theme Package. Get Genesis plus every design they’ve made, plus every design they make in the future, and save more than $74 off the regular price and over $875 off the retail price — and that’s just the existing 43 designs!

All you need to do is use the code THANKS when you check out and you’ll save 25% on anything and everything at StudioPress.com.

This deal ends promptly at 7:00 pm Pacific time on Monday, November 28, 2011. Hurry up and claim your new WordPress theme before the code expires!

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