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[AppSumo] Simvoly - Drag & Drop Website Builder ($49 Fixed Price)

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  • Jan 16th, 2018 5:24 pm
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Newbie
Dec 25, 2013
31 posts
50 upvotes
Thunder Bay

Simvoly - Drag & Drop Website Builder ($49 Fixed Price)

Deal Link:
Price:
49 USD
Savings:
90% Off
Retailer:
AppSumo
Premium Website Builder comparable to Wix, Squarespace & Others

Normally $22/month... for a one-time purchase of $49 it's a no-brainer for anyone considering starting their own website now or in the near future.
After 3 months this deal is paid for, really low-risk type of deal especially after lbmeyer confirming AppSumo's great customer service with companies that shut down in short amount of time.
  • The E-Commerce Plan comes with:

    Unlimited Pages
    Unlimited Storage
    Unlimited Bandwidth
    Unlimited Contributors
    Analytics and Tracking
    Up to 100 Store Products (Get Unlimited Store Products for $10/mo)
    Unlimited Website Members
    0% Transaction Fees
    60-day money back guarantee. No matter the reason.
    All future updates & integrations for E-Commerce Plan are included
PC Mag Simvoly Review
I've bought numerous lifetime deals on Appsumo over the past few years and some of them have been fantastic value. As far as I know, all but one company that offered a lifetime deal on Appsumo have had their services shut down (in this case it was Verse, another publishing platform and reason being that they were bought out by Dropbox). With Verse closing shop, Appsumo ended up refunding money to buyers via credits.
- lbmeyer

Reminder: Please stick to discussion of the deal, asking for or offering referrals is not allowed.
Last edited by andjosaus on Jan 8th, 2018 10:52 pm, edited 9 times in total.
67 replies
Member
Dec 24, 2011
227 posts
64 upvotes
New Westminster
Got one! Never heard of Simvoly but it likely the same as Squarespace and Wixx?
Member
Dec 24, 2011
227 posts
64 upvotes
New Westminster
After purchasing I received an offer for a $200 GC for $150? Considering I just paid $147 USD for 3 of the OP deal, is that legit? Could I return and re-order with the GC?
Newbie
Jan 10, 2011
6 posts
Toronto
$49 lifetime E-Commerce site hosting with 0 transaction fee?

What is transaction fee? Customer purchasing on the site and pay with credit card with 0 transaction fee? If yes, then this is super hot!
Member
User avatar
Apr 5, 2016
224 posts
187 upvotes
BC
Yes, this is a smoking hot deal - almost too good to be true.
Zoomer Wireless = 2+ years
Tangerine = 10+ years
Member
Aug 7, 2011
336 posts
237 upvotes
Edmonton
ChiliPalmer wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 1:22 am
Yes, this is a smoking hot deal - almost too good to be true.
My thoughts exactly. This is nuts.
Member
User avatar
Apr 5, 2016
224 posts
187 upvotes
BC
tailetong wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 1:20 am
$49 lifetime E-Commerce site hosting with 0 transaction fee?

What is transaction fee? Customer purchasing on the site and pay with credit card with 0 transaction fee? If yes, then this is super hot!
Transaction Fee usually refers to the website hosting company charging you a fee on top of the merchant fee. So if you accept credit card or whatever you will still need to pay the merchant fees to paypal, square, moneris or whoever you use, but the hosting company in this case Simvoly won't charge you.
Zoomer Wireless = 2+ years
Tangerine = 10+ years
Newbie
Nov 24, 2014
32 posts
13 upvotes
Vancouver
The $1320 price tag seems extremely inflated. Can someone unbiased weigh in?
Member
Dec 24, 2011
227 posts
64 upvotes
New Westminster
But they have no discount for shipping right?
Newbie
Sep 8, 2016
16 posts
3 upvotes
Can I connect my own domain to this with no additional fee?
Newbie
Jul 25, 2017
82 posts
12 upvotes
this is USD remember that so it comes up to $62 cad
Sr. Member
Nov 19, 2005
844 posts
122 upvotes
PeterJan wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 2:55 am
Can I connect my own domain to this with no additional fee?
+1 .. need to know this too. gonna browse and see.
Sr. Member
Nov 19, 2005
844 posts
122 upvotes
bilaliz wrote:
Jan 9th, 2018 3:09 am
+1 .. need to know this too. gonna browse and see.
yes you can connect your own domain and there appears to be no fees for that.
Member
Mar 2, 2017
373 posts
154 upvotes
I am skeptical myself. Can someone who purchased this or used it in the past confirm legitimacy

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