DiscountMags has now kicked off this weekend’s sale with a number of notable deals on a wide range of magazine titles including Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, Fast Company, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, GQ, and much more. Much of the most popular titles are marked down to just below $5 per year and include free shipping every month, no sales tax, and will never get auto-renewed on you. Head below for a closer look at this weekend’s magazine sale.
While there are loads of notable deals on tap this weekend, one standout is Sports Illustrated at $13.95 per year. Regularly as much as $40, it currently goes for $20 at Amazon, is now matching our previous mention, and is at the lowest we can find. Sports Illustrated “features a wide range of sports-related articles and photographs, including columns written by the leading sports analysts and announcers.” It is is filled with “spectacular action photography and in-depth coverage” as well as previews for upcoming seasons, your favorite players, sports scandals, and a whole lot more.
It’s not just Sports Illustrated this week though, browse though the rest of this weekends sale for even more price drops on all of the aforementioned titles and then some. Just watch out for the Popular Mechanics offer, that one can be had for slightly less as part of mid-week price drops here.
Dive into our media deal hub for even more entertainment offers to stay occupied with this weekend. Then go scoop up these discounted Attack on Titan reads, your Amazon First Reads April eBook freebies, and browse through our latest reading list for some fresh new ideas.
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Every subscription comes with the infamous swimsuit issue, which features some of the most beautiful models and female athletes posing on the cover and on the pages. Once you finish looking at that issue, you can jump into the Leading Off section, which provides photographs of major events and games. Sports Illustrated Magazine includes a section devoted to the top games from past years, excerpts from books written by athletes and celebrities, information about upcoming games, news on teams and players, and previews before each new major sports season begins, including baseball, hockey, football, and basketball.
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