As we move on with the deep DiscountMags early Black Friday deals, today we have very notable offers on Popular Science and Bon Appetit magazine…
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Both Popular Science and Bon Appetit regularly dip down to $5 throughout the year in our exclusive sales. But very rarely do they drop any lower. The only times they get in to the sub-$5 range is in larger, more expensive bundles and very special holiday sales like today. In fact, we are in the sub-$4 territory for Black Friday.
Using code 9TO5TOYS at checkout, a one-year subscription to Popular Science is just $3.89 shipped and Bon Appetit drops to just $3.90 shipped. Both prices are available for up to 3 years and you can use them to renew your sub at a discount. Regular $12 each, this is even lower than the current sale price on Amazon right now where Popular Science sells for $10 per year and Bon Appetit goes for $5.
As always, there is no delivery fees, no sales tax and DiscountMags will never auto-renew your sub. You can send any of the mags in your cart to a separate address with a personalized gift note should you choose to do so.
Popular Science Magazine:
Popular Science magazine is one of the nation’s oldest and imost influential magazines on trends in the scientific world. It provides a way for you to stay updated on the newest technology, inventions, and theories that affect our world today. Popular Science magazine also has many practical and insightful news stories that every household can use.
The magazine features some of the newest and coolest technology making the rounds in the scientific world. Many of these gadgets are ones that your family would like to own or could use some day. Hear the lowdown on the technology as it is comes from the industry by picking up a copy of Popular Science.
The magazine also contains many odd stories with questions that you’ve thought about but never asked. Why are mouth guards flavored? How can you make bread last thirty days? These are the types of curious questions answered by scientific testing and research in Popular Science magazine.