While the weekend DiscountMags sale will run through the end of the day, we have some extremely notable early Black Friday offers right now. These include rare price drops on Sports illustrated alongside a fantastic deal on The Economist magazine. Head below for all the details.
You can grab a print subscription to The Economist magazine for 1 year at $44.99 shipped. Simply use code 9TO5TOYS at checkout. This normally sells for $152 per year — it’s currently on sale for $48 at Amazon — saving you around $107. This deal is also about $5 below the typical exclusive sale price, making it one of the best listings we have ever tracked. You can also opt for the digital version for the same price or grab both a print copy and the digital version for $70. Both of these deals require the same code as above and are the best prices around.
Next up is Sports Illustrated. You can now grab a 2-year subscription for just $14.99 with free delivery and digital access included. Currently on sale at Amazon for $39 per year, it usually fetches over $40. This rarely ever goes on sale in our weekend offers, and is almost never this low, so now is a great time to buy if you’re interested.
You have about 14 hours left to grab Sports illustrated at the holiday price while The Economist will be live until the end of the day tomorrow.
As always, there are no delivery fees, no sales tax and DiscountMags will never auto-renew your sub on you. Any mag in your cart can also be sent to separate addresses with a personalized note should you choose to do so.
The Economist Magazine:
Anyone wanting to stay up-to-date on the latest national and world news will find The Economist magazine invaluable. Each issue contains detailed articles to satisfy every interest, including topics such as current affairs, the latest political climate, business affairs, and economics. In addition, it frequently features articles in areas such as science or technology to provide those perspectives, and also includes country-specific information because the state of countries such as China directly impact the rest of the world.
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