Save 20% On Scrivener (Mac/Win)

Scrivener for macOS and Windows
Scrivener for macOS and Windows
Last updated: April 29th, 2017. All links and promo codes are still valid as of this date.

Scrivener is possibly the best cross-platform writing tool available on the market. It’s fairly inexpensive compared to other apps and definitely holds it own against them.

If you’re looking for a discount on Scrivener for OS X or Windows (or even both), you can save 20% or more off the retail price by following the simple steps below (all links take you directly to the store and will open in a new window/tab):

  • For the macOS version, click here. $36; ($45 SRP, save $9).
  • For the Windows version, click here. $32; ($40 SRP; save $8).
  • For the macOS Education version, click here. $38.25 SRP.
  • For the Windows Education version, click here. $35 SRP.

At the checkout page, enter coupon code NANOWRIMO (20%), LISAALZO (20%), SUSSEXCENTRE (20%), MICHAELHYATT (20%), WORDSWITHJAM (20%), SIMPLYSCRIVENER (20%), or REDDIT (20%) to have the discount applied to your order. Once the payment process is complete, download the app (if you haven’t already), launch it, and when prompted enter the license information that was emailed to you.

Discount codes do not apply to education licenses.

You can also buy Scrivener on the Mac App Store if you’re a Mac user; however, the 20% discount doesn’t apply toward the price.

If you’re serious about writing and looking for something that will not only guide you along with using Scrivener but also explore the app in-depth, check out Scrivener Coach’s Learn Scrivener Fast for more details.

One Last Note

Occasionally, there will be codes to save up to 50% off the retail price. I will do my best to post them here, but it’s rare. Typically, the least you can save is 20% off the retail price, sometimes up to 25%. Those codes will be posted when possible.

If you ever need help or have a question about this deal or Scrivener in general, feel free to contact me, or leave a comment below.

Feel free to check out some books on Scrivener to help you along the way. There’s also a very handy, in-depth user’s guide included with the app (Mac, Windows), so be sure and reference that as well.

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