National Geographic Stories April 25

expiredAmazon offers deep deals on Ancestry Testing Kits for National DNA Day, starting from $69

Today is National DNA Day and Amazon is discounting a number of DNA testing kits as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day. Starting from $69, all of today’s options carry 4+ star ratings and are either matching or beating the Amazon all-time low. Be sure to browse through each kit to make sure you get the right one for you. For example, the Vitagene option offers up some additional info on “foods, exercises, and vitamins”, among other things. Deals are down below.

National Geographic Stories April 22, 2016

expiredMulti-year magazine subs: Bloomberg Businessweek 3-yr $20, National Geographic 2-yr $30, many more

This weekend’s DiscountMags sale is highlighting a number of titles we don’t normally see in the weekly sales, or very often at all for that matter. One standout is certainly the Bloomberg Businessweek 3 year subscription for $19.99 shipped. That’s 162 issues matching the lowest price we have ever tracked outside of a once-a-year holiday bundle sale. We almost never see this one last more than a day (like it will this weekend) and it doesn’t pop up very often otherwise, so be sure to jump on it while you can if you’re interested.

National Geographic Stories February 29, 2016

Magazine subs from $4.50/yr + digital access: ESPN, National Geographic, many more

DiscountMags is offering one year subscriptions to ESPN magazine with digital access included for$4.50 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS at checkout. Note: today’s deal is only for new subscribers, not renewals. That’s more than $21 below the usual DiscountMags sale price and the best price we can find. Even with the $10 Amazon gift card ESPN direct offers right now with sub purchases, you’re still saving more than $15. Very rarely do we see this mag drop below $4.50/year on its own. To get it any lower than this outside special end-of-year holiday sales you would typically need to purchase as many as 4 or more titles at once. As always, there is no shipping fees, no sales tax and no auto-renewals.

National Geographic Stories October 9, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from under $4.50/yr: Wired, GQ, ESPN, Dwell, Pop Science, Men’s Health, Rolling Stone, many more

This weekend’s DiscountMags sale is offering up some particularly nice prices on multi-year subscriptions. Wired, Popular Science, Rolling Stone, Dwell and many more come well below the usual exclusive deal prices:

National Geographic Stories August 29, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.70/yr: Popular Science, Wired, GQ, Rolling Stone, Golf Digest, Nat Geo, many more

The DiscountMags Rock Bottom sale is in full effect for this weekend. While last weekend’s multi-year sale yielded some pretty amazing deals on the most popular mags, many of the same titles are at very notable prices without locking you into to more than one year this weekend.

There are tons of great deals here across the board, but you’ll want to zero in on the heavy hitters that dip below $5 a year: Wired, GQ, Golf Digest, Bon Appetit, Rolling Stone and Popular Science. Very rarely do we see these mags go for as low as $4.70 and $4.80 per year without forcing you into multi-mag bundles or multiple year subscriptions.

Other notable deals in today’s sale include National Geographic for $30 on a two year sub (matching the lowest we’ve seen), and Men’s Journal for $4.50 on a one year sub. Maxim does come down to as low as $3 from time to time.

As always, you get free shipping (in the US), no sales tax, and no auto-renewals. Digital access is available once the first print edition arrives, in most cases.

National Geographic Stories August 7, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $3/yr: Motor Trend, Wired, Men’s Fitness, ESPN, National Geographic, Dwell, more

DiscountMags has now kicked off its Back To School Super Sale offering a number of solid discounts on the most popular titles. But first, we have a couple limited deals to get to that are even better:

You can grab a one subscription to Men’s Fitness or Muscle & Fitness for just $3.99 each with free shipping using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. Both mags regularly go for around $20 and very rarely dip below $5 a year, especially without being bundled or locking you into more than 1 year.

Next up, we have a very notable deal on a 4 year subscription to Motor Trend magazine for $12 shipped (select the 4 year option) using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. At just just $3 a year, that’s $24 less than the same amount of issues from Motor Trend direct and the lowest we ever see outside of once a year holiday pricing.

