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Old 05-26-06, 01:14 PM
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Added American Cheerleader under Freebiz

Whether you are on your way to nationals or just trying to make the team, American Cheerleader will guide you every step of the way. Each issue brings you:

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* The latest trends in cheer fashion & beauty
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thanks for EGM!
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Good mags. thanks for the updates.
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Old 05-31-06, 08:16 AM
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Baseball Digest is the oldest baseball magazine in the country. The magazine provides captivating insights on major league baseball history and on current stars - from one-on-one interviews and special features to exclusive statistics that bring readers the information they seek about the game.
Anybody able to get this one? I tried a few industry/job titles but it's not offering this one.Which is rare for me. I can usually get these in 1 or 2 attempts.
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Old 06-01-06, 11:34 AM
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added Fitness under other (must join Club Mom)
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My wife joined the Club Mom thing but the link must be no good as it states nothing about the Fitness subscription nor can we find it on the site. Suggestions?
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can someone explain exactly how these work? Do they really work, no strings attached?
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This is probably a ridiculous question, but is there any way to get a subscription to Variety for free without being in the industry? It's $300 a year, and that's discounted from the newsstand price. I currently just steal my neighbor's copy (since they get two), but was hoping I can just get one legitimately.
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Old 06-06-06, 03:51 PM
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can someone explain exactly how these work? Do they really work, no strings attached?
Just sign up for em, and you get free magazines. No strings attached, I'm living proof.
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Old 06-06-06, 04:28 PM
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Just sign up for em, and you get free magazines. No strings attached, I'm living proof.
Same here. I was a bit skeptical at first but am a believer now.
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Old 06-07-06, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by pizzamousechips
This is probably a ridiculous question, but is there any way to get a subscription to Variety for free without being in the industry? It's $300 a year, and that's discounted from the newsstand price. I currently just steal my neighbor's copy (since they get two), but was hoping I can just get one legitimately.
You may want to check with any Frequent Flyer miles you have and see if they offer magazines in trade for the miles. A lot of them do -- and I got Daily Variety this way.
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Originally Posted by pizzamousechips
This is probably a ridiculous question, but is there any way to get a subscription to Variety for free without being in the industry? It's $300 a year, and that's discounted from the newsstand price. I currently just steal my neighbor's copy (since they get two), but was hoping I can just get one legitimately.
Amazon sells that sub for only $150! heh, I said only. That's a ton of money for a magazine.

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Old 06-07-06, 01:02 PM
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Thanks Chad! It said something about credit card info, but I didnt have to enter any so I should be ok. I hope someone doesn't get a huge bill for all these subs.

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Originally Posted by pizzamousechips
This is probably a ridiculous question, but is there any way to get a subscription to Variety for free without being in the industry? It's $300 a year, and that's discounted from the newsstand price. I currently just steal my neighbor's copy (since they get two), but was hoping I can just get one legitimately.
Heh. Funny enough, I got home yesterday and found one of those periodic offers I get from Delta and United (Delta in this case, but I think all the airlines use them) offering me the opportunity to trade frequent flier miles for magazines. Both Variety and Daily Variety were listed at 5000 miles a pop (can't remember the subscription length). If you've got miles that you're not planning on using, that might be an option.
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Old 06-08-06, 08:27 AM
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Thanks Chad! It said something about credit card info, but I didnt have to enter any so I should be ok. I hope someone doesn't get a huge bill for all these subs.
"IMPORTANT:
Your credit card will show charges (if applicable) from KMJ Communications which is our parent company."

This would not be applicable to someone who used a free subscription code.
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Old 06-08-06, 11:07 AM
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O, The Oprah Magazine

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Old 06-09-06, 11:09 AM
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Cool. Thanks. We leave in 24 days for a Carnival cruise (our first one), but we'll probably do another one next year. This will be good to have.
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Whoa, Daily Variety? I was only aware of the one my neighbor gets, which comes every Sunday. Daily sounds insane...
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Old 06-12-06, 08:42 AM
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Whoa, Daily Variety? I was only aware of the one my neighbor gets, which comes every Sunday. Daily sounds insane...
Variety's web page doesn't really do much to distinguish between them (other than frequency).
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GIANT contains the latest news and gossip, celebrity interviews, photo layouts, and reviews of films, music, books, electronics, television, games, Internet sites, and DVDs. It also includes commentary on pop culture and the entertainment industry, features on classic films and artists, and news about cutting-edge gadgets and technology.
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Thanks for another year of Giant
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