paper Stories March 12, 2016

Update (3/14 10:40am): 1byone via Amazon has its 50-mile Amplified Antenna w/ USB Power Supply for $22.99 Prime shipped when promo code 886LPIAB is applied during checkout. Rated 4.2/5 stars by 1,599 Amazon customers.

Cable and satellite costs continue to rise and consumers are left to make costly decision. Pay extra for tens or hundreds of channels they don’t watch or cut the cord. If you’re ready to kiss your cable bill goodbye, we have a couple of solid deals this morning that will do the trick.

Deal Fisher (99% positive from 14,000+ in the last 12 months) via Amazon offers the certified refurbished Mohu Leaf Paper-Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna for $14.99 Prime shipped. For a price comparison, today’s deal is a savings of $35 off the original listing, down $7 from the regular going rate and the lowest that Amazon has ever sold it for.

The Mohu Leaf Paper-Thin Indoor Antenna provides access to over-the-air channels within a 30 mile range. This product is omni-directional, so you don’t want to have to worry about where to point it. Additionally, the Mohu Leaf Paper-Thin is paintable and reversible so you can match it to your decor. We recommend using a site like AntennaWeb to confirm which stations are available in your area. A 90-day warranty is included with purchase. Over 1,700 Amazon customers have left a 4/5 star rating.

Prefer a slimmer design? Deal Fisher via Amazon also has the certified refurbished Mohu Leaf Metro 25-mile HDTV antenna for $9.99 Prime shipped (Reg. $16). The same 90-day warranty applies here.

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paper Stories December 13, 2015

Amazon is once again offering the Pencil by FiftyThree at its all-time lowest prices today. You can grab the iOS-friendly smart stylus for $29.99 in Graphite and $39.99 shipped in Gold or Walnut. The Graphite model will ship free for Prime members or in orders of $35 or more. This is matching both the deal we posted on Black Friday and the lowest they have ever been offered for.

With Pencil by FiftyThree you to draw or sketch ideas and art on your iPhone or iPad via the Paper iOS companion app. Features include Bluetooth connectivity, palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, USB recharging, and more. Rated 4.1/5 stars from over 1,450 Amazon customers. expand full story

paper Stories June 12, 2015

expiredMulti-year magazine subs from $3/yr: Wired, Maxim, GQ, ESPN, Dwell, Rolling Stone, Pop Science, Paper, more

The DiscountMags weekend sale is getting an early start once again, and it’s a good one. The sale features multi-year subscriptions to many of the most popular magazines including Rolling Stone, Wired, Architectural Digest, Dwell, Maxim, GQ and many more starting as low as $3 a year.

Wired is $9 for a 2-year sub ($4.50/yr.) w/ digital access, while GQ, Popular Science, Rolling Stone, Bon Appetit, Golf Digest, Popular Photography and more drop to $12.99 for a 3 year subscription (about $4.33/yr.). While we have seen these mags drop to $4 per year, it only happens in special bundle deals that lock you into 5 or more magazines. In this sale, prices are individual so you can get exactly what you want and are the best we can find.

Some other notables that very rarely drop down as low as in this weekend’s sale include Maxim for $11.99 on a 4 year sub ($3/yr.), Paper magazine for $16.99 on a 2 year sub and Architectural Digest for $10.99 on a 2 year sub ($5.50/yr.). All of which are $0.50 or more per year lower than our usual sale price and the best we can find.

You can choose to gift these subs to separate addresses with a custom note as well. Expect no sales tax, delivery charges or auto renewals. Note: digital access comes once the first print edition arrives. No codes needed for this weekend’s sale.

paper Stories April 23, 2015

Magazine subs from $4.50/yr: Wired, Paper, Smithsonian, ESPN, Entrepreneur, more

After seeing two of the best magazine sales of the year over the past week or so, today we have a couple notable deals on mags that didn’t appear in those sales. We have one year subscriptions to Smithsonian and Paper magazine matching the lowest prices we have seen this year.

A one year sub to Smithsonian magazine is available for $8.99 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS. That’s $39 below the newsstand price, $3 below the usual sale price/the direct Smithsonian price and matching the best we have seen.

Paper, the magazine that broke the internet (NSFW), is also available for $8.99 shipped using code 9TO5TOYS. That’s $1 below the direct price from Paper and matching the best price on a 1 year sub we have seen. However, you can grab a 2 year sub for just $14.99 direct from Paper.

The Los Angeles Times calls Paper “The hippest publication on Earth”. It is for readers everywhere who want to plug into the energy, the style and the intellectual currents of New York. The style, fashion, theater, clubs, restaurants and most of all the people the–up-and-comers whom Paper discovers before the rest of the world. Fresh, daring, graphically exciting.

More notable magazine deals using code 9TO5TOYS:

Keep in mind, you can expect no sales tax, delivery charges 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.

paper Stories July 24, 2014

Amazon offers the Pencil by FiftyThree Bluetooth enabled digital stylus, in graphite for $49.95 shipped (Reg. $60) or walnut for $59.95 shipped (Reg. $75). Be sure to clip the $10 or $15 coupon directly under the price on the listing page to lower the price at checkout. This is the first notable price drop we have seen for the Pencil by FiftyThree and is a savings of up to 20% off the list price. This popular Bluetooth stylus is the #1 seller amongst graphic tablet pens at Amazon, and is rated 4/5 stars by over 150 customers.

9to5Mac detailed the Pencil last year, highlighting the thought process that went into its design:

The stylus is designed to look and feel like a traditional carpenter’s pencil, with flat-sided design intended to be comfortable to hold and assist with accurate lines. The exterior is real wood (walnut from sustainable forests), and there are no buttons.

Currently, the Pencil is only compatible with Paper by FiftyThree for iPad, Noteshelf and Procreate, however it was recently announced that more apps will soon be enabled to utilize the stylus.

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