As for the weekend sale we are seeing matches on some of the most popular titles like Wired, GQ, ESPN, The Atlantic, Golf Digest, Dwell, Rolling Stone, and more from $5. These mags down drop down below that without being bundled or inside of a special multi-year deal very often. Another standout is National Geographic for $30 w/ digital access on a 2 year sub, which is matching the best we’ve seen.

Again, you’ll want to avoid the Men’s Fitness and Motor Trend deals in favor of the above mentioned deals. Maxim and Men’s Heath also tend to drop down lower than we are seeing in the Back To School sale.

Expect free shipping (in the US), no sales tax, and no auto-renewals. Digital access is available once the first print edition arrives, in most cases.

National Geographic Stories July 29, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $5/yr: Men’s Health, Wired, GQ, Dwell, National Geographic, more

We have a few notable deals from DiscountMags today including Men’s Health, Wired and GQ for $5 a year with digital access included, plus a multi-year deal on National Geographic.

While Wired and GQ are both matching our usual exclusive 1 year pricing without having to get locked in to multiple subs and in holiday sales, Men’s Health is especially notable. You can grab a one year subscription for $5 with digital access included and free delivery using code 9TO5TOYS during checkout. That’s half the price of Men’s Health direct and matching the best we see outside of special sales and without being inside more expensive bundles. Digital access is available on iPad and includes the entire issue along with some interactive extras and video.

Another notable deal today is a two year subscription to National Geographic for $30 with both digital access and free delivery using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. That’s $8 under both the direct price from National Geographic/the regular DiscountMags price and the matching the best we’ve seen. Today’s deal is available for both new subscribers and on renewals. Once again, digital access is available on both iPad and iPhone with the full issue and digital extras.

More notable mag deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

DiscountMags ships for free inside the US, never auto renews your subs and charges no sales tax.

 

National Geographic Stories May 22, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $3.50/yr: Wired, Maxim, GQ, ESPN, Dwell, Men’s Health, Rolling Stone, Forbes, many more

After seeing a very notable deal on a 3-year subscription (150 issues) to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine this morning for just $20 (Reg. $150), DiscountMags has now started its Memorial Day Blowout sale.

We are seeing a very large selection of the most popular titles including Wired, Rolling Stone, Men’s Health, Dwell, GQ, ESPN, Forbes, Paper and more. Many of which include digital access for iPad along with the traditional print issue. These mags are all matching the lowest single year price we see outside of rare bundle deals and without locking you into more than just one year.

A few standout deals from the bunch include Maxim magazine for just $3.50 a year, for up to 4 years. That’s easily the lowest price we’ve seen outside of once a year holiday prices and without the need to bundle it up with other mags. National Geographic for $30 on a 2 year sub and Men’s Health for $5 a year with digital access are also very notable prices and very rarely come down that low.

As usual, there is no shipping fees, no auto-renewals, and no sales tax. Note: digital access usually arrives once the first print issue does. No codes are required for today’s deals.

National Geographic Stories May 14, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $5/yr: ESPN, GQ, National Geographic, Men’s Health, more

Today’s magazine deals include usual exclusive one-year subscription prices on ESPN, GQ, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health and a notable multi-year deal on National Geographic.

While all of today’s deals are matching the best single year price we see outside of special bundle deals and once a year holiday pricing, the standout deal is the 2 year option on National Geographic. You can grab a 2 year subscription with digital access included for $30 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS. That’s $8 under the regular price/National Geo direct and matching the lowest we’ve seen.

Digital access includes “the full issue, cover-to-cover, exclusive interactive extras, videos, slideshows, and music” for your iPhone and iPad. You’ll find the complete activation instructions below.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

As per usual, DiscountMags does not charge sales tax, delivery fees and will never auto renew subscriptions. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

National Geographic digital access activation instructions:

  1. Please wait until your first subscription arrives
  2. Download the official National Geographic App on your iOS device.
  3. Once you have downloaded the app, indicate you are a Current Magazine Subscriber
  4. You will be directed to the sign up page. Enter either your name & address or zip code & 10 digit account number (located on the second row of your mailing label).
  5. Once that information has been verified, you will need to create a login and password. Tap “yes” if you would like to use a previously registered e-mail and password. Otherwise tap “no” to continue to register as a new user.
  6. When you are finished with your login and password information, tap “submit” and will have access to download your full digital issues!

