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Pay What You Want: Get 39 Hours of Business Education With the MBA Hacker Bundle

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.18.21

Many aspiring entrepreneurs prepare for a career in business by studying for an MBA. But what if you could get the same knowledge without the mountain of debt? Your world-changing business idea shouldn’t have to be held back by expensive student loans. 

With the Mighty 2021 MBA Hacker Bundle, you can. This learning library provides 39 hours of expert training on marketing, management, accounting, and more. In a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can currently pay what you want for the bundle.

While a college degree might impress recruiters, it won’t actually help you build a successful business, and you certainly don’t need a degree to launch one. If your ambition is to create the next big corporation, looking outside traditional education can help you collect a much broader range of skills.

This bundle is a great place to start. It contains 11 carefully selected courses that cover everything you need to know to start and grow a company. Here’s how the deal works: pay any price to receive a portion of the bundle, or beat the average paid price to receive all 11 courses. If you beat the top price, you’ll also be placed on a leaderboard and entered to win a prize. 

Through concise video tutorials, you learn about business strategy from Hans Weemaes, a business school professor based in South Korea. You also learn about corporate finance, Lean process management, key marketing channels, and the fundamentals of accounting.

The team of instructors includes Eric Knight, who holds a doctorate in Business Administration, and Stephen Mather, a graduate member of the British Psychological Society. All these courses have great reviews, and you get lifetime access with this deal.

To get the training, simply name your price on two courses: Basics of Accounting and the Strategic Marketing Course. Beat the average price paid, and you will land the full bundle — worth $2,189 in total.


Pay What You Want: The Mighty 2021 MBA Hacker Bundle – $11

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Become a Certified Project Manager With 60% off This PMP Course

posted by Mark Myerson - 5.12.21

Project management is a lucrative career path that is open to anyone, no matter what company you work for. All you need is the right certification on your résumé to impress current and potential employers, and you can find work in almost any industry.

One of the most popular certifications is Project Management Professional (PMP), and The Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course helps you prepare for two of the most highly-respected exams, with expert video training and over 1,500 practice questions. The best part? It comes with a pass guarantee. 

The course is normally priced at $499, but Hannity viewers can get one year of access today for just $199 — that is 60% off!

In the world of project management, PMP certification is a big deal. According to a survey conducted by the Project Management Institute, the average salary for non-certified professionals was just over $100,000 a year. For PMP-certified individuals, the figure increased to $123,000 a year.

To help you get this huge pay raise, the Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course offers 35 hours of comprehensive training. The lessons cover everything you will find in the Project Management Body of Knowledge — the premier guide for modern project management.

The course also offers memory hacks and exam tips, helping you reach a passing grade in just six weeks. If you want to take longer, you also have that option. With a 100% pass guarantee, there is no pressure to rush your preparation into a short amount of time. 

With this one-year subscription, you can access the course 24/7 on desktop and mobile devices, including all the practice questions. 

Order today for just $199 to start your journey in project management and save $300 on the training.


The Accredited PMP Exam Prep Course: 1-Yr Subscription – $199

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Deal: Pick Up $45 of Free eGiftcards When You Sign Up for a Sam’s Club Membership

posted by Mark Myerson - 10.23.20

In most stores, the price you pay is split between the store, a middle man, and the supplier. But what if you could go straight to the warehouse?

That’s the idea behind Sam’s Club, a membership club that offers premium-quality products at remarkably low prices. In a special deal for Hannity viewers, you can join today for one year and get your money back in eGiftcards. 

Joining a club to go shopping might sound like an unusual idea, but members of Sam’s Club clearly feel the value. There are now 559 warehouses in 44 states across the country — so you are probably near one right now. And with what’s sure to be another ’bout of stay-at-home orders this winter, who knows what stores you’ll be able to get to or which products people will wind up hoarding. At Sam’s Club, you can stock up now and ignore all of that noise later. 

If you sign up, you can expect significant savings on groceries, kitchen goods, electronics, furniture, and many other products. To keep prices low on such a wide range, Sam’s Club uses a limited-item model. 

Some locations have gas stations and car washes, meaning further savings. Members of Sam’s Club also get free flat tire repair, battery testing, and wiper blade installation. 

One year of Standard membership is $45, which includes complimentary membership for a second person in your household. With the current offer, you get $45 in eGiftcards delivered to your email address within a month of joining. In other words, you can pretty much sign up free.

Sound good? Head over to the deal page to learn more and get started.


Sam’s Club Membership + $45 eGiftcards – $45

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