digital access Stories May 31, 2016

Wired and Popular Science Magazine Bundle: 1yr. sub for $8 shipped ($25+ value), more

DiscountMags is now offering Wired and Popular Science Magazine bundled together for just $7.99 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS at checkout. At just $4 each, that’s $1 under our usual sale price and matching the typical bundle or holiday deals. It is also matching the price of our 5 for $20 bundle offer from this past weekend’s Memorial Day sale. Today’s deal is available for both new customers and existing subscribers. The Wired subscription includes digital access.

As always, there is no sales tax, completely free delivery every month and DiscountMags will never auto-renew on you. The bundle can be sent as a gift with a personalized note if you choose and digital access will arrive once the first print edition does.

If the bundle doesn’t interest you, be sure to take a look through Amazon’s Gold Box magazine deals today for more options.

digital access Stories April 26, 2016

Motor Trend magazine w/ digital access 4-yr. sub for just $12 shipped (Reg. up to $40)

Update (4/26 3:30pm): DiscountMags is also offering a one year subscription to Popular Photography and Outdoor Photography bundled together for just $7.99 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS at checkout. Today’s deal is available for both new subscribers and renewals.

DiscountMags is offering a 4 year subscription to Motor Trend magazine for just $12 shipped with digital access included using code 9TO5TOYS at checkout. At just $3 per year, this is matching the lowest price we ever see on this mag, outside of single year bundle deals during the end-of-year sales, and even then we are talking within $0.40 or less. That’s $24 below 4 years worth of print direct from Motor Trend, and you don’t even get the digital access with that deal. It’s also about $28 under the usual DiscountMags price, the lowest total we can find and today’s deal is available for both new subscribers and renewals.

digital access Stories November 23, 2015

Black Friday Magazine deals from under $4: Rolling Stone, GQ, ESPN, Bon Appetit, more

Update (11/25 11:40am): Today the DiscountMags Black Friday offerings include Rolling Stone magazine and Bon Appetit for $3.89 along with Wine Enthusiast for $3.99. Once again, any of these mags below $5 is very notable, but under $4, grab them while you can as this pricing only happens once a year. The deals on GQ and ESPN are still live and remember, everything in your cart can be sent as gifts to different addresses with personalized notes. 

Update (11/24 11:10am): Today’s Black Friday magazine deals are GQ and ESPN, both with digital iPad access, for $3.79 per year each. Usually these mags dip down to $5 a year or so each in our regular sales, with the odd bundle deal dropping them down even further. But almost never do we see them under $4. GQ can be had for up to three years and ESPN is available for up to 3 years at the discounted rate. No codes are needed and the below Black Friday pricing on Men’s Fitness and Architectural Digest.

As we got a taste of last week, DiscountMags will be offering one-off Black Friday pricing on a number of popular magazines all this week. Each of the deals will only be around for a short time, with more being added to this post daily. By the looks of it, these deals will be some of the lowest prices of the year without requiring multiple year commitments or large bundles.

Today we have two very solid options. First up is a one year subscription to Men’s Fitness magazine for $2.99 with free shipping. From time-to-time we see the popular men’s fitness mag dip down below $5, and even as low as $4, but this is by far the best price we have seen all year without being bundled. By comparison, the same subscription will cost you $20 direct from Men’s Fitness. The discounted price can be had for up to 3 years.

Next is Architectural Digest for $3.89 per year with free shipping and digital access (Kindle Fire, iPad, and Nook). That’s more than $26 under Architectural Digest’s price and the best we can find. Our usual sales almost never bring Architectural Digest below $5, even in the bundle deals and multi-year promotions. So at under $4, this is certainly one of the best prices we have seen.

Remember, all purchases in your cart at DiscountMags can be sent as gifts if you choose. Meaning each mag can be sent to a different address with a personalized gift note.

Notes: No codes required for today’s deals. There is never any shipping fees, auto renewals or sales tax at DiscountMags, and digital access usually arrives once the first print edition does.

digital access Stories November 14, 2015

expiredMagazine subs BOGO 50% off from $4.50/yr: Wired, GQ, ESPN, Dwell, Popular Science, Rolling Stone, many more

DiscountMags is offering a Buy One Get One 50% off deal on just about all of its most popular titles. This brings mags like Wired, Dwell, Popular Science, Rolling Stone, GQ, ESPN and many more down below $4.50 a year. Head below for the details:

digital access Stories June 20, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $3/yr: Wired, Maxim, ESPN, GQ, Nat Geo, Men’s Health, Dwell, many more

DiscountMags has started its weekend Summer magazine sale. There are a number of popular titles matching our usual exclusive lows including Wired, Rolling Stone, Dwell, and GQ, plus a few that are sitting at even more notable prices like Men’s Health and Maxim.

Starting at $5/yr, Wired, Rolling Stone, Dwell, ESPN, Architectural Digest, Esquire, and GQ are matching the single year, single sub prices we see outside of some special bundle deals and holiday pricing. Many of which come with digital access for iPad included in the price.

A few standouts from the sale include Maxim magazine for $3 a year, for up to 4 years. It isn’t often Maxim dips down this low outside of holiday/bundle pricing. You’ll also find Men’s Health for $5 a year with digital access, which rarely drops below $6 per year without being bundled, and National Geographic for $30 on a two year sub with digital access, matching the lowest we have seen this mag go for.

Remember, you can gift these subscriptions with the ability to put in different addresses and a custom note for each sub in your order. As usual, there is no sales tax, delivery fees or auto renewals. Digital access comes once the first print edition does in most cases.

digital access Stories April 16, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.50/yr: Rolling Stone, Maxim, GQ, Dwell, Runner’s World, more

Today’s magazine deals include Rolling Stone and GQ with digital access, as well as Dwell, Runner’s World and Maxim.

Both Rolling Stone and GQ magazine can be had for $5 each with digital access for iPad and free delivery using code 9TO5TOYS (up to 3 years). Both of which are matching our standard exclusive pricing and represent the lowest current prices available. Only in multi-year/mag and special sales do we see either of them go for less. The same goes for Maxim and Runner’s World at $4.50 and $6 respectively.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

As usual, expect no sales tax, delivery fees or auto renewals. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

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