The book and video courses are separate products
The book and video have been designed as stand-alone separate products.
While you can learn Excel using either, many learners find it easier to use the two together. You can then watch a video and follow-through using the book.
Book purchasers (and any other user) with limited budgets can view every video lesson in every course completely free of charge using our Freeview service.
Why we don’t bundle book and video membership into one product
Our philosophy is to sell our books and video memberships for the absolute minimum possible price making them extremely attractive to schools, colleges, corporate buyers (and individuals) that have limited budgets. Buyers have often remarked that it costs less to have our paper books delivered free than it would cost in paper and toner to print themselves!
We don’t bundle video membership and book purchase as this would increase the price of books and force book owners to purchase a video course membership that they may not want or need.
The same philosophy has been used to price our annual online video memberships. We charge the absolute minimum required to cover the bandwidth and sever infrastructure costs incurred in delivering unlimited video viewing to our members. This does not provide any scope for discounts to be offered.