Rare deals on The New Yorker magazine and more starting at $ 5
DiscountMags has now kicked off this weekend’s magazine sale with seldom-scaled titles including The New Yorker, Sports Illustrated, Time, and more. However, you’ll also find a host of other Car and Driver titles at Bon Appetit, National Geographic, and more up to 93% reduction the rates in force. DiscountMags will never charge sales tax or automatically renew your subscriptions, let alone completely free shipping every month. This sale runs until Monday and you can find even more details below.
Deals on The New Yorker, Time and more:
While there are a number of much more affordable titles this weekend, the one-year subscription to The New Yorker on $ 71.95 shipped very rarely happens. Regularly between $ 100 and $ 150 per year on Amazon in 2021, this is the lowest price we can find and a great opportunity to land it on your coffee table twice a month for a year. We haven’t seen The New Yorker go below $ 100 on Amazon since Black Friday 2020. It’s also a perfect opportunity to score a subscription as a gift, as any title in your cart can be sent to a different address. with an optional gift note.
The New Yorker began in 1925 and is well known for its “Pulitzer Prize winning journalism, political and cultural commentary, fiction, poetry, humor and more.” Further details can be found below.
Be sure to browse through the rest of this week’s rarely discounted sales until 93% reduction a range of other titles. So check out yesterday’s collection of discounted gaming art books from $ 17 before you dive into the Walmart 2021 Toy Book and Amazon First Reads November eBook gifts.
Learn more about the New Yorker:
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, reports and analysis on Washington and the world. The latest in TV, movies and music, plus Goings On About Town weekly. Now available in each issue, the solution will arrive the following week. The cartoons and other fun stuff you need to get you through the day. For readers who demand the best, The New Yorker features unprecedented reporting and commentary on politics and foreign affairs, business and technology, popular culture and the arts, as well as humor, fiction, poetry and, of course, cartoons animated.
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