Score a year of The Economist magazine at up to $150 off with deals from $54

$150 off From $54
Black Friday Economist magazine sale

DiscountMags is now offering some deep deals on The Economist magazine. You can score the digital-only version for $53.99 or the print + digital 1-year subscription for $74.99. There are no delivery fees or sales tax here and DiscountMags will never auto-renew your subs on you. Both the lowest prices we can find, a digital 1-year Kindle subscription goes for $100 and the print-only option at Amazon is fetching $225 per year right now. Needless to say, this is up to $150 in savings compared to the Amazon listings and the lowest we can find. If you’re looking to have all 51 issues of this one dropped on door step for a year, or renew your existing subscription at a discount, this is it. Head below for more details. 

This one covers all things current affairs, politics, business affairs, and economics. “For readers who are interested in the latest news on art, entertainment, political, and world news, The Economist magazine also regularly includes book and movie reviews. Having such a well-rounded depth of content is one of the reasons it is one of the most popular current affairs magazines in circulation today.”

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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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