UroToday offers major discount for patients and consumers

Several weeks ago, the UroToday web site (which used to be free) started to charge a significant annual fee ($139.00) to use their site. The “New” Prostate Cancer InfoLink has learned that (for at least a brief period of time) UroToday is offering patients and consumers a year’s subscription for just $30.00.

To take advantage of this offer — if you are interested — you  need to follow the instructions below.

  • First, just CLICK HERE, which will take you to the subsciption page for UroToday
    • If you have not previously been a registered user of UroToday, you first need to register.
    • If you are or have been a registered used of UroToday, you will need to log in.

Now, in order to take advantage of their discount

  • Check the box that says “To purchase, please accept our Terms and Conditions”
  • Click on the “Add to Cart” button

This will take you to the actual “check-out” process, where you need to

  • Check the box to the left of the UroToday image
  • Enter the promotion code TWEETPROMO in the appropriate box (which will reduce your subscription from $139.00 to $30.00
  • Follow the rest of the normal “check-out” instructions (using a credit card or eCheck)
  • Do remember to check the box where it says “Redeem Your Promotion Code” during this process

We have no idea how long UroToday will make this offer available or whether they will be willing and able to maintain this subscription price for more than a brief period of time … but for those who used to take advantage of the content of this site on a regular basis, $30.00 seems like a pretty good deal in these economic times.

We would note that according to the promotional information we received from UroToday, “All paid subscriptions contribute to UroToday initiatives providing free subscriptions to patients and caregivers in developing nations.” If you want more information about this initiative, you will need to e-mail UroToday.

6 Responses

  1. Would the UK, at least from your side of the Pond, be considered a developing nation?

  2. Optimist!

  3. Thank you so much for this information. I have been monitoring UroToday for years, and when they put a price of $139.00 per year to subscribe, despite the up-to-date information they provide, I wasn’t up to that amount. Just finished subscribing for this special access for only $30.00 for the next year. Whether they will offer the same next year will likely depend on how many patients take advantage of this offer. If they gain enough income from our participation, it just might continue. So, I would encourage all prostate cancer patients “signing up.” Be sure to follow sitemaster’s direction regarding the promotion code “TWEETPROMO” since this is important.

  4. I wanted to add: For those subscribers to The “New” Prostate Cancer InfoLink from “developing nations,” I would highly recommend taking advantage of “free” subscribing by e-mailing UroToday and providing your name, e-mail address, name of your country, and asking for a free subscription based on their “developing nations” program.

  5. Thank you for letting everyone on this site know of our offer. We are making this available at least through September 2011. If anyone experiences issues in the subscription process, please email us at editors@urotoday.com! Thanks for your support. We do make subscriptions available for all in developing countries and the subscription fees allow is to do this! So again thank you!

    Gina Carithers

  6. As of August 1, 2012, UroToday is free again. Thank you for your support and patience over the past year!

    Gina Carithers

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