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Productivity Pack nets you premium Pocket, Evernote, Wunderlist, and LastPass for $60

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It’s never too early to be productive, and you don’t need to go much farther than buying the Productivity Pack to become a task master.

Revealed as a joint announcement, the Productivity Pack includes one-year memberships for Pocket Premium, Evernote Premium, Wunderlist Pro, and LastPass Premium. Pocket lets you save articles, videos, and Web pages to read later, while Evernote lets you jot down some notes and sync them across a multitude of devices. Wunderlist is a buffed-up to-do list app, while LastPass acts as a password manager.

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Combined, one-year memberships for these services total $185. However, the Productivity Pack offers these same memberships for just $60. Even if you’re already a subscriber to the aforementioned premium services, the bundle will have the one-year memberships stack on top of your existing ones. In addition, the bundle also throws in an eight-week digital subscription to the New York Times, which gives you unlimited access to the paper’s website and smartphone apps.

If you want to take advantage of the bundle, we’d suggest you act fast, since the offer ends on February 13. After purchasing the bundle, you have until March 13 to redeem the memberships. Also, the eight-week subscription to the New York Times All Digital Access will only work for new subscribers.

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