National Geographic Stories April 17, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $3.50/yr: Wired, Dwell, Maxim, ESPN, Rolling Stone, National Geo, many more

We have an early look at this weekend’s 2 Year Magazine Sale from DiscountMags. We are seeing a number of notable prices with the multi-year offer on popular titles like Wired, Rolling Stone, Dwell, Fast Company, Maxim, ESPN and more.

While mags like GQ and Men’s Health don’t come down any lower than our usual deal price at $5/yr, both Wired and ESPN with digital access included come down to $4.75 per year with the 2 year subscription offer. That’s the best price we can find and within cents of the best deals we have seen this year. The same goes for both Rolling Stone and Dwell magazine at $9.50 each for a 2 year subscription.

Other notable titles in the sale are the 2 year subs on Maxim for $6.99 ($3.50/yr.), National Geographic for $30 (matching low) and Fast Company for $9.

There is free shipping on all of these monthly subs, no sales tax and no auto-renewals. Note: only available to those in the US and digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

National Geographic Stories April 14, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $5/yr: Wired, Men’s Health & Fitness, Fast Company, National Geographic, more

In today’s best magazine deals, we have Wired and Fast Company at the usual lows, plus a Men’s Health bundle deal and National Geographic magazine matching the lowest we see it go for.

While all of today’s deals are at least matching the best single year price we see on these mags outside of special bundle deals and once a year holiday pricing, the standout deal is National Geographic. You can grab a 2 year subscription with digital access included for $30 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS. That’s $8 under the regular price/National Geo direct and matching the lowest we’ve seen.

Digital access includes “the full issue, cover-to-cover, exclusive interactive extras, videos, slideshows, and music” for your iPhone and iPad.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

As always, DiscountMags does not charge sales tax or delivery fees and will not auto renew subscriptions on you. These deals only available to those in the US. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

National Geographic Stories March 21, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $3.50/yr: Maxim, Wired, GQ, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, many more

DiscountMags is now running its own March Madness sale this weekend with prices slightly edging out this week’s TopMags sale. After seeing a few sales so far this year undercutting our usual exclusive lows, this weekend’s sale is now the lowest we have see on a number of the most popular titles by as much as $0.30 per year including Wired, Maxim, GQ, and many more.

At $4.79 with digital access for iPad and other devices included, this is the lowest per year price by $0.10 we have seen outside of special mutli-mag/year deals on Wired, GQ, Rolling Stone, Bon Appetit and more. That’s more than 50% less then the direct pricing on Wired and the best price we can find. Other notable mags in the sale include National Geographic at $30 for a 2 year sub, matching the lowest we’ve seen it go for, and Maxim for $3.50 per year, the lowest we have seen the mag go for since last year’s holiday sales.

As per usual, DiscountMags will not charge sales tax or delivery fees and will never auto renew subscriptions. Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases, no codes required for this weekend’s deal.

National Geographic Stories February 26, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $5 per yr. w/ digital access: Rolling Stone, ESPN, Men’s Health, National Geographic, more

Today we have deals on Rolling Stone, ESPN, a Men’s Health & Fitness bundle, plus a multi-year deal on National Geographic magazine and more.

While all of today’s deals are at least matching the lowest single year subscription price we see outside of special bundle or multi year deals, the standout deal is 2 years of National Geographic for $30 shipped with digital access included using code 9TO5TOYS in the cart. That’s $8 under both the DiscountMags price and the best offer from National Geographic direct, as well as a match for the best we’ve seen. Digital is available on both iPad and iPhone and includes the “full issue, cover-to-cover, exclusive interactive extras, videos, slideshows, music,” and more.

