15 Jul 2015
After a long, long delay, the 2015 KUBIAK fantasy football projection workbook is finally available for purchase!
For just $20, you can download an Excel workbook customizable to fit the rules of your specific league. One low price lets you download unlimited updates throughout the preseason as well as a midseason update after Week 3. The KUBIAK projections workbook also includes additional data not published in Football Outsiders Almanac, including IDP projections and additional categories such as QB sacks, points/yards allowed for team defenses, and kick and punt returns.
We've also put up for sale the package deals that allow you to combine KUBIAK with Football Outsiders Almanac 2015 and an FO Premium subscription. You can buy those deals now, although you will need to come back to our site when the (very delayed) FOA 2015 is ready for download. We're currently shooting for July 29.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! Once again, we have partnered with our friends at DraftKings.com to bring all our readers a very special offer to reduce the cost of the KUBIAK projections. If you have never played a daily fantasy contest at DraftKings.com before, just deposit $10 into a brand new account and you will get $20 off your KUBIAK purchase. You can take $20 off of package deals that feature KUBIAK along with FOA 2015, or you can get KUBIAK on its own absolutely free.
Click here to find out more about this discount offer, or click here to go to DraftKings.com so you can make your deposit! Make sure after making your deposit to wait 8-10 minutes before coming back here to use your e-mail address as your code to get KUBIAK for free. Please note that this offer is only available to those users who are making a first-time deposit at DraftKings.com.
If you missed the original announcement about this year's unfortunate delays, it is here. Unfortunately, the site's mobile/back-end redesign (mentioned in that announcement) isn't be ready to go live along with sales of KUBIAK. We hope to have it done when the book is released at the end of the month.
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