I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, so I thought I’d answer them all in one place.
This is the 4th bundle that I’ve bought (it’s been around for six years), but since this is a really unique concept and not everyone really even understands what a “bundle” is, I wanted to answer some of the questions I’ve been asked.
Everything You Need to Know About the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle
Is this one big course? Or a bunch of different products?
This bundle is a collection of 62 eBooks, 30 eCourses, videos & audios, 34 printables & workbooks, and three membership sites. Inside this bundle, you will find tons of resources with hundreds of recipes, chore printables, budget planners, and more. It’s basically all your favorite bloggers’ products together in one collection – all for $29.97.
What am I going to do with so many resources?
It would be really overwhelming to try to use all of the resources in the bundle, so just choose what interests you the most and start there. (Trust me, I understand the overwhelm all too well. I tried to use all of the resources in my first bundle and I still couldn’t do it.)
Not every resource will be relevant for you, either. Some of them will have a lot of appeal, and some won’t. But in most cases, it only takes 3 or 4 eBooks or eCourses that you’re going to use for you to start saving money. Not to mention, there are 30 resources alone that are worth as much or more than the cost of the bundle itself.
How do I know I’m actually getting good quality products and not just a bunch of “throw-away” eBooks?
The Ultimate Bundles team spends months reviewing potential contributors, approaches only the best for inclusion, and then only accepts the top products that they think will have the most appeal out of those. Many of these are full-length eCourses with video tutorials or even include access to a private Facebook group! They are highly selective and it shows.
But what if I buy it and don’t like it?
Although Ultimate Bundles has an extremely low return rate, there are some people who it doesn’t work for. That’s why they offer a 100% happiness guarantee refund policy. If you don’t love it, just email email@example.com to ask for a full refund.
Can I just wait and purchase it some other time? Isn’t this “limited time only” just a sales gimmick?
You’re right, sometimes that’s used as a sales gimmick. However, because of the unique nature of this sale (Ultimate Bundles does not have the perpetual right to sell the eBooks and eCourses in the bundle) and in order to honor their contracts with these product creators, the sale will truly end on Monday, April 16th. Occasionally, popular bundles are brought back for a 2-day flash sale, but it’s not guaranteed!
This sounds like a scam. Can you prove it’s not?
I know, it seems too good to be true. Pay $29.97 for $3680+ in resources?
I totally get your concerns. I’ve been an affiliate for Ultimate Bundles for years (and my planner is included in this year’s bundle) and I can tell you that I offer these bundles to my readers because they’re a great value. I bought them myself before I even started Organized Motherhood, so I trust the bundles and the products that are included in them.
In short, it’s a great deal for everyone. Ultimate Bundles is a reputable company, so if you try the bundle and don’t like it within 30 days, just ask their customer happiness team for a refund.
I hope that fully answers your questions!!
In my opinion, you really don’t want to pass up a deal this good. But I’ll leave that up to you. Just don’t wait too long, because the sale is so short! Get all the details HERE>>>