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Monday, November 8, 2010
DIY bike plans Thanksgiving special - buy 6 for only $29.95
Greetings fellow bike hackers, builders and cyclists. We are excited about a new promotion this month. It's our way of saying thanks for helping to keep the Atomic Zombie spirit alive online and around the world. Cheers, friends.
Go to www.atomiczombie.com
Click on BIKE PLANS in the top menu bar.
Choose 6 bike plans (add each one to cart).
When you have 6 plans in your cart, the special appears:
Cost per item is $4.99
Your total is $29.94 USD
Checkout with PayPal or credit card.
All of our plans are delivered as PDF files containing high resolution images and diagrams for optimal viewing and printing.
Once you have checked out, an email will be sent to your email address connected to your PayPal account. This email will contain download links that will remain valid for up to seven days. Please click on the download link and immediately download the PDF to your computer hard drive.
Important: Ensure that your PayPal account has your current and valid email address, or you will not be able to receive the download links containing the plan(s) in a timely manner.
If you do not receive the email containing the download link(s) within 48 hours of your successful order, it is possible that your email provider's filters have incorrectly flagged the message. Please check your email blocked/spam folder before contacting our Customer Service department.
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