(Update 12/03 11:40am): Amazon is now offering some notable 6-month subscriptions at just $1 for today only. You’ll find titles like GQ, Wired, W magazine, Golf Digest, Bon Appetit and more in the sale. Watch out for the auto-renewal at Amazon and be sure to check the Black Friday blowout deal for more titles…
The DiscountMags Black Friday 2017 Blowout Sale is live again this weekend! Once again, we are seeing some of the best prices of the year here with no large bundle purchases required…
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While we have posted a few notable magazine recently, everything is of equal price or less in this weekend’s sale. A few standouts are Wired for slightly under $4 and Dwell magazine for just $2.50 per year (2-year subscription only).
- Wired $4/yr (Reg. $20)
- Popular Science $3.90/yr (Reg. $12+)
- Rolling Stone $3.90/yr (Reg. $12+)
- Dwell 2-years $5 ($40 value)
- Men’s Health $4.50/yr (Reg. $20+)
- ESPN $3.75/yr (Reg. $30)
- GQ $3.75/yr (Reg. $30)
- Car & Driver 4 years $10 (Reg. $40+)
- …and many more….
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.
Wired magazine is a computer magazine devoted to readers who want to know more about that world. Every issue covers the newest and hottest electronic devices, giving readers an inside look at those devices before they hit the streets. From the hottest technologies to reviews of the best devices on the market, Wired magazine is a must-read publication for those interested in technology.
Readers flock to Wired magazine because the publisher understands that readers want more than just another computer magazine. Every issue covers topics like philosophy, art, science, and the culture of those playing on the Internet. You will find hot topics in the Start section such as airlines that burst on the scene by offering wireless access on planes. This section even jumps into worlds you won’t find covered in other magazines such as how some cultures use electronics in unusual ways.