Wednesday, August 29, 2012

2013 RootsTech deal

NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The "not so secret" insider info regarding the 2013 RootsTech Conference pre-registration...

For a limited time, before RootsTech 2013 registration officially opens to the public, you can receive $100 off the full 3-day conference pass price (regular price is $219, exclusive Insider price is only $119). Exclusive Insider Early Registration is available only from August 29 to September 2, 2012.

RootsTech is a fast-growing conference with a unique emphasis on helping individuals learn and use the latest technology to get started or accelerate their efforts to find, organize, preserve, and share their family’s connections and history. The 2013 conference will be held March 21-23 in Salt Lake City, UT. 
In it’s third year, RootsTech 2013 will offer many new, exciting resources for genealogists and family historians of all skill levels. Join the thousands of attendees and experience:
·      More Classes, More Speakers – great new sessions and more hands-on workshops to attend
·      40% Bigger Expo Hall – exciting new exhibitors with great products and services for you to discover 
·      New! Getting Started Track – all the basics and lots of help for beginners to jump start their family research
·      Developer Day – consolidated track specifically designed for technology developers
To take advantage of this limited time offer:
1.   Go to
2.   Click the registration button
3.   Be sure to enter in promo code:  BLOG119
For more information about RootsTech 2013, visit Full conference schedules can be viewed during the registration process.


  1. Are you saying this is the ONLY Early-bird registration deal that will be available for RootsTech 2013, Myrt? Several people from my town were hoping to get in for less than $119.

    1. This is all I've heard thus far. it is $20 more than the best deal for 2011 and 2012. A good deal if the 2013 is indeed 40% larger as promised.

  2. I am a FH Consultant and I think we were offered a great deal last year, but I was not able to attend. Does anyone have knowledge of that offer?

  3. Haven't heard, Joyce. I think that announcement would come via email to LDS Family History Consultants as it did in previous years?