Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Saving Money with Society Memberships - Part Two

This article is in a series of posts for the 93rd Carnival of Genealogy. I have decided to write a series of articles about saving money by using genealogy society memberships. Today I will discuss ways that you can save with your memberships. Then I will have two posts with examples and on Friday, I will ask you to submit your own examples to share with everyone.

Today we look at some of the benefits of the national and regional genealogical societies.

National Genealogy Society
10% Tuition discount for Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research Program
Discount on NGS conferences and event
Discount on NGS research trips
Discount at NGS online store


New England Historical and Genealogical Society

10% NEHGS store discount
Discounted DNA tests from FamilyTreeDNA
10% off Tuition at Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research Program
Discounts at Charlesmark Hotel in Boston


Association of Professional Genealogists
20% discount on Ancestry.com MyCanvas
15% off any book or map at Avotaynu
10% off tuition at Boston University Online Certificate Program for Genealogical Research
20% off The Genealogy Shop
15% off at Heritage Books
$10 off Legacy software and 15% off other items
20% off Progeny Genealogy products
$10 off RootsMagic, Personal Historian or Family Atlas
Stay 5 nights, get 6th night free at Salt Lake Plaza Hotel


Society of Genealogist (U.K.)
Free access to the society Library in London
Free access to expert help through telephone or online mailing list
Discount on society events
20% extra pay-per-view or 10% discount on subscriptions to FindMyPast.com
Free 72-hour access to The Origins Network, available quarterly

Note: These are the discounts listed on the society's membership pages when I checked them. They can change at any time.

Next time:
Part Three - Regional Societies
Part Four - Your Suggestions

5 comments:

  1. Thank you for the list. Very helpful!

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  2. Interesting series of articles & great list of links- thanks Tina!

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  3. Tina, Thanks for the list in this section. I really love the small local societies. I get great information and people that I have never seen, nor am likely to see, are so willing to help. Excellent series.

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