Otzar HaChochma Launches Summer Sale with New Feature

The annual summer sale of Otzar HaChochma is now in progress including version 22.0 of the software and the revolutionary “Meforshei HaOtzar” add-on at a 30% discount! Hurry up before the sale ends on 25 Sivan!

The annual summer sale of Otzar HaChochma is now in progress! The sale will continue until the 25th of Sivan 5784 (June 1 – July 1, 2024). During this period, you can purchase version 22.0 of the software at a 30% discount, with the option of up to 10 payments on a credit card!

Additionally, for the first time, a 30% discount is also being offered on the “Meforshei HaOtzar” add-on, which brings the best commentators, Rishonim and Acharonim, on every passage in the Talmud, Rashi, and Tosafot in a convenient and interactive manner, making the learning experience deeper and more comprehensive than ever before.

Not familiar with ‘Meforshei HaOtzar’? watch >

This is the first time the Book Week promotion includes “Meforshei HaOtzar” (and we don’t know if it will happen again in the future), so this is a unique and one-time opportunity!

Otzar HaChochma, the world’s largest digital Torah library, provides access to an immense collection of 138,000 books, all available at the click of a button. The software is marketed on a small, powerful, and fast external hard drive (SSD), and is user-friendly and easy to use even for those who are not computer-savvy. Otzar HaChochma is an essential tool in every Jewish home, educational institutions, yeshivos, kollelim, rabbinical courts, Torah institutes, seminaries, and colleges.

Don’t miss the chance to turn your dream into reality and purchase Otzar HaChochma at an especially affordable price! The promotion ends on the 25th of Sivan (July 1, 2024).

Summer sale price list > •  Online purchase >

To order: +972-2-5866078 / [email protected] / US: 845-316-0112 / CA: 438-878-7674 /

You can also purchase online at: www.otzar.biz

Watch the new Meforshei Haotzar at work:

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