National Geographic is the quintessential cultural publication in the world that provides its inquisitive readers with a stunning array of photographic images from every corner of the planet, accompanied by in-depth, well-researched articles. For more than a century, National Geographic has been a very precise source of information, which has made it one of the most authoritative and prestigious publications in magazine history

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

  • ESPN w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $26 sale, Wired available for $5 in cart with purchase)
  • Men’s Fitness & Men’s Health 1-yr sub: $10 (Reg. $44, $30 sale)
  • Rolling Stone 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $102, $20 sale)
  • Urban Farm 1-yr sub: $9 (Reg. $30, $15 sale)
  • Martha Stewart Living 1-yr sub: $10 (Reg. $60, $20 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will not auto renew subscriptions on you, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

National Geographic Stories February 17, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.75/yr: Dwell, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, Runner’s World, more

In today’s best magazine subscriptions, we have deals on Rolling Stone magazine, Runner’s World, Dwell, National Geographic and more.

Dwell can be had for $5 for one year with code 9TO5TOYS, but a two year sub drops down to $9.50. That’s $4.75 per year which is about $50 under the newsstand listing, $30 better than the sale price and matching the best price we see outside of rare multi-mag bundle/special deals. Dwell will charge you more than double for a 2 year print sub.

National Geographic w/ digital access for iPad and iPhone included can be had today for $30 on a 2 year sub. Available for both new customers and renewals, that’s $8 under the next best price and the best we’ve seen.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

  • Rolling Stone w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $102 newsstand, $20 sale)
  • Runner’s World 1-yr sub: $6 (Reg. $50, $12 sale)
  • TV Guide 2-yr sub: $20 (Reg. $203, $66 sale)
  • Martha Stewart Living 1-yr sub: $10 (Reg. $60, $20 sale)
  • Taste of Home w/ digital 1-yr sub: $6.25 (Reg. $24, $17 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will not auto renew subscriptions on you, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives in most cases.

National Geographic Stories February 4, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.75 per year: Dwell, Wired, National Geographic, Fast Company, more

Today’s magazine subscription deal include our usual low on Wired with digital access included as well as some solid multi-year pricing on Dwell and National Geographic.

You can grab Dwell for $5 for one year with code 9TO5TOYS, but a two year sub drops down to $9.50. At $4.75 per year, that’s around $50 under the newsstand listing, $30 better than the usual sale price and matching the best price we see outside of rare multi-mag bundle deals. Dwell direct charges more than double for a 2 year print sub.

National Geographic w/ digital access for iPad and iPhone included is available at $30 for a 2 year sub, which is matching the best previous low and currently $8 under the next best price we can find. Like last time, it is available at the discounted price for both new subs and renewals.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS including Wired and GQ with digital access included and more:

  • Wired w/ digital 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $60 newsstand, $12 sale)
  • Fast Company 1-yr sub: $5 (Reg. $50, $12 sale)
  • Taste of Home w/ digital 1-yr sub: $6.25 (Reg. $24, $17 sale)

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will never auto renew subscriptions, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives.

National Geographic Stories January 31, 2015

expiredMagazine subs from $4.50 per year: Maxim, Wired, Rolling Stone, ESPN, GQ, Dwell, National Geographic, many more

DiscountMags has kicked of its Annual Super Sale with a massive list of discounted titles including Wired, Rolling Stone, ESPN, GQ, Maxim, Dwell, National Geographic and many more. While we have seen many of the most popular magazines in the sale for between $1 and $0.50 less per year in multi-year/ mutli-mag bundles and special once a year sales, these prices are all matching the lowest we see on individual one-year prices.

We are also seeing a much larger selection of titles available in today’s sale (many of which with digital access included) spread across several categories like Sports, Health, Tech, Celebrity, Lifestyle, Travel, Food & Drink, Home, Photography, Business and more.

National Geographic is one standout deal from the bunch as it is available at $30 for a 2 year subscription, matching the previous low and $8 below the next best listing. It is available at that price for both new subscribers and those looking to add a couple more years on to an existing one.

DiscountMags will not charge sales tax, will never auto renew subscriptions, and offers completely free delivery (US only). Note: Digital access comes once the first print edition arrives.

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