Huge savings at The Economist magazine today with up to $148 off per year. (Paper and iPad version)
DiscountMags now offers deep price cuts on The Economist and Forbes magazines from $5. The real headlining offering here is the 1 year of The Economist with print and digital access for $76.99 in addition to free delivery every week, without any sales tax and without any automatic renewal. Otherwise, you can opt only for digital side of things $54.99. This matches our previous mention and a particularly strong price drop. On Amazon it sells for $225 right now and you only get the print version. That’s up to $148 in savings and the best price we can find. Today’s offer can be used to extend an existing subscription or to get one for the first time and you can also send it to an address of your choice with an optional gift note at checkout. See below for more details.
For those who don’t know here, The Economist covers everything from global politics to the latest medical and scientific advances, headlines from around the world, business-related affairs and much more. “Each issue contains in-depth articles to suit all interests, including topics such as current affairs, the latest political climate, business affairs and the economy.”
Browse The Economist and Forbes offers here as well as this weekend’s DiscountMags sale event. You will find a wide selection of titles starting from $5.50many of which are at the lowest prices anywhere on the internet and are around $0.50 above the best we’ve tracked in 2022.
So go get your April eBook gifts from Amazon before time runs out over the weekend.
The Economist magazine presents:
Created in 1843 to campaign against protectionist grain laws, The Economist remained, in the second half of its second century, faithful to the liberal principles of its founder. James Wilson, a hatter from the small Scottish town of Hawick, believed in free trade, internationalism and minimal government interference, especially in market affairs. The Economist also takes a fiercely independent stance on social issues, from same-sex marriage to the legalization of drugs, but its main service to its readers is as a global newspaper: discovering new ideas from around